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Plant a tree with us!

Commemorate your child’s birth by planting a tree! Join us in sowing the seeds of a greener future and laying the foundations for generations to come. 

  • Step 1: Check the Eligibility Criteria

    • To qualify for tree planting under FamilyTrees,

    1. Either one or both parents must be a Singapore Citizen, and;

    2. Families should have a child under 3 years of age, at the point of event registration, i.e., upon the birth of the child, families will have a 3-year time frame to register for a tree planting opportunity under FamilyTrees.

Location: Lakeside Garden/Jurong Lake Garden

Date: 13 April 2024 (Saturday)

Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm


Location: Punggol Park Connector

Date: 27 April 2024 (Saturday)

Time: 9.30am to 10.30am


Become a volunteer!

Have a passion for nature or greenery? Want to give back to society and contribute to a meaningful cause? Come join us as a volunteer and be part of our journey towards building a greener Singapore!

About FamilyTrees

A joint collaboration by NParks and Families for Life

In tandem with the Year of Celebrating SG Families (YCF), the FamilyTrees initiative was officially launched on 12 March 2022 to celebrate our strong, intergenerational family bonds.

FamilyTrees provides Singaporean families the opportunity to commemorate their child’s birth by planting a tree, within 3 years of their child’s birth date. This is a joint collaboration by the National Parks Board and Families for Life, as part of the OneMillionTrees movement that aims to transform Singapore into a City in Nature.

FamilyTrees invites Singaporeans and families to play their part in creating a greener and more sustainable Singapore together as a lasting legacy for their children. Commemorate your child’s birth by planting a tree today!

Learn more about the OneMillionTrees movement here.

Programme Highlights

Name your tree after your child

Much like the birth of a child, planting a tree heralds the dawn of new beginnings. Celebrate this joyous occasion by planting a tree in his/her name!

The Symbolic Meaning of Trees: A movement for the next generation

Trees play a crucial role in creating a livable environment in our city. The planting of trees is often symbolic of one generation laying the foundations of the future for the next generation to come. Through the FamilyTrees initiative, families can play an active role in building a City in Nature for future generations to enjoy.

Certificate of Appreciation

Every family will be presented with a Certificate of Appreciation as a token of gratitude to commemorate their participation in our FamilyTrees event.


Locate your tree on the map by searching for your child’s name with the
TreesSG geolocator! Visit your tree with your child every now and then and watch as it grows together with your child!

Hear From Our Participants

Mong Chin:

Family Tree? How About a Tree for the Family

“We enjoyed shovelling the sand and watering the tree after it was planted. We chose the easier option with the ready-dug hole because my son is just two months old, and couldn't really help. But I saw many other families there really having fun digging the soil, while learning about trees and generally having a great time!”

Find out more about Mong Chin’s story here.

Si Min:

Interview with Family Trees Si Min

“He got to experience nature, to see other families having fun together, and most importantly, to spend quality time with both me and his father—I think that really made a difference for him.”

Find out more about Si Min’s story here.

Dick Lai:

Spreading the Joy of Tree-Planting with Families - Interview with Dick Lai

"Tree-planting is truly such a richly meaningful activity for parents and children, and I'm really glad my kids, wife and I got to be a part of this project. And it’s even better that I can continue to spread the joy of planting trees with other families as a volunteer."

Find out more about Dick’s story here.

Fazli Zukifli:
Making Memories for a Lifetime: An Interview with Hands-on Dad Fazli Zukifli

“I tried to go through everything, like how to hold the shovel, how deep to dig and how to water the plant. I didn’t want to just plant a tree, I wanted to embed an educational aspect into the activity.”

“The tree may not mean anything to my daughter now, but maybe 20 years later, she can bring her boyfriend to that tree and tell him about it. It’s meaningful this way.”

Find out more about Fazli's story here.