Patients at St Luke’s Hospital may have undergone surgery, amputation, and may suffer from chronic or life-threatening conditions which require constant medical or rehabilitative care. They may also face loneliness or despondency arising from their medical episodes or physical impairment. Some could have even lost their job.
Our volunteers play a crucial role in the healing and rehabilitative journey of our patients. Volunteers bring cheer to patients, lift their downcast spirits and help promote recovery and overall well-being. The care that volunteers give contributes to our holistic care for patients which encompasses not just physical, but emotional and psychosocial aspects as well.
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There are many ways that our volunteers can help in caring for our patients.
Volunteer activities include but are not limited to:
accompany patients for medical appointments at acute hospital
Art & craft facilitator
Art & craft facilitator:
help patients enjoy creating something on their own, such as balloon sculpting*, paper quilling*, painting, clay work, etc.
interact and play games like Bingo, memory games, etc. with patients.
sing, play music, dance, juggle, magic shows or other performing arts such as piano, guitar*, hand bell*, etc.
editing, copywriting, photography, video, graphic design, etc.
Internet research, data entry, typing, coordinating, sorting, packing, etc.
make get well-soon-cards or hanging mobiles for patients.
Engage patients with your talented performances or share your experiences to places of interest etc. through Zoom, video recording or voice recording for Good Morning, St Luke’s
*Additional training is provided as indicated.
Every volunteer makes an impact
Our volunteers come from all professions and walks of life. From working professionals and students to retirees, each contributing their time and skills based on their interests, experience or profession.
Regardless of your choice of activity, every volunteer is valued and plays an important role in helping our patients lead meaningful and fulfilled lives.
Corporate volunteers may offer their strengths and skills to do what they do best in their respective areas of expertise. Meaningful corporate giving benefits both the charity and the company.