by The Rosies
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Mar 2016, 12 AM
BECAUSE WE CAN DO IT
We are a group of friends that will dare to dress up as Rosie the riveter and go out on Singapore streets to raise awareness and remember our community that WE CAN DO IT!
Rosie the riveter is an icon that represents women working on factories and shipyards during WWII. As women started taking over jobs previously done by men, strength and economic power ceased to be categories only forgranted for men. This movement challenged the status quo and set the tone for contemporary woman's movements.
Rosie symbolises women's union, women's empowerment and women's equality.
Help us encourage more women to achieve economic independence by sponsoring our campaign.
BECAUSE WE CAN DO IT you will find us dressed up as our hero this Friday 26 @ Los Primos : come and hang out with The Rosies, have a special price on F&B, take a picture with us or simply become a donor clicking on the amounts bellow.
SEE YOU THERE!
The #Dare2Dress 2016 campaign is a fund-raiser to help unemployed women find confidence and work that will build a future for themselves and their families. Join in the challenge by dressing up as your hero/heroine at work, school, or play and ask your supporters to donate to our cause. Your participation and donation will go to Image Mission Ltd to run the Dress for Success Singapore programme.
Participate as an individual or team by registering as a fundraiser for this campaign. Write your story of which hero you will dress as, on any day between 7 and 11 March 2016, where your supporters can spot you in your hero's dress, and ask them to support you by donating under your campaign.
Image Mission Ltd is the first charity of its kind in Singapore, to promote economic independence for the disadvantaged by providing free image coaching and professional attire for job interviews and work. We are the official licensee of Dress for Success Singapore, that supports disadvantaged women looking for employment. Our compelling reasons to work with women are: An estimated 188,000 Singapore women may be living in poverty (in households with $2000 per month); 29,400 Singapore women are unemployed; Of these, 8,820 may be living in poverty the bottom 30%).
We are an independent registered charity and are self-funding and run by volunteers. Clients are referred by VWOs, charities and non-profit organisations. All our services and clothing are provided free-of-charge to the women-in-need. Your donations will go towards running this program. Help us to help disadvantaged women in Singapore build a future for themselves and their families.