Building partnerships

For sustainable change

Our Partners

The work we do is made possible only through collaboration with exceptional public, private and humanitarian organisations and the support of forward-thinking organisations.

We are grateful for the support from our partners.

Corporate

Boeing

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company with a strong social conscience – they have committed more than $50 million in charitable grants to more than 500 non-profit organisations across 50 countries. Boeing has supported Hagar Vietnam for close to 10 years, and more recently has expanded their funding support to Hagar Singapore’s Trauma Recovery and Resettlement Programme for Survivors of Human Trafficking and Abuse.

Boeing

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company with a strong social conscience – they have committed more than $50 million in charitable grants to more than 500 non-profit organisations across 50 countries. Boeing has supported Hagar Vietnam for close to 10 years, and more recently has expanded their funding support to Hagar Singapore’s Trauma Recovery and Resettlement Programme for Survivors of Human Trafficking and Abuse.

Deutsche Bank

Guided by their philosophy of empowering women, Deutsche Bank is passionate about bettering the lives of underprivileged women. dbWomen has collaborated with Hagar on a range of skills-based enrichment activities benefitting Hagar clients, organisation-wide fundraising and awareness, and employee engagement events.

Deutsche Bank

Guided by their philosophy of empowering women, Deutsche Bank is passionate about bettering the lives of underprivileged women. dbWomen has collaborated with Hagar on a range of skills-based enrichment activities benefitting Hagar clients, organisation-wide fundraising and awareness, and employee engagement events.

Dymon Asia

Dymon Asia, a leading Asia focused investment management firm, has been an enthusiastic partner to Hagar, supporting our endeavours to better the lives of marginalised women and children.

Dymon Asia

Dymon Asia, a leading Asia focused investment management firm, has been an enthusiastic partner to Hagar, supporting our endeavours to better the lives of marginalised women and children.

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment bank passionate about enhancing and contributing to the social fabric of our world. Hagar is proud to have partnered with Goldman Sachs through their Community TeamWorks citizenship programme for four years now, raising awareness for human trafficking in Singapore through corporate activities and employee engagement events.

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment bank passionate about enhancing and contributing to the social fabric of our world. Hagar is proud to have partnered with Goldman Sachs through their Community TeamWorks citizenship programme for four years now, raising awareness for human trafficking in Singapore through corporate activities and employee engagement events.

Linklaters

Linklaters, a leading global law firm and a faithful supporter of Hagar contributed extensively, funding, research and expertise to the development of the “Support Children in Legal Processes” project aimed at supporting child survivors of extreme abuse in Cambodia through their legal processes and ending impunity for their abusers. Most recently, the firm’s support has extended to the Singapore chapter led by Hagar Singapore. Through collaboration with the Singapore State Courts, Community Justice Centre and NUS Centre for Pro Bono & Clinical Legal Education, we are working to develop a legal toolkit designed to support vulnerable witnesses including children and trafficking survivors in Singapore through the judicial process, ensuring perpetrators are brought to justice.

Linklaters

Linklaters, a leading global law firm and a faithful supporter of Hagar contributed extensively, funding, research and expertise to the development of the “Support Children in Legal Processes” project aimed at supporting child survivors of extreme abuse in Cambodia through their legal processes and ending impunity for their abusers. Most recently, the firm’s support has extended to the Singapore chapter led by Hagar Singapore. Through collaboration with the Singapore State Courts, Community Justice Centre and NUS Centre for Pro Bono & Clinical Legal Education, we are working to develop a legal toolkit designed to support vulnerable witnesses including children and trafficking survivors in Singapore through the judicial process, ensuring perpetrators are brought to justice.

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of news and information for professional markets, operating in over 100 countries for more than 100 years. Thomson Reuters believes in the adage “do well by doing good”, which speaks to their commitment to giving back to the community. Since 2015, Thomson Reuters has collabored with Hagar Singapore on a series of fundraising and awareness activities, mobilising employees to take action in both their individual and official capacities. Over the years, many employees have become strong advocates for Hagar’s cause in empowering vulnerable women and children.

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of news and information for professional markets, operating in over 100 countries for more than 100 years. Thomson Reuters believes in the adage “do well by doing good”, which speaks to their commitment to giving back to the community. Since 2015, Thomson Reuters has collabored with Hagar Singapore on a series of fundraising and awareness activities, mobilising employees to take action in both their individual and official capacities. Over the years, many employees have become strong advocates for Hagar’s cause in empowering vulnerable women and children.

Bless Inc Asia

Bless Inc Asia is a boutique Public Relations consultancy with a refreshing perspective – they are committed to sharing their clients’ good news through effective communications. The Bless team are passionate supporters of Hagar’s work, lending their professional expertise and collaborative skills to heighten awareness of global issues and elevate Hagar’s brand presence in this space. We are deeply grateful for their partnership and encouraged by their enthusiasm and care.

Bless Inc Asia

Bless Inc Asia is a boutique Public Relations consultancy with a refreshing perspective – they are committed to sharing their clients’ good news through effective communications. The Bless team are passionate supporters of Hagar’s work, lending their professional expertise and collaborative skills to heighten awareness of global issues and elevate Hagar’s brand presence in this space. We are deeply grateful for their partnership and encouraged by their enthusiasm and care.

DDB

DDB is a worldwide marketing communications agency and Singapore’s foremost advertising presence. We are excited to announce that DDB is currently working with Hagar to launch a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking in Singapore, leveraging on media channels to reach Singaporeans from all walks of life.

DDB

DDB is a worldwide marketing communications agency and Singapore’s foremost advertising presence. We are excited to announce that DDB is currently working with Hagar to launch a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking in Singapore, leveraging on media channels to reach Singaporeans from all walks of life.

