On 14 November 2015, in collaboration with An-Nahdhah Mosque Youth Executive Committee, FiTree organised a #FiTreeWalks at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. Here is a reflection by one of the participants: The Bishan Park walk was very nostalgic walk in the park for me, and at the same time, a new and exciting experience. I spent… Read More Reflecting in the Heart of Bishan
A gallery of Singapore’s natural treasures spotted by our FiTree members. In the near future, we will share with you our interesting findings, InsyaAllah! #FiTreesOfSingapore #SignsInQuranAndNature #GoGreenItsPartOfOurDeen
Khairiana (or Khairi for short) is one of the co-founders of FiTree, back in 2013. She has continuously led multiple efforts and events in hope to spread the message of Khalifah Fil ‘Ard (Stewards of the Earth). Qn: What motivated you to co-found FiTree? Towards the end of my time in uni, while bored senseless working on… Read More Humans of FiTree: Nur Khairiana Binte Mohamad Malek
Last Sunday, we were at MacPherson CC for a Welcome Back to School event for low income families. Organised in collaboration with Sang Nila Utama Society, Masjid Sallim Mattar and LIFE, FiTree is here with our #FiTreesArcade and #FitREEmarket. The kids were having a great time playing with and making cardboard games, after they’re done ‘shopping’… Read More Welcome Back to School!
Did you know That when bamboo is young It looks like grass Flimsy, weak and just so-so No one notices No one cares But eventually the grass Grows tall Grows strong Even its colour changes Everyone notices Everyone cares People cut and harvest it To use to make rice cakes Chairs houses mats Even speakers… Read More Thoughts on the Bamboo Tree