How Your Donation Makes a Difference
10 dollars buy four meals for jobless workers.
50 dollars enable us to top up two workers' EZ-Link transport cards, so they can get to hospital appointments.
A visit to a hospital's emergency department costs about $110. Your donation will help one worker when he's in need.
To house an injured, jobless worker costs about $250 per month. Your donation gives shelter to one worker in pain.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
Do you want to support Migrant Workers in Singapore?
Hello friends!!! As I turn 20 years old in this unprecedented time, I would like us all to show OUR support to the MIGRANT WORKERS, who suffered greatly during COVID-19 by dedicating my fundraising campaign to Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2).
TWC2 aims to improve the lives of low-wage migrant workers through Direct Services and Advocacy. They have eight Direct Services programmes such as The Cuff Road Project (free meals for unemployed migrant workers), Project Roof (assistance with housing costs) and Medical/Healthcare (ensuring ill and injured workers get access to treatment). They advocate by drawing attention to the factors which cause or contribute to the problems faced by migrant workers.
It is essential that our society recognises and appreciates the important contribution that the migrant workers make to our households, economy and country.
To keep their mission and programmes going, TWC2 relies on YOUR donations, so please donate to this campaign so that their services remain accessible for any migrant worker that needs support!
As part of the Fortitude Budget, the government is matching donations to charities dollar-for-dollar till 31 March 2021. Your impact will be doubled!!!
Thank you so much for reading, hope that you can donate and support my campaign, if not, please help to share this campaign around. Any form of help is appreciated! :).
Remember EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS.
About The Charity
Transient Workers Count Too extends help to low-wage migrant workers who have been injured, unpaid, or abused by employers. Low-wage migrant workers constitute about one in five persons in Singapore. Doing jobs like construction, sanitation and domestic work, they form the backbone of our society and economy. Yet they are often treated badly by employers. Sometimes, salaries are not paid, rest days denied, housed in unsafe and unhygienic places, physically and psychologically abused, and when injured, abandoned without adequate medical treatment or left with no income. Migrant workers have no family in Singapore to fall back on for help. Doing low-wage work, they do not have savings to tide them through difficulties. TWC2 tries to help by extending a lifeline to those in need.