How Your Donation Makes a Difference
For just $20, you will provide two days of food for a survivor.
A $50 donation will provide a survivor access to medical treatment.
With a $100 donation, you will provide rehabilitation services for survivors. This includes legal assistance and trauma-focused counselling.
Your generous donation of $200 will provide a survivor with safe accommodation for 2 months, daily meals and rehabilitation services
Our Campaign Storyends 01 May 2020, 11:59 PM
PPG X HAGAR - Virtual Fitness For Good
Coming to you on Friday 1 May, we will be holding 3 different virtual classes to raise funds for the migrant workers in Singapore! In partnership with HAGAR, we're inviting you to get a good sweat in with us for a good cause. At any donation amount, you can join ALL of the 3 available virtual classes and here's how:
Step 1: Donate to this Campaign: www.giving.sg/campaigns/fitforgood
Step 2: Email your receipt to [email protected]
Step 3: Receive the invitation link to ALL virtual classes
- Virtual Fitness For Good Schedule -
HIIT PRO is an ultra high intensity bodyweight only 25 minute workout that will push you to your absolute max. Modification of exercises are provided for those who want to regress. Get ready to sweat and be challenged!
Flow Yoga is a style of yoga that moves you dynamically from a pose to another and get your heart rate up as you keep pace with steady breathing. Break some sweat working through the whole body as you give yourself that boost your body is craving for, and feel refreshed at the end of the session.
Mobilise and strengthen your joint while you bring awareness to your breath and build lean muscle. Precision and control is the key in this mat pilates workout.
Thank you for your generous support to lend a helping a hand to those in need! :)
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a compounding effect on some of the most vulnerable communities in Singapore - exploited migrant workers and the wider migrant community that HAGAR walks with every day.
Since April, Singapore has seen a staggering surge in COVID-19 infections amongst migrant workers concentrated in dormitories, crossing the 40,000 mark in total confirmed cases in our city-state.
Since the circuit breaker and even now with the gradual reopening of Singapore in phases, many affected workers are still unable to start work and have not been paid their salaries or were paid just a fraction in the past months. This is especially so for those working in small-medium enterprises. Being the sole breadwinner in their households, many fear losing their jobs and catching the virus; migrant workers are facing immense stress and anxiety during this crucial time.
More than ever, HAGAR needs your support to ensure that those that we work with have a future, beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, where they thrive. To date, HAGAR has increased its support to more dormitories, responding to more than 25,000 migrant workers. Your donation will go towards alleviating their critical needs in these ways:
1. Hot meals and essential supplies i.e. face masks, hand sanitisers, cleaning detergents
2. Economic support and re-employment assistance for those who have lost their income or jobs
3. Healthcare support for workers with medical conditions
4. Tele-counselling for distressed workers
About The Charity
HAGAR is an international NGO committed to the recovery and economic empowerment of vulnerable persons who are survivors of extreme human rights abuse, particularly in the area of human trafficking, gender-based violence, and sexual exploitation.
We are in 9 countries worldwide. HAGAR receives into our care those who have suffered the worst of human conditions and many are referred to HAGAR by the local government and non-governmental organisations in the country. We walk the whole journey with each individual, ensuring holistic healing, legal and physical protection, social rehabilitation, education and economic empowerment for eventual reintegration into society.
In Singapore, we provide recovery care and empowerment to young women who have been trafficked to Singapore and foreign domestic workers who have been exploited. Further to that, Hagar also assists by coordinating their return to their home country and resettle them in their communities upon conclusion of their court hearings in Singapore.
The ultimate goal is to help each of these trafficked and abused survivors get over their painful past, realise their innate potential and put them on the path of self-sustainability where they will be able to help themselves in the long run. Our purpose is singular. We do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore a broken life.