Grant Process

Click here to download and fill out the Conservation/Research Grant Application (Word Doc).
Research Grant requests can be submitted by mail to:
P.O. Box 33181
San Diego, CA 92163-3181
or emailed to:
with the subject line:
“Attn: Research Grant Proposal”

Requests will be reviewed by the research committee. The committee will forward the proposal to the SDCSS Board of Directors with the Committee's recommendations. The Board of Directors will approve or deny the proposal.

The grant applicant will be notified by mail/e-mail of the Board's decision within 90 days of proposal receipt.

Conservation/Research Grant Guidelines
The San Diego Cactus and Succulent Society (SDCSS) is a non-profit organization whose mission is the appreciation of, learning about and teaching about succulent plants. SDCSS has established a Research Grant program to help facilitate the research and study of succulent plants by its members.
General Requirements
The SDCSS encourages projects that are co-funded by other organizations as a way to facilitate larger projects. If the grant is co-funded, there must be a clear definition of the portion of the project funded by the SDCSS grant, how it relates to the larger project, and how the SDCSS portion meets these guidelines. If co-funded, the duration of one year may be extended to two years.
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