A campaign calling for the first week of April to be made into a National Kindness Week

Why #StandTogether?

Approximately 84% of Malaysian children experience some form of bullying before they turn 18, with psychological effects reaching as far as adulthood.

Some of those who do manage to escape it either do so by fighting back, entering gangs for protection, or becoming bullies themselves, because hurt people hurt people.

We want to break this cycle.


Pledge Now!

Join the campaign to create a National Kindness Week in schools throughout Malaysia!

How To Pledge?

Like Our Page

STEP 1: Like Our Page

To Pledge, like our facebook page by clicking the button below. Then, proceed to step 2.


STEP 2: Share

Tell all your friends that you have pledged by clicking the button below with the #StandTogether

Register your School!

If you want to organize a kindness week at your school, you can sign up and we will tell you what you can do to help with the campaign!

Join The #StandTogether Competition and Win:

Cash Grant

A fund of up to RM 1000 rewarded to a school who proposes the best kindness week campaign to prevent bullying.

Celebrity Visit

Schools will be selected from different states to receive celebrity visits. Apply for the grant and make your school a greater place!

Grand Prize

A feature article in The Star and the title of Malaysia’s Kinddest School and other prizes

What’s Happened So Far

Campaign Updates

‘Why bully when you can be kind instead’

A few months ago, Datuk Wong Tuck Wai was shown a video of a boy being beaten up in school.

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Wong pays tribute to friends and teachers at SXI for making him the person he is today

WHEN Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai visited his alma mater St Xavier’s Institution (SXI) in Penang, one of the first stops he made was the chapel, where he said a little prayer.

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It’s our duty to stop bullying, says Wong

Whenever Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai talks about his secondary school days at St Xavier’s Institution (SXI), his eyes light up with pride – until he gets to the topic of bullying.

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