Applications are now open for the Kevin Richardson Foundation Conservation Grant which awards up to US$ 25,000 to successful applicants seeking to address challenges facing wildlife species in Africa. Interested and eligible persons are encouraged to apply for this offer before the deadline.
The Kevin Richardson Foundation (KRF) is a conservation-based, non-profit company based in South Africa. The Kevin Richardson Partner Grant funds like-minded organizations in furthering the work of preserving African wildlife species, protecting wildlife habitats, and reducing conflict between humans and wild animals.
See Also: Kinship Conservation Fellowship Program
The grant amount is between US$5,000 and US$25,000.
To be eligible for the Kevin Richardson Foundation Conservation Grant, applicants are required of the following conditions:
- A wide variety of proposals will be considered, including academic research and rescue, and rehabilitation projects focusing on the preservation of predator species and wildlife habitats.
- Projects that have an educational aspect, or provide some benefit to humans affected by wildlife habitats, are encouraged.
- Projects focusing on, or including predator cats, will be favoured.
- Projects based in southern Africa are favoured, however all projects based in Africa will be considered.
- Existing projects that require expansion or scale, as well as finishing funds will be considered
- Applicants must be a registered non-profit organization or trust, with up-to-date audited financials available upon request.
- The project must be completed by September 2024.
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All applications for the Kelvin Richardson Foundation Partner Grant must be done online, written and completed in English.
Submission Deadline: March 7.