How Your Donation Makes a Difference
For just $20, you will provide one day's food for an exploited woman or child.
A $50 donation will provide 1 child survivor the ability to go to school for one month.
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 1 woman or child safe accommodation for 2 months, daily meals and rehabilitation services
Our Campaign Storyends 20 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM
What did the Angkor Wat Marathon teach me last year? Why am I doing it again? Is it really worth the aches, sweat and time?
Well, it was a special feeling that lingered in me for awhile. Inspired and strengthen by the will of survivors who have been through so much more than just sweat and muscle aches.
The interaction with the survivors taught me so much and affirmed my purpose as a volunteer of Hagar. It has been harder to juggle between work and volunteering regularly, but the assurance from last year's fundraising told me that I can do more.
This year, I'm challenging myself with the half marathon (21km), not an easy feat and a big step from last year's 10km. A commitment that I'm pledging to help run for the survivor's freedom.
Join me and my friends as we run for freedom at Angkor Wat by giving in a tangible way. Your support will definitely spur them on, and of course, myself, to finish the 21km.
Our 2nd Run For Freedom, HAGAR will be running at the Angkor Wat Half Marathon on December 3, 2017 to express our solidarity for women and children who have suffered extreme human rights abuses.
For them, the race to recovery is a daily challenge as they grapple with the memories of the trauma. Your donation will send a strong message of hope and encouragement to continue persevering, and also provide tangible help to enable them to start their life anew.
In Singapore, HAGAR has been running a trauma recovery and resettlement programme for girls trafficked into the country for sexual and labour exploitation. A popular transit and destination hub for trafficking activities, false job offers are used to trick them across the borders. Upon being rescued, HAGAR assists them by providing a range of services from legal protection, trauma recovery, education, vocational training and finally helping them to reintegrate back to their local community and enhancing their abilities to combat re-exploitation.
A registered charity in Singapore, HAGAR is an international organisation operating in 10 countries worldwide to raise public awareness on human rights and tangible support for survivors. The Singapore contingent for this run will include staff and supporters. If you are looking to do a run overseas, join us and supporters from other HAGAR offices to make a difference in the lives of women and child survivors! Details available at our HAGAR Singapore website.
HAGAR is an international NGO committed to the recovery and economic empowerment of women and children who are survivors of extreme human rights abuse, particularly in the area of human trafficking, gender-based violence, and sexual exploitation.
We are in 10 countries worldwide. For women and girls, the threat of sexual exploitation and abuse is grave, and 10% of these clients have intellectual disabilities. 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 legal aid, trauma recovery services, and skills training for girls trafficked to Singapore for sexual exploitation. 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.