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Your regular support allows us to gather evidence and target the most endangered species using cutting-edge techniques, before it's too late.

We support projects in the UK and all over the world, funding conservation organisations, scientific researchers and wildlife experts. With your help we are able to offer three main types of grants, examples of which can be viewed via the links below.

Looking to apply for one of our grants? Please click on the Apply section at the bottom of the page.

  • 1. UK mammals

    Barbastelle Ian Davidson-Watts

    We’ve awarded over 100 UK mammal grants totalling £1.3 million. Recently we have supported a country-wide survey of bats, the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland and a project looking at the genetics of dormice.

    View our UK projects
  • 2. Worldwide species

    Persian leopard by Mohammad Farhadinia

    We’re saving endangered species around the world by encouraging innovative conservation. For example, we protected sea turtles in the Turks and Caicos Islands by funding groundbreaking research which changed fishing policies.

    View our worldwide projects
  • 3. Internship projects

    Intern Nadia at work

    Our internships offer the brightest future UK-based conservationists the chance to work on a specific conservation project in the UK for up to 18 months.

    View our intern projects
  • Apply

    1 Tortoise with radiotransmitter by Ivo Ivanchev

    If you are a scientist looking for a grant you can check our funding criteria and apply for one of our grants online.

    Apply online
  • Manage your application

    large blue butterfly by Sarah Meredith

    Once you have registered you can manage your account here. Check the status of your application, edit your profile and upload a report or other document.

    Go to application
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