How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 will help subsidise a dental treatment for a migrant worker.
$50 will help cover the basic medical costs of a migrant worker in crisis.
$100 will help empower a migrant worker through skills training for 6 months.
$250 will help house a migrant worker at the HOME shelter for one month.
Our Campaign Storyends 14 May 2021, 11:59 PM
Do good for the migrant workers in Singapore and get a wonderful poster in return. It's that simple!
In these uncertain times, it is important that we do not overlook those who are most vulnerable. UWCSEA's Photo Society is giving back to the community through the sale of photographic posters. All proceeds go to the Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) who help migrant workers pay for necessities.
All you have to do is donate money to HOME through our campaign page on giving.sg. Take a screenshot of the confirmation page of your donation and visit www.photosforlives.com/redeem and redeem your poster from a wide selection as follows:
$10 donation: bookmark of Singapore cityscape
$50 donation: One medium size poster
$100 donation: One large size poster
$250 donation: Three large size posters
All photographs are taken and edited by present and past members of the Photo Soc. The photographic posters are printed on 240 gsm satin photographic paper and come in two sizes. The prints will be shipped once the lockdown in Singapore is lifted.
About The Charity
HOME (Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics) is a charitable organisation with Institution of Public Character status. Since 2004, we have been dedicated to improving the welfare and upholding the rights of migrant workers in Singapore.
Migrant workers play a vital role in contributing to Singapore. They take on low-waged jobs as domestic workers or in the construction, marine, manufacturing, service and conservancy sectors. Their work is often dangerous and precarious.
We assist migrant workers who suffer abuse and exploitation. Unpaid salaries, excessive working hours, work injuries, physical and psychological abuse are some of the common problems these workers face. Some of them may also be victims of human trafficking.
We run a shelter for domestic workers, helpdesks for domestic workers and male migrant workers. We also offer legal assistance, health education and vocational training to the workers. In 2016, over 2,000 migrant workers received assistance from us. And about 2,000 domestic workers have sat through our skills training courses.
HOME works with government agencies, civic groups, corporations and other community partners to realise our vision in creating an inclusive society that stands for justice, fairness and equality.