2017 Buffer Zone Poaching Patrols

Tigers4ever

$15.00 = £11.56
Britta Hansen
"Keep up your good work for these beautiful tigers👍👍👍 "
£20.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid = £20.00
Anonymous
£5.00 + £1.25 Gift Aid = £6.25
Rhys Perry
RAISED SO FAR
£5,930*
£5,929 exc. gift aid
*Total estimated after donations converted into GBP (£)
DONATIONS
93
TARGET
£12,960
see donations list
Britta Hansen "Keep up your good work for these beautiful tigers👍👍👍"
Britta Hansen donated $15.00 on 30/06/2017 at 18:30.
$15.00
From Britta Hansen
Britta Hansen
"Keep up your good work for these beautiful tigers👍👍👍"
Amount
$15.00
Date/Time
30/06/2017 18:30:29
Gift Aid
$0.00
Type
One Off
Anonymous donation of £20.00 on 23/01/2017 at 12:16. £20.00
From Anonymous
Anonymous
Amount
£20.00
Date/Time
23/01/2017 12:16:18
Gift Aid
£0.00
Type
One Off
Rhys Perry donated £5.00 with £1.25 gift aid on 14/01/2017 at 08:04. £5.00
From Rhys Perry
Rhys Perry
Amount
£5.00
Date/Time
14/01/2017 08:04:18
Gift Aid
£1.25
Type
One Off

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Charity Registration No: 1160528

Tigers4Ever is a UK based Registered Charity (Registered Charity Number: 1160528) originally established in late 2010. Tigers4Ever wants to ensure that wild tigers will be around for future generations to enjoy. Tigers4Ever raises awareness of the wild tigers’ plight; and tries to inspire people to support their conservation efforts. Tigers4Ever seeks to influence policy and the decision makers, where possible; and to raise funds for wild tiger conservation projects at ground level in India. Tigers4Ever is committed to working with the communities living with wild tigers to ensure that everyone can benefit from the tiger’s long term survival in the wild. In July 2015 Tigers4Ever launched the first of its kind "Buffer Zone Poaching Patrol" to address the fact that over 90% of wild tiger deaths in India occur in buffer forests. Tigers4Ever has also raised sufficient funds to construct a permanent wildlife waterhole to address the issues of man-animal conflict and prey-base stability in the buffer forests.

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