Our two-year pilot has produced significant results and has given us international recognition as well as a proven and scalable model for action. We must act decisively now. We want to accelerate grant-giving for urgent fieldwork, making 60 grants of up to £10,000 each over the next three years. For only £600,000, 180 endangered cultures can be recorded. To administer grants and process the volume of incoming data, we will need a team of five: project director; research and collections assistant; publications and editorial assistant; grants and financial assistant; and a web designer with database skills. An investment of £1 million over three years will cover the cost of staff, office space, travel and equipment, publications, workshops, and other essential outreach activities, as well as the digital archive. We are therefore seeking a total of £1.6 million from voluntary sources.