Protecting endangered culture and nature
Triennial Review 2013-2015

Triennial review 2013-2015

Between 2013 and 2015 we awarded 46 grants totalling $86 million. We have given more than $363 million since 2001.


Annual Review 2014

Grants Awards 2014

In 2014 we paid $34.6 million in total: $31 million directly, and a further $3.6 million through our three re-granting schemes, the Endangered Archives Programme at the British Library, the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme at the School of Oriental and African Studies, and the Cambridge Conservation Initiative Collaborative Fund at the University of Cambridge.


Annual Review 2013

Grant awards and renewals 2013

In 2013 we paid $22.4 million to 58 ongoing projects. We also awarded $13 million in five new grants and three renewed grants.


Annual review 2012

Annual review 2012

In 2012 we paid $30.8 million to 36 ongoing projects. We also awarded $18.1 million in six new grants and four renewed grants.


Annual review 2011

Annual review 2011

In 2011 we paid $18 million to 39 ongoing conservation and preservation projects. We also awarded $28 million to seven new grants and seven renewed grants.


Annual review 2010

Annual review 2010

In 2010 we paid out $16.9 milllion across 27 ongoing endangered nature and endangered culture conservation projects. We also awarded 10 new grants worth $7.1 million.


Annual review 2009

Annual review 2009

In 2009 we paid $17.8 million on 61 endangered nature and endangered culture conservation projects, and projects in other areas that we no longer fund.


Annual review 2008

Annual review 2008

In 2008 we paid $18.7 million on 38 endangered nature and endangered culture conservation projects, and projects in other areas that we no longer fund.


Annual review 2007

Annual review 2007

In 2007 we paid $18.2 million on 46 endangered nature and endangered culture conservation projects, and projects in other areas that we no longer fund.