Time commitment: various
Boys' Town is a Catholic charity, founded in the 1940's. We provide residential care, street outreach, fostering , and community and school-based programs for families, children and youth-in-need. We help babies and youth who come from disadvantaged families and may have faced hardship due to various reasons such as financial struggles, family issues, emotional trauma and abuse. Through our services and programs, we equip them with the skills they need to become responsible and contributing members of society.
One of the core missions is Fostering Services which provides a temporary care arrangement whereby children aged 18 years or below are placed in the homes of foster parents. The foster arrangement can range from a few days to years, depending on the family circumstances of the natural parents.
We are currently looking for volunteers to support our foster children in fetching them during contact time with their parents, tuition and befriending.
Please click here if you are keen to volunteer!