One Minute Brief of the day:
Campaign to promote WWF-UK’s Wear it Wild Day
Encourage people to Wear it Wild on Friday 27th May and raise funds for WWF-UK’s vital work to protect wildlife. Design a poster for social media (landscape orientation preferred) to spread the message and inspire people to register for their fundraising pack and raise funds.
Tweet your poster to @OneMinuteBriefs and @wwf_uk with hashtag #WearItWild.
The winner will receive £250 cash and a Wear it Wild goody bag. Their design will be featured on WWF-UK’s social media – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Wear it Wild for a day. Love wildlife forever.
Sign up, dress up and donate to protect our world’s wildlife.
Since 1970, populations of wild species have fallen by half. Among these are iconic species like rhinos, polar bears, lions, elephants and tigers.
This year, though tiger numbers rose for the first time in conservation history, WWF needs help to answer the overwhelming challenge of species decline and create more success stories for other animals under threat.
In workplaces, schools and homes up and down the country on Friday 27th May, people will be donning wildlife-inspired fancy dress to help protect precious wildlife.
From cocktails with tails at home, tiger stripes in the classroom to rampaging rhinos in the office, taking part in Wear it Wild is a way to stand out from the herd whilst raising vital funds and awareness of the threats facing animals and their habitats.
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.
Find out more about our work, past and present at wwf.org.uk.