GIVINGJoin us in funding the science that drives conservation.

Funding scientific research is the smartest investment in rainforest conservation, and the protection of biodiversty, that one can make. Our work does more than just inform environmental decision making; it compels it. By supporting SEARRP, you are helping shape conservation efforts in a most direct and tangible way.

avatar“Our collaboration with SEARRP has been one of the best investments for the public good that our trust, with an enviable record of achievement, has made.”
Dr. Anil Seal
Director, Cambridge Malaysian Education and Development Trust


Make a donation of any amount to support our scientists.

Choose to fund a specific aspect of our research.

Talk to us about getting involved with SEARRP as a sponsor.

Choose Your Gift

If you would like to fund a specific aspect of our research, we can suggest some gifts.

US $5,000

Library books & laboratory equipment

US $15,000

Research Assistant salary for 1 year

US $20,000

Scholarship for a Malaysian Masters student

US $25,000

Off-road vehicle for research use

We realize that these are very significant gifts. Please get in touch with us directly to take the next steps.

Thank you for your generous support.


Become a Sponsor

Supporting SEARRP at the sponsorship level is an incredible gift to rainforest research and a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you. Please get in touch with us directly to start the conversation.

Thank you for your generous support.


Thank you.

On behalf of SEARRP, I would like to thank you for considering funding our organisation’s ongoing work. The financial support of our donors is essential in furthering our mission to enable and communicate world-class research that delivers transformative skills, sustainability and conservation impacts. Your generous contribution is truly appreciated.
Professor John Pyle FRS CBE
Chair, SEARRP Board of Trustees

avatar“The Royal Society is proud to have funded SEARRP for 30 years,
from 1985 to 2015 – the longest period of support the Society has provided to an overseas programme in its 350 year history. Our investment in the project supported a world-class research programme that continues to have impact at local, regional and global levels.”
Professor Sir Venki Ramakrishnan FRS, Nobel Laureate
President, Royal Society