The Singapore Kindness Run team believes that an active lifestyle is an excellent avenue in channelling the energy of our young ones, helping them shape a positive outlook towards life. This is why we are working with organisations that supports children from financially challenged homes and children with incarcerated parents. Help us achieve our goal of sponsoring 300 underprivileged kids to join our 800M Kids’ Dash via this link.

We thank you for your kindness.

Gerbera Sponsors

1 to 19 Kids

  • BIANCA ACHILLES
  • SAMUEL MATTHEWS
  • SIU SIU LEE
  • SOO CHEE LIM
  • LEE SIAN CHEW
  • XIN JIAN CHOO
  • YI HONG LAM
  • JANNIE, POH GEOK THONG
  • CHONG GUAN LEE
  • CHOON KIAT WONG
  • MARK HENDERSON
  • SAMARTH NAMBIAR
  • NOAH CHAN
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  • ANTHONY ONG
  • ANONYMOUS
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  • YAO DONG LOW
  • Li YING TANG
  • CHING LAI LIM
  • KHANITTA MUANGPUT
  • ANONYMOUS
  • JENNIFER QUEK
  • JANN HO
  • ANONYMOUS
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  • KELLY SWEE
  • CHARDY WANG

Singa Sponsors

20 Kids & Above

Our Beneficiaries

*more to come

FaithActs community care service helps children with learning needs, youth at-risk, vulnerable families and seniors.  These programmes are currently held at Block 50 Commonwealth Drive #01-506 and Block 118 Commonwealth Crescent #01-123. Our activities are aimed to develop character through life skills training. These include self-management of youth’s esteem, emotion, communication, relationship, time, growing up issues, etc. We also inculcate social and community building skills to develop positive values for communal living. Our mission is to impact, change and transform lives. 

Prison Fellowship Singapore (PFS) is a non-profit organisation that works with inmates, ex-offenders and their family members.. We seek to bring holistic restoration to inmates and their families by focusing on integrated approaches. One of the programmes we run is Care Club, a weekly support group for children and youth aged 6-16 with family members in prison or who are recently released. Care Club provides opportunities for academic, physical, skills and character development for these children who are normally disadvantaged due to their family background. Through the provision of wholesome activities, role-modelling and mentoring for the children, and case management and practical assistance to families, Care Club hopes to support inmates’ families through times of crisis, restore family relationships and break the inter-generational cycle of offending.