Fondo Mexicano para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza

Address
Calle Damas No 49 Col San Jose Ins
Mexico City, Mexico 03900
MX
Contact
Website: http://www.fmcn.org
Phone: +1 (555) 611-9779
Nonprofit
NTEE: Q38 - International, foreign affairs and national security
EIN: 52-1945379

Mission

The mission of FMCN is to build a better future for Mexico through the mobilization of financial resources, creating partnerships, learning opportunities and decisions focused on the conservation and use of our natural capital.
 20162015201420132012
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation1994
Subsection code03
PF filing required0    
Form of organization
CorporationTrue
AssociationTrue
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$399,313.00$329,739.00$391,578.00$346,659.00$288,982.00
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$359,139.00$462,965.00$518,407.00$426,134.00$380,268.00
Number of employees00000
Number of people compensated >$100k22222
Number of volunteers2322232323
Number of highly compensated contractors1111 
Personnel
Abud, Juan
Title  BOARD MEMBEREX OFFICIO BOARD MEMBEREX OFFICIO BOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  JUAN JOSE GUERRA ABUDJUAN JOSE GUERRA ABUDJUAN JOSE GUERRA ABUD
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Anaya, Gabriela
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  GABRIELA ANAYAGABRIELA ANAYAGABRIELA ANAYA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Arguero, Jose
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  JOSE LUIS VILLAR ARGUEROJOSE LUIS VILLAR ARGUEROJOSE LUIS VILLAR ARGUERO
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Castilleja, Guillermo
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  GUILLERMO CASTILLEJAGUILLERMO CASTILLEJAGUILLERMO CASTILLEJA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Colon, Salvador
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER 
Name of key/compensated person  SALVADOR SANCHEZ COLONSALVADOR SANCHEZ COLON 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00 
Curzio, Leonardo
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  LEONARDO CURZIOLEONARDO CURZIOLEONARDO CURZIO
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Ezcurra, Exequiel
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  EXEQUIEL EZCURRAEXEQUIEL EZCURRAEXEQUIEL EZCURRA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Gerber, Verena
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  VERENA GERBERVERENA GERBERVERENA GERBER
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Goebel, Martin
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  MARTIN GOEBELMARTIN GOEBELMARTIN GOEBEL
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Hernandez, Marilu
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  MARILU HERNANDEZMARILU HERNANDEZMARILU HERNANDEZ
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Holschneider, Gabriel
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  GABRIEL HOLSCHNEIDERGABRIEL HOLSCHNEIDERGABRIEL HOLSCHNEIDER
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Icaza, Pedro
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  PEDRO ALVAREZ ICAZAPEDRO ALVAREZ ICAZAPEDRO ALVAREZ ICAZA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
James, Steve
Title  PRESDIENT OF CONSERV COMBOARD MEMBER, PRESIDENT CONSERVATION COMMITTEEBOARD MEMBER, PRESIDENT CONSERVATION COMMITTEE
Name of key/compensated person  STEVE KNAEBEL JAMESSTEVE KNAEBEL JAMESSTEVE KNAEBEL JAMES
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Janka, Helmut
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  HELMUT JANKAHELMUT JANKAHELMUT JANKA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Mejia, Martha
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  MARTHA MEJIAMARTHA MEJIAMARTHA MEJIA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Montagut, Renee
Title   CHIEF CONSERVATION OFFICERCHIEF CONSERVATION OFFICER
Name of key/compensated person   RENEE GONZALEZ MONTAGUTRENEE GONZALEZ MONTAGUT
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org   40.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org   $125,800.00$125,945.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs   $17,894.00$15,979.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs    $0.00$0.00
Montegut, Renee
Title  CH. CONSERVATION OFFICER  
Name of key/compensated person  RENEE GONZALEZ MONTEGUT  
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org  40.00  
Reportable compensation from org  $150,906.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $6,014.00  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00  
Olavarrieta, Alberto
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  ALBERTO SAAVEDRA OLAVARRIETAALBERTO SAAVEDRA OLAVARRIETAALBERTO SAAVEDRA OLAVARRIETA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Peon, Ricardo
Title  PRESIDENT OF INVEST COMBOARD MEMBER AND PRESIDENT OF THE INVESTMENT COMMITTEEBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  RICARDO PEONRICARDO PEONRICARDO PEON
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Perez, Felipe
Title  COMMISSARYCOMMISSARY 
Name of key/compensated person  FELIPE PEREZFELIPE PEREZ 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00 
Schlosser, Lordes
Title    BOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person    LORDES ARIZPE SCHLOSSER
