The Kindness Warrior

Since 2021, The Kindness Warrior has been dedicated to organising charitable events that make a difference in the lives of others. The Kindness Warrior strives to create a more kind and empathetic world by bringing people together for a common cause. Whether it’s raising funds for Singapore Assciation of Mental Heatlh , raised funds for School Transport for those in need, or organizing a benefit concert to support a charitable organization, The Kindness Warrior is committed to spreading kindness and generosity wherever they go. With their unwavering passion and dedication, The Kindness Warrior is making a profound impact on communities far and wide, inspiring others to join the fight for a better world.


The Kindness Warrior Paddle for School Transport campaign aims to provide transport subsidies for disadvantaged students in the northeast district. We are pleased to announce that a total of $65,440 was raised and all proceeds will go towards providing school transport subsidies for underprivileged students in the North East district, ensuring that they can pursue their academic journey without the burden of transportation expenses. Our deepest appreciation to our corporate sponsors Castlery Private Limited, Kinderworld International Group, Mooreast Asia Pte Ltd, Mlion Corporation Pte Ltd and EtonHouse International Holdings Pte Ltd for their generous contributions and in making this event possible.


The Kindness Warrior Run for School Transport is a 5km Fun Run, jointly organised by TOP International Holding and Northeast CDC, supported by Tampines West CSC, Temasek Polytechnic and ALLY.


The Kindness Warrior Run for School Transport campaign has raised close to $50,000, which can support 261 students for 1 year in their school commute.


Our inaugural, virtual sports fundraising campaign, The Kindness Warrior Fights Mental Health Stigma, was organised 

This campaign was organised in support of mental health, and all proceeds went towards the Singapore Association of Mental Health (SAMH), so that they can continue to provide rehabilitative, outreach, and creative services and programmes to persons with mental health issues.