Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”]

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Fundraising for:
Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”]

Covid-19 continues to impact our lives in every way possible. In Singapore, the foreign workers have felt the brunt of the impact. While the Singapore Govt has done a phenomenal job in taking care of the foreign workers, I wanted to find a way to give back to our foreign workers for all the fantastic effort they put in everyday to improve our lives. Cheryl from Simplegiving connected me to Home.org.sg, an organization that is helping foreign workers. I plan to run 120km over June, and raise money to help home.org.sg, with their mission of assisting foreign worker.  I do hope you can help in supporting this cause. I will donate 1k for the cause. You can track my progress on Stava (Sandy Uberoi)  

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186%

Raised So Far : SGD 9,349

Target : SGD 5,000


Fundraising for:
Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”]

COVID-19 is a global crisis but is playing out at local level so we have shaped our firm-wide response to reflect this. Each region has identified local charities and over the coming weeks the firm will match the donations under a COVID-19 version of the matched giving scheme policy. Please refer to the Freshfields wiki for details of the policy.This fundraising match-fund scheme is only open to current employees and partners of Freshfields.Humaritarian Organization for Migration Economics ("H.O.M.E.") - Migrant workers in SingaporeH.O.M.E. is dedicated to empowering and supporting migrant workers who find themselves victims of human rights violations and suffer abuse and exploitation. These workers normally earn the lowest of wages (as low as SGD300-400 a month) and they are experiencing the negative effects of COVID-19 including termination, loss of income and lack of shelter and medical care. During the “Circuit Breaker” measures, H.O.M.E. continues to respond to the workers’ urgent needs through helpline support and providing food and medical supplies.  

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21%

Raised So Far : USD 635

Target : USD 3,000