45th SWA Charity Gala Dinner 2022

SWA is appealing for sponsorships for this upcoming charity dinner event. Fund raised supports our Vision Care program, senior home projects, community hospital projects and our selected beneficiaries.


Our events and activities focus on contributing towards three key pillars. They are Elderly, Community and Diversity.

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Clapping Hands are Fun and Therapeutic

A Clapping Hands session was led by Vijaya Mohan for SWA members and friends. 23 participants joined the zoom event on 2 July. It was a fun and enjoyable session. Members learnt the benefits of clapping and pressing the acupressure points for self-healing and wellness. Vijaya is a Rangoli artist, Art therapist and also Clapping hands Therapist.

Clapping Hands are Fun and Therapeutic

Trip to Universal Studio sponsored by Project Rebuild

Singapore Women Association (SWA) and Symrise embarked on Project Rebuild in November 2021 to assist women and children impacted by domestic violence and take temporary refuge in the shelter to rebuild their lives for better futures. 

On 11 June 2022, a trip to Universal Studio was planned. With that, we fulfilled what we set out in achieving our objective of promoting equality(SDG Goal 10) and quality education (SDG Goal 4) by incorporating normality with activities to assist integration and be part of a trauma recovery process.

The full-day event comprising 74 participants(women and children) including 10 volunteers and 7 organising committee members delivered much joy to the residents of the shelters.


We expanded their children’s horizons through hands-on experience with the rides and knowledge-embedded exhibitions during this trip. They were introduced to various American cartoon characters and nuances first-hand.

Taking on the rides helped them relate to the maths and science subjects better. The children were amazed by the engineering of such pleasures.

Meeting the various characters helped the younger children get in touch with creativity as their exposure was enriched by a trip that many of us have taken for granted. They were provided with meal vouchers to budget and utilize on the grounds at their discretion.


The trip crystallized the concept of education in schools and how it translates to the impact of exploration and joy in their young minds. It has also provided the much-needed relief, fellowship and support that the parent has been missing during their difficult moments.  


Symrise and SWA are extremely grateful for the opportunity to bring forth such initiatives to the participants in Project Rebuild and we hope that the public will continue to support our initiatives through online contributions or as a guest for our upcoming charity dinner in October.

Trip to Universal Studio sponsored by Project Rebuild

Project Taking Charge 2022

The first run of Project Taking Charge in 2022 commences on 10 May.  There will be seven lessons covering life planning, communication, interview, image presentation, image styling, customer care skills and feedback.  About ten residents from AFC Temporary Shelter (Singapore Anglican Community Services) will be attending the training courses.  

Project Taking Charge 2022

Laughter Yoga with CDAC

SWA Laughter Yoga Team conducted a laughter yoga session for about 15 seniors at CDAC Tampines Centre. 

Laughter Yoga with CDAC

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Give a helping hand to those who need it!


SWA welcomes donations and support from individuals and corporations. Your kind gesture will help us improve the lives of our beneficiaries and contribute to our charity efforts to enhance the welfare of the underprivileged.


SWA welcomes volunteers for supporting our charity efforts. You can be part of us and contribute your time or expertise to help us with administrative matters and management of our charity programmes & projects.


We are grateful to our long time sponsors for contributing to our Annual Charity Dinner fundraising event.