Directors: Alan Almquist, Ray Bernor, Henry Gilbert, Leslea Hlusko, Tim White

The Human Origins Research and Scholarship Fund facilitates research and scholarship initiatives that are directly aimed at scientifically illuminating humanity's place in nature. This includes genetics, genomics, ontogeny, embryology, the fossil and archaeological record, environmental studies, geological studies, and modern primate biology.

The Human Origins Fund (EIN: 26-3691861) was established in 2009 as a California 501 (c) (3) non profit (educational) organization with no political or religious mission.  Donations may be tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

Contact Henry Gilbert (henry.gilbert-at-humanoriginsfund.org) for more information.



RHOI Infrastructure
The Human Origins Fund facilitated the development of infrastructure in the National Museum of Ethiopia via the NSF sponsored RHOI Initiative.
Kesem Kebena Rescue Project
The Human Origins Fund funded the Kesem Kebena Project, a field-based rescue of Plio-Pleistocene artifact and fossil bearing units currently threatened by reservoirs and agriculture.