This programme provides an alternative to the traditional volunteer organisations onsite. It is best suited for those who require flexibility, those exploring healthcare career options, the retired person, working adults, and students. It also provides a vehicle of participation for community service groups, such as churches, youth groups, helping agencies, etc. Volunteer opportunities include helping in numerous areas of KEMH and MWI, as well as in the community. These include special events support, the Blood Centre, therapy programmes, group homes and weekend trolley service in the wards.
Student volunteers must be at least 14 years of age. They have the opportunity to volunteer year-round, after school, during school holidays, day-release and work shadow.