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Holohil Systems, Ltd.

Donations of radio-tracking equipment (i.e., transmitters) for wildlife research, education, and conservation

Principal Office: Canada

Holohil Systems Ltd supplies radio-tracking equipment and related services for wildlife research, education, and conservation.

The company’s grant program offers transmitters at a reduced or no cost to selected projects.

Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources

Holohil Grant Program. Holohil offers transmitters at reduced or no cost to projects that have high importance for research and/or conservation, a sound research design, and a positive conservation intention.

Furthermore, Holohil accepts used units that will be refurbish and donated to worthwhile conservation projects.

Qualifying projects need to make significant use of transmitters for data collection; advance scientific knowledge; contribute to conservation; engage and/or educate the public; and focus on underrepresented study species of high research or conservation value.

Grants are up to CDN$2,500 towards the cost of transmitters. Additionally, the company pays all shipping charges.

Eligibility for grants extends to conservation professionals and researchers anywhere in the world.

APPLICATION: Holohil posts an application form that requests information about the project background and its objectives; the wildlife species and its conservation status; and project methods and expected impact.

There are four application deadlines each year.

About the program, and how to apply

Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries


Holohil describes its categories of transmitters.

Holohil’s contact information states that it should be able to reply to questions submitted in English, Spanish, and Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese).

December 2020