Successfully getting funds and grants for conservation

Getting grants and funds for conservation are critical if we are to have an impact. Passion is not always enough on its own. I work on a critically endangered and an endangered bird species. One species is the last in its genus, the very last Didunculus, the little dodo or Manumea. They live in a declining forest in Samoa where access to funds is not easy. This is the story of what fighting for these species has taught me. Hopefully, the Manumea story can help you save a species or forest too. In this workshop, I go over the steps which have allowed our team to successfully gain funds for the forest ecosystem and endangered species we work on. And we cover the steps you need to take to maintain some of those funds over time. We hope that this workshop will interest both those seeking tips on gaining funds and those with experience which they would be willing to share.

If you are interested in attending any of our lunchtime workshops, please register your interest here

Location: Room P9 Date: July 6, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm - 2:20 pm