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Aidha offers courses for helpers in money management, communication, computer and entrepreneurship.
Aidha’s mission is to help foreign domestic workers and low-income Singaporean women achieve economic independence through financial education, wealth creation and entrepreneurship.
748A North Bridge Road Singapore 198716
AWA (American Women's Association) is a sisterhood of women from around the world, who come together to enhance their Singapore experience through fun and fulfilling volunteer-run activities.
15 Scotts Road, #03-01 Thong Teck Bldg, 228218
AWWA is a social service agency, serving over 16,000 persons across life-stages yearly. AWWA is Singapore-based, with an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status.
It all started in 1970 with a group of women volunteers who had been donating and distributing food rations in Little India to help out the needy families and decided to set up an association and registered themselves.
9 Lorong Napiri, Singapore
AWARE is Singapore’s leading gender equality advocacy group.
AWARE believes in the rights of women and men to make informed and responsible choices about their lives and to have equal opportunities in education, marriage and employment, and in the right of women to control their own bodies, particularly with regard to sexual and reproductive rights.
Block 5 Dover Crescent #01-22, Singapore 130005
The Association of Women Doctors (Singapore) aims to enhance the professional development and well-being of its members in the medical and dental profession by providing a social platform for networking and communication. The society serves as a voice for women’s health issues and an advocate for the advancement of women in practice.
Association of Women Doctors (Singapore) c/o Levarill Chng Xiu Yin Singapore National Eye Centre, 11 Third Hospital Avenue, Singapore 168751
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To realise AWiCS as the distinctive organisation that unites individuals and corporations in the Built Environment Industry in aid of the working women. We are dedicated to retaining women in the Built Environment workforce, mentoring young adults and integrating people in the different sectors of the Built Environment industry.
1 Liang Seah Street #02-11/12 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189022.
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BWN is all about supporting women in business every step of the way, no matter the challenges knowing the women of the network are not alone. Having someone to answer questions, give encouragement, celebrate, and brainstorm with is valuable to any business.
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To empower women to become successful entrepreneurs, achieve personal fulfillment, financial independence and good work-life integration. To equip female founders with leadership and business skills, access to a curated professional network and strategic investors, while inspiring positive social change.
109 North Bridge Road, #07-21 to #07-33, Singapore, 179097
It is the vision of the chinese women’s association that future generations will continue our philanthropic journey to assist the needy in our community, and continue with our founders' mission. It is the mission of the chinese women’s association to participate in community action by planning cultural, educational and social activities, contributing to charitable and civic causes and by fostering international goodwill and friendships.
28 Gilstead Road #03-02, Singapore 309072
The Financial Women’s Association Singapore drives professionalism in the financial sector, with special emphasis on the role of women and the development of future leaders.
111 North Bridge Road, #21-01 Peninsula Plaza, Singapore 179098
Girls in Tech is a global non-profit that works to put an end to gender inequality in high-tech industries and startups. We do that by educating and empowering girls and women who are passionate about technology. As a result, we offer everything from coding courses to bootcamps to hackathons and startup competitions no matter age or profession. It is Girls in Tech’s mission to support women with the access and community they need to succeed in tech.
The Indian Women's Association (IWA) of Singapore is a non-profit organization that functions as a Voluntary Welfare Organization (VWO) through its elected committee and volunteer member base.
P.O. Box no. 472 Orchard Post Office, Singapore 912316
The International Women’s Federation of Commerce and Industry Singapore (IWFCIS) is an affiliate chapter of IWFCI, which provides women entrepreneurs access and resources to participate in business and networking opportunities in an ever changing growing global marketplace. IWFCIS was registered with the Registrar of Societies, Singapore in 2007.
“IWG Charity” is the branch of “IWG Italian Women’s Group-Singapore” dedicated to charity projects as well as active volunteering activities and fundraising events.
PERTAPIS was formed in 1969 by a group of young aspiring Muslims who believed in the importance of moral and religious education in order to build a strong resilient self in youth.
