You may volunteer in classes, at events or on projects. Please click on the ‘opportunities’ tab for more information.
How do I sign-up to be a volunteer?
Simply fill up this form and we will be in touch with you on available opportunities that match your interest.
Do I need to know art or music in order to volunteer in classes?
No, though it is good to have some artistic knowledge in the arts.
What kind of training is available to me?
All volunteers, regardless of preferences in activities, would receive an email with resources on interactions with people with disabilities, which cover the very basics for general interactions.
For class volunteers, you will learn along the way as you get to know our students. Our teachers, who are trained in special needs education, will also be there to answer any questions you have. For event volunteers, we will conduct briefings before the event and in-person briefings on the day itself. If there are activities with complicated steps, we may ask you to come down for a pre-event dry-run or training.
Is there a minimum age to become a volunteer?
Due to the vulnerability of the community we serve, we prefer volunteers to be at least 16 years of age and mature in thinking.
Are there opportunities for corporate volunteerism?
Yes, there are two ways corporate volunteerism can manifest:
- One-off projects (i.e. an ART:DIS event you and your team participates in)
- Volunteer-initiated projects (i.e. you may propose a project and we will assess its feasibility)
How is my data as a volunteer protected by ART:DIS?
We are committed to protecting your data as a volunteer in accordance with PDPA laws.