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

  • ANONYMOUS (28 SPONSORS)
  • AIDA SAM
  • ALAN FOO
  • AMIT PANDIT
  • AMRITA BASU
  • ANNA KOH
  • BERNICE CHEE
  • BING YANG CHIA
  • CAITLIN YAXUAN SOH
  • CHEE WENG MOK
  • CHEN NIE LOW
  • CHONG GUAN LEE
  • CHRISTINE ARNOLD
  • CHRISTOPHER HOW
  • DESMOND TECK THONG CHUA
  • DESIREE KOH
  • ENG HIN ONG
  • GERLYNN LEACHON
  • GIN TEOW
  • JACQUELINE LOW
  • JAIDEN SIM
  • JAMES DAMPNEY
  • JANICE GK TEO
  • JASON CHAN
  • JAVELLE YEO
  • JEN PIN TENG
  • JOSEPHINE LEE
  • KATHERINE MOSS
  • KENNETH LIM
  • KESHMARATHY SACADEVAN
  • KOMALA MURUGIAH
  • KWANG SONG LIM
  • LAI SIE LEE
  • LAY HUA CHUA
  • LYNN SAEGER
  • MENG HWEE TEW
  • MOHAMMAD HISHAM AMAT
  • MOONLAKE LEE
  • NICK RYLAND
  • NOAH CHAN
  • POH SU SEE
  • PANG SEOW FONG
  • POEY POH TAN
  • QINGLI HAN
  • RAMESH SELVARAJ
  • SHARON LEE
  • SHI YUN FOK
  • SHIXIN KOH
  • SIONG SING CHENG
  • SIU SIU LEE
  • STEVE CHUA KW
  • TET FAH LIEW
  • WAI EE JAMIE LOW
  • WAI LING JUANA LEE
  • WAN LIN SEAH
  • WAN TING LIM
  • WEI YONG GAN
  • WENLY LOW
  • WILSON TONG CHEE KIONG
  • WON YOUNG KIM
  • WYNDI SOCK HUA CHIN
  • XIAO HUI LEE
  • XINPENG WANG
  • YEE MUN PAULINE MAH
  • YVONNE YEO

Singa Sponsors

20 Kids & Above

  • ANONYMOUS (1 Sponsor)

Our Beneficiaries

*more to come

Prison Fellowship Singapore (PFS) is a Christian voluntary welfare organisation that ministers to men and women in the prison system and their families. 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.

Tuition With Love, a programme offered by Hope Centre (Singapore) helps young students from financially challenged families in their foundational academic years. Since the launch in 2012 at Kampong Glam to the recent expansion at Tampines North, the programme has been helping primary school students holistically in academics, life skills and character development. With a heart to mould our future generation, Hope Centre seeks to continually expand its reach across Singapore.

Singapore Children’s Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. In 2016, the Society reached out to 74,173 children, youth and families in need. Established in 1952, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of children. Today, Children’s Society operates 11 service centres islandwide, offering services in the four categories of: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy.

Pertapis was formed in 1969 by a group of young aspiring Muslims who believed in the importance of moral and religious education in order to build a strong resilient self in youth.

In the days of kampung living, the community would come together to help ease the burden of families in need. For most, this did not change even after modernisation and families moved into flats. They carried on that kampung spirit by forming ‘block committees’ and organising activities involving social interaction, community bonding and welfare support.

From its humble beginnings, Pertapis, as a ‘self-help organisation’ is today an approved charitable organisation under the Charities Act with Institution of Public Character (IPC) status and has helped more than 3000 families in need.