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About Campaignends 24 Sep 2016, 11:59 PM
Each annual SNOW event sees Singapore's deeply engaged, passionate and socially-conscious executives, entrepreneurs and philanthropists come together for an unforgettable evening of glamour, gastronomy and goodwill. And, to date the SNOW gala benefit has raised over $2 million to support the critical work of Singapore Committee for UN Women in stopping oppression and violence towards women at home and abroad.
This year, our theme celebrates the boundary breakers, risk takers and ground shakers of our time and many before us, who have paved the way towards a more fair and just society, for both women and men. Rebellion is about breaking the silence, speaking up for those who can't do it themselves and once again we are inviting you to support our cause. With your support, we can challenge the status quo, we can work together towards a better world. It is time to rebel for a cause.
Singapore Committee for UN Women is a self-funded, non-governmental organisation that supports the mission of UN Women of ending violence against women through local awareness campaigns and fundraising initiatives. Both locally and regionally, we support efforts that provide women and girls with leadership development, economic independence, and lives free of violence and abuse.Right now, one in 10 women in Singapore report experiencing physical or sexual violence. Violence against women is symptomatic of the barriers to gender equality that women face at home, the workplace, and in their communities. Through our flagship campaign Help Anna our local initiatives raise awareness, change mind sets, inspire ambitions, and propose solutions to the obstacles holding women back from reaching their full potential. Help Anna promotes actions to eliminate forms of violence consistent with traditional understandings of violence against women.