Amphibian Ark’s competitive Conservation Grants are designed to fund small start-up projects that are in need of seed money in order to build successful long-term programs that attract larger funding. Full details of the Conservation Grant program are available here.
The Amphibian Fund: Set up to help secure much-needed funding for amphibian species conservation around the world, this Fund supports conservation for the most threatened vertebrate group. To learn more, please visit the Synchronicity Earth website.
ASA Conservation Grants: ASA Conservation Grants promote the development of amphibian conservation projects, particularly linked to our priorities of habitat conservation, mitigating emerging infectious diseases, and communication. ASA Conservation Grants are awarded in memory of Dr George B. Rabb (1930-2017), a great supporter of amphibians and all those who care for them. Click here to learn more.
ASA Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation Award: This program is an annual award to a number of early career conservationists from around the world who have been identified as Future Leaders of Amphibian Conservation. We are looking for individuals in the early stages of their career who have evidence of contributing to successful conservation initiatives in the past, and who wish to conduct or continue with a particular conservation project or research agenda that will directly improve the survival of amphibians in the wild. We are particularly keen to attract applications from delegates in developing countries. Click here to learn more.
Caudata.org is an online community of caudate enthusiasts to promote learning and accurate information exchange about this taxon. The Caudata.org grant is an annual award utilizing funds raised by the group to support conservation of caudates. More information is available here.
The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund provides targeted $5,000-25,000 grants to individual species conservation initiatives and they have expressed an interest in seeing amphibian proposals.
Columbus Zoo continuously accepts applications for grants and emergency grants and has a strong record of supporting amphibian conservation work. For more information, contact Rebecca Rose, Field Conservation Coordinator.
Emergency funds are also available through Rapid Response Facility, Memphis Zoo and Disney’s Worldwide Conservation Fund.
Other grant opportunities are described in Appendix 3 of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Amphibian Resource Manual.