LEW is donating Red Flags EP revenue to support women and children facing domestic violence, here's how to support the cause

LEW is donating Red Flags EP revenue to support women and children facing domestic violence, here's how to support the cause

Having to stay at home due to circuit breaker measures right now may be suffocating, but not everyone has the ability to do so in the same safe space. 

On Tuesday (28/04), Singaporean singer-songwriter LEW, known for his emotionally visceral songwriting, took to Instagram to announce that he will be donating three months of revenue from his EP, Red Flags, to Star Shelter, a shelter that operates under the umbrella of the Singapore Council of Women's Protection. It offers refuge to women and children experiencing domestic violence, providing meals, accommodation, and counselling. While the shelter is assisted by government grants, it also depends on annual fundraising projects and donations to continue running. 

"Sometimes we take for granted the safety and warmth of our home, whilst others suffer BECAUSE they are home," he writes. "I want to donate 3 months of my revenue from the ‘Red Flags' EP. What YOU can do is to stream the hell out of it, share it with your friends, and of course if you can, donate directly to the organisation."

Listen to 'Red Flags' below. You can also make a direct donation to the Star Shelter Fund here


If you are suffering from domestic violence, or if you know someone who is, you should:

  • Make a report at the nearest neighbourhood police centre
  • Make a report at the nearest hospital if there is physical injury
  • Approach the nearest Family Service Centre, who will appoint a case worker to assess the situation before making a referral to the shelter.
  • Call the Family Service Centre hotline: 1800 222 0000