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director    True
Average hours per week working for org    1.00
Reportable compensation from org    $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs    $0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs     $0.00
Schlosser, Lourdes
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER 
Name of key/compensated person  LOURDES ARIZPE SCHLOSSERLOURDES ARIZPE SCHLOSSER 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00 
Soto, Ximena
Title  CFO & TI OFFICERCHIEF FINANCIAL & TI OFFICER/ BOARD SECRETARYCHIEF FINANCIAL & TI OFFICER/ BOARD SECRETARY
Name of key/compensated person  XIMENA YANEZ SOTOXIMENA YANEZ SOTOXIMENA YANEZ SOTO
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org  40.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org  $78,060.00$64,341.00$53,389.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $5,414.00$15,305.00$8,224.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Suarez, Francisco
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  FRANCISCO SUAREZFRANCISCO SUAREZFRANCISCO SUAREZ
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Trujillo, Julio
Title  PRESIDENT OF THE BOARDPRESIDENT OF THE BOARDPRESIDENT OF THE BOARD
Name of key/compensated person  JULIO GUTIERREZ TRUJILLOJULIO GUTIERREZ TRUJILLOJULIO GUTIERREZ TRUJILLO
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Vaca, Mauricio
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  MAURICIO VACAMAURICIO VACAMAURICIO VACA
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Vidal, Juan
Title  BOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated person  JUAN BECKMANN VIDALJUAN BECKMANN VIDALJUAN BECKMANN VIDAL
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
de Rosenzweig Pasquel, Lorenzo
Title  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated person  LORENZO JOSE DE ROSENZWEIG PASQUELLORENZO JOSE DE ROSENZWEIG PASQUELLORENZO JOSE DE ROSENZWEIG PASQUEL
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org  40.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org  $289,441.00$235,993.00$200,934.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $18,663.00$31,020.00$26,435.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Purpose: mission, activities, & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesThe mission of FMCN is to build a better future for Mexico through the mobilization of financial resources, creating partnerships, learning opportunities and decisions focused on the conservation and use of our natural capital.The mission of the organization is to financially support and strengthen efforts for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in Mexico.THE MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION IS TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN EFFORTS FOR THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY IN MEXICO.THE MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION IS TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN EFFORTS FOR THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY IN MEXICO.THE MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION IS TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN EFFORTS FOR THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIODIVERSITY IN MEXICO.
Program service expenses, total$9,603,442.00$10,279,761.00$8,508,540.00$9,330,202.00$7,694,158.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
1. The Forests and Watersheds Program Seeks to support the efforts of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity and environmental services. This is done with the purpose of reverting the deterioration of forest ecosystems and the effects of climate change. Currently the Forests and Watersheds Program operates through the following initiatives: 1. Cities and Watersheds: seeks to favor the protection and recovery of watersheds that supply water to major cities in Mexico. 2. EmFoCo Project: whose purpose is to improve profitability, as well as the environmental, social and financial sustainability of community forestry enterprises. 3. Monarch Fund: seeks to promote the conservation and protection of forests in the core area of the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. 4. Fire Management: seeks to strengthen organizations' capabilities in catastrophic fire protection. These instruments are implemented in collaboration with the National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR), the National Commission for Natural Areas (CONANP), the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO), as well as partners of civil and governmental organizations in priority areas for biodiversity in the country. 2. The Coastal and Marine Conservation Program was created in response to the critical state marine resources and the accelerated transformation of the Mexican coastline. Its principal focus is on northwestern Mexico, with special emphasis on the Gulf of California. This region, recognized worldwide for its biodiversity, is a critical area for immediate conservation support due to the rapid tourism development taking place in the region. The program funds initiatives in marine protected areas (MPAs) and their areas of influence to ensure the conservation of a network of representative marine-coastal ecosystems in the long term.