In the days of kampung living, the community would come together to help ease the burden of families in need. For most, this did not change even after modernisation and families moved into flats. They carried on that kampung spirit by forming ‘block committees’ and organising activities involving social interaction, community bonding and welfare support.
Blk 1, Joo Chiat Road, #04-1001, Joo Chiat Complex, Singapore 420001
PrimeTime is a Singapore-based professional women’s association that aims to empower women to achieve their highest potential through learning, leadership, and networking opportunities.
Since our founding, Project X has grown into an organisation with committed, full-time staff including current and former sex workers, as well as many passionate volunteers. We conduct online outreach alongside our regular physical outreach in multiple parts of Singapore. Project X provides counselling, practical advice, befriender services, and education for women in the sex industry. We educate them on what avenues of recourse are available for them in cases of abuse, and encourage them to speak up when they are victims of abuse.
SWEA is the largest non-profit organization outside Sweden promoting Swedish language, culture and tradition. It is an organization that provides a strong and valuable global network as well as local support to Swedish women abroad.
300 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118640
The SCCCI Career Women’s Group (CWG) was set up in July 1994 with the aim of creating an effective networking platform for career women within the SCCCI, and to forge greater participation in events to promote their business endeavours.
9 Jurong Town Hall Road, #04-01, Trade Association Hub, Jurong Town Hall, Singapore 609431
At SWA, they empower women to impact society. SWA was founded in 1975 with the intention of giving back to the local, Singaporean society.
SWA work by three promises: Giving back to the local, Singaporean Society by helping those less fortunate in the city; raising funds through events, corporate sponsors and membership donations; and facilitating networking among women in Singapore.
She Loves Data aims to inspire women to pursue careers in Data & Tech and encourage them to be bold in their pursuit of a new career. A community of data nerds from Singapore who made it their social mission to bring more women into data science and analytics. We organize workshop in more than 10 cities in 8 countries not only in Asia.
SheSays Singapore is an award-winning organization running free events and mentorship for women in the digital, creative, marketing & communications industry. Because we want to see more women at the top.
WomenChangemakers is a one-of-a-kind experiential event where C-level women executives talk candidly about their biggest personal changes they went through, and the impact it made on their lives.
Singapore Association of Women Lawyers (SAWL) is a professional body and a non-profit organisation. Legal Clinics, providing legal advice and information to women and children.
SCWO Centre, 96 Waterloo Street , Singapore 187967
The International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) is one of the most influential international networks of business and professional women with affiliates in 95 countries in five continents, including Singapore through the Singapore Business and Professional Women's Association (SBPWA). Its members consist of influential women leaders, entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, professionals and young career women.
The Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) was established in 1980 as the National Coordinating body of women’s organizations in Singapore. SCWO has more than 50 member organizations, which represent over 500,000 women, and it serves to unite them to work toward ideals of ‘Equal Space, Equal Voice and Equal Worth’ for women in Singapore.
A non-governmental and non-profit organisation committed to actively, Provide opportunities for women to help one another socially, educationally, culturally and to serve the community especially the elderly. Enhance better health, livelihood and social status for women and children. Promote fellowship, cultural interests and participation in the community activities locally and globally.
409 Serangoon Central #01-303 Singapore 550409
Founded in 1952, PPIS (Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura or the Singapore Muslim Women’s Association) is a non-profit organisation focused on community services. We are dedicated to working with women of all ages in carrying out their multiple roles in society. PPIS runs three core community services namely Family Services, Student Care and Early Childhood Education (ECE). With 16 centres island wide, the services work together to provide a quality and holistic support as well as developmental programmes for women and their families.
Blk 1 Eunos Crescent #01-2509, Singapore 400001
Provide support and provide spaces for cultural and social development to Spanish-speaking women who are arriving in Singapore or who are already residing on the island.
P.O. Box 163, Bukit Timah Post Office 20 Toh Yi Dr, Singapore 596569
The Singapore Women’s Network is a forum bringing together professional women in Singapore. Founded in 2010, SWN has established a network of about a 1000 members, which continues to grow, develop and diversify.
