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Location: ONE PUNGGOL,

Level 1 atrium

Dates: 25 May - 27 May,


28 may, 10am-4pm

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Ripped Cardboard

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Donate here!

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This project is sponsored by the Presbyterian Church of Singapore


What is Creation C.A.R.E?

Creation C.A.R.E (Children’s Action to Rescue Earth) is a community project that endeavours to inspire, encourage and empower children to care for creation and the environment.


We want to teach children the importance of creation care and simple actions they can take to make a difference.


Creation C.A.R.E will run through March - May 2023

Why get involved in Creation C.A.R.E?

It is important to care for God's Creation as His people.


Through Creation C.A.R.E, we hope to cultivate in the children an appreciation for God's Creation from a young age.

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How to get involved in Creation C.A.R.E?

Tell the Story of Creation​

  • Tell and Discuss the Story "There's a Rang Tan in my Bedroom"

  • Take on a fundraising project for Mandai Wildlife Group

  • Participate in or visit a Public Art Showcase​

More information found in the Educator's Guide. If you would like a copy, contact us below!

White Paper

Three Reasons
to C.A.R.E for Creation


God Himself says that His creation is very good and beautiful.

Genesis 1, 1:31


God commanded humans to take care of creation.


Genesis 1:28, 2:15


We only have one Earth, and we need to learn how to protect it.

Isaiah 65, Revelation 21

the creation story

How did it all begin?

Find out more about the story of Creation and how the earth came to be in the video.

Relive how God through His command created you and me, and every creature big and small on each day of Creation!


Orang Utan & its Rainforest Friends

In conjunction with the Singapore Zoo's 50th anniversary, we would like to raise awareness about the need for conservation for animals such as the Orang Utan, whose habitats are threatened due to human activity. The Orang Utan has been the Zoo's flagship animal who has always been popular amongst the crowds since their opening!


Due to deforestation to make way for palm oil plantations, we have lost over 50% of our orang utans worldwide - this means there are 25 orang utans killed everyday. Managing orang utan populations in zoos ensures their survival, and allows members of the public to appreciate and learn more about them. Hopefully, this creates an emotional connection with the animals and develops a desire to protect our orang utan friends.

Other rainforest friends include the two-toed sloth, the red-ruffed lemur and the pygmy


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Singapore Zoo Virtual Show

As part of our collaboration with the Mandai Wildlife Group (MWG), they will be conducting an exclusive virtual programme for participating schools for children to find out more about the orangutan and friends!

Art Showcase

Location: One Punggol, Level 1

Showcase Dates:

25 May - 27 May 2023, 10am-10pm

28 May, 10am - 4pm

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No. of 

Participating Centres


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No. of Children


participating preschools

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Little Seeds Preschool (St Andrew's)

Little Seeds Preschool  (TSA AMK)

Barker Road Methodist Little Lights Preschool- Barker

Bethel Day Care Centre

Bethesda (Ang Mo Kio) Kindergarten

Bethesda Depot Walk Preschool

Little Shepherds' Schoolhouse @St Joseph's Church

Centre of New Life Schoolhouse

Edelweiss Kindergarten Sembawang Presbyterian Church

Life Childcare Centre

Little Seeds Preschool (Calvary Baptist)

Little Seeds Preschool (Capstone)

Living Sanctuary Kindergarten

Lutheran Child Care Centre

Presbyterian Preschool & Little Olive Tree

Riverlife Kindergarten

St. James' Church Kindergarten (Gilstead)

St. James' Church Kindergarten (Leedon)

The Chinese Kindergarten Preschool

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