About Campaign

ends 02 Feb 2024, 11:59 PM
Sexual assault can happen to anyone.

Fearing blame or disbelief, survivors often find it hard to speak up and get the help they need.

"I really believe that if I had some help then, maybe I would have recovered sooner maybe I still wouldn't be battling it 10 years on." - SACC client

Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) continues to be Singapore's only dedicated support centre for survivors of sexual assault. When survivors reach out through our SACC Helpline, WhatsApp or email, we offer gender- and trauma-informed assistance, and help them make informed decisions about next steps.

Since SACC's launch in 2014, the number of sexual assault survivors reaching out to the centre had almost quadrupled. In 2021, SACC provided support to survivors in 1,032 cases of sexual assault through our first response channels and support services. 2021 was the second year in a row that SACC supported over a thousand cases.

Whether women need help with police procedures, legal advice, or an experienced and compassionate counsellor - SACC is there to help.

Donate to SACC today to pledge your support to end sexual violence in Singapore. We believe survivors, stand behind them and are working systemically to improve support for them.


The above impact statements are for illustrative purposes only. All donations received will be used to support AWARE's programmes and services under the SACC fund.

About the Charity

The Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) is Singapore's leading gender equality advocacy organization. AWARE supports and empowers women on an individual basis and seeks to remove all gender-based barriers that prevent individuals in Singapore from developing their potential to the fullest and realizing their personal visions and hopes. It does this in three ways, namely, research and advocacy, education, and providing social services.

In 2016, AWARE won the Charity Governance Award 2016 for the Medium Charities/IPCs category.

The Charity Governance Awards, (CGA), organised by the Charity Council, aim to promote good governance in the charity sector by acknowledging the excelling work of charities, while inspiring others to emulate their best practices.

AWARE qualified as a candidate for the CGA by becoming a winner of the Charity Transparency Awards (CTA). The CTA recognises charities with good disclosure practices.


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