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About Tiger Tim

It’s no underestimation that dramatic change is needed when we even try to comprehend just how half the world’s population battle against hunger, disease and stigma on a daily basis. Real Aid Founder Renu Mehta created the iconic Tiger Tim animated character to help give a voice to the voiceless. Against a backdrop of vast inequality, Tiger Tim who is the Real Aid Campaign mascot, a super cute hero cub, will help keep social justice issues, particularly poverty and climate change issues high on the global agenda.

Tiger Tim inspired the formation of the Tiger Tim Productions company which is engaged in the production of multimedia with a social purpose; including documentary films namely Disparity Feature Film, TV series such as ‘The Great & The Good’ and animation shorts featuring the Real Aid Campaign mascot ‘Tiger Tim’. All with the aim to raise awareness of the most serious threats facing humanity; poverty and climate change in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Tiger Tim ident by Twelve Stones Animation Ltd.

Tiger Tim has his own YouTube media channel, Tiger Tim Media where Real Aid social change content, namely Disparity Feature Documentary Film and its extended interviews are made available to the whole world to watch and share for free.

A series of Tiger Tim Animations where Tiger Tim holds governments and Foreign Aid stakeholders to account is under development and will be exclusively available on The Real Aid Website and the Tiger Tim Media platform.

Tiger Tim has his own products fashioned in his image, Tiger Tim Merchandise on this site so that anyone can own a symbol of Tim’s inspiring activism. Tiger Tim will use his cuteness and charisma to change the world!

Scorpions, Mikhail Gorbachev, Tiger Tim Toy
Mikhail Gorbachev with Tiger Tim Toy
Renu Mehta with Lech Walesa, Solidarity, and tiger Tim toy
The Scorpions Band with Real Aid founder Renu Mehta and Tiger Tim Tote Bag
Real Aid Founder Renu Mehta with James Mirrlees, Dalai Lama, Tony Robbins