Welcome to Zoo to You - Wild Challenges in aid of Wildlife! 

Run for wildlife


Home not-alone

A lot of us are living a new in-door life at the moment but it doesn't mean we can't join together, while we stay apart, and make a difference for wildlife around the world.

Even with the positive news stories as our environment takes a breather, wild animals still face extinction and need our help. But there’s good news, we can act for them right here in our homes.

That’s why we’re inviting you to take on ZSL’s #WildAtHome challenge today and do something awesome for animals.  

Can you host an all-night knit-in? Get the whole family up for an hour’s epic danceathon? Or create makeup tutorials to transform yourself into a tiger?

We think fundraising should come in weird and wonderful forms, celebrating our skills, diversity and passions, and we can’t wait to hear your wild ideas! 

 

Fun ways to fundraise

Help us keep working for wildlife around the world and start your ZSL #WildAtHome challenge today.

Create you fierce and fabulous JustGiving page here or get in touch with our team at fundraising@zsl.org.

Every single penny you raise, no matter how big or small, will help make a real difference to supporting our conservation work worldwide and animals in our Zoos.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s do this!

 

Ideas to get #WildAtHome

In case you’re after a little inspiration here’s our fundraising pack brimming with ideas. It was written before we were apart so it might need a little imagination, but we know you’re up to the challenge!


Untame that mane
Does your mane rival Bhanu, our Asiatic lion’s? Are you without a hairdresser during lock down? Or just days from discovering your real hair colour? We feel your pain, but now is the time to celebrate your mane! See how crazy that hair can grow - think Movember, but bigger!  

Step it up
Get inspired by our ZSL fundraising executive, Sam McGuire, who is taking on a ‘garden half’ – a half marathon in her backyard – to support ZSL. Click through to Sam’s page to see the map of her training route – think the Spaghetti Junction multiplied by 100!