Our Campaign Story

ends 20 Oct 2021, 11:59 PM

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With the loosening of restrictions, COVID-19 seems to finally be over. However, the significant financial insecurity facing many women and their families are not.

Women have been disproportionately affected by the crisis. According to an article by the McKinsey Global Institute, female job loss rates due to the pandemic are about 1.8 times higher than male job loss rates globally.

During my internship last month, me and my fellow interns gained insight into the work that DOT does to counter this issue, and felt that it should be supported. Urged by the idea that empowered women can and should empower women, we embarked on this fundraiser with the hopes that it will go towards helping underprivileged women in Singapore achieve social mobility for themselves and their families.

Dharia and Jasmine

About Campaign

DOT is Turning 7!

In the twinkling of an eye, 7 years have passed us by. Even as our team has grown and our programmes have evolved, our core mission remains unchanged, to empower women and enable families through employment bridging and support.

A big part of that support actually comes from the community and that's why we want to build new communities as well as foster existing ones through these events.

As part of DOT's 7th Anniversary celebrations, we would like to invite 77 members of our community, as well as the general public, to set up fundraising campaigns on Giving.sg in conjunction with our event to raise awareness and also to celebrate the women and families who have overcome trying circumstances to reach where they are today!

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.

Social Service
Women & Girls