How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Help to support WINGS Inter-Generational bonding activities
Help to support WINGS Workshops and benefit more Women
Help to support WINGS Life Long Learning activities
Help to support a disadvantaged WINGS women
About Campaignends 23 Jan 2018, 11:59 PM
To empower women to embrace ageing with confidence.
Established in 2007, WINGS has touched the lives of more than 20,000 women at its centre and community outreach. We have done this through Life Long Learning programmes focus on Happiness, Health, Money and our flagship Certified Confinement Nannies skill trainings.
WINGS create a place for our beneficiaries to learn and grow, whilst providing a platform for friendship and support.
With an ageing population in Singapore, there is a growing need to support the more vulnerable group of older women! Please give us your generous support!
To commemorate WINGS 10th Anniversary, and as a token of our appreciation for your generous donation and support to WINGS Women, we would like to present you a WINGS limited edition umbrella c/w tote bag for a minimum donation of $50/- & above.
Kindly collect the WINGS umbrella at Society for WINGS, 9 Bishan Place #05-01, Singapore 579837 during office hours or contact us at 6250 1012. Please bring along a copy of www.giving.sg printout/acknowledgement of your donation.
About the Charity
Established since 2007, WINGS is the only non-profit in Singapore singularly focused on promoting active ageing for women.
Ageing Well, Living Well
We empower women to age well, fulfilling their aspirations by being socially engaged, staying healthy, being financially secure and embracing enriching experiences.
Why is our focus on women still relevant today?
1) The number of older women living alone has increased by 40% over the past 15 years.
2) Women outlive men by two to eight years on average with more illness and disability during those years.
3) The average female CPF balance is just 69% of the average male.
4) Women are caregivers to spouses, grandchildren and other family members. They sacrifice career for caregiving and have less money for retirement. The quality of care that older women can provide to others depends firstly on the protection of their own well-being.
5) According to the WHO, ageing & health programmes must be tailored for women to be effective.