Our Campaign Storyends 31 May 2023, 11:59 PM
Climate change is the defining crisis of our time. As one of the biggest long-term threats to humanity, the global transition to a low-carbon economy is more urgent than ever. Investors now recognise the importance of managing the risks and seizing the opportunities that climate change presents. The inception of the Lion-OCBC Securities Singapore Low Carbon ETF on 22 April 2022 demonstrates our responsibility towards the environment and a sustainable future and reinforces our commitment towards responsible investing.
In conjunction with the first anniversary of the Lion-OCBC Securities Singapore Low Carbon ETF and Earth Day on 22 April 2023, Lion Global Investors is committed to planting 50 trees in support of NParks' OneMillionTrees movement. This initiative represents our efforts to conserve our natural heritage and leave a legacy for the next generation.
Every $300 tax-deductible donation to the Garden City Fund enables a tree to be planted in one of its green spaces. This supports the OneMillionTrees movement, bringing us closer to realising NParks' vision of becoming a City in Nature, a key pillar of the Singapore Green Plan 2030.
Your donation will entitle you to a 2.5 times tax deduction, with a valid NRIC/FIN number (individual) or local UEN/Business Registration Number (organisation).
By donating to this campaign, you are consenting to allow Garden City Fund to share your name, email address and donation details with Lion Global Investors.
About The Charity
Established by the National Parks Board (NParks) in 2002, Garden City Fund is managed independently as a charity, where 100% of donations raised go towards projects it supports. The charity hopes to cultivate a love for the environment, promote a sense of ownership, and encourage the community to play a part in preserving Singapore's legacy as a lush and vibrant City in Nature. Through partnerships with organisations and individuals, GCF provides a platform for the community to be involved and contribute towards conservation, research, outreach and education initiatives.