Animals great and small are body beautiful all year round. Get your kit off for big cats and run as nature intended at ZSL London Zoo’s Streak for Tigers.
International conservation charity the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is calling on those who are proud to prowl naked and show their support for wildlife to sign up for its Streak for Tigers on Thursday 13 August at ZSL London Zoo.
Following the outrageous success of the 2013 and 2014 events, cheeky challengers are being called upon to strip off and raise big cash for big cats.
Fearless fundraisers are being invited to unleash their inner animal and show they dare to bare for a good cause, raising much needed funds to help ZSL work for wildlife and protect tigers through global conservation projects.
Around 300 participants take part in Streak for Tigers in order to raise money for Sumatran tigers at ZSL London Zoo. About £60,000 was raised to help save the critically endangered species. The 300 participants sadly represent the 300 Sumatran tigers that remain in the wild today. Picture date: Thursday August 15, 2013. Photograph: Johnny Green
Ali Corbett, Challenge Events Manager, at ZSL, said: “We can’t wait to welcome body beautiful runners of all shapes and sizes to ZSL London Zoo for the only official streak in London!
“Over the past two years the risqué run has raised more than £115k for tiger conservation, and we’re hoping this year we can inspire sassy streakers to strip off and help us raise even more funds to continue our work for wildlife.” The route will take streakers around the heart of the Zoo past some incredible animals.
Not quite brave enough? Come and watch!
The event will have a small number of spectator tickets for streakers’ friends and family for the evening. Access to the site will be limited to the area where the Streak is taking place but it’s guaranteed to be an evening you’ll never forget and spectators and challengers will have access to The Terrace restaurant on the night. Spectator tickets are £15.