Singapore Garden Festival (On-Going)

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Amount Above S$50,000 (cash and in-kind)
Suntec Singapore
City Developments Limited
Moove Media Pte Ltd
Clarins Singapore
Sony Singapore Marketing Company
Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd.
StarHub Limited

Amount Below S$50,000 (cash and in-kind)
Singapore Press Holdings Limited
Greenology Pte Ltd
Esmond Landscape and Horticultural Pte Ltd
Isetan (Singapore) Limited
Culina Pte Ltd
Singapore Airlines Limited
Yeo Hiap Seng Limited
Streetdirectory Pte Ltd
Bai-Quo Pte Ltd
Green Turf Pte Ltd
Kranji Countryside Association
NTUC Fairprice Co-operative Ltd
Culina Pte Ltd
IKEA Singapore

About the Project

The Singapore Garden Festival is a biennial show, positioned to be among the top flower and garden shows on the international calendar. The Festival brings together the world's top award-winning garden and floral designers to Singapore to showcase their masterpieces. Singapore's geographic location makes the Festival an ideal platform to showcase horticultural and gardening products and services from Asia, Americas, Europe and Oceania. The Festival has attracted increasing number of visitors from Singapore and around the world since its inaugural show in 2006.

Singapore Garden Festival has enjoyed extensive local and international media coverage. Our sponsors and partners have benefited from the intense media build-up in terms of brand awareness and reach to their target audiences. The Festival also provides a myriad of branding opportunities for companies seeking to connect with their audiences.

Visit the Singapore Garden Festival website and Facebook page.

Gift of Music Series at the Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Singapore Press Holdings

S$202,000 to fund a year-long concert series for the community.

About the Project

The Gift of Music Series in 2005 was SPH's contribution towards enriching the community with music through a year-long series of concerts held monthly at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and other venues.

It enabled the spread of the appreciation of music and at the same time leveraged on the Shaw Stage as a concert platform for home grown musicians and budding young performers to showcase their talents.

The concert performances showcased diverse genres, ranging from jazz, Latin, and light classical to pop, R&B and Chinese orchestral music.

The addition of such outreach activities attracted more people to visit the Gardens and provided them with an enhanced experience.

Nature Nurtures (On-Going, Since 2007)

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S$10,000 donated yearly since 2007 to fund programme.

About the Project

Nature Nurtures is a successful ongoing mentorship programme for secondary school students. Initiated by NParks and supported by Shell, the programme brings mentors and mentees on a journey of discovery through nature-based activities.

The programme aims to motivate teens to contribute positively to society, through skills that physically and mentally challenge them, and activities that are based on confidence and team building in a nature setting. Students have participated in various activities such as archery, coastal clean-ups, mangrove salvaging and water parameter testing.

Since its inception in 2007, Nature Nurtures has touched the lives of more than 100 students from Chestnut Drive Secondary School, Shuqun Secondary School and Northlight School.

Sun Club Programme (On-Going, Since 2006)

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Singapore Press Holdings (SPH Foundation)

S$46,000 to fund the programme.

About the Project

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Initiated by NParks and launched on 3 October 2006, the SUN Club programme has been supported by Singapore Press Holding Foundation (SPH Foundation) since the beginning.

The SUN Club programme was founded on the idea of 'nature for everyone' and was the first nature appreciation programme for parks and nature reserves that was specially designed for students with special needs.

With the help of trained guides and volunteers, SUN Club participants have visited some of Singapore's most fascinating nature areas such as Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Pulau Ubin, East Coast Park, Fort Canning Park and Pasir Ris Park. Participants are also treated to various hands-on educational activities.