• Maintenance Support Central,  Star Shelter

    SCWO x doTTERA Hope Touch essential oils

    As a non-profit organisation, we often say that we cannot do what we do without the support of our community, sponsors and partners. doTERRA Singapore has been a supportive partner of SCWO over the years, by pledging 100% of sales proceeds from the doTERRA Hope Touch essential oil to our Star Shelter and Maintenance Support Central.   On 6 May 2023, doTERRA Singapore invited SCWO to their 8th Anniversary Shine event at Suntec Convention Centre. Visited by close to 800 people, we had the opportunity to share about the services we provide for women and girls that protect, encourage and change their lives.   The Star Shelter serves as a safe temporary…

  • Special Thanks,  Sponsorships & Donations,  Star Shelter

    Thank You GE Repair Solutions Singapore!

    SCWO Star Shelter - Thank You GE Repair Solutions Singapore

    As part of the company’s International Women’s Day celebration this year, GE Repair Solutions Singapore Pte Ltd (GRSS)’s Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) Council was looking at doing something meaningful – an activity that could contribute to society, especially for women in need.  Upon coming across SCWO’s corporate video, they reached out to SCWO-Star Shelter to understand better how they can provide support and contribute by way of an in-kind donation.   GRSS curated 3 types of support kits for the beneficiaries, containing essential groceries, toiletries, and laundry and cleaning products. The employees came together to prepare the different variations of support kits. Each kit also contains a unique GE-designed bookmark with encouraging…

  • Special Thanks,  Sponsorships & Donations,  Star Shelter

    Have a Slice Day: Star Shelter Cookout with GIC

    On 4 March 2023, GIC organised a culinary activity with the beneficiaries of SCWO-Star Shelter as part of their With Love, GIC employee volunteering initiative. There was a total of 22 beneficiaries, including former residents who have been discharged from the shelter.    That Saturday afternoon, the beneficiaries were transported to the Kitchen Showdown where GIC volunteers were waiting with the ingredients and equipment all prepared. The facilitator, Kingsley, welcomed all to the Kitchen Showdown before splitting the participants into 5 groups and going through the recipes to make pizza, pannacotta and chocolate lava cake. He was engaging while providing precise instructions on the cooking process. With a final reminder…