Donate to
Project X

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting our cause! There are 3 ways to donate to us: Credit Card via Give.Asia, PayNow, and Bank Transfer. If you do donate, we ask that you take a moment to fill in our donor form so that we can be properly accountable to you. The form is available here: Donor Form.

Donate to
Project X

Thank you so much for your interest in supporting our cause! There are 3 ways to donate to us: Credit Card via Give.Asia, PayNow, and Bank Transfer. If you do donate, we ask that you take a moment to fill in our donor form so that we can be properly accountable to you. The form is available here: Donor Form.

Via PayNow

Scan the QR code below using your bank’s mobile banking app OR input our UEN number T14SS0189DSIS:

Via Bank Transfer

Our bank account information is as follows:

Via PayNow

Scan the QR code below using your bank’s mobile banking app OR input our UEN number T14SS0189DSIS:

Via Bank Transfer

Our bank account information is as follows:

Services we provide to sex workers

Help us continue to provide our services to sex workers and hopefully let us reach even more !

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Community Centre
Provide sex workers with a safe space to access our services, as well as attend community events to create community-based social circles
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Sexual health services
Allow sex workers to take charge of their sexual health so that they can continue working and live a healthy life

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Talks and workshops
To equip sex workers with knowledge and skills to feel empowered to take charge of their lives and aid their peers

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Referral to social services
Allow sex workers to receive specialized services, such as AWARE's Sexual Assault Care Centre, and AFA's HIV Services
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Legal Services
Enable sex workers to better understand their situation and assist them to report incidences of violence towards them or have better access to justice
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Free yoga
Allow sex workers to take charge of their physical health


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Counselling
Allow sex workers to take charge of their psychological wellbeing


IN 2018 WE WERE ABLE TO:

HERE ARE SOME RECOMMENDED AMOUNTS THAT YOU COULD DONATE:

Services we provide to sex workers

Help us continue to provide our services to sex workers and hopefully let us reach even more !

u-2
Community Centre
Provide sex workers with a safe space to access our services, as well as attend community events to create community-based social circles
DSC_0036
Sexual health services
Allow sex workers to take charge of their sexual health so that they can continue working and live a healthy life

15052022_IDAHOTMembersDayHariRaya-96
Talks and workshops
To equip sex workers with knowledge and skills to feel empowered to take charge of their lives and aid their peers

DSC_0183
Referral to social services
Allow sex workers to receive specialized services, such as AWARE's Sexual Assault Care Centre, and AFA's HIV Services
DSC008
Legal Services
Enable sex workers to better understand their situation and assist them to report incidences of violence towards them or have better access to justice
DSC_0056
Free yoga
Allow sex workers to take charge of their physical health


Sherry
Counselling
Allow sex workers to take charge of their psychological wellbeing


u-2
Community Centre
Provide sex workers with a safe space to access our services, as well as attend community events to create community-based social circles
DSC_0036
Sexual health services
Allow sex workers to take charge of their sexual health so that they can continue working and live a healthy life

15052022_IDAHOTMembersDayHariRaya-96
Talks and workshops
To equip sex workers with knowledge and skills to feel empowered to take charge of their lives and aid their peers

DSC_0183
Referral to social services
Allow sex workers to receive specialized services, such as AWARE's Sexual Assault Care Centre, and AFA's HIV Services
DSC008
Legal Services
Enable sex workers to better understand their situation and assist them to report incidences of violence towards them or have better access to justice
DSC_0056
Free yoga
Allow sex workers to take charge of their physical health


Sherry
Counselling
Allow sex workers to take charge of their psychological wellbeing


IN 2018 WE WERE ABLE TO:

HERE ARE SOME RECOMMENDED AMOUNTS THAT YOU COULD DONATE:

Initiative that allow us to reduce stigma and dicrimination

Community Outreach

To build relationship with sex workers so we can encourage them to voice out their difficulties and opinions on issues that concern them as well as educate them on sexual health

Public Education

A platform for sex workers’ voices to be heard; to start a dialogue about issues surrounding sex work to encourage empathy and compassion in society

Human Rights Documents

Monitor and document human rights violations to create conversations that will encourage policy changes

Capacity Building

Empower sex workers by equipping them with skills to aid their peers/allow staff and volunteers to increase competencies to aid sex workers more effectively

Initiative that allow us to reduce stigma and dicrimination

Community Outreach

To build relationship with sex workers so we can encourage them to voice out their difficulties and opinions on issues that concern them as well as educate them on sexual health

Public Education

A platform for sex workers’ voices to be heard; to start a dialogue about issues surrounding sex work to encourage empathy and compassion in society

Human Rights Documents

Monitor and document human rights violations to create conversations that will encourage policy changes

Capacity Building

Monitor and document human rights violations to create conversations that will encourage policy changes

Abuse

Alert

Are you in a crisis & need immediate assistance? Do you need someone to talk to? Project X is here & we can help.
Call our Helpline at +65 9060 9906

Visit Get Help page to learn more

Vanessa Ho

Executive Director | [email protected]

Executive Director
[email protected]

Vanessa has been full-time with Project X since 2011, and as a result, has had many opportunities to meet and connect with sex workers in Singapore and around the world. Under her leadership, the organisation has grown from a small group of volunteers to one where there are three paid staff and a team of over 60 volunteers. Correspondingly, she has increased the annual operating budget of the organization five times, and is now recognized as the leading organization that empowers and assists women in the sex industry.

Vanessa has written and spoken extensively about sex work, human trafficking, rape culture, and LGBTQ rights in Singapore. She believes that if people can speak about sex, gender and sexuality in open and in non-judgmental ways, society will become a safer place for everyone.

Vanessa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Warwick, and a Masters Degree in Gender, Society and Representation from University College London.