Did you know Singapore is home to a large variety of animal and plant species? We have at least 2,100 species of native vascular plants and more than 390 species of birds. In the waters of Singapore, there are at least 250 species of hard corals, over 200 species of sea sponges, 120 species of reef fish and other invertebrates.

Some of these species, like the Hawksbill Turtle, Sunda Pangolin and Blue-rumped Parrot, are endangered. These species play an important role in their respective ecosystems to ensure that the nature and biodiversity in Singapore continue to thrive. 

It is our duty to conserve the habitats of these species for the benefit of Singapore's natural heritage, and our future generations.

Hawksbill turtle

Hawksbill Turtle

Sunda Pangolin

Sunda Pangolin 

How will your donation be used?

Your donation will support conservation and research efforts including:

  • Marine Turtle Conservation programme
  • Coral Reef Conservation Programme
  • Species Recovery Programme (birds/butterflies/native species)
  • Outreach and education Programmes
  • Other conservation programmes

Conservation starts with you!

You may make a donation via:

For cheque donations, mail the cheque, payable to Garden City Fund, with your full name/company name, NRIC/FIN/UEN and purpose of donation written at the back of the cheque, to:

Garden City Fund
c/o National Parks Board HQ
1 Cluny Road
Singapore 259569

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).