How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$30 pays for a week's meal under TWC2's The Cuff Road Project (TCRP). In 10 years of TCRP (2008 to 2018), we have served a total of one million meals.
When workers see our caseworkers for their salary or injury problems, they often ask for help to top-up their EZ link cards and telco pre-paid cards. $50 helps pay for both.
BUY 1 TICKET: This includes a donation to TWC2, buffet lunch, a goodie bag and chance to win lucky draw prizes for one worker. Click "Add to cart" multiple times to purchase more than one ticket.
About Campaignends 08 Dec 2019, 11:59 PM
Good food, dancing, games and lucky draw prizes - these are just some of the highlights they can look forward to. Take a look at photos from last year!
To be held this year on Sunday 8 December 11 am - 3 pm at the Singapore Khalsa Association, this TWC2 annual fundraiser also marks International Migrants Day.
Buy ticket(s) to treat migrant worker(s) to a nice lunch as well as help raise much-needed funds. You are also welcome to join the party.
To retain any ticket(s) for personal use, please email instructions to [email protected] with heading: "My LwH tickets" and provide your donation reference number.
Part of the ticket price goes towards organising the event itself, the rest will fund TWC2's assistance programmes for migrant workers in need.
Otherwise, just donate any amount at all. Whatever you decide, every cent goes a long way and means a lot to us! Thank you!!
Your support will help TWC2 feed jobless/injured workers, cover emergency medical bills, provide social work assistance, etc.
We reached our one million free meals milestone in March last year and will soldier on to feed every worker in need, but we need your help to keep this and our other services going.
Here's the food we'll be serving, provided by Moghul Mahal Restaurant:
CHICKEN TIKKA / HYDERABADI
SPINACH WITH COTTAGE CHEESE
About the Charity
Transient Workers Count Too extends help to low-wage migrant workers who have been injured, unpaid, or abused by employers. Low-wage migrant workers constitute about one in five persons in Singapore. Doing jobs like construction, sanitation and domestic work, they form the backbone of our society and economy. Yet they are often treated badly by employers. Sometimes, salaries are not paid, rest days denied, housed in unsafe and unhygienic places, physically and psychologically abused, and when injured, abandoned without adequate medical treatment or left with no income. Migrant workers have no family in Singapore to fall back on for help. Doing low-wage work, they do not have savings to tide them through difficulties. TWC2 tries to help by extending a lifeline to those in need.