How Your Donation Makes a Difference
With $10, you will be able to help 5 women get to a job interview, and potentially attain employment.
With $20, you will be able to help 1 woman get to and from her job for a week.
With $40, you will be able to provide 2 women with a mobile data plan for a month.
With $200, you will be able to help 2 women with transport and mobile data for a month.
Our Campaign Storyends 14 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
Tuesday 8 March 2022 is International Women's Day (IWD) and this year's theme is #BreakTheBias.
At ANZ our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive. To mark IWD, our Team Singapore #WeAspire and #WeCare people initiatives have collaborated to bring all ANZ staff a unique opportunity to give back to our community and tackle issues of bias, diversity and inclusion by extending our fundraising support to Daughters Of Tomorrow.
Daughters Of Tomorrow and its mission is "to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women, and support them in achieving financial independence and social mobility for their families" are well known to ANZ staff via ANZ's flagship financial wellbeing education program, MoneyMinded.
Unfortunately, many lower-income women face bias and inequality on a frequent basis. Imagine facing the choice between going for a job interview and putting food on the table that day, or even missing a job invite because you cannot afford to keep your mobile phone running. Your donation will help Daughters of Tomorrow provide practical support to tackle this inequity, potentially changing the lives of these women and their families.
Let's contribute to a world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Take action for equality. Your donation will make a difference.
So.... put on your purple face mask and donate here! Collectively we can all #BreakTheBias on International Women's Day and beyond.
Imagine not being able to afford the $2 bus fare to head to a job interview; or missing out on that call telling you that you've been scheduled for an interview because you didn't have enough money to keep your mobile phone running. This is a common scenario that many lower-income women face. Having to make the choice between going for that interview versus putting food on the table for that day for your family is an excruciatingly difficult decision that nobody should have to make.
And this problem rolls into a different one even after gaining employment. Since salary payments usually come in at the end of the month, women would still require additional support within the first few months to stabilize their employment.
With this fund, we hope to be able to provide some support for low-income women, so that they may be able to go for that job interview which could potentially change her life.
About The Charity
Empowering Women, Enabling Families.
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.