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FFN Awards 2021 – Win €50,000 and Free Trip to Netherlands

Applicants are now invited to apply for the FFN Awards 2020. The Future for Nature awards aim to help people working to conserve nature. A total of 3 prizes will be given to selected people. The award ceremony will be held in Netherlands.

Winners will be provided grants. These grants will help them amplify their efforts towards conservation.

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Brief Description

  • Location: Netherlands
  • Organizer: Future for Nature Foundation
  • Opportunity Type: Competition/Awards
  • Funding Type: Funded
  • Deadline: 15 September 2020

About the Awards

The FFN foundation aims to help conservationists carry out their work more diligently. The foundation awards total 3 prizes to people who have been working to conserve species of wild animals or plants.

If you’re someone who is a nature activist, this is the perfect opportunity for you. The winners will receive grants to help them with their initiatives. Not just that, they will also be taken to Netherlands to receive the award.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants from all over the world can apply
  • Applicants must not be more than 35 years of age
  • Applicants must have shown commitment to conservation
  • Applicants should have been innovative and creative with their work

Benefits of the Award

  1. Winners will receive a grant worth €50,000 to help their conservation work
  2. Winners will be taken to Netherlands for the award ceremony
  3. The travel and accommodation of the winners will be funded by FFN


The application deadline is the 15th of September 2020

How to Apply:

Apply now for the 2021 Future For Nature (FFN) Awards! Link is given below:

Application Link

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Last Updated: 16 July 2020