How Your Donation Makes a Difference
For every $25, you can sponsor the transportation costs of a survivor to help her go to work or send her child/children to school
For every $50, you can sponsor a session of a therapeutic programme to help a survivor heal from the trauma of abuse
For every $100, you can sponsor an employability enhancement workshop for up to 10 survivors
For every $350, you can sponsor the meals of 30 survivors in a week
Our Campaign Storyends 22 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Before starting on this project, we came across the singapore council of women's organisations (SCWO) and realised that there were many individuals around our age that were unaware of the severity of domestic violence and the number of women who are affected by it daily. As young ladies, we strongly feel for these women and we want to support them to the best of our abilities. We personally feel that the Star Shelter, that aims to provide a safe and temporary refuge for women and children who are victims of family violence, is an exceptional effort and we would love to support it.
Hence, we would like to raise funds as well as raise awareness for the cause, in hopes that our generation can help to play a bigger role in supporting their organisation as well. This project is likely to be executed near the end of December to the beginning of 2021. We plan to use this platform to raise funds for star shelter as well as selling merchandise to raise funds as well. We also plan to use social media platforms like Instagram to reach out to others to raise awareness as well as raise funds for Star Shelter.
About The Charity
The Singapore Council of Women's Organisations (SCWO) established Star Shelter in March 1999. It is a registered charity with IPC Status, and is the only secular crisis centre in Singapore.
SCWO - Star Shelter aims to provide a safe temporary refuge for women and their children who are survivors of family violence regardless of race, language, creed or religion. We also support the survivors to rebuild their lives free from violence.