Program expenses$3,065,137.00    
Grants and allocations made$1,817,901.00    
Program description1. The Forests and Watersheds Program Seeks to support the efforts of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity and environmental services. This is done with the purpose of reverting the deterioration of forest ecosystems and the effects of climate change. Currently the Forests and Watersheds Program operates through the following initiatives: 1. Cities and Watersheds: seeks to favor the protection and recovery of watersheds that supply water to major cities in Mexico. 2. EmFoCo Project: whose purpose is to improve profitability, as well as the environmental, social and financial sustainability of community forestry enterprises. 3. Monarch Fund: seeks to promote the conservation and protection of forests in the core area of the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. 4. Fire Management: seeks to strengthen organizations' capabilities in catastrophic fire protection. These instruments are implemented in collaboration with the National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR), the National Commission for Natural Areas (CONANP), the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO), as well as partners of civil and governmental organizations in priority areas for biodiversity in the country. 2. The Coastal and Marine Conservation Program was created in response to the critical state marine resources and the accelerated transformation of the Mexican coastline. Its principal focus is on northwestern Mexico, with special emphasis on the Gulf of California. This region, recognized worldwide for its biodiversity, is a critical area for immediate conservation support due to the rapid tourism development taking place in the region. The program funds initiatives in marine protected areas (MPAs) and their areas of influence to ensure the conservation of a network of representative marine-coastal ecosystems in the long term.    
CONSERVATION PROGRAM: THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON THREE ASPECTS OF CONSERVATION: FOREST CONSERVATION, WATERSHED CONSERVATION, AND MARINE AND COASTAL CONSERVATION. FOREST PROGRAM IN 1998 FMCN FOUNDED THE FOREST FIRE PREVENTION AND RESTORATION PROGRAM (PPIRA) TO ADDRESS THE NEED FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO CONFRONT FOREST FIRE CHALLENGES. PPIRA WORKED WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ESTABLISH AND OUTFIT LOCAL FOREST FIRE PREVENTION BRIGADES. PPIRA DIRECTED RESOURCES TO DEVELOP FIRE PREVENTION, CONTROL, COMBAT, MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION INITIATIVES IN 11 PRIORITY AREAS. FIVE YEARS LATER, WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 46 PROJECTS EXECUTED IN 293 COMMUNITIES, THE PROGRAM CONTINUES TO DEVELOP AND STRENGTHEN LOCAL FIRE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NATIONALLY THROUGH AN ALLIANCE WITH THE UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE (USFS) AND USAID. IN 2004, PPIRA'S AND FMCN MADE THE HISTORIC DECISION TO CREATE THE FIRE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION FUND (FOMAFUR) ENDOWMENT FUND. FOMAFUR SUPPORTS FIELD PROJECTS IN FIRE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT ADMINISTERED BY LOCAL AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. ADDITIONALLY, FUNDED PROJECTS RECEIVE SUPPORT IN CAPACITY BUILDING, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION THROUGH A STRATEGIC ALLIANCE ESTABLISHED WITH USFS AND USAID. WATERSHED PROGRAM THE WATERSHED PROGRAM MAIN FOCUS IS TO ADDRESS MEXICO'S WATER CRISIS. THE WATERSHEDS AND CITIES PROJECT, STRIVES TO INVOLVE BOTH URBAN POPULATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. PROJECT ACTIVITIES ARE CARRIED OUT BY NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS), WHICH FOSTER COLLABORATION AMONG DIFFERENT SECTORS FOR THE SHARED OBJECTIVE TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF MEXICO'S ECOSYSTEMS AND ENHANCE THE OPERATION OF THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE. THE WORK OF THESE NGOS PROVIDES THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY OF UNITING MULTIPLE ACTORS WHO MAY OTHERWISE