About Campaign

ends 21 Feb 2021, 11:59 PM
2020 has been a challenging year. Now we are setting ourselves one more challenge, to raise $150,000 so we can continue to empower our students with the skills and confidence they need to create a financially secure future for themselves and their families.

Please will you help us meet the challenge?

Foreign domestic workers make the difficult decision to come to work in Singapore in search of a better life and to provide much needed financial support for their families. But many return home at the end of their contracts with little or no savings of their own.

By giving to our Gift of Education campaign, you give more women the opportunity of financial education, helping them to take their first steps towards economic independence.

Your gift builds resilience to handle life's unexpected challenges.
It empowers students to thrive and achieve their dreams.
It grows, as students pass on their skills and support to friends, family and community.

What's more, your gift is doubled with match funding via Tote Board!

Donate today. Every dollar gifted supports our financial education programmes, ranging from introductory course 'Managing my Money & Tech' through to 'Aidha Business Accelerator' for alumni. Our classes are currently offered online and we have new short courses available too.

Aidha is a Singapore registered charity with Institution of Public Character status; donations of $10+ are eligible for a tax deduction of 250%.

In support of SG Cares Giving Week.

About the Charity

Financial education is key to a secure future. At Aidha, we are passionate about changing the lives of migrant domestic workers and other low-income women. Aidha' s unique holistic curriculum includes computer and confidence building classes in addition to financial education and equips students with the skills and confidence to achieve economic security.

Aidha is an award-winning charity with Institution of Public Character status. We have worked with about 6,000 women since our inception in 2006.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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Women & Girls