Are you a woman who loves adventure? Do you want funding for your next trip? If you answered yes to these questions, our list of the best grants for women is for you.
The Outward Bound Trust Adventure Fund has been developed specifically to help support young people aged 11-19 to achieve their life-goals and experience their very own Outward Bound summer adventure.
Raleigh International is committed to ensuring that its Expedition programme is accessible to young people from a range of backgrounds. Its Bursary Fund has been established to help support young people who might otherwise find it difficult to fundraise the full cost of a 10-week Expedition.
Do you know any adventurous youngsters? Are you one yourself? There are plenty of grants available to help younger people get exploring.
The Crux Expedition Award is an exciting opportunity for today’s young climbers to win £500 in cash and £2000 worth of Crux equipment for use on an outstanding mountaineering objective.
Mountain Training is now offering funding opportunities for those who are currently under-represented in its cohort of leaders, instructors and coaches, to progress through its schemes.
Anna is the brains behind Adventure Queens, the women’s adventure community set up with the aim of delicately smashing down the barriers that prevent women from heading off on adventures and is offering a fantastic funding opportunity.
The Captain Scott Awards are granted to assist individuals or groups to undertake adventurous expeditions and endeavours.
Kick-start your dreams to work in adventure with this advice from trekkingnut.com.
Find out how you can benefit from a fantastic funding opportunity from the Royal Geographical Society.
Dreams of travel writing? Here's a comprehensive list of grants available to writers.
Click here to find the best travel grants for educators and early years workers!
Are you a botany enthusiast? These grant programmes can help you fund research adventures and get training.
Twitcher? Looking for funding for a cheep-er adventure? Find out how you can get a grant to fund your bird-watching exploits.
Interested in conservation? Use this guide to find opportunities to get funding to support the costs of an ecologically-motivated adventure.
If you are planning a huge adventure, you probably need some funding. See this handy guide for grants to help with the costs of your trip.
Are you a creative person dreaming of adventure? Here's a handy guide to grants that you might be eligible for.
SES Explorer Awards 2016 - The Scientific Exploration Society's search for true #PioneerswithPurpose is back for the third year!We seek to support rising stars leading expeditionscombining adventure with science - and will educate, inspire and leave a lasting impression. Could that be you? Full details of the outstanding range of Awards at www.ses-explore.org/awards. Please share far and wide! Pictured is SES Neville Shulman Film Award 2015 winner Giulia Grimaldi, diving off the Kamchatka peninsular, Russia.
Hey there guys and gals,
I am in the process of gathering information and the logistics of successfully doing an expedition to the North Pole and back from Canada. Has anyone done this before? If so, I would love to get in contact with you and ask you a few questions.
In 2012 I rowed on board The Limited Intelligence, an ocean row boat which has successfully completed three ocean crossings.
Ours was a much shorter trip, about 6 days of rowing through the Florida Keys. We spent a day on the Atlantic during the duration of the trip and enjoyed the experiences, from battling storms at the start to encountering marine wildlife.
This gave me a taste for open ocean rowing and I would love to complete a longer journey in the future.