WORK INDEPENDENTLY. PROJECTS OPERATE ON THE BASIS OF FIVE KEY PRINCIPALS: COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION; FORUMS FOR COORDINATION AND COMPROMISE; DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDING MECHANISMS; PROJECTS IN THE FIELD AND EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITIES. COASTAL AND MARINE THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO FINANCE CONSERVATION INITIATIVES OF NETWORKS OF REPRESENTATIVE COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND THE MESOAMERICAN REEF TROUGH 2 MECHANISMS: THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA FUND (GCF) THAT IS A LONG-TERM FINANCING MECHANISM WITH THE VISION OF COASTAL-MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA THAT ARE HEALTHY AND INTERCONNECTED AND PROVIDE CORRESPONDING ECOSYSTEMS GOODS AND SERVICES. A COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS FROM DISTINCT SECTORS OF SOCIETY SUPERVISES THE OPERATION OF THE FUND, WHICH HAS BOTH ENDOWMENT AND SINKING RESOURCES. AT THE PRESENT TIME, ANNUAL ENDOWMENT INTEREST IS DESIGNATED FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PRIORITY MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, WHILE SINKING FUNDS ARE CHANNELED PRINCIPALLY TO THE REGION'S COASTS. MESOAMERICAN REEF FUND (MAR FUND) THAT IS AN ALLIANCE CREATED BY THE FOUR NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDS OF MEXICO, BELIZE, GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS AS A MECHANISM TO FINANCE THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF THE RESOURCES OF THE MESOAMERICAN REEF ECOREGION. IT IS THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE THAT TRANSCENDS INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES TO CONSERVE AN ECOREGION IN A COMPLETE AND INTEGRATED FASHION. AS THE MEXICAN REPRESENTATIVE IN THE ALLIANCE, FMCN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTERING RESOURCES FOR PROJECTS IN MEXICO.
Program expenses   $3,474,414.00$2,944,902.00
Grants and allocations made   $2,366,898.00$1,854,320.00
Program description   CONSERVATION PROGRAM: THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON THREE ASPECTS OF CONSERVATION: FOREST CONSERVATION, WATERSHED CONSERVATION, AND MARINE AND COASTAL CONSERVATION. FOREST PROGRAM IN 1998 FMCN FOUNDED THE FOREST FIRE PREVENTION AND RESTORATION PROGRAM (PPIRA) TO ADDRESS THE NEED FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO CONFRONT FOREST FIRE CHALLENGES. PPIRA WORKED WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ESTABLISH AND OUTFIT LOCAL FOREST FIRE PREVENTION BRIGADES. PPIRA DIRECTED RESOURCES TO DEVELOP FIRE PREVENTION, CONTROL, COMBAT, MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION INITIATIVES IN 11 PRIORITY AREAS. FIVE YEARS LATER, WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 46 PROJECTS EXECUTED IN 293 COMMUNITIES, THE PROGRAM CONTINUES TO DEVELOP AND STRENGTHEN LOCAL FIRE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NATIONALLY THROUGH AN ALLIANCE WITH THE UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE (USFS) AND USAID. IN 2004, PPIRA'S AND FMCN MADE THE HISTORIC DECISION TO CREATE THE FIRE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION FUND (FOMAFUR) ENDOWMENT FUND. FOMAFUR SUPPORTS FIELD PROJECTS IN FIRE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT ADMINISTERED BY LOCAL AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. ADDITIONALLY, FUNDED PROJECTS RECEIVE SUPPORT IN CAPACITY BUILDING, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION THROUGH A STRATEGIC ALLIANCE ESTABLISHED WITH USFS AND USAID. WATERSHED PROGRAM THE WATERSHED PROGRAM MAIN FOCUS IS TO ADDRESS MEXICO'S WATER CRISIS. THE WATERSHEDS AND CITIES PROJECT, STRIVES TO INVOLVE BOTH URBAN POPULATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. PROJECT ACTIVITIES ARE CARRIED OUT BY NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS), WHICH FOSTER COLLABORATION AMONG DIFFERENT SECTORS FOR THE SHARED OBJECTIVE TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF MEXICO'S ECOSYSTEMS AND ENHANCE THE OPERATION OF THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE. THE WORK OF THESE NGOS