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In Her Stride (Eliminating Violence Against Women)

26 November 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

“Every time he gets abusive, he apologises and promises me that he will change, and I will forgive him.” 

There are some topics we are comfortable talking about and some we would rather sweep under a rug.  

How many of us have known someone who has faced abuse and violence but did nothing because it was a private matter between husband and wife? 

How many of us have advised our friends and sisters to leave relationships that hurt them, only to call them stubborn and naïve for not heeding our advice? 

How many of us have faced violence ourselves and kept silent?  

It is no longer just about raising awareness. It’s about knowing what’s next.  

For the fifth year running, SCWO’s In Her Stride, in support of the International Day of Eliminating Violence Against Women, sheds light on the efforts we need to make to protect and rebuild the lives of women who have faced violence. This year, we raise the bar by providing a stage to share the message that violence should be stopped.  

This year, we all take the stage and make a stand.  While our goal is to increase public awareness of domestic abuse and violence against women, we dive deep into understanding how we, as a community, can offer support and guidance for women who are finding their stride.  

Take the Stage. Make a Stand. 

In light of raising awareness, In Her Stride presents Take the Stage. Make a Stand; An outreach concert to raise awareness about violence against women. We invite individuals and groups to come forward and take the stage and stand against violence through the arts, be it singing, dancing, monologues, poetry reading or anything that helps them express their thoughts and experiences to embrace the future of a life free from violence.  

We need to be vigilant. We need to watch out for the signs and stop the violence. We need to know what we can do next. We need your help. 

We need your help 

Providing care and support to uplift and empower women and children, survivors of domestic violence requires many resources, and we need your help.  

$25 pays for a survivor and her child’s weekly travel costs to and from work and school. 

$50 provides a survivor with one therapy session to help her heal from the trauma of her abuse. 

$100 pays for 10 survivors to attend a workshop that will help them find and keep jobs. 

$250 provides meals for a month for 30 women and children who are rebuilding their lives after surviving domestic violence.  

In Her Stride

Take The Stage. Make A Stand.

Saturday, 26 November 2022, 7.30 pm – 9.30pm

with Guest Of Honour

Minister of State, Social and Family Development,

Sun Xueling


and Special Guest Moderator

Mediacorp Artiste,

Zoe Tay


Via Invite Only. Make a  $40 donation to receive an invitation.

In Her Stride aims to raise $100,000 to fund SCWO’s services and programmes that uplift, empower and educate women and girls.

Your support will go a long way in raising awareness about violence against women and directly supporting women and girls in need.

Your support helps us to continue our efforts to support our fellow women and girls.

How to donate?










  1. Scan the QR Code OR enter UEN No: S80SS0026C
  2. Indicate “IHS 2022 donation ” in the reference field.
  3. Take a screenshot of the donation.
  4. Fill in the form below (To get your invite to the In Her Stride Concert)
  5. We will email your invitation near the event.


  1. Click the link
  2. Select your denomination
  3. Follow the instructions given.
  4. You do not need to fill in a form.
  5. We will email your invitation near the event.



SCWO’s Star Shelter 

SCWO’s Star Shelter has been running for more than 20 years. The Star Shelter provides a temporary refuge for women and children survivors of family violence regardless of race, language, creed or religion. It is a place where they can heal from the trauma of abuse.  

We not only provide survivors with accommodation, clothing and food but also cater to their emotional needs with therapy and educational programmes for the women survivors and their children. 


26 November 2022
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Event Category:


The Grassroots Club Auditorium


Kimberly (SCWO)