Singapore has seen massive amounts of change to its landscape. Yet, it's still home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna. Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund (WRSCF) was established in 2009 with the primary purpose of conserving Singapore’s endangered native wildlife.

To date, WRSCF has supported over 30 projects on the conservation and research of species that include the endangered banded leaf monkey, the elusive leopard cat, long-tailed macaques, coral reef restoration, local butterflies, amphibians, reptiles, and freshwater crabs.

Projects

Learn how different local species have benefitted from WRSCF’s support.

Grant application

All application material must be received by the stipulated deadline to be considered for the particular review cycle. The deadline may be extended at the discretion of the WRSCF management and the specialist panel.

 

Funding will be awarded on a competitive and case-by-case basis based on the following criteria:

  • Project is consistent with WRSCF objectives and strategic directions
  • Project is relevant to conservation
  • Project is feasible and has a high probability of success
  • Project contributes to education and outreach
  • Project maximises opportunities for collaboration and synergy


Submission Instructions:

  • The WRSCF applicant should fill out the application form
  • The application should be typewritten in English and in 12pt Courier or Times Roman font
  • Please strictly follow instructions on the maximum word count and/or maximum number of pages allowed

The Specialist Panel may request for additional information. Please note WRSCF does not provide support of institutional indirect costs such as overhead component and GST (goods and services tax).

Submit your hard copy proposal to:


Secretary (WRSCF-SP)
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

Alternatively, you may send an electronic copy of your proposal to [email protected]