There's a shero in all of us
Noun: a female who is admired for her strength
There’s strength in all of us, but sometimes, we need a little encouragement to kick-start it. That’s what our women and girls charities aim to do - encourage, support and empower women who don’t always realise they have this strength. Empowering women & girls isn’t just the business of well, women. It affects all of us, no matter what our age or gender. We all have a women or girl in our life that we care about – our mum, sister, daughter, friend, colleague.
We can all do something to build strength in those who need a little support, because when we do, we build stronger families and communities.
DCC Back-to-work Journey
by Daughters of Tomorrow Limited
One of the main barriers our women face in their back-to-work journeys is lack of childcare to avail them to attend trainings. Added to that, many of them often face the difficult choice between putting their limited financial resources on food for their kids, or bus fare for training and job interviews.
Employability and Employment Centre (E2C)
by Autism Resource Centre (S)
To help individuals with an autism spectrum disorder maximise their potential in life through advocacy and provision of services in education, employment and empowering of family caregivers / professionals.
Reinventing Womanhood : Living a purposeful life
by GEM New Start Centre Limited
Thank you for believing in me and helping me to have a new start in life. Love, Women-In-Need
Families For Families
by Beautiful People SG Ltd
Mentoring. It is the simple idea that dreams come true because of someone who believes in the one who dreams.This one simple idea has seen us walk into residential rehabilitation homes, schools, living rooms and behind prison bars, to touch the lives of those who have become our family.
#metoo Action Fund
"Enough of being undervalued, enough of being undermined, enough of being disrespected, because of our gender." The global #metoo movement blew up in October 2017, and conversations about sexual harassment, sexism and gender discrimination are taking place everywhere, including Singapore.
Mother and Child: Voices Through Prison Walls
by New Life Stories
New Life Stories supports children of incarcerated mothers, focuses on re-connecting and healing the bonds between a mother and her child. With this campaign, we aim to raise fund for our Voices Through Prison Walls program.
Babes Day 2018
by Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd
Babes turns 5 this year! Over the years, we have grown as a charity and helped over 500 girls in pregnancy crisis. The pain, joy, small and big successes and the stories we have known and lived in these past 5 years at Babes and with our beneficiaries have been nothing but inspirational.
Cancer Sub Fund
by KKH Health Ltd
Because every woman and child deserves good health... "Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance." (United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Empowering Girls To Make A Difference
by Girl Guides Singapore
Girl Guides Singapore is a not-for-profit organisation. We rely on voluntary donations and grants to run meaningful programmes and make Guiding accessible to all girls and young women.
Provide Healing and Healthcare for Trafficking Survivors in Singapore
by Hagar Singapore Ltd
In Singapore, HAGAR helps provide recovery care for women and girls who have been trafficked into the country for sexual and labour exploitation.
Educate 1 woman, impact 9 lives
by Aidha Ltd
Financial empowerment is key to a secure future. Aidha's impact studies show that by educating one woman, we can help impact nine lives.
Give Hope to Single Parents and their Children
by HCSA Community Services
My name is Eva. I am 39 and a single mother to four beautiful children. I went through a painful and emotionally abusive relationship for 9 years. My ex-husband introduced me to illegal substances and demanded sexual favours for the monthly maintenance of our children.
10 years of Empowering Lives of Girls
by Zonta Singapore - Project Pari Fund
Help Zonta raise enough money to support at least 5 more girls throughout their secondary school journey.
End violence against women and girls in Singapore and the region!
by UN Women, Singapore Committee
Ending violence against women cannot be achieved without the empowerment of women. Within Singapore and the region, we are working towards raising awareness and empowering girls and women who are survivors of violence.