Our mission
To preserve the natural ecosystems of Siberia and the Far East to save rare and endangered species of the world's fauna
Project history
The idea to help the Amur tigers, the unique animals of Russia, came to Henrik and Julia Winter, the founders of Tigrus Holding, about 15 years ago.

This concept started the successful history of Tigrus Holding, a company with a charitable mission, where part of the revenue is used to support wildlife.

In 2018, the idea became the Tigrus Charitable Foundation with large-scale ecosystem conservation projects in Siberia and the Russian Far East.

In 100 years, the world population of tigers has declined 25-fold
Experts estimate that 100 years ago, at the beginning of the 20th century, there were about 100,000 tigers in the world.
The vast forested area from the Caspian Sea to the Pacific Ocean was a reliable home for them. Due to the expansion of human habitat and the consequences of human activities - the growth of cities with their infrastructure, deforestation, etc. - the tigers were displaced from their permanent habitat.
Amur tigers could disappear forever
Amur tigers in Russia's Far East have adapted to harsh, snowy winters and the Siberian taiga. The most important habitats are Primorsky and Khabarovsk regions of Russia. According to preliminary data based on counts from 2015, there were about 549 Amur tigers in the Far East of Russia. Today, experts estimate the number at 600 individuals. As a large and strong predator, the tiger is a very important element of the taiga ecosystems of the Far East and a natural indicator of their well-being. We need to keep a close eye on the tiger population and make every effort to increase the number of tigers so that they can settle in suitable habitats.
How do we help tigers?
  • Helping
    Support and increase the fodder base
  • Teaching
    Conduct environmental education for local residents, restaurant guests, and foundation participants
  • Defending
    Assist in conducting security activities
  • Exploring
    Monitor and study together with employees of conservation areas
The Amur tiger, one of the most beautiful animals in the world, is still on the list of rare and endangered species. Unfortunately, its population is still threatened today. You can join us and help the tigers in any way you can.
Let us help the Amur tiger together!