“The rippling effect of kindness is heartwarming.”
Compassvale Secondary School
A Ripple of Kindness
By: Alphonsus James Foo, Chua Dong En, Yan Jun Chao, Johan Fadli B Jailani, Ariffin Faharis, Khiew Chang Long, Narayanan Jessy Koushick
Encourage teenagers like themselves to take the initiative to show kindness to others.
Many people might feel that teenagers do not show enough kindness on a daily basis.
Seng Kang Community club.
Team gave out packet drinks to students studying.
Those that received the packet drinks passed the additional packet they received to another student – the pay-it-forward actions of the teenagers were encouraging.
Kindness Starts from Young
“It is important to appreciate others, especially those closest to you.”
By: Damian Ng Rui Xuan, Lucas Goh Guan Teng, Tan Kai Jing, Adinda Fitri Falinka, Tan Sing You, Rifqi B Ahmad, Tan Wen Jie, Joel
Start a culture of appreciation at a young age and encourage children to express gratitude and graciousness.
Children are more likely to continue expressing gratitude and graciousness even as they grow older if they start from young.
Seng Kang Public Library.
Engaged young children at a pop-up card making workshop.
Participants could make their own 3D pop-up cards and write notes of appreciation for someone they wanted to thank.
Appreciating Our Unsung Heroes
“Just a simple thanks would make their day as they know that their hard work has paid off.”
By: Heather Lau Puay Hin, Lum Zheng Yao, Nigel, Afiq Saifullah B Alfian, Yeo Ing Jae, Alex Low Hao Han, Tay Quan Han, Jarren, Gabriel Loh Wen Bin
Appreciate the unsung heroes in the form of service support staff for their efforts.
Service support staff are often not appreciated for their work.
Compass One Shopping Centre.
Surprised the staff with snack bars and appreciation notes while they were on their work routine.
Expressed appreciation for their efforts in keeping the malls clean and safe for the public.