How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation will enable one coral nubbin to be transplanted to a Reef Enhancement Unit.
Your donation will enable two coral nubbins to be transplanted to a Reef Enhancement Unit.
Your donation will enable three coral nubbins to be transplanted to a Reef Enhancement Unit.
Your donation will enable four coral nubbins to be transplanted to a Reef Enhancement Unit.
About Campaignends 02 Sep 2021, 11:59 PM
The Garden City Fund's Plant-A-Coral programme is a platform for organisations and individuals to support the habitat enhancement efforts at the Sisters' Island Marine Park.
The programme aims to enhance our marine biodiversity by providing areas for marine organisms to grow and reef fish to seek refuge. Coral nubbins (small coral fragments) will be transplanted from a coral nursery to Reef Enhancement Units.
With a minimum donation of $200, organisations and individuals will be able to sponsor a coral. These coral nubbins will be transplanted to Reef Enhancement Units.
For every $200 donation, one person is entitled to participate in a free guided tour at St John's Island to learn about the island's biodiversity and heritage. The tour also includes a visit to the Marine Park Outreach and Education Centre, which showcases Singapore's marine conservation efforts and biodiversity.
Note: All donations to Garden City Fund (GCF) with a valid NRIC/FIN number (individual) or local UEN/Business Registration Number (organisation) are 2.5 times tax-deductible. Your donation details will be provided to IRAS and included in your next tax assessment automatically.
In support of green efforts, we will not be issuing any receipts for donations received, unless upon request. If you require printed receipts, please send us an email at [email protected]
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.