Thank you for visiting the funding section of our website!
The aim of Stiftung Artenschutz is the conservation of highly threatened animal species, especially those that have been lacking resources and interest, as well as the protection and restoration of their habitats.
Our two funding schemes include a special funding pot for the conservation of amphibians, the "Amphibian Conservation Fund", and a Small Grants Programme open for all animal species and conservation activities.
The deadline in the current application round is 25th of July 2021, 23:59 CET (UTC+2), for both grant schemes.
A live webinar with a Q&A session was conducted in June to provide applicants with more information about our grants (Flyer). Your can watch the recorded webinar on Youtube.
We look forward to your application!
Activities eligible for funding, e.g.:
Costs eligible for funding:
All costs which are directly related to the implementation of the project (equipment, transportation, staff costs etc.) are eligible for funding. Project core costs (running personnel costs, office costs, overheads etc.) must be appropriate in comparison to the total project costs.
Not eligible for funding:
Generally, the targeted species of our grants are threatened species of the categories Critically Endangered, Endangered und Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. Other categories are acceptable if there is a demonstrable reason for concern or if surveys are necessary to clarify the conservation status of Data Deficient or Not Evaluated species.
Anyone can apply for a grant. Applications should the submitted in German or English language.
The requested funding amount should not exceed 5.000 EUR. The decision committee reserves the right to approve proportional funding.
Project duration should not exceed 12 months. Thus, funding has to be spent within 12 months from the planned project start. Exceptions should be requested before the application is sent and may be granted in specific cases.
The deadline in the current funding round is 25th of July 2021, 23:59 CET (UTC+2), for both grant schemes.
Yes, multiple applications are permitted.