The chart below outlines important deadlines and deliverables for small grant project leaders during the duration of their project. Please also follow all instructions detailed in the SOSF agreement or other information sent by email. If you still have any questions, have a look at who to contact for what.
Successful applicants informed and SOSF agreement documents sent by email.
2+ high resolution portrait photos of you, from which our illustrator can draw a sketch. These should be photos that you like of yourself – ideally without sunglasses or a hat, in which your face is clearly visible. This sketch will be visible on the SOSF website.
Look at the SOSF guidelines for your online profile. Please ensure that you submit it by the deadline.
If comfortable doing so, SOSF also asks you a very brief (~15 second) ‘video log’ style introduction video of yourself and your project. Please refer to ‘Blog Guidelines’ for assistance preparing this.
Please follow the instructions received by email (March 2nd). No funds will be transferred if the agreement (2 hard copies) is not received by this deadline.
We expect a series of high quality ‘project blogs’ during the calendar year. Whenever you have a good story, an interesting photo/video or an interesting social media post, please share it with us so that we can share it on your SOSF webpage and SOSF social media. Please read the blogging guidelines.
These ‘blogs’ will act as project updates, and we encourage the use of various media to engage the reader with your project (videos/photos/audio) that won’t be used for any other purposes without your approval. The Foundation’s communication team may assist you with you contribution upon your request.
If you know your paper is going to be published please let us know in advance so that we can prepare the right content to promote it. Even if you are unable to let us know in advance, please always send us your publications so that we can keep them on record.
20 to 40 high resolution photos (original files) showcasing and representing your project, your fieldwork/labwork, your team, your species, etc… The better these images are, the better we can promote your work and profile! Each photograph should be accompanied by a small description/caption.
Please label them clearly, as shown here: project number_project leader name_date_copyright/credit info.
Please use the SOSF template. The report should include a financial account summary accounting for the use of the funds provided and any media documents (scientific papers, posters, article, videos, web links…) related to your project so that we can include these in our database.