Unique kindness merchandise on sale
After a relocation at the end of 2016, The Kindness Gallery is now open at Stamford Court for guests to learn more about kindness and graciousness. Whether for locals familiar with past campaigns, or tourists who are intrigued by efforts in Singapore to encourage pro-social behaviour, The Kindness Gallery has something to interest everyone.
61 Stamford Rd #01-08, Stamford Court Singapore 178892
Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Kindness Gallery is closed on Weekends and Public Holidays
The Kindness Gallery will be closed until further notice due to COVID-19 regulations.
The online shop has ceased operations since 20 October 2018.
Please email to thekindnessgal[email protected] for bulk orders.
Relive the courtesy campaigns of yesteryear by browsing old collaterals on display. To learn more about the Singapore Kindness Movement and its latest work, visitors can also view recent campaign videos and find out more about our partnerships and programmes.
The new Kindness Gallery has also refreshed its setting for the Kindsville Tours which are aimed at helping preschoolers develop good social etiquette from a young age. A Kindness minibus is stationed at the Gallery where SMRT has generously donated items such as priority seat stickers, license plate, ‘stop’ button and uniform sets in a magnanimous show of support for the Kindsville Tour.
In the first two weeks of each month, the Gallery is transformed into a child’s values-learning hub, as the children pick up good manners while going on an adventure with Singa and the Kindness Cubbies. Educators interested in bringing their students to Kindsville can find out more and check on available dates here.
In collaboration with various partners, a variety of unique kindness merchandise is on sale at the Gallery. From notebooks to accessories, the items are functional and appealing, and also serve as charming keepsakes.
All proceeds from merchandise sales will support SKM’s work as a non-profit organisation helping to inspire a kinder and more gracious Singapore.