Mark your Diary: Wear it Wild for a day to help WWF. Love wildlife forever 27 May 2016

Mark your diary for this WWF event in London called Wear it Wild for a day.  Love wildlife forever. As a teenager I used to be a WWF activist in Italy and I still enjoy supporting nature and animals. Here is a good campaign for all nature lovers.

WWF event 27 May 2016

What:     WWF is calling for everyone across the UK to sign up and take part in Wear it Wild – WWF’s unique annual fundraising event.

From mums on the school run to CEO’s up and down the country, people will wear their wildest clothes for the day to raise money and awareness for WWF’s work to protect endangered species and their habitats. Sign up now at
When:    Friday 27 May 2016

Where:  Across the UK. It’s open to everyone – whether you’re a school pupil or a CEO, you can help protect our incredible planet and wildlife by wearing it wild.

How:      Wear it Wild challenges the nation to be as wild as they dare.

Some ideas to get you started, you can:
·         Wear your favourite animal onesie in the office
·         Don leopard print leggings on the school run
·         Have a Wear it Wild cocktail party at home

So help WWF raise vital funds to help protect our beautiful planet.

Why:      Sometimes you just have to let loose and go wild to show your passion for a cause.  In the past 40 years, the planet has lost more than half of its wildlife populations.  That’s why on Friday 27 May WWF is asking people to take part in WWF’s ‘Wear it Wild’.

Why take part? What’s the urgency?

·      Populations of incredible species have declined by 52 per cent in just forty years
·      95% of wild tigers have disappeared in the last century to just 3,200 in 2010
·      Rhino poaching has increased by 9300% in the past 8 years

Money raised from Wear it Wild will help support WWF’s work to protect endangered species around the world.  So go wild and be part of something that will really make a difference!

Wear it Wild is WWF’s nationwide fundraising event, which asks people to dress up to show their wild side, to help protect incredible wildlife and their habitats.  Schools, businesses and communities around the country will don leopard print ties, animal print nails and even wild onesies s to raise money for WWF’s work to protect endangered species around the world.

Follow #WearItWild on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest.

WWF is one of the world’s largest independent conservation organisations, with more than five million supporters and a global network active in more than one hundred countries. Through our engagement with the public, businesses and government, we focus on safeguarding the natural world, creating solutions to the most serious environmental issues facing our planet, so that people and nature thrive.

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