Krishna has been active in humanitarian initiatives involving compassion. By providing leadership to organisations and volunteers he has championed activities to support vulnerable people.
Corona Virus Self Isolation Support Group
When the world was panicking with the unprecedented situation caused by COVID-19, he initiated a group to support people in isolation and people vulnerable because of public transport. He led a group of volunteers to provide services to deliver groceries, medicines, food and other shopping needs. An article published in the City News (https://citynews.com.au/2020/where-shopping-help-is-just-a-call-away/)
Support Charitable Organisations
Krishna has initiated another donations drive for Vinnies Canberra in May 2020. He collected non-perishable food and clothing for its stores.
Krishna volunteered with Helping ACT to pack and send groceries for homeless people in Canberra, especially providing significant contributions to Helping ACT for Christmas 2019.
Krishna volunteered and championed to drive the donations drive for many charitable organisations. As a chair of the Canberra Hindu Mandir, his team organised Generosity Day in October 2017 and collected three van-loads of groceries and essential items which were donated to Communities @ Work in Gungahlin.
Blood Donor Registrations Coordinated for Red Cross
As part of the International Day of Blood Donors, Krishna initiated a blood, plasma, stemcells etc awareness drive to encourage registration of blood donors in Canberra in June 2020. He also volunteers himself.
As a State Coordinator of Art of Living Foundation, he initiated a Stem Cell Donations Awareness Program in 2018 for Bone Marrow Stem Cell Donors for the RedCross, a life-saving effort for cancer patients.
As Chairman of Canberra Hindu Mandir, Krishna initiated 108 blood donor registrations drive to RedCross in October 2017. There were more than 70 new blood donors registered through this process.