Trees form the cornerstone of a garden city. Whether tall and majestic or willowy and graceful, trees give life, figuratively and literally. You can now take part in the greening of our Garden City through the Plant-A-Tree Programme.
Support the Garden City Fund and be involved in the growth and conservation of our natural heritage.
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Thank you for your interest in our Garden City.
I am delighted with the transformation of Singapore into today’s Garden City and I am excited to have the opportunity to continue to contribute to its further transformation into a City in a Garden.
With this vision in mind, the Garden City Fund was established in 2003 as a registered charity and IPC to encourage and enable like-minded individuals and organizations to be involved in the greening of our Garden City.
This is important, as through our involvement, we shall be able to play a part in creating a green, healthy, livable and salubrious environment that we can all enjoy and also ensure its continuity for generations to come. After all we can only reap what we sow.
Since the launch, the GCF through the generous and constructive support of its partners and sponsors has been able to realize many important projects that have contributed to the growth of our Garden City.
One good example of how a community can contribute towards this goal is through the Plant-A-Tree programme. It has enabled individuals and the community to be involved in the greening of our Garden City, simply by planting trees. In addition, this is something every one of us can do, to offset the carbon footprints we create daily.
While we are very heartened by these successes, my earnest hope is that more individuals and organizations will step forward to partner us on this exciting journey to realize our vision of a City in a Garden.
This is so that our community can learn to accommodate our natural heritage into our lives so that nature and modern living can coexist together. This would ensure the survival of our plant species and bioversity so that it can continue to benefit our future generations and us.
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Thank you for your past, present and future support of GCF and Mother Earth.
Prof Leo Tan