Waterways Watch Society was officially registered as a non-profit society with just 27 members in 1999.
Over the past 20 years, our organisation has expanded to about 550 dedicated and passionate members, with ages ranging between 5 to 80 years old, from diverse backgrounds (professionals, students, civil servants, housewives, and retirees) and with multi-racial representation.
As a non-governmental organisation, volunteers are integral to Waterways Watch Society in helping us advocate our environmental cause!
If you have a passion and an interest in environmental issues, join our big family and contribute your valuable time to keep our waterways clean and bring people together to love our waters!
As our programme volunteer, you will be the ‘ambassador’ of Waterways Watch Society. Volunteers will undergo mentored training by our education team and be involved in our outreach booths or environmental educational programmes. Also, volunteers are required to help with equipment maintenance as well as logistic preparations before and after the programmes.