What we're about

Be Kind SG, founded in 2017, is a volunteer-led group that aims to create and inspire a kind and inclusive society. We organize volunteering activities to outreach to various ‘invisible’ communities such as adults and seniors with intellectual disabilities, and children and youths with special needs.

Visit our website: https://www.bekind.sg
Like & follow our Facebook page showcasing acts of kindness in Singapore (https://www.facebook.com/BeKindSG/)

Feature in Stomp Straits Times: https://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/these-heroines-make-the-biggest-impact-through-the-smallest-actions
Feature in the Chinese newspapers, Wanbao and Zaobao: https://www.facebook.com/BeKindSG/posts/1996632423950263
Feature in Straits Times Causes Week 2018: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/giving-your-time-as-and-when-you-can

*We wish to provide a safe and respectful environment for volunteers to do things for good causes. If any members are validated to be harassing other members, they will be banned from the group. We would like to clarify that this group is not a platform for seeking singles/dating or selling/advertising products & services. Our activities are non-commercial, non-religious and non-political in nature. Please refrain from promoting or advocating any religious or political views or beliefs during our activities. For members facing any issues, please report to the organizing team.*

RSVP rules:
1. Update your RSVP within 48 hours, if your plans change.

2. No Show. If you RSVP for an event and did not turn up without notifying us, you will be marked as No Show. A second No Show will result in removal from our group to give other volunteers a fair chance of attending.

3. Waitlist. Please monitor your status right to the start time of the event. If you can’t check your status, you should remove yourself from the waiting list.

As a general rule, we encourage you to only RSVP YES to events that you can commit to attending. In the event of an emergency or illness, it is understandable that you won’t be able to attend.

Lastly, we reserve the right to reject your participation if you attend our activities without RSVP-ing.

Upcoming events (1)

#CraftForGood (Remote Volunteering Edition): Create Nurses' Day Cards! By 7 July

Nurses' Day falls on 1 August every year in Singapore. We hope to bring some joy and appreciate those taking care of our communities at the adult disability homes/destitute homes.

For JUNE & JULY 2023, we will be creating NURSES' DAY themed CARDS!

How to get started:

  1. Complete this form ( https://forms.gle/mJkMKDEWZfF7DF1y6 ) and pledge the number of Nurses' Day cards you can do! No need to fret about fulfilling a quota, just do what you can. Every little bit helps!
  2. Create your Nurses' Day cards. Remember to sign off so our friends would know this came from a human being who has them in mind.
  3. Mail your cards to the following volunteer's address to ensure they reach by 7 JULY 2023! From there, we will collate and send them to the various homes :)

Mail all cards to the following address by 7 JULY 2023:

8 Bhamo Road, Nova 88

Photos of the cards received by our volunteer will be uploaded here on Meetup once all cards have been collated :) _______________________________________

Our communities: Moral Welfare Home (http://www.thkms.org.sg/index.php/thk-welfare-homes/) is a purpose-built facility that cares for the destitute who have multiple disabilities.

THK Home for Disabled @ Sembawang (https://www.thkmc.org.sg/persons-with-disabilities/) provides long-term residential care for adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder, or other co-morbidities.

Please note that this is not a physical gathering. Cards are made at your own time, target and place, and mailed out to the volunteer's house for collation. We are not providing any volunteer hours/VIA hours/certification for this activity.

Past events (153)

#CraftForGood: Craft Nurses' Day Cards (library@harborfront)