For our Fall 2017 Let's Fix the World workshop, two young people, Alf (age 10) and Mateo (age 11), ran a talent show to raise funds to help save tigers. There were musicians, acrobats, martial artists, and comedians, all between the ages of 7 and 11. There was also a raffle of prizes donated by families and local businesses. The performance was held at The Muse, a circus in Brooklyn, New York and successfully raised $257 to help stop the abuse of tigers in the wild.

The proceeds went to the Panthera Save the Tiger Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending the abuse of tigers and other wild cats. Data shows that there are only 3,890 tigers left in the world.

"Tigers are cool, interesting animals, and I feel badly that any animal is coming close to extinction. And I love all animals."

You can still make a donation directly to Panthera. Please consider choosing "save tigers" in the allocation field. And if you do donate, please consider letting us know the amount
so that we can keep track of the impact our project! Thank you!