Kate & Corwen embarked on a sponsored pilgrimage from Dorset (UK) to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, travelling with a hand- cart emblazoned with Survival posters. They raised £1,195 along the way – well walked!
Chris from Leeds organised a weekend festival called ‘Tribal Survival’ with workshops, music, dancing and more. He and his team raised a massive £4,000 for tribal peoples.
Hardeep from Chicago charges her sons a ‘taxi levy’ when she gives them a lift, and has raised $40 for Survival.
A school in Truro donated all proceeds from their production of Yanomamo, a musical about the Yanomami Indians of Brazil and their forest home.
By ‘walking your talk’ you will be making a vital contribution to the movement for tribal peoples. Without your support we can do nothing. With it, we can help tribal peoples take on the governments and corporations that threaten their existence – and win!
We hope this pack will help you put your ideas into action. If you need any more advice on how to make your event a success, please feel free to contact us; we are always happy to help.
Polina from St. Petersburg organises letter-writing lunches with work colleagues. In total they have written over 1,000 letters.
Pierre from Montreal sent out Survival brochures with his birthday party invitations, asking his friends for donations instead of gifts.
Harkiran’s 4th birthday party had a rainforest theme. All the guests donated to Survival rather than bring presents, and the party bags included a plant and a copy of Survival’s new cartoon book ‘There you go!’
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