People’s Trust for Endangered Species is accepting proposals from scientific researchers and workers in the field of conservation for Worldwide Small Grants Program 2014. The major purpose of the grant program is to support the works that aim the conservation of individual endangered species and their habitats.
The program offers grants between £2,000 and £8,000 for projects of up to two years duration.
PTES Worldwide – suitable for research or conservation projects that focus on one or more endangered species, or their habitat.
PTES Mammal – especially for projects on mammal species in the British Isles and Republic of Ireland.
Eligibility Criteria –
For PTES Worldwide grants, applicants must be already working and established in either the UK, UK overseas territories or any county not classified by the World Bank as high-income.
For PTES Mammal grants, proposed projects must be based in the British Isles or Republic of Ireland.
PTES also provides Worldwide Continuation Grants. The grants are for projects that are being held from time ahead, the grants amount are larger (between £10,000 and £25,000) for projects of between two and five years duration annually awarded in July with April as deadline to submit proposals.
For more information and guidelines, please visit PTES Grants Guidelines for Applications page.