We would like to acknowledge and thank all the donors who have supported our grants programme this year, and previously.
We would like to acknowledge all donors who have supported the grants programme this year, and previously.
Their kind generosity allows the Society to support upwards of 70 research and fieldwork projects each year.
Albert Reckitt Charitable Trust
Barling Fisher Bequest
Dudley Stamp Memorial Trust
Frederick Soddy Trust
The Geographical Club
All contributors to the Geographical Fieldwork Grants
Gilchrist Educational Trust
The Goldsmiths' Company
Gough Island Fund
All contributors to the Henrietta Hutton Memorial Fund
HM Qaboos, Sultan of Oman
H.R. Mill Trust Fund
RGS-IBG Hong Kong branch
All contributors to the Jasmin Leila Award
Jeremy Willson Charitable Trust
John and Anne Alexander
Marjorie Sweeting Bequest
Monica Cole Bequest
Neil Thomas Proto
Paul and Mary Slawson
Penruddocke-Park Lander Fund
Peter Fleming Charitable Trust
Ralph Brown Memorial Fund
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
Violet Cressy-Marcks Fisher Trust Fund
Walters Kundert Charitable Trust
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27 April 2015
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