Date: 8 September 2019 (Sunday)
Time: 9AM – 1PM
Venue: ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove

To sustain our efforts in cultivating the coral garden and further research and maintenance works, ONE°15 Marina is calling on our Members and partners to contribute to this cause by becoming a sponsor in the Plant-A-Coral-Today (PACT) Project, as part of our 12th Anniversary ONE°15 Eco Day celebrations. Backed by a team of coral researchers from NUS’ Tropical Marine Science Institute, we have a long term vision to build a thriving marine biodiversity within the waters of ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove, and eventually develop this as an educational site for students to explore and learn about marine biodiversity.


SPONSORSHIP
Minimum of $3,000
Sponsorship in cash
 only. Higher sponsorships are welcome

Sponsor’s Benefits

PLANT A CORAL
A representative from the organization/sponsor will be invited to plant a coral

MEDIA MENTION
Sponsor’s name will be mentioned in press release to be distributed to all mainstream and industry media

LOGO IN MEDIA
Sponsor’s logo to be featured on all press event and coral-planting ceremony collaterals, online and print

MENTION IN LONGITUDE
Mention of sponsor’s name and photo in Longitude’s post event coverage

CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION
Sponsor will receive a certificate of appreciation

INVITATION TO VIP EVENTS
Sponsors will be invited to a VIP reception and media event 

For enquiries, contact marketing.sc@one15marina.com or call 63092452.

MAKE A SPONSORSHIP

About the Coral Garden Project

New corals

Over the past years, ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove has been working on numerous eco-initiatives. This includes Project Perna, an eco-initiative of installing strings of mussels under the marina pontoon, as well as annual Club-wide participation in Earth Hour. The Club is also the first marina in South East Asia to receive the ‘Fish Friendly Marina’ accreditation awarded by Marina Industries Associations.

This project aims to:

  • Strengthen the marine biodiversity by restoring and gardening the corals in the marina.
  • Educate and motivate the public, especially the boaters community, to act environmentally responsible when out at sea.
  • Encourage recreational boaters to follow guidelines to minimise the impact of their activities on the rich marine life found in Singapore waters.

 

Follow our latest coral garden updates here. 

Come and make a PACT with us!

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