WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE CONSERVATION FUND
Wildlife Reserves Singapore, which manages the Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo, has been a regional leader in environmental conservation through captive breeding programmes, public outreach, scientific research and other conservation activities. To take this a step further, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund (WRSCF), a registered charity and Institution of Public Character, was established in 2009 with the primary purpose of conserving endangered native wildlife.
Singapore Polytechnic Environmental Club is proud to be one of the local tertiary institutions to raise funds at a charity bazaar for the WRSCF, held in conjunction with World Animal Day. Gurmit Singh and Kym Ng, ambassadors for the charity bazaar, was also present to auction off their personal belongings.