CEPF
Protecting Nature's Hotspots for people and prosperity

Grants


Our grant recipients range from small farming cooperatives and community associations to international organizations. Every grant helps implement an investment strategy found in the ecosystem profile for each region where we invest.​

With our support, hundreds of civil society groups have achieved significant outcomes. For example, their efforts have influenced major governmental policies in dozens of countries and helped protect more than 10 million hectares of globally important land since the program’s creation in 2000.

Calls for proposals and other news about grant availability are announced on this site. Proposals are welcome if they meet our eligibility criteria.​

For questions about applying to CEPF, please read the "Calls for Proposals" section below, or send an email to cepfgrants@conservation.org.

Calls for Proposals

WALLACEA BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT

Call for Letters of Inquiry
For Large Grants Only
 
CEPF seeks letters of inquiry for organizations wishing to work in or affect the key biodiversity areas and species in Timor-Leste for Strategic Directions 1, 2 3, 4, 5, and 6.
 
OPENING DATE: Large Grants: 1 November 2016
CLOSING DATE: Large Grants: 13 December 2016
 
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit letter of inquiry by email to cepfwallacea@conservation.org.
 
MORE INFORMATION:
Call for Letters of Inquiry
- English (PDF 306 KB)

Ecosystem Profile
- English​ (PDF 3.6 MB)​

Ecosystem Profile Technical Summary
English​ (PDF - 1.5 MB)​
Bahasa​ (PDF - 1.5 MB)​

Ecosystem Profile Summary Brochure
English​ (PDF - 2.2 MB)

 
* See recent calls for proposals (closed)​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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See Also
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Project database: Summaries of grants awarded to date, as well as reports and other resources related to individual grants

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