How Your Donation Makes a Difference
For just $20, you will provide one day's food for an exploited woman or child.
A $50 donation will provide 1 child survivor the ability to go to school for one month.
With a $100 donation, you will provide rehabilitation services for survivors. This includes legal assistance and trauma-focused counselling.
Your generous donation of $200 will provide 1 woman or child safe accommodation for 2 months, daily meals and rehabilitation services
Thank you for donating.
We are in 9 countries worldwide. HAGAR receives into our care those who have suffered the worst of human conditions and many are referred to HAGAR by the local government and non-governmental organisations in the country. We walk the whole journey with each individual, ensuring holistic healing, legal and physical protection, social rehabilitation, education and economic empowerment for eventual reintegration into society.
In Singapore, we provide recovery care and empowerment to young women who have been trafficked to Singapore and foreign domestic workers who have been exploited. Further to that, Hagar also assists by coordinating their return to their home country and resettle them in their communities upon conclusion of their court hearings in Singapore.
The ultimate goal is to help each of these trafficked and abused survivors get over their painful past, realise their innate potential and put them on the path of self-sustainability where they will be able to help themselves in the long run. Our purpose is singular. We do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore a broken life.
HAGAR provides access to safe accommodation and engages lawyers to provide pro bono services to help survivors know their rights and to help them in their preparation for court proceedings where they may have to recollect their traumatic experiences and face the perpetrators.
With specialised training, our counsellors and social workers provide essential trauma-informed counselling, psychological and creative art therapies to help survivors walk out of their darkness and restore their self-esteem.
EDUCATION & ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
Putting the child back in school is extremely important to their recovery process. We give them an education or put those who have missed their schooling years through an accelerated learning programme. Older children and adults will undergo vocational training and job placements to gain sustainable employment.
Hagar ensures that each survivor is properly reintegrated with their family, loving foster families, or placed in safe accommodation so that they are not subjected to the same abusive conditions.
Through advocacy, partnerships with local governments and the civil society, Hagar influences positive systemic change.