In the past 100 years, wild tiger numbers have plummeted by around 95%, to as few as 3,200. Help us protect the future of the world's largest big cat.
You can adopt Kamrita, a female Bengal tiger. Kamrita is one of the last 150 tigers left in Nepal. Kamrita represents all the tigers we help.Read more
A cuddly toy (optional)
My Tigers and Wild World magazine 3 times a year
Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more
To have us call you to set up your adoption over the phone, text
Callme to 70099
We'll try to contact you within 15 minutes.
Ringback service available 8am – 1am Mon-Fri and 8am – 10pm Saturday & Sunday.
No problem! you can print or email a personalised gift certificate online to give on the day
Many tigers are killed for profit; often by criminal gangs who operate across borders. Their skin, bones, teeth and other body parts are sold for pointless profit. How much would you give to help keep a tiger alive? We're asking for £3 a month.
As a regular donor we'll keep you updated by sending you our supporter magazine three times per year.
You get some great stuff when you join. For starters you'll receive your own awesome membership pack, which is chock-full of goodies.
and help protect our natural world for future generations. For example just £3 a month could help us map the location of palm oil plantations.
I'm proud to have supported WWF for as many years as I can remember. The work they are doing is great.Lesley-Anne
I am happy to support WWF in anyway I can to help save these species from extinction. Anyone thinking of doing so should.Duncan