Have we stopped for a moment to remember the people and events in our lives that we are thankful for? Have we counted the blessings that we have received from God and others today? Take a moment, ponder, remember.
Even through the difficulties and troubles in life, there is so much we can be grateful for. For the roof over our heads, love and warmth of family and friends or even the skills we have.
As we remember the blessings we have, can we share that with others? We don’t have to do great things, we can bless others through our little ways. Offering a smile, sharing what we know or have learned or even doing our tasks duties with dedication.
Come be a befriender with us!
Initiate a bread basket project to one of the dormitories in Singapore with your school group, catechism, church or friends. ACMI will walk you through the process of first appreciating the challenges that migrant workers face. Following that we encourage participants to fund raise and to think of ways to show gratitude to the migrant workers at the dormitories. We end of by giving thanks at mass and celebrate the lives of the migrant brothers who work day and night to build Singapore.
Be a befriender trainer on Sundays or Weekdays and share your skills and talents with the Foreign Domestic Workers or Foreign Spouses who come eagerly to learn at our Skills Development centre at Agape Village. We are looking for trainers in:
- English Language
- Beauty and Wellness
We are looking for people passionate in telling the stories and sharing with others about our migrant brothers and sisters. Join us as:
- Writer (Reporter, Photo Essayist)
Provide office support at the ACMI office at Agape Village on weekdays from 9am – 5pm.
Think you got what it takes? Write in now to volunteer with us: email@example.com
This year, ACMI celebrates our 21st year since our inception in providing pastoral care to migrants and itinerants. We ponder and are grateful for the blessings we have received. We hope to continue be the catalyst in transforming lives and offering hope to migrants in Singapore.