THE FUTURE IS FEMALE

Every girl, every woman, has a story to tell. Their stories reveal courage, compassion and empathy. Apart from listening to their voices, it is also vital for us to recognise females as key contributors to co-creating a better future together. 

This spirit drives our campaign, The Future is Female, which also celebrates HCSA Dayspring turning 15 years in 2021. Here, our girls and women speak, sing and shine. Their stories matter. Their lives, even more so.

DISCOVER THE VOICES OF
OUR GIRLS AND WOMEN

Natasha

This brave young woman wants all fellow trauma survivors to be seen, heard and respected

Nikki

Yes, Dayspring has an Ambassador of Fun, who believes play can empower all of us!

Dr Tan

Our beloved volunteer paediatrician encourages girls to march to the beat of their own drums

Yeni

A mother of four cheery kids, she is a shining example of smiling through life’s ups and downs

Dorothy

This amazing overcomer is training to be a paramedic and is passionate about helping others

Andrea

A mental health advocate, she finds joy in being a volunteer with us and is known as our “Big Mama”

Siti

Our resident chef says, “I’m not a professional, but I cook for the girls like they are my family”

Hannah

This inspiring mother hopes more women can find peace with their past through God’s love, just like she did

Dara

Recently a mum herself, she has also been dedicated to caring for the Dayspring girls for a decade

Evelyn

She has risen from rebellion to resilience and today takes ownership of her past and future

WE TURN 15!
JOIN US IN OUR CELEBRATIONS

Your Help Matters

Your contribution will encourage girls and women to seek the help they need and take the next step towards a better life.

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Our Origin Story

We began from one woman in 2006. We have blossomed to help close to 100 teenage girls in 2021. Here is the story of our first five years.

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15 Years of Milestones

Get a quick glimpse of memorable moments and some of the special people who have come on this adventure with us!

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“I raise up my voice – not so that I can shout,
but so that those without a voice can be heard …
We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.”
Malala Yousafzai, world’s youngest Nobel Prize laureate

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