Taronga’s Field Conservation Grants give funding and support to conservation projects that help wildlife, habitats and communities all over the world.
Every two years, Taronga Conservation Society Australia awards funding to projects and programs that demonstrate measurable conservation outcomes in the field — anywhere in the world.
Proposal submission dates: From 01 to 31 July 2019, 5pm AEST.
Amount: up to $20,000
Taronga Field Conservation Grants are open to NGOs, community groups and individuals who have a new or established conservation project that could benefit from funding and expert support.
Please click here for further details and application forms.
Since launching its Field Conservation Grants in 2008, Taronga has given over $960,000 to 90 vital conservation programs across the world. Projects that have benefited from a Taronga Field Conservation Grant have helped to protect and regenerate habitats, stop poaching and trafficking of wildlife and reduce conflict between communities and wildlife living side by side.