Kintry Kindness

Kintry Kindness are small initiatives by Kintry to help the causes which we feel we could bring value to. One of our mentors told me that we need to take small steps in everything we do, even Rome wasn't built in a day!

We wanted to build a business with a purpose in mind and we realised that its important to be mindful about what values resonates with us and what we wanted to bring to the brand.

We believe very strongly in:

  • helping each other and building a strong community,

  • creating safe zones for everyone to talk to each other without ever feeling the need to be judged,

  • teaching or mentoring those who need it in order to teach resilience,

  • building each other up!

Though we do not have too much time or capacity to do huge things at the moment we do try our best, so do have a look at the little things we have done over the years.

Cookies as prizes for the students at the Mon Refugee School in Kuala Lumpur.

9 July 2017

Granola as healthy treats for the students at the Mon Refugee School in Kuala Lumpur. 

9 July 2017

Teaching the Mon Kids how to bake and create a small business selling baked goods.

22 July 2017

Leadership training for women, MSRI Elham project activity.

7 December 2017

Donations for the launch of Sze Women of Hope, Kuala Lumpur.

13 March 2018

Donating oat cookies to Street Feeders, Need to Feed the Need and Pit Stop Cafe, Kuala Lumpur.

22 May 2018

Supporting Sze Women of Hope initiatives by giving a small talk on empowerment during World Refugee Day.

27 August 2018

Donation to the children at Yayasan Sunbeams Home.

30 August 2018

Working with Sze Women of Hope & RSM for their supperclub.

5 May 2019

Working together with UNHCR to create a livelihood catering project for the RSM.

17 October 2019

Completed our first round of lunch boxes together, an initiative by and UNHCR for RSM.

25 November 2019

Donations for Hospital Kuala Lumpur front liners as part of our Covid-19 initiative, THANK YOU Malaysia, we wouldn't have been able to accomplish this without you!

April / May 2020