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ends 12 Jun 2020, 11:59 PM

Under-served women are one of the most vulnerable groups in Singapore, and even more so during the COVID-19 outbreak. With stalled income and unpredictable job prospects, disadvantaged women have been placed in an even more precarious situation. Based on a recent survey, Daughters of Tomorrow (DOT) learnt that during this circuit breaker, their beneficiaries' most pressing need is to put food on the table.

In response to the increasing calls for assistance, DOT has launched a fundraiser for its Food Insecurity Program, aiming to distribute grocery vouchers worth $100 to low-income women and their families.

DOT has been Accenture's non-profit organisation partner since its inception. To show our support for DOT's efforts, Accenture Corporate Citizenship started this private fund-raising campaign for our employees to give back to the community.

Together, we can do our part to support these women and their families during such challenging and unprecedented times. Aligning perfectly with Accenture's broader objective of empowering women and enabling families, we hope to support these women with essentials to tide through this circuit breaker and towards gainful employment and a better future.

This fundraising effort is a private campaign by Accenture Singapore. Members of the public who wish to donate to DOT's Food Insecurity Program may do so directly through DOT's public donation page: https://www.giving.sg/daughters-of-tomorrow-limited/foodinsecurity

About The Charity

Empower a woman, enable a family. Daughters Of Tomorrow is a registered charity organization with IPC status in Singapore whose mission is to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women, and support them in achieving financial independence and social mobility for their families.


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