The list below is classified by alphabetical order.

The Radcliffe-Brown Fund is the responibility of the Association of Social Anthropologists (ASA) but the RAI provides the administration and is the Custodian Trustee. Resources come principally from the royalties from the ASA conference volumes, secondly there are dividends on the capital account. A third source is £1000 annually from the Sutasoma trust. The aim of the fund is to help social anthropologists handicapped by lack of finance to work towards completion of a doctoral thesis. Students of exceptional quality receive an extra grant from the Sutasoma Trust, this is known as a ‘starred award’. A history of the Fund can be found in 1/20 below.