A Canvas For Her-An Art Fundraising Event

A Canvas For Her is an art fundraising event in support of United Women Singapore (UWS), a local non-profit organisation that focuses on women’s empowerment and gender equality in Singapore.

We are honoured to collaborate with talented artists namely Lim Tze Peng, Goh Yau Kee, Lee Hock Moh, Teo Chin Keong, Ng Yak Whee, Shi Da Chan, Tay Bak Chiang, Liu Xuan Qi, Zhang Hua and Jin Lu for this fundraiser.

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all 10 artists for the generous donation of their artworks. Proceeds from the fundraiser will support our local efforts to move the needle on gender equality and prevent gender-based violence in the community while creating effective and collective change in Singapore.

Funds raised will support:

-Girls2Pioneers Programme encourages young girls to take up STEM subjects in their higher education and careers, thereby paving the way for a more gender equal society.

-GenSafe Workplaces aims to help organisations spot the signs of domestic violence in employees who are suffering in silence and ensure a safe and supportive workplace environment.

-UWS Boys Empowered engages boys to be empowered individuals who will model strength without violence and be proactive bystanders with the skills to prevent situations of violence in our community.

We are glad to announce that these exclusive artworks are available for sale at SGD $10,000 each. Click here to view the artworks.  To purchase an artwork, please complete the form here and we will liase with you directly.

Alternatively, you can support the fundraiser by making a donation here.
All funds raised from this fundraiser will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Tote Board


We are grateful to Ode to Art for their valuable support for this fundraiser. All artworks will be displayed for public viewing.

Dates:25 to 31 October 2021
Venue: Ode to Art (extended public display space area), Level 2, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103

For enquiries, please reach out to khatijah.salam@uws.org.sg

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