Foundation / Corporation
Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI)
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Grants of up to $45,000 to USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations and academic institutions to research the health benefits of pet companionship. Funding is intended to focus how animal-assisted therapies, activities, and pet ownership bring health benefits for both the humans and animals involved. Studies may involve a variety of companion animals, such as small animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, and fish), dogs, cats, and horses.
Proposals should have a strong theoretical framework and focus on innovative approaches to studying the health effects of companion animals on humans within the following broad categories:
In an effort to help address larger societal challenges, proposals that have potential to impact current public health crises or issues at the forefront of public concern are welcomed. Topics include (but are not limited to) social isolation and loneliness, suicide prevention, addiction, trauma and/or post-traumatic stress, obesity and heart health.
Proposal evaluation will be based on study design, capabilities of investigators, adequacy of facilities, cost-effective yet realistic budget, potential for impact on the way mental and physical health conditions are diagnosed, treated or otherwise understood, and for potential impact and contribution to the scientific field of human-animal interaction. Adherence to the highest standards of human and animal care and welfare is essential.
GrantWatch ID#: 182634
HABRI has awarded an average of five grants per year.
Awards averaging $35,000 - $45,000 per project.
Average study period of 20 months. Grant awards will start as early as September 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply for a HABRI grant, email applications to Lindsey Melfi at LMelfi@HABRI.org with the subject line “HABRI 2020 Grant Proposal – Principal Investigator Last Name.”
For more information about securing the participation of Pet Partners registered volunteer therapy animal-handler teams for proposed research, please contact Dr. Taylor Chastain at email@example.com.
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