SWOT Grants

 

SWOT small grants help field-based sea turtle research and conservation projects realize their goals in each of SWOT’s three areas of focus: networking and capacity building, science, and education and outreach. Since 2006, we have awarded 73 grants to more than 50 applicants in 42 countries and territories.

 
 A 2015 SWOT grant supported the Olive Ridley Project’s work to tackle the problem of ghost nets in the Indian Ocean. © Thomas Badstubner

A 2015 SWOT grant supported the Olive Ridley Project’s work to tackle the problem of ghost nets in the Indian Ocean. © Thomas Badstubner

 

How to Apply

SWOT awards small grants each year in three focal areas. To apply, please review our grant criteria and application instructions.

Find out how to apply for a SWOT grant.

 

 

Past Grantees

We are proud to have supported the following sea turtle research and conservation programs through the SWOT Grants program.