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What does United Women Singapore do?

United Women Singapore is a self-funded non-profit organization dedicated to women's empowerment and gender equality. We aim to build a pipeline of women leaders and influencers in Singapore and the region, while raising funds for projects and organizations that support our mission. Our initiatives include Girls2Pioneers, GenSafe Workplaces, UWS Boys Empowered, and more. Donors can claim tax relief on their donations, making a difference in the lives of women and girls across Singapore.




tan ching ne, paige anderson parker, jin lu, clarinda tjia-dharmadi, haslinda amin, tan li-hsien, georgette, archana parekh, harminder kaur d/o darsan singh, trina neo liang zhen




  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2002
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Empowering women and promoting gender equality through various initiatives such as Girls2Pioneers, GenSafe Workplaces, UWS Boys Empowered, and UWS Boys Empowered Community Summit.
  • Raising awareness about issues affecting women, including domestic violence, and advocating for policies that protect the rights of victims.
  • Providing education and support to encourage girls to pursue STEM subjects in their higher education and careers.
  • Empowering boys to be individuals who model strength without violence and promote respectful relationships.
  • Building a supportive community for young men, fostering cyber wellness, mental wellness, and respectful relationships through the UWS Boys Empowered Community Summit.
  • Collaborating with partners from both public and private sectors to narrow

Donation Income

Fundraising Efficiency

This indicates the cost to raise a single dollar. A lower cost suggests the charity is more efficient in its fundraising efforts.

Program Expense Ratio

This is the percentage of the charity's total expenses that are spent on its core programs. A higher percentage suggests that more money is going directly to the cause, rather than being spent on administrative or fundraising expenses.