National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Seabird Conservation Program
The overlap of seabirds and humans on oceanic islands and in the marine environment has driven many species to the brink of extinction. Consequently, a major challenge to effective seabird conservation is to mitigate human-induced threats at multiple temporal and spatial scales; in other words, to protect and restore habitats utilized by seabirds throughout the entire life cycle (on both land and at sea). The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has released this RFP for research that will focus on several geographies within the Pacific, including the following priority regions: Alaska, Chile, California Current (including Mexico), Hawaii and US overseas lands and territories in the Pacific. All proposals must specifically address how projects will directly and measurably contribute to the Pacific seabird program business plan goals.
August 16, 2018
John Ball Zoo's Wildlife Conservation Fund
The John Ball Zoological Society makes grants to conserve wild animals and their habitats; to improve the management of captive animals; and to develop education programs related to these objectives. Many projects funded by the Wildlife Conservation Fund have been education based with an eye to helping communities learn about the wildlife around them.
Sept. 4, 2018
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Connservation Grants
Established more than 25 years ago, the Columbus Zoo Fund for Conservation has helped hundreds of dedicated wildlife heroes across the globe protect threatened and endangered animals and their critical habitats. Each year the Zoo awards 70 grants to projects in 30 countries. The Columbus Zoo makes conservation grants for research, local community involvement, capacity building, environmental education, and behavior change leading to improved conservation of wildlife and habitat. Grant requests may range from US$1 thousand to US$25 thousand, but grants are limited to US$5 thousand for first-time applicants.
Sept. 15, 2018
Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust: Reptile & Amphibian Conservation Grant
The Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust awards a number of grants to individuals undertaking nature conservation projects in the UK and internationally (mainly developing countries). Projects may involve practical habitat or species management, research, training, education, awareness raising or campaigning. The current funding opportunity is for reptile and amphibian conservation.
Oct. 31, 2018
Foundation Segré: (Call for Concept Papers) Wildlife Conservation
Fondation Segré focuses on the conservation of threatened species and their habitat, and the restoration of degraded ecosystems. It supports conservation projects around the world – including in the developing regions of Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; Asia-Pacific; and Europe and the Middle East. The Foundation welcomes proposals anytime in the preliminary form of a brief concept. If the concept is approved by the Foundation, the proponent will be invited to submit a full proposal. Proposals are welcome anytime in the preliminary form of a concept of no more than 2,000 words.
Proposals are welcome anytime.
National Geographic: Big Cats Initiative
Proposals including any of the following criteria are encouraged: • Innovative projects with results for saving big cats in the wild • Anti-poaching programs • Interventions leading to declines in big cat mortality • Projects that test new technology • Educational projects focused on community • Projects that establish economic incentives for local people to ensure long-term survival of big cats
KR Foundation Grant for Long-term Impact on our Climate and Environment
The mission of KR Foundation is to help provide answers to, stimulate mind shifts about, and encourage action on, the long-term challenges faced by current and future generations living on a planet with finite resources, fragile ecosystems, and climate change. As a philanthropic foundation, KR Foundation typically engages in areas where neither governments nor markets actors seem to have incentives to act. Not restricted by short-term considerations and profit concerns, KR Foundation engages in non-profit activities with long-term impact on our climate and environment.
Proposal accepted on an ongoing basis.
Waitt Foundation: Rapid Ocean Conservation Grants
The Waitt Foundation makes the Rapid Ocean Conservation (ROC) grants to strengthen and expand marine protected areas, and to promote sustainable fisheries. Grants support scientific research, policy, management, and public awareness. The proposed project must support sustainable fishing and/or marine protected areas. There are no geographical restrictions.
Proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis throughout the year