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In support of Daughters Of Tomorrow

We ran a handicraft bazaar and an embroidery workshop where all proceeds were donated back to the charity organisation.

About Daughters Of Tomorrow

Registered as a charity under the Charities Act of Singapore, Daughters Of Tomorrow complements and supports existing training and workforce-related agencies by connecting volunteers and community resources to enable each woman on an individual level. By deep-diving into practical day-to-day constraints of these women, we offer hand-holding and individual coaching to help each woman reach regular and sustained employment.

Our beneficiaries are women aged 20 to 60 from low-income families (surviving on $200 to $500 per capita per month), mostly living in government-subsidized rental flats, and facing multiple stressors in their families. Since our incorporation in August 2014, we have impacted more than 100 women through our skills-training, job-bridging and support programmes. Through sustained employment, women in our employment bridging program regains confidence in themselves and gains a social support network that helps them through their difficult times.

Event Highlights

Bazaar and Embroidery Workshop

Bazaar at Crate and Barrel feature 8 DOTpreneurs selling handmade items as part of the charity organisation’s initiatives to help these beneficiaries sustain a living. Products such as purses, tote bags, Indonesian street delights to plant hangers and terrariums were on sale.

A 2-hour embroidery session by, participants were taught the fundamentals of hand embroidery techniques and were able to create their own hand-stitched tote bags.

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