OUTREACH

The Power of Giving Back

 

About Outreach

Representing one of PrimeTime’s three pillars, Community Outreach is about creating positive change and raising awareness of activities that support “women moving towards greater independence”.

The mission of PrimeTime’s Outreach is to empower and support women in the local Singapore community. Members get personal fulfillment through participating in the Outreach activities and creating positive changes in the community. We collaborate with local partners to provide unified impactful programs to make a difference to women by providing support locally and individually.

Representing one of PrimeTime’s three pillars, Community Outreach initiatives aim to create positive change and raise awareness of activities that support “women moving towards greater independence”.

How we do it

Our goal is to provide to our members and our community an easily accessible, meaningful and compassionate engagement to give back, inspire and contribute to the empowerment of all women in need in Singapore.

We Collaborate, Connect and Contribute with Compassion utilising the diverse interests and expertise of PrimeTime members, with non-profit organisations in support of women in Singapore. We enable women in their journey to trust and realisation of their potential and possibilities. Through education, volunteering, donations and raising awareness, we inspire all parties to be stronger and better together and make change happen.

Sally Lees

Outreach Leadership

Sally Lees

Contact outreach@primetime.org.sg for more information about Outreach events.

Past Outreach Events:

Empowering Young Women in Iran
Call for Contribution: Supporting local Women in Crisis shelters
Opening Universities for Refugees (OUR)
[FULLY BOOKED] Support Group & Movie Night with Dayspring RTC Girls
Volunteering in Singapore: a Candid Look with Philanthropist Dr Fermin Diez
SCWO’s New2U Biannual Bazaar 2019 is here! – Get hands-on Volunteering Experience
PrimeTime Christmas Donation Boxes
Strengthening Resilience in Young People – The Key to Emotional Wellness