Saving Malayan Tigers in Their Own “Roaring Way” | WWF Malaysia

Saving Malayan Tigers in Their Own “Roaring Way”



Posted on 06 January 2012   |  
Emcee for the event, Ian has his face painted like a tiger’s to attract the crowd’s attention.
© KDU University College/Desmond Teoh
 A group of seven students who are taking their diploma in Mass Communication at KDU University College staged a campaign with the aim to raise funds and awareness in support of WWF-Malaysia’s conservation efforts.

Over the span of a month, these public relations students managed to pull off the “Let Me Roar” campaign organising a bazaar where vendors and performers along with nature and food lovers contributed toward the efforts to protect Malaysia’s national pride- the Malayan tiger.

A total of RM2022.25 was raised through individuals and corporations who supported the students and their efforts in creating a voice for tigers in Malaysia.

For more information on how to kick start a meaningful and fun campaign with WWF-Malaysia, contact Brandon, Youth Outreach Executive through contactus@wwf.org.my
Emcee for the event, Ian has his face painted like a tiger’s to attract the crowd’s attention.
© KDU University College/Desmond Teoh Enlarge
Students of KDU University College are encouraged to pledge to support tiger conservation on a pledge board.
© KDU University College/Desmond Teoh Enlarge
WWF-Malaysia Youth Outreach Executive Brandon explaining the importance of safeguarding Malayan tigers.
© KDU University College/Desmond Teoh Enlarge

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