The People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) makes grants for the conservation of endangered species and their habitats in the UK and developing countries. The Trust supports research, as well as applied field conservation.
Additionally, the Trust owns two reserves in the UK, and it is active in UK environmental education and outreach. The two grant-making programs in PTES are:
- UK mammals grants (UK and Ireland only); and
- Worldwide grants
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Worldwide Grants. The PTES makes grants to scientific researchers and conservationists for the preservation of endangered species through research and practical field work.
The worldwide grants are made to individuals representing small nonprofit organizations for conservation and development in the developing world.
The Trust accepts grant requests from applicants working and established in the UK; UK overseas territories; and countries not classified by the World Bank as high-income.
Worldwide grants are between £3 thousand and £10 thousand per year, up to a maximum of £20 thousand.
Priority is for research and conservation on species classified by the IUCN as endangered, critically endangered, and extinct in the wild.
APPLICATION: The Trust publishes application guidelines and criteria.
Eligible applicants complete an online application form to describe project objectives, details, and budgets. The Trust has an annual deadline for applications.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
PTES describes its funded worldwide projects.
The Trust identifies its staff by name, position, and individual email addresses.
Contact Us provides complete information.