Schools and Community Groups
Clubs, community youth groups, associations, and schools help
build TigerAidís Kids 4 Tigers by offering creative and innovative
awareness building and fundraising support. Together we can help
save more tigers and their habitat! For help turning ideas into
action, contact us at Kids
What You Can Do
Help Spread the Word
Organize your friends and colleagues to make presentations about
the Kids 4 Tigers. Print out a flyer and distribute it to your
club, class, and church group. Send a letter to the editor of
your local paper. TigerAid and the wild tigers it saves benefit
from the power of many. For more information contact Kids
Help Raise funds for Kids 4 Tigers
Letís roll! Launch a fundraising drive that will help protect
the world's remaining wild tigers and their habitat. You can create
your own fundraising Kids
4 Tigers PledgePage site in minutes. Manage your outreach
activities with email and contact management tools, and post photos,
diary entries, and other information about your fundraising effort
for tigers. Children from a youth group can start an annual Tiger
Walk-a-thon dedicated to a project supported by TigerAid. Show
the world you and your friends care!
Start your Kids 4 Tigers PledgePage today. Click
here to start!
girls and boys club can open a lemonade stand to raise money;
Junior High School can rally support through an effort coordinated
by their Parent Teachers Association;
Secondary School can organize a school event working through their
from a youth group can start an annual Tiger Walk-a-thon dedicated
to a project supported by TigerAid.
TigerAid operates a "dollar in = dollar out" policy for all donations
from Kids 4 Tigers. 100% of the money you send us will go directly
to tiger projects in the field. No money is kept for TigerAidís
overhead. TigerAidís corporate and private contributors, who contribute
directly to overhead costs, support this policy.
Learn More About Tigers
Are you interested in finding out more about Tigers from a kids
perspective? Learn from one of our Kids
4 Tigers here.