Tiger Awareness

Henry, Jason, Sam and Ben ride from London to Paris

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Big thanks to Henry Davis, malady Jason Winter, for sale Sam Robinson and Ben Freeman for cycling from London to Paris on July 8th 2014 and raising £1,214.30 towards keeping the tiger wild! If everyone did what these guys have achieved the tiger population would be growing in abundance instead of declining. If you feel inspired to raise money to save the tiger from extinction, then please visit the Tiger Awareness JustGiving fundraising page to get started.


Latest JustGiving Tiger Awareness Fundraising Events

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Big thanks to all those currently raising funds towards out tiger conservation work. Please take a look at our Just Giving page to see all those taking an active stance in raising funds. We are aiming to build a permanent school building in the Sundarbans, viagra dosage next to the handicraft project we support.

We encourage and hopefully inspire everyone to get involved in starting their own fundraising event for Tiger Awareness, here in doing so we can together stop the death of this magnificent creature. It is the guardian of the forest, cialis along with those who depend on the forest for their lives.

Keep Tiger Wild!

All those who raise funds for this cause will be featured on our site in our lovely fundraising gallery after completion of event.

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Tara Broughton – £1500

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I chose tiger awareness because tigers are my favourite animal and I am all too aware of what an endangered species they are. Having read about Tiger Awareness I was very impressed that not only do they contribute to saving the tiger but also in educating people about the plight of the tiger.

Animal Friends Insurance I know that there are many tiger charities that have a similar ethos but the final factor was that they are based in Leicester, price which is the home of the rugby team I support and who funnily enough are known as “Leicester Tigers”.