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FNPW funds conservation all around Australia.

The conservation of habitat, threatened species, and cultural heritage are priorities for us, as are accessible National Parks and environmental education.

Volunteers taking part in the marine debris clean up.

FNPW Grant Funding

The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife invites grant applications for conservation projects. The purpose of our Community Conservation Grants is to assist in the protection of our native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage.

Grants are available for both field projects and education programs that have a direct outcome for nature conservation in Australia. All proposals are evaluated by FNPW's Projects Committee based on funding priorities, funds available and quality and quantity of projects submitted.

FNPW may support approved projects through untied funds that belong to FNPW, or it may choose to run a targeted public appeal or seek third party sponsorship for the project.

FNPW Community Conservation Grants aim to fund urgent and high priority projects in the following Focus Areas:

FNPW supported monitoring and conservation efforts on WA's Penguin Island.

Who is Eligible to Apply?

Applications for Community Conservation Grants are by invitation only.

FNPW considers proposals for funding from:

When Can You Apply?

Your project should:

FNPW funded this project to create a new habitat for endangered Green and Golden Bell Frogs.

Evaluation Criteria

Preference will be given to those projects which:

Selection process

Community Conservation Grant applications are assessed by FNPW's Projects Committee.                    

Note: Not all approved projects will be funded as FNPW may not be able to secure a sponsor or may not be able to allocate sufficient free funds. If your project falls into this category, your project will be kept on file for one year in case funding is secured at a later time. You will be notified of the status of your project after evaluation.



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