Supporting committed teams of CLP alumni in memory of Kate Stokes
On 19 February 2006, Kate Stokes and her partner died tragically while climbing in the Picos de Europa mountain range in Spain. Kate worked as Programme Officer for CLP from 2002 to 2006. She was instrumental in developing the programme and helping thousands of young conservationists gain experience in practical conservation.
In Kate’s memory, her family, friends and colleagues established the Kate Stokes Memorial Trust. Through this trust, an additional $5,000 grant is awarded on an annual basis to an exceptional team which has previously received CLP funding. CLP alumni will be sent the call for proposals each year. There is particular emphasis on teams that demonstrate strong passion, enthusiasm and a long-term commitment to conservation.
Call for applications – 2017 Kate Stokes Memorial Award
We are now accepting applications for the 2017 Kate Stokes Memorial Award! Applications should be submitted by the proposed team leader, who must be a CLP alumnus, by Sunday 9th April. For further information, and to download the application form, visit RootsUp
Letters from the Trustees:
Letter from the trustees, February 2017
Letter from the trustees, December 2015
Letter from the trustees, December 2014
Letter from the trustees, December 2013
Letter from the trustees, December 2012
Letter from the trustees, December 2011
Letter from the trustees, December 2010
Letter from the trustees, December 2009
Letter from the trustees, December 2008
Words of appreciation from the Stokes family