29 July is Global Tiger Day 2016.
We need your help more than ever to help us give wild tigers a future. Do you think you have what it takes to save tigers? Can you hold a coffee morning, cake sale or other special tiger event to bring in donations? We’d love to support you whatever your plans – please get in touch, or download one of our posters or pictures (scroll to the bottom of the page) to share on social media.
How can you support us on Global Tiger Day 2016?
We are encouraging our supporters and tiger lovers across the world to put on fundraising events on this day and help us raise as much as possible for wild tigers. We’ve pulled together some resources to help you including posters and pictures to use online to show your support.
- We’ve prepared posters to help you advertise your own events. You could hold a fundraising event at your business, home or clubs you attend. Encourage participants to wear stripes for a day, hold a bake sale or coffee morning – don’t forget to let us know what you are doing so we can help you to advertise!
- If you own a small business, you could pop up one of our posters and have a collection jar out for us, check below for our resources section and print-it-yourself labels and posters.
- Add a Twibbon to your Facebook and/or Twitter pages.
- Replace your Facebook Cover with one of our special Tiger Day covers from the resource section below.
- Find out if your local zoo are running special activities!
- Check out our full fundraising inspiration guide, or fundraisers gallery for more ideas.
Global Tiger Day was established in 2010 at the St Petersburg Tiger Summit when tiger range countries declared their aim to double wild tiger numbers by 2022.
This ambitious plan has galvanised actions across Asia, where the Global Tiger Recovery Programme is being put into force. The threats to wild tigers are enormous. Human population pressure, habitat destruction, illegal demand for tiger parts, poaching and disease. Positive actions from all sides; conservation organisations, governments, zoos and members of the public are working together to safeguard wild tigers for the future. Reports this year suggest that wild tiger populations are increasing in both Russia and India thanks to collaborative efforts from these groups.
Tiger Day 16 is an opportunity to donate to wild tiger conservation and to build awareness of the issues effecting their survival. Please help! The more we raise the bigger the changes that can be made.
This year a great number of zoo’s will be holding fundraising events for Tiger Day 16. We’ve developed loads of special resources and posters specifically for this purpose, please get in touch if you would like to hold your own fundraising event at work! Where possible please use the hashtag #TigerDay16 so we can keep track of the celebrations on the day!
If you need some inspiration on what to do check out what we did on Global Tiger Day last year.
Wild tigers need you more than ever, please share the images below far and wide.