The SWN committee is run by a small team of dedicated volunteers who has successfully implemented a program of regular networking gatherings, social dinners, and conferences with female leaders across industries.
TEDxSingaporeWomen and TEDxSingapore brings people together to seek a deeper understanding of ourselves and our world, and to inspire ideas and action for a better future for us all. Founded in April 2009, we are 100% Community-Created. Express your passion for ideas and inspiration with millions of people around the world and in Singapore. Be authentic, Embrace everyone, Celebrate our possibilities.
Athena is passionate about helping women to grow stronger, more profitable businesses and create opportunities for career success.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel - Axis Lounge & Bar 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-01/02/03 Marina Square, Singapore
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Mental, physical & emotional health and wellbeing for busy women living in asia. Our mission is to connect, empower & inspire women to be happier and healthier. We do this by making healthy living (mentally, physically, emotionally) easy, efficient and sustainable for busy women, with a focus on health, boutique fitness & wellness experiences.
We believe that every woman deserves an equal chance at success, and that tech can get her there. To provide social and economic opportunities for minority/Muslim women to gain access to and opportunities in the tech industry.To create a safe and welcoming space for minority/Muslim women to create and work towards their definitions of success
United Women Singapore (UWS) is a local non-profit organisation that advances women’s empowerment and gender equality, and build a pipeline of women leaders and influencers in Singapore.
352 Tanglin Road #01-09/10 Strathmore Block, Tanglin International Centre, Singapore 247671
The University Women's Association (Singapore), UWAS, was inaugurated in August1996 and is the Singapore chapter of theGraduate Women International, GWI (Former International Federation of University Women, IFUW) since 1994. In 2003, UWAS was voted with approved change in status from its associate status to national status with the National Federation of Associations (NFA) with full rights and obligations. UWAS is also the 40th affiliate of the Singapore Council of Women's Organisations (SCWO), the national women's council of Singapore. The council is the main coordinating body with a total membership of approximately 94,000, drawn from all walks of life. Members range from homeworkers to businesswomen and professionals.
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Connecting Women Enterprises with Global Opportunities, WEConnect International helps women-owned businesses succeed in global value chains.
WINGS empowers women to age well, by staying healthy, being financially secure and staying socially engaged.
Society for WINGS 9 Bishan Place #05-01, Junction 8 Office Tower, Singapore 579837
Formed in 1974, the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA International) is a global organization connecting female executives and decision-makers around the world. WISTA International serves as a connector for its network of more than 3,000 female professionals from all sectors of the maritime industry.
The women’s football scene has gradually developed over the years ever since it was first mooted by then Football Association of Singapore (FAS) President, Mr Mah Bow Tan in 2000.
WOMAG is a women-run and volunteer-led association of professional women and men committed to creating an inclusive community of food and agribusiness professionals. Our mission is to foster the insights required to address the challenges facing the industry in Southeast Asia and build a pool of future leaders for our industry. Our community includes a wide range of individuals from the entire food and agribusiness ecosystem.
One Raffles Place, Tower One Level 24, Singapore 048616
To provide a forum for members of the Chamber to promote Women in Business in the workplace by focusing on 3 main pillars – (1) Performance(2) Productivity (3) Policy
To profile and recognize more women leaders in fintech. To provide a platform to network, Share & find mentorship. To represent the voice of women
in the fintech.
Women on a Mission (WOAM) is a non-profit organisation, headquartered in Singapore, which aims to raise awareness and funds for women survivors of war and to support and empower women who have been subjected to violence and abuse.
WR is a platform for networking, inspiration, community engagement and education (N.I.C.E) and reaches out to women and girls from eighteen and above who would like to gain new connections in both the social and professional arenas, support and guidance from other empowered women and involvement in the community.
96 Waterloo Street Singapore 187967
The YWCA is a united movement of women based on Christian faith and love with the purpose of bringing women into a community fellowship through which they may grow as Christians by faith, word, and deed.
254 Outram Road, Singapore