How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Pays for a survivor of domestic violence and her child's weekly cost of travelling to and from work and school.
Provides a woman in distress with one therapy session to help her heal from the trauma of her past.
Pays for 10 women or girls to attend a workshop that will help them find and keep jobs.
Provides meals for a month for 30 women and children who are rebuilding their lives after surviving domestic violence
About Campaignends 25 Jan 2024, 11:59 PM
Help us continue to serve and support the women and girls who need our care and achieve Equal Space, Equal Voice and Equal Worth.
In the last 40 years since the Singapore Council of Women's Organisations (SCWO) was formed, the status of women in Singapore has advanced tremendously. But there is still a gender gap.
Women continue to shoulder the bulk of caregiving work. We face discrimination, harassment, and unequal pay and opportunities at the workplace. Worse still, violence in all its forms continues to be the daily reality for far too many women.
With your help, we can achieve gender equality by creating an environment of value, respect, and equality for all.
About the Charity
The Singapore Council of Women's Organisations, or SCWO, was formed in 1980 to unite women's organisations in Singapore, to advance the status of women, and to be the voice of women.
More than 60 organisations are members of SCWO, and we represent well over half a million women in Singapore. We support our member organisations in their work, and we create opportunities for discussion and debate, for collaboration and cooperation.
We believe women and men have equal roles to play in the home, at the workplace, in the community, and in leadership.
In the last 40 years, the status of women in Singapore has advanced tremendously. But there is still a gender gap.
Women continue to shoulder the bulk of caregiving work. We face discrimination, harassment, and unequal pay and opportunities at the workplace. And violence in all its forms continues to be the daily reality for far too many women.
Together with our member organisations, we aim to reduce and ultimately eliminate these inequalities. Our vision, and our mission, is: Equal Space. Equal Voice. Equal Worth.