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Our Campaign Storyends 31 Oct 2018, 11:59 PM
People who know me, even briefly, would know that I love animals especially dolphins:) The wildlife has always been an inspiring and a therapeutic aspect of the world to me.
My stint as a dolphin trainer showed me the importance of research and conservation in order to keep and help this world of the environment alive and thriving. I have always believed that awareness is the first step to change, and research and education contributes towards that first step.
Hence, this year, instead of low-key celebrating my birthday, I decided to channel my birthday wishes into organizing a fundraiser for the Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund (WRSCF)!
The WRSCF seeks to fund projects which make a pragmatic, substantial and long-lasting contribution to local biodiversity research and conservation, which includes elements such as sustainable development, public education and environmental awareness. WRSCF is designed to provide accessible and flexible grants for persons who want to contribute to the conservation of native wildlife species.
So, instead of birthday presents and meal treats, and brainstorming on ideas on what to have, I would rather the money be well spent and donated for a good cause! It does not matter how much you donate. I welcome even a mere $0.10! (Just PM me or rally with others to meet the amount that you can click on)
Thank you so much for your contribution and showing your support for me, which would be the best gift I could ever receive :)
About The Charity
Once, the shores of Singapore had a thriving native wildlife with a diversity of local flora and fauna. With the rapid development of Singapores economy, we have witnessed a population explosion driven by economic opportunities.Scarcity of land and urbanisation have increased the rate of deforestation and resulted in rapid habitat loss for local wildlife. Even for the surviving native wildlife, they faced the impending issue of human encroachment and human-animal conflict that are driving many species to near extinction. Unless we act NOW, extinction will be FOREVER.