PROVIDES THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY OF UNITING MULTIPLE ACTORS WHO MAY OTHERWISE WORK INDEPENDENTLY. PROJECTS OPERATE ON THE BASIS OF FIVE KEY PRINCIPALS: COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION; FORUMS FOR COORDINATION AND COMPROMISE; DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDING MECHANISMS; PROJECTS IN THE FIELD AND EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITIES. COASTAL AND MARINE THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO FINANCE CONSERVATION INITIATIVES OF NETWORKS OF REPRESENTATIVE COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND THE MESOAMERICAN REEF TROUGH 2 MECHANISMS: THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA FUND (GCF) THAT IS A LONG-TERM FINANCING MECHANISM WITH THE VISION OF COASTAL-MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA THAT ARE HEALTHY AND INTERCONNECTED AND PROVIDE CORRESPONDING ECOSYSTEMS GOODS AND SERVICES. A COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS FROM DISTINCT SECTORS OF SOCIETY SUPERVISES THE OPERATION OF THE FUND, WHICH HAS BOTH ENDOWMENT AND SINKING RESOURCES. AT THE PRESENT TIME, ANNUAL ENDOWMENT INTEREST IS DESIGNATED FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PRIORITY MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, WHILE SINKING FUNDS ARE CHANNELED PRINCIPALLY TO THE REGION'S COASTS. MESOAMERICAN REEF FUND (MAR FUND) THAT IS AN ALLIANCE CREATED BY THE FOUR NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDS OF MEXICO, BELIZE, GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS AS A MECHANISM TO FINANCE THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF THE RESOURCES OF THE MESOAMERICAN REEF ECOREGION. IT IS THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE THAT TRANSCENDS INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES TO CONSERVE AN ECOREGION IN A COMPLETE AND INTEGRATED FASHION. AS THE MEXICAN REPRESENTATIVE IN THE ALLIANCE, FMCN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTERING RESOURCES FOR PROJECTS IN MEXICO.CONSERVATION PROGRAM: THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON THREE ASPECTS OF CONSERVATION: FOREST CONSERVATION, WATERSHED CONSERVATION, AND MARINE AND COASTAL CONSERVATION. FOREST PROGRAM IN 1998 FMCN FOUNDED THE FOREST FIRE PREVENTION AND RESTORATION PROGRAM (PPIRA) TO ADDRESS THE NEED FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO CONFRONT FOREST FIRE CHALLENGES. PPIRA WORKED WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ESTABLISH AND OUTFIT LOCAL FOREST FIRE PREVENTION BRIGADES. PPIRA DIRECTED RESOURCES TO DEVELOP FIRE PREVENTION, CONTROL, COMBAT, MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION INITIATIVES IN 11 PRIORITY AREAS. FIVE YEARS LATER, WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 46 PROJECTS EXECUTED IN 293 COMMUNITIES, THE PROGRAM CONTINUES TO DEVELOP AND STRENGTHEN LOCAL FIRE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NATIONALLY THROUGH AN ALLIANCE WITH THE UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE (USFS) AND USAID. IN 2004, PPIRA'S AND FMCN MADE THE HISTORIC DECISION TO CREATE THE FIRE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION FUND (FOMAFUR) ENDOWMENT FUND. FOMAFUR SUPPORTS FIELD PROJECTS IN FIRE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT ADMINISTERED BY LOCAL AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. ADDITIONALLY, FUNDED PROJECTS RECEIVE SUPPORT IN CAPACITY BUILDING, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION THROUGH A STRATEGIC ALLIANCE ESTABLISHED WITH USFS AND USAID. WATERSHED PROGRAM THE WATERSHED PROGRAM MAIN FOCUS IS TO ADDRESS MEXICO'S WATER CRISIS. THE WATERSHEDS AND CITIES PROJECT, STRIVES TO INVOLVE BOTH URBAN POPULATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. PROJECT ACTIVITIES ARE CARRIED OUT BY NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS), WHICH FOSTER COLLABORATION AMONG DIFFERENT SECTORS FOR THE SHARED OBJECTIVE TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF MEXICO'S ECOSYSTEMS AND ENHANCE THE OPERATION OF THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE. THE WORK OF THESE NGOS PROVIDES THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY OF UNITING MULTIPLE ACTORS WHO MAY OTHERWISE WORK INDEPENDENTLY. PROJECTS OPERATE ON THE BASIS OF FIVE KEY PRINCIPALS: COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION; FORUMS FOR COORDINATION AND COMPROMISE; DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDING MECHANISMS; PROJECTS IN THE FIELD AND EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITIES. COASTAL AND MARINE THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO FINANCE CONSERVATION INITIATIVES OF NETWORKS OF REPRESENTATIVE COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND THE MESOAMERICAN REEF TROUGH 2 MECHANISMS: THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA FUND (GCF) THAT IS A LONG-TERM FINANCING MECHANISM WITH THE VISION OF COASTAL-MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA THAT ARE HEALTHY AND INTERCONNECTED AND PROVIDE CORRESPONDING ECOSYSTEMS GOODS AND SERVICES. A COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS FROM DISTINCT SECTORS OF SOCIETY SUPERVISES THE OPERATION OF THE FUND, WHICH HAS BOTH ENDOWMENT AND SINKING RESOURCES. AT THE PRESENT TIME, ANNUAL ENDOWMENT INTEREST IS DESIGNATED FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PRIORITY MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, WHILE SINKING FUNDS ARE CHANNELED PRINCIPALLY TO THE REGION'S COASTS. MESOAMERICAN REEF FUND (MAR FUND) THAT IS AN ALLIANCE CREATED BY THE FOUR NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDS OF MEXICO, BELIZE, GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS AS A MECHANISM TO FINANCE THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF THE RESOURCES OF THE MESOAMERICAN REEF ECOREGION. IT IS THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE THAT TRANSCENDS INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES TO CONSERVE AN ECOREGION IN A COMPLETE AND INTEGRATED FASHION. AS THE MEXICAN REPRESENTATIVE IN THE ALLIANCE, FMCN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTERING RESOURCES FOR PROJECTS IN MEXICO.
Conservation Program: The program focuses on two aspects of conservation; forest and watersheds conservation program, and marine and coastal conservation program. 1. Forest and watersheds conservation programs: in 2014, FMCN celebrated the 15th anniversary of its fire management initiative, as well as the fist decade of the fire management and restoration fund (FOMAFUR). FOMAFUR embodies and capacities centered on fire protection, fire management, and restoration. This program also focuses to address Mexico's water crisis through its cities and watersheds project, which tries to involve both urban populations and rural communities to achieve this goal. The project activities are carried out by non governmental organizations (NGOs), which foster collaboration among different sectors for the shared objective to improve the health of Mexico's ecosystems and enhance the operation of the hydrological cycle. The work of these NGOs provides the most efficient way of uniting multiple actors who may otherwise work independently. 2) Coastal and Marine Conservation program: The objective of this program is to finance the conservation initiative of networks of representative coastal and marine ecosystems in the Gulf of California and the Mesoamerican reef through two mechanisms: The Gulf of California Fund (FGC) - FMCN's activities in the Gulf of California provide support of the effective management of marine-coastal areas required for biodiversity. They also contribute to the development of sustainable fishery activities in marine protected areas and their respective zones of influence, and consolidate capabilities of civil organizations, citizen participation, and the foundation of the social fabric of coastal communities. Mesoamerican reef fund (MAR Fund) which is an alliance created by the four National Environmental Funds of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras as a mechanism to finance the conservation transcends international boundaries to conserve an ecoregion in a complete and integrated fashion. As the Mexican representative in alliance, FMCN is responsible for administering resources for projects in Mexico.
