grants and projects
People’s Trust for Endangered Species is dedicated to funding scientific research into the conservation of endangered species and their habitats, and do so through our three grant schemes.
We support projects all over the world, through our worldwide grants, and last year funded a range of projects including cheetah conservation in South Africa and tracking Hawksbill turtles in the Turks and Caicos islands.
We focus much of our attention on British mammal conservation so also offer UK mammals grants. We welcome applications from voluntary conservation organisations, scientific researchers, individuals and consortia for financial support for work that relates to the conservation of mammals in the British Isles. We have recently reviewed the focus for our mammals grants so please check details on the UK mammals grants pages.
We also offer internship awards to assist the next generation of British mammal, herpetology and invertebrate conservationists and researchers.
current and past projects
- Take a look at the types of grants awarded over the past 10 years and click here to see a list of all projects we have funded since 2000.
- Or read about some of our current and past projects by clicking on the grant type in the left hand menu.
how to apply
If you wish to apply to us for funding, please visit the relevant pages in the left hand menu.
Please note we are only accepting grant applications via our online system. Allow yourself plenty of time to go through the application process. We recommend starting your application at least two weeks before the deadline. We get a huge number of queries leading up to a closing date and therefore cannot guarantee to respond to all those made within a day or two of the deadline. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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