A brand new experiential pop-up from ZSL has opened on Foubert’s Place. Immerse yourself in the life of Nepalese tailors, hairdressers and guesthouse owners to raise vital funds to tackle the global scourge of the illegal wildlife trade.
International conservation charity, ZSL, have taken over 14-18 Fouberts Place in Carnaby, as part of the charity’s UK Aid Match appeal - For People. For Wildlife.
Made from recycled card, the insta-worthy 2D design tells the story of the people living on the borders of Nepal’s wildlife-rich national parks and how, with support from ZSL, rural communities are no longer reliant on the forest for survival and are living side-by-side with wildlife.
Buy a donation gift to support a sustainable livelihood and pose with Shanti the life-sized cardboard elephant, every pound raised at the experience will be matched by the UK Aid Match appeal.
The For People. For Wildlife. appeal will allow ZSL to team up with and support more rural communities in Nepal and Kenya to set up sustainable ways to make a living, empowering them to feed their families, build independent futures and protect the wildlife they live alongside.
The survival of wildlife depends on solutions that work for everyone. ZSL needs your help to support communities in Nepal and Kenya to build sustainable livelihoods, escape poverty and protect local wildlife.
Give to ZSL’s For People, For Wildlife appeal by 31 December and the UK government will match every pound you donate – up to £2million – meaning your donation has never made more difference. See HERE to Donate now.
Visit ZSL’s pop up experience in Carnaby, open until Thursday 31 October.
14-18 Fouberts Place
10am – 7pm Monday to Saturday
10am – 8pm on Thursday
11am – 6pm Sunday
For more information see zsl.org