Government and Public Institutions

Singapore Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking in Persons (TIP)

Singapore Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking in Persons (TIP), co-led by the Singapore government’s Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Manpower, was established in 2010 to combat human trafficking in Singapore. Their key strategies include the 4 P’s – Prevention, Prosecution, Protection and Partnership. Hagar collaborates closely with the Singapore government in our daily operations, committing to clients referred to our care for restoration and resettlement.

Singapore Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking in Persons (TIP)

Singapore Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking in Persons (TIP), co-led by the Singapore government’s Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Manpower, was established in 2010 to combat human trafficking in Singapore. Their key strategies include the 4 P’s – Prevention, Prosecution, Protection and Partnership. Hagar collaborates closely with the Singapore government in our daily operations, committing to clients referred to our care for restoration and resettlement.

The Law Society of Singapore

The Law Society of Singapore through their Probono Office equips Hagar clients with basic legal education to better understand their rights, the Singapore judicial system and what they can expect during court proceedings. Such endeavours further the Law Society’s mission to ensure access to justice for all. We are deeply grateful for the organisation’s faithful partnership and the pool of volunteer lawyers who go out of their way to supporting survivors of trafficking and abuse, lessening their risk of re-victimisation as they navigate the criminal justice process.

The Law Society of Singapore

The Law Society of Singapore through their Probono Office equips Hagar clients with basic legal education to better understand their rights, the Singapore judicial system and what they can expect during court proceedings. Such endeavours further the Law Society’s mission to ensure access to justice for all. We are deeply grateful for the organisation’s faithful partnership and the pool of volunteer lawyers who go out of their way to supporting survivors of trafficking and abuse, lessening their risk of re-victimisation as they navigate the criminal justice process.

Singapore State Courts

Hagar is privileged to work with the Singapore State Courts in developing a legal toolkit aimed at supporting vulnerable witnesses through the Singapore judicial process. This joint collaboration with the Community Justice Centre and the NUS Centre for Pro Bono & Clinical Legal Education will ensure that children and vulnerable adult witnesses will be mentally prepared for the process and have access to the best support from trained professionals and caregivers.

Singapore State Courts

Hagar is privileged to work with the Singapore State Courts in developing a legal toolkit aimed at supporting vulnerable witnesses through the Singapore judicial process. This joint collaboration with the Community Justice Centre and the NUS Centre for Pro Bono & Clinical Legal Education will ensure that children and vulnerable adult witnesses will be mentally prepared for the process and have access to the best support from trained professionals and caregivers.

Schools

NUS Law

NUS Law is Singapore’s oldest and largest law school. Socially-conscious law students have initiated several collaborations with Hagar on fundraising and awareness events, as well as using their legal skills and know-how to support Hagar clients undergoing court proceedings.

NUS Law

NUS Law is Singapore’s oldest and largest law school. Socially-conscious law students have initiated several collaborations with Hagar on fundraising and awareness events, as well as using their legal skills and know-how to support Hagar clients undergoing court proceedings.

Nanyang Technological University

Nanyang Technological University is one of Singapore’s six public universities and is consistently ranked amongst the world’s best. NTU has supported Hagar’s work through University-wide fundraising and awareness events led by passionate staff advocates.

Nanyang Technological University

Nanyang Technological University is one of Singapore’s six public universities and is consistently ranked amongst the world’s best. NTU has supported Hagar’s work through University-wide fundraising and awareness events led by passionate staff advocates.

Humanitarian Organisations

Unicef

The United Nations Children’s Fund is passionate about defending the rights of children and helping them fulfil their potential. Our similarities in mission and values make UNICEF a natural partner to Hagar. In conjunction with UNICEF, Hagar in 2015 published a pioneering report which showed children were often left re-traumatised in their pursuit of justice. The research findings eventually resulted in the development of the Support Children in Legal Processes project; legal resources produced to assist child

Unicef

The United Nations Children’s Fund is passionate about defending the rights of children and helping them fulfil their potential. Our similarities in mission and values make UNICEF a natural partner to Hagar. In conjunction with UNICEF, Hagar in 2015 published a pioneering report which showed children were often left re-traumatised in their pursuit of justice. The research findings eventually resulted in the development of the Support Children in Legal Processes project; legal resources produced to assist child victims and witnesses through their legal processes, the first of its kind in Cambodia.

International Organization for Migration

International Organization for Migration is an intergovernmental organisation that provides services and advice concerning migration to governments and migrants, including internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers. IOM is a long-standing supporter and partner of Hagar Afghanistan, enabling Hagar to sustainably run a transitional home for displaced women and girls (Transitional Care Centre, TCC) in Kabul, the only home focusing on reintegrating survivors back into society, and the only shelter for boys in Afghanistan (Forgotten No More, FNM). From Singapore, Hagar works closely with IOM to reintegrate trafficking survivors back to their home communities after the closure of their Singapore court case.

International Organization for Migration

International Organization for Migration is an intergovernmental organisation that provides services and advice concerning migration to governments and migrants, including internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers. IOM is a long-standing supporter and partner of Hagar Afghanistan, enabling Hagar to sustainably run a transitional home for displaced women and girls (Transitional Care Centre, TCC) in Kabul, the only home focusing on reintegrating survivors back into society, and the only shelter for boys in Afghanistan (Forgotten No More, FNM). From Singapore, Hagar works closely with IOM to reintegrate trafficking survivors back to their home communities after the closure of their Singapore court case.

Help Us Transform Lives

Donate Now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help Us Transform Lives

Donate Now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help Us Transform Lives

Donate Now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help Us Transform Lives

Donate Now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

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