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Our Campaign Storyends 31 May 2017, 11:59 PM
As the name of the campaign goes Little Dreams ! I want to start this campaign to support my 6 year old son's little dreams. He is a nature and an animal lover who has dreams of helping animals and the habitat where they live . Planting more trees is the best way to do this. He loves watching animal , nature and earth videos. By doing this I want to encourage him to continue dreaming and loving ! So that when he grows up he can himself works towards the great cause of saving our mother Earth.
Caring for trees and the environment is the social responsibility of every individual. The Plant-A-Tree Programme is a platform for organisations and individuals to actively participate in the greening of our City in a Garden by planting trees.
Why plant more trees in Singapore? Aren't there enough trees already? Well, definitely not.
Trees are like any other living organism, which will grow old and become weak. Hence, in order to sustain our lush greenery, we need to constantly plant new trees.
The aim of this programme is to give you a chance to donate the cost of a young tree and plant it yourself.
Every year, the Plant-A-Tree Programme also helps raise funds and enables us to contribute to our environment and the community.
Our public planting schedule is available here: http://www.gardencityfund.org/pat/schedule.html
Please visit http://www.gardencityfund.org/pat/index.html
About The Charity
We hope to cultivate a love for the environment, promote a sense of ownership, and encourage the community to play its part in preserving Singapore's legacy as a lush and vibrant City In A Garden. Through partnerships with organisations and individuals, GCF provides a platform for the community to be involved in and to contribute towards conservation, research, outreach and education initiatives. Established by the National Parks Board (NParks) in 2002, GCF is managed independently as a charity, where 100% of donations raised go towards projects it supports.