Program expenses $4,135,010.00$3,764,901.00  
Grants and allocations made $2,313,537.00$2,311,638.00  
Program description Conservation Program: The program focuses on two aspects of conservation; forest and watersheds conservation program, and marine and coastal conservation program. 1. Forest and watersheds conservation programs: in 2014, FMCN celebrated the 15th anniversary of its fire management initiative, as well as the fist decade of the fire management and restoration fund (FOMAFUR). FOMAFUR embodies and capacities centered on fire protection, fire management, and restoration. This program also focuses to address Mexico's water crisis through its cities and watersheds project, which tries to involve both urban populations and rural communities to achieve this goal. The project activities are carried out by non governmental organizations (NGOs), which foster collaboration among different sectors for the shared objective to improve the health of Mexico's ecosystems and enhance the operation of the hydrological cycle. The work of these NGOs provides the most efficient way of uniting multiple actors who may otherwise work independently. 2) Coastal and Marine Conservation program: The objective of this program is to finance the conservation initiative of networks of representative coastal and marine ecosystems in the Gulf of California and the Mesoamerican reef through two mechanisms: The Gulf of California Fund (FGC) - FMCN's activities in the Gulf of California provide support of the effective management of marine-coastal areas required for biodiversity. They also contribute to the development of sustainable fishery activities in marine protected areas and their respective zones of influence, and consolidate capabilities of civil organizations, citizen participation, and the foundation of the social fabric of coastal communities. Mesoamerican reef fund (MAR Fund) which is an alliance created by the four National Environmental Funds of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras as a mechanism to finance the conservation transcends international boundaries to conserve an ecoregion in a complete and integrated fashion. As the Mexican representative in alliance, FMCN is responsible for administering resources for projects in Mexico.CONSERVATION PROGRAM: THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON TWO ASPECTS OF CONSERVATION; FOREST AND WATERSHEDS CONSERVATION PROGRAM, AND MARINE AND COSTAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM. 1) FOREST AND WATERSHEDS CONSERVATION PROGRAM: IN 2014, FMCN CELEBRATED THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FIRE MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE, AS WELL AS THE FIRST DECADE OF THE FIRE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION FUND (FOMAFUR). FOMAFUR EMBODIES AN INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT TO IMPROVE, ON A LONG-TERM BASIS, KEY CAPACITIES CENTERED ON FIRE PROTECTION, FIRE MANAGEMENT, AND RESTORATION. THIS PROGRAM ALSO FOCUSES TO ADDRESS MEXICO'S WATER CRISIS THROUGH ITS CITIES AND WATERSHEDS PROJECT, WHICH STRIVES TO INVOLVE BOTH URBAN POPULATIONS AND RURAL COMMUNTIIES TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. THE PROJECT ACTIVITIES ARE CARRIED OUT BY NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS), WHICH FOSTER COLLABORATION AMOUNG DIFFERENT SECTORS FOR THE SHARED OBJECTIVE TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF MEXICO'S ECOSYSTEMS AND ENHANCE THE OPERATION OF THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE. THE WORK OF THESE NGOS PROVIDES THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY OF UNITING MULTIPLE ACTORS WHO MAY OTHERWISE WORK INDEPENDENTLY. 2) COSTAL AND MARINE CONSERVATION PROGRAM: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO FINANCE THE CONSERVATION INITIATIVE OF NETWORKS OF REPRESENTATIVE COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND THE MESOAMERICAN REEF THROUGH TWO MECHANISMS: A) THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA FUND (FGC): FMCN'S ACTIVITIES IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF MARINE-COASTAL AREAS REQUIRED FOR BIODIVERSITY. THEY ALSO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE FISHERY ACTIVITIES IN MARINE PROTECTED AREAS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE ZONES OF INFLUENCE, AND CONSOLIDATE CAPABILITIES OF CIVIL ORGANIZATIONS, CITIZEN PARTICIPATION, AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE SOCIAL FABRIC OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES. MESOAMERICAN REEF FUND (MAR FUND) WHICH IS AN ALLIANCE CREATED BY THE FOUR NATIONAL ENVIROMENTAL FUNDS OF MEXICO, BELIZE, GUATEMALA, AND HONDURAS AS A MECHANISM TO FINANCE THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF RESOURCES OF THE MESOAMERICAN REEF ECOREGION. IT IS THE FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL FUND IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE THAT TRANSCENDS INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES TO CONSERVE AN ECOREGION IN A COMPLETE AND INTEGRATED FASHION. AS THE MEXICAN REPRESENTATIVE IN THE ALLIANCE, FMCN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADMINISTERING RESOURCES FOR PROJECTS IN MEXICO.  
