1875 – 1929
The YWCA movement originated in England in 1855. Two women, Lady Kinnaird and Emma Robarts, had a shared vision of an association. . .
1930 – 1949
As Singapore became more cosmopolitan, with different nationalities coming to live and work on the island, the YWCA also started. . .
1950 – 1979
In the 1950s, the YWCA centres at Fort Canning Road, Outram Road and Raffles Quay were opened. The Association was concerned with. . .
1980 – 1989
The focus of the YWCA in the 1980s was on the development for women and girls, camps, pre-school education, senior citizens,. . .
1990 – 1999
The focuses of the YWCA in the early 1990s were child development and the enhancement of women’s welfare. During this period,. . .
2000 – 2004
With the completion of the YWCA Building at 6 Fort Canning Road, the National Office moved to the YWCA Building after 20 years at. . .