Our native orchids need you!

Singapore was once home to 229 species of native wild orchids. More than two thirds of them - 170 of them – to be precise are now extinct, and have disappeared forever.

You may not realise that out of the remaining 59 native orchids, 54 are either critically endangered or rare and only 5 are common.

Ensuring the survival of our native orchids

With the help of local orchid experts at the National Parks Board, Garden City Fund started an Orchid Conservation Fund to raise some $250,000 to save our native orchids.

Bulbophyllum Medusae flowered at Bukit Batok Nature ParkBulbophyllum Pulchellum was rediscovered in March 2010 after it disappeared for more than 50 yearsTiger Orchids at Pasir Ris ParkRe-introduced Bulbophyllum Vaginatum, an endangered species, flowered at Tiong Bahru ParkReintroduction of native orchids at Dairy Farm Visitor Centre

How will your donation be used?

The Orchid Conservation Fund will be used to support the following:

  • Monitor existing orchid species
  • Explore ways to conserve orchid germplasm
  • Increase orchid numbers through re-introduction into appropriate habitats
  • Critical research and education to enable the survival of our local orchid species

Save our native orchids now!

  • Step 1: Donate here.
  • Step 2: Complete and send us the form

Your donation will entitle you to 2.5 times tax deduction.

For cheque donations, complete the form in Step 2 above, and mail the cheque, payable to Garden City Fund, with your full name written at the back of the cheque, to:

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