Periodically, we are able to offer small grants of up to £500 to projects that can demonstrate measurable outcomes in the areas of freshwater habitat preservation, conservation, and creation, as well as research, including but not limited to taxonomy, phylogeny, threat assessment, in-situ and ex-situ captive breeding programs, and other works. Successful projects will be able to demonstrate tangible results of significant impact, that will benefit threatened species and/or their habitats.
We particularly favour projects that:
- are locally run and/or benefit local people
- will result in significant and measurable outcomes
- prioritise threatened habitats and/or species
- aim to prevent, stop, or reverse extirpations and extinctions of populations of species in freshwater ecosystems
CURRENTLY ONLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PROJECTS BASED IN BORNEO (Deadline: 31st October 2023)
To apply for a grant, please fill in the contact form below providing a brief explanation about your project (~300 words). Should your project qualify for consideration, someone will contact you within 10-14 days.