SEED Madagascar is supported by numerous grant-giving bodies; current or recent supporters include: the Big Lottery Fund, Silver Lady Fund, Rufford Foundation, Nando Peretti Foundation, Australian Aid, the Innocent Foundation, Trade Aid UK, Conservation, Food & Health Foundation and the Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission.
We're also supported by small businesses and other bodies as well as by individuals through one-off or regular donations, including Standing Orders.
Any companies or charitable bodies interested in possible ways to involve your staff or members in supporting SEED Madagascar's operations – perhaps through fundraising activities or volunteering – do get in touch. If you'd like to visit us or talk to us further about our work or discuss how you may be able to help, contact us by phone (+44  20 8960 6629) or email (email@example.com). We are happy to give more information on what our current challenges and funding priorities are, and how we might work together.
SEED's work has been recognised and supported through a variety of prestigious awards. In 2016 we were a finalist for "Best Volunteering Organisation" at the British Youth Travel Awards, an award we previously won in 2013. The Sting & Trudie Styler Award was presented by HRH Princess Anne in 2001 for SEED's Sustainable Livelihoods Initiative. Highly Commended in 2005, SEED won as Best Volunteering Organisation in 2007 in Virgin's Responsible Tourism Awards. We were awarded the Prix Pictet photography commission in 2009, gaining financial support for our conservation work as well as coverage by renowned photo-journalist Ed Kashi. In 2010 SEED's HIV awareness work won vital support through the Vodafone World of Difference competition.
SEED Madagascar is proud to be a member of the Lemur Conservation Network. Find out more on this network geared to support the initiatives of organisations fighting to save Madagascar's lemurs from extinction here.