Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Aug 2022, 11:59 PM

We are gathering our children in a teaching and learning moment - on sustainability and the selfless act of giving back.

They will selling pre-loved children's toys, clothing and accessories to raise fund for caregiving!

An opportunity to create an experience that will enhance the lives of our children by giving back to society and learning to be mini-entrepreneurs!

About Campaign

The lack of childminding support is one of the biggest factors preventing a woman from being gainfully employed. Even though there are childcare institutions in Singapore, most operate during standard office hours, and impose fines when parents are late in picking their children up. This results in women with caregiving responsibilities being unable to sustain jobs in industries that do not adhere to these standard hours. Even if they do work the standard office hours, childcare emergencies such as a child suddenly falling sick and being unable to go to school, might require a woman to have to make the difficult choice between career and family.

With that in mind, a few of our community leaders launched the Community Childminding Network, catering for after-childcare hours and contingency support to help low-income women access and hold jobs in the retail, hospitality, F&B and sectors with rotating shifts. These service sectors often face a shortage of manpower, and the main contributing factor is that these jobs are based on shift work and usually require them to work on weekends.

But this problem is not immediately solved by gaining employment. Since salary payments usually come at the end of the month, women would still require support in their first few months on the job.

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.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Social Service
Women & Girls