Our Campaign Story

ends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM

Imagine being a single mom with little income and poor health? Imagine having to choose everyday between health or food or mental peace.
A far fetched thought for us is a reality for some.

Life can be really hard for others.to worry about what your kids will eat next week... that hard!

Some women have it really hard and battle with life everyday as a
- single mom
- rape victims
- battle sexual or family violence
- teenage pregnancies and abortions
- Low income lone moms
- legal and clinical issues

You can support the less fortunate to feel hopeful about life again through your act of charity.
AWARE:
Association for women for action and research helps individuals get support and education to battle the issues of life and emerge and face life with confidence again.
I request your kindness to support this great organisation and be a ray of hope for someone.
As someone said, there is incredible value in being of service to someone.

About The Charity

The Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) is Singapore's leading gender equality advocacy organization. AWARE supports and empowers women on an individual basis and seeks to remove all gender-based barriers that prevent individuals in Singapore from developing their potential to the fullest and realizing their personal visions and hopes. It does this in three ways, namely, research and advocacy, education, and providing social services.

In 2016, AWARE won the Charity Governance Award 2016 for the Medium Charities/IPCs category.

The Charity Governance Awards, (CGA), organised by the Charity Council, aim to promote good governance in the charity sector by acknowledging the excelling work of charities, while inspiring others to emulate their best practices.

AWARE qualified as a candidate for the CGA by becoming a winner of the Charity Transparency Awards (CTA). The CTA recognises charities with good disclosure practices.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Families
Social Service
Women & Girls