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Love spending time surrounded by nature? Passionate about greenery? Then come join us on this journey towards making Singapore our City in Nature.

Whether you are a student, professional, retiree or on a study/career break, we welcome you. Volunteers are important to us, and we value the time and contributions of every one on our volunteer programme.

This partnership with our greenery enthusiasts has allowed us to accomplish much more than we could. Join us and make a difference in our nature areas and green spaces!

Choose from a wide range of volunteer opportunities and sign up as our volunteer today! Click here to sign up!

  • Habitat Enhancement

Play an active role in supporting and promoting Singapore’s natural heritage by maintaining and enhancing habitats for our flora and fauna.

  • Horticulture

Work closely with our horticulturists and support them in managing the landscapes in parks and gardens. Take this opportunity to learn more about different plants and their characteristics in our green spaces.

  • Nature & Heritage Education

Be a guide in our parks and gardens, and share your knowledge on history, heritage, as well as flora and fauna with visitors.

  • Outreach & Event

Be involved in preparing for and running exciting events for the community.

Interested in habitat enhancement, horticulture, nature & heritage education, outreach & events? Click here to sign up as our volunteer today!

  • Citizen Science

Participate in organised research efforts to survey the biodiversity around us. The data you help collect can inform decision makers and help to formulate conservation strategies.

Click here for more details and registration.

  • Community in Bloom

Put your green fingers to good use as you maintain a garden, which includes sowing of seeds, pruning, weeding, fertilising the soil, composting and identifying and labelling plants.

For more details and registration, please visit our Community-in-Bloom page.

  • Friends of the Parks

The Friends of the Parks initiative consists of localised communities representing active stakeholders and volunteers within the park’s ecosystem.

More details and registration can be found on our Friends of the Parks page.

  • Nature Kakis

If you are a grassroots leader or volunteer looking for ways to get residents involved in greening Singapore, read on!

The Nature Kakis Network is a new touchpoint centred at the heart of local communities that will make City in Nature-related initiatives more accessible for members of the public to participate in. This initiative will provide more opportunities for the wider community to become stewards of nature by bringing together passionate like-minded individuals to share and exchange ideas with others in the wider community on how to conserve and steward our natural heritage.

There is currently a network of eight established chapters island wide, comprising Boon Lay, Bukit Gombak, Marymount, Moulmein-Cairnhill, Nee Soon South, Pasir Ris, Punggol, and Taman Jurong.

As part of this initiative, we will partner you, and help train you and your champions (other community leaders) to set up Nature Kakis chapters (small groups) in each constituency to organise various greenery and City in Nature-related activities such as tree-planting and guided walks for the community.

If you are a resident or grassroots volunteer of the following constituencies and you are interested in joining our Nature Kakis, do reach out to them below!


Email address (grassroots)

Boon Lay

Bukit Gombak



Nee Soon South

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Pasir Ris


Taman Jurong


We look forward to expand these efforts across the heartlands in Singapore and create a wider network of Nature Kakis chapters. Interested in starting one for your neighbourhood? Get in touch with us by filling in this form!


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Last updated on 26 May 2023

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