People's Trust for Endangered Species Grants

The Trust has awarded grants to scientific researchers and conservationists for many years for work that is aimed at the preservation of endangered species, either through research or practical field work. Please take a look at the current and past projects in the left hand menu.

We only accept grant requests from applicants already working and established in either the UK, UK overseas territories or any country NOT classified by the World Bank as high-income. Please go to the World Bank web page to check if your country applies.

We are now accepting applications again for conservation and research work on IUCN classified species. Our grants system has been revised and we are currently offering the following types of grants:

worldwide small grants programme

Our worldwide small grants programme offers a number of small grants for short-term conservation and research projects. The programme offers grants between £2,000 and £8,000 for projects of up to two years duration. Most grants will not exceed £5,000. These competitive grants are from a limited central fund and are awarded yearly. It is hoped that these grants will enable innovative work and discreet projects to be carried out. The next worldwide small grants application deadline is Wednesday 12th February 5pm to be assessed at a meeting in April- date to be confirmed. All applications will be acknowledged within two weeks of being received.

If you have been successful in receiving a worldwide small grant then any future applications for work on that same species in the same region much go through the worldwide continuation grant programme. Please send any queries with regards to your eligibility to enquiries@ptes.org.
  • Apply online now – you can start your application, save information and return at a later date until you press the submit button.
  • Manage my account -check your status, edit your profile, upload a report or other document.

worldwide continuation grants programme

Our worldwide continuation grants programme offers a number of larger grants which are available for continuation work on a project begun through a previous PTES small grant. This programme offers grants between £10,000 and £25,000 for projects of between two and five years duration. These grants are designed to enable some longer term investment in the most promising areas and must include some practical conservation work. They are not available for first-time applicants or new projects. A final project report must have been received for the preceding small grant before a continuation grant can be applied for. These are competitive grants, from a limited central fund and are awarded yearly. A maximum of one worldwide continuation grant will be granted per project. The next worldwide continuation grants application deadline is Monday July 14th 5pm to be assessed at a meeting in September – date to be confirmed. All applications will be acknowledged within two weeks of being received.
  • Apply online now – you can start your application, save information and return at a later date until you press the submit button.
  • Manage my account – check your status, edit your profile, upload a report or other document.
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