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Welcome to our Quarterly Expatgiving Newsletter!

First of all, we would like to thank all of you for helping to spread the word about Expatgiving, either through word-of-mouth or social media, and contributing to the incredible growth that we have experienced in the last few months. So far, we've managed to get 457 Facebook fans and 105 Twitter followers. Thank you all for your support!


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On our side, the Expatgiving team has been very active. We attended many insightful events and conferences, where we learned about topics such as human trafficking in Singapore and ways to avoid it. We also took part in a cooking demonstration for the dialysis patients of the National Kidney Foundation, and of course we continued our networking activities to engage even more organisations that are looking for volunteers like you!

Scroll down to read about these exciting news...and do not forget to check the latest volunteer opportunities in Singapore and overseas here.

Tortilla & Gazpacho for a good cause



2 Spanish cooking tortilla and gazpacho for Singaporean dialysis patients ...read about our fun experience and check the photos here! 

The National Kidney Foundation is looking for volunteers from diferent countries that would like to share a dish or two with the patients.

If you would like to be a part of this program follow this link.

Human Trafficking: a reality in South East Asia


It was a full house last week at Dr Sallie Yea’s official presentation of her report about migrant women exploited in Singapore’s sex and entertainment industry. This demonstrates that concern about human trafficking on the island is becoming a hot topic nowadays. 

Read more here
AWARE’s Book & Bake Sale is back on 12 April with a flea market!

De-clutter your house and donate your pre-loved books, yummy cakes, pastries, biscuits and pies. Get your own flea stall and spring clean your closet and sell your old, new or hip stuff!!!
The financial sector can play a big role in the fight against trafficking and exploitation
Desert Flower is the powerful story of the life of Somali supermodel
Waris Dirie, who is now a UN spokesperson campaigning against female genital mutilation.

Watch the trailer here!
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