Once a feasibility study is concluded and a Steering Committee is established, many Funds write a profile describing their intended structure, the types of investments they hope to manage, and how grants will be allocated for in-country conservation. A well-developed profile serves to: clarify roles between the Fund, government agencies and nonprofits; attract donor attention; and provide a basis for legally establishing the Environmental Fund.

Profiles also provide the mission, values, background, and goals of the Environmental Funds along with other key information that target audiences might value such as the Fund’s legal status, budget, partners etc. 

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Prospectus 2009

Mesoamerican Reef Fund