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Big Grant Announcement – $10,000 for Wildlife Conservation!

2018 Grant Awardee Marina Garrido Priego (Osa Conservation), her project focused on creating the first conservation action plan for the Golfo Dulce Poison Dart Frog using citizen science and tiny-tech.

The Alongside Wildlife Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity supported by a grassroots network of people passionate about wildlife. Through research and outreach, we promote science-based solutions for living alongside wildlife in perpetuity. Aldo Leopold said, “There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.” The Alongside Wildlife Foundation represents those of us who cannot.

The Alongside Wildlife Foundation has awarded over $10,000 to wildlife conservation projects around the world. We are now pleased to announce a Request for Proposals specifically for projects that are led by or will increase involvement of minorities and members of marginalized groups in wildlife conservation. Beyond this overarching goal, The Alongside Wildlife Foundation will support projects that involve:

  • collecting data (including basic natural history information) that can inform plans that allow people to live alongside wildlife
  • communicating science to communities with the goal of reducing human/wildlife conflict, and/or
  • implementing science-based strategies for living alongside wildlife populations.

 

Total Funding Available: We anticipate providing up to $10,000 to 1-2 projects. 

 

How to Apply: View our website and check out the information we require. Then, e-mail a completed proposal (detailed below) to admin@AlongsideWildlifeFoundation.org. If you represent a small or international organization include letters written on your behalf by independent institutions. If you are a graduate student, include a letter of support from your advisor.

 

Due Date: November 8th 2019       

 

Evaluation: Proposals will be evaluated by a committee formed for this purpose.

 

The Alongside Wildlife Foundation is supported through a huge (and growing) network of small donors. That makes a recurring donation of $1 or $2 important and valuable to us while we find and fill the important niches overlooked by the huge conservation institutions and agencies. If you feel our mission is important, we hope you will join our grassroots base. Learn how here.