SCWO Service Fund
The SCWO Service fund enables us to extend the aid currently rendered by the Star Shelter to abused women and their families, by continuing counselling and financial assistance needed during and after their time under the Shelter’s Roof. It provides us with the means for research and promotion of better Enforcement of Maintenance Orders granted to women and children, and our on-going work on CEDAW issues, Financial Literacy and IT proficiency.
What your gift supports:
Women in Need – Assistance Scheme
Maintenance Support Central – A new initiative to establish a Drop-in Centre to assist claimants in enforcement of maintenance orders with video-link filing and where women in need can come to gather information on where they can get help from different agencies or with counselling sessions for assistance with problems. More
Financial Assistance – for needy cases – Food vouchers to single mothers, lower income, and disadvantaged women.
Women’s Rights – Research, Publications and Public Forums
Research, study and promote measures for women and family financial and social security.
Continuing our work for better enforcement of maintenance orders
Review of rights and remedies under the current Women’s Charter and revision of clauses that would improve necessary areas.
Review of CEDAW (Commission for Ending Discrimination Against Women)
The Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame
Research the roles women played in building Singapore.
Identify women leaders in Singapore who has made a difference to the lives of others.
To ensure that these women are given the due recognition and that their contributions are not forgotten.
To inspire and encourage women to play an active role in society.
To induct new entrant every year.
Women’s Progress & Development
Education of women through activities such as talks, symposia and outreach of on-line and other means of resources available to assist women in need. The workshops will be held to help, educate, inspire and prevent women, primarily but not exclusively, single mothers, retrenched women, housewives, lower-income women and young women; cope with financial stress, work-life balance, gaining employment, being financially secure, and other courses that will benefit their financial, emotional and physical well-being.
Developing of existing IT Hub facility to accommodate more housewives and unemployed women at a cheaper cost than commercial centres by training a volunteer force of trainers.
Training for retrenched women to upgrade their IT Skills
Skills upgrading for those with employment
Getting housewives and the elderly connected to the IT world.
The SCWO Service Fund is an IPC (Institute of Public Character) registered charity, all monetary donations are eligible for tax deductible receipts (TDR).
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Beneficiary Name: SCWO-Service Fund
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