Save Our Seas Foundation
Principal Office: International
The Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF) supports research, education, awareness, and conservation projects focusing on the major threats to the marine environment.
SOSF defines these threats as overfishing, predator loss; climate change; pollution; and habitat destruction.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Grants for marine environment. SOSF makes grants worldwide for research, conservation, and/or education to protect the marine environment. Projects should integrate at least two of these components and focus on charismatic marine megafauna — particularly sharks, rays, and skates.
Most grant recipients are nonprofit conservation organizations that have programs or projects related to marine environment, fisheries, and related themes.
- Photography grants of US$2 thousand;
- Emergency funds of less than US$5 thousand;
- Small grants of less than US$10 thousand; and
- Keystone grants ranging from US$10 thousand to US$100 thousand.
Each type of grant has a specific purpose and application process. The emergency funds are available on a continuous basis. The small grants have an annual cycle, and the keystone grants and photography grants operate biennially.
About the grants program, and how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
The SOSF identifies its management team and advisors.
Contact offers an email contact form.
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