WOMEN OF WILL (WOW) (previously known as TECH OUTREACH) Rebrand & Bazaar
The event, designed to empower and provide a platform for single mothers is sponsored by BAC College. Women of Will is a non-profit NGO. The primary objective of Women of Will is to transform the lives of disadvantages women and their communities world wide through a Savings & Credit Scheme, an adaptation of the Grameen Model by Professor Muhammad Yunus of Bangladesh. Disadvantaged women are classified as Single Mothers, Widows, Abandoned Women and Women with Incapacitated Husbands earning a household income of less than RM2500 per month. For more detailed information, please call Lakshwin +6014330 2490
(Ongoing since 2014)
Women of Will (previously known as TECH Outreach) Entrepreneurship Workshop for Women in Need - BAC in collaboration with Women of Will Malaysia has fully funded and supported several entrepreneurship workshops for women in need by providing resources like venue and trainers. These workshops enable the women to be eligible for jump-start interest-free loans for their individual business ventures.
Women of Will Charity Movie Screening – BAC College collaborated with Women of Will to organize a special charity screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens to raise funds for their cause.
Women of Will Masquerade-themed Charity Evening - In conjunction with International Women's Day, Brickfields Asia College collaborated with TECH Outreach for a Masquerade themed charity evening on the 7th of March, 2015 at the Royal Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur.
BAC College and Women of Will Malaysia Sign MOU for CSR Collaboration – An MOU between BAC and Women of Will was signed with intentions of providing opportunities to educate these women through various entrepreneurship and business management courses to help them manage their small business entrepreneurial ventures.
(Ongoing since March 2015)
Women’s Aid Organisation Training Sessions - BAC College proudly supports the efforts of WAO’s by providing the premises for training and extending their Hotline services to women who most need it.
WAO: Can You Keep A Secret? Exhibition - WAO, with the help of BAC College, revealed their public education campaign with a ceramic art installation, aimed at raising awareness on domestic violence by featuring live-size ceramic head sculptures representing everyday women who could be victims of abuse.
An Afternoon with Diana King - BAC College lent a hand in organizing a concert, featuring the famous Diana King, in which all the proceeds of the show were given to WAO.