FMCN designs, promotes and implements, innovative financing mechanisms, as well as particular projects that promote biodiversity conservation in Mexico. Currently, three projects and special initiatives are implemented: 1) Golden Eagle: It seeks the recovery of the populations of the Golden Eagle and its habitat in Mexico. 2) Leadership Program in the Mesoamerican Reef System (MAR Leadership): Strengthens local leaders for reef conservation in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize. 3) Sustainable Rural Life: Promotes the use of ecotecnics in rural communities bordering federal and state protected areas. 4) Watersheds in the Context of Climate Change (C6) project aims to promote integrated management of selected coastal basins to conserve their biodiversity, contribute to climate change mitigation and strengthen the sustainable use of their natural resources. This is for the recovery of watershed functionality and the provision of its ecosystem services.
Program expenses$3,991,968.00    
Grants and allocations made$2,587,694.00    
Program descriptionFMCN designs, promotes and implements, innovative financing mechanisms, as well as particular projects that promote biodiversity conservation in Mexico. Currently, three projects and special initiatives are implemented: 1) Golden Eagle: It seeks the recovery of the populations of the Golden Eagle and its habitat in Mexico. 2) Leadership Program in the Mesoamerican Reef System (MAR Leadership): Strengthens local leaders for reef conservation in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize. 3) Sustainable Rural Life: Promotes the use of ecotecnics in rural communities bordering federal and state protected areas. 4) Watersheds in the Context of Climate Change (C6) project aims to promote integrated management of selected coastal basins to conserve their biodiversity, contribute to climate change mitigation and strengthen the sustainable use of their natural resources. This is for the recovery of watershed functionality and the provision of its ecosystem services.    
Natural Protected Area Fund (FANP) is a initiative within FMCN that supports the consolidation of these zones. Seventeen years after it began operations, during which it has sought to continually improve and enhance its ability to adapt to and face new challenges to conserve mexico's natural protected area (ANP), The Technical Committee of FASNP decided to implement a process to update and adjust its strategy, which started in september 2013 and concluded in July 2014.
Program expenses $2,437,001.00$2,774,272.00  
Grants and allocations made $1,789,973.00$2,121,013.00  
Program description Natural Protected Area Fund (FANP) is a initiative within FMCN that supports the consolidation of these zones. Seventeen years after it began operations, during which it has sought to continually improve and enhance its ability to adapt to and face new challenges to conserve mexico's natural protected area (ANP), The Technical Committee of FASNP decided to implement a process to update and adjust its strategy, which started in september 2013 and concluded in July 2014.NATURAL PROTECTED AREAS FUND (FANP) IS AN INITIATIVE WITHIN FMCN THAT SUPPORTS THE CONSOLIDATION OF THESE ZONES. SEVENTEEN YEARS AFTER IT BEGAN OPERATIONS, DURING WHICH IT HAS SOUGHT TO CONTINUALLY IMPROVE AND ENHANCE ITS ABILITY TO ADAPT TO AND FACE NEW CHALLENGES TO CONSERVE MEXICO'S NATURAL PROTECTED AREAS (ANP), THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF FANP DECIDED TO IMPLEMENT A PROCESS TO UPDATE AND ADJUST ITS STRATEGY, WHICH STARTED IN SEPTEMBER 2013 AND CONCLUDED IN JULY 2014.  
PROTECTED AREAS FUND IN 1997, THE WORLD BANK SIGNED AN AGREEMENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO AND THE MEXICAN FUND FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE (FMCN) THAT RESULTED IN AN INITIAL TRANSFER OF ENDOWMENT FUNDS FROM THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITY (GEF) TO FMCN BY MEANS OF THE WORLD BANK. THIS CONTRIBUTION LED TO THE FORMATION OF THE PROTECTED AREAS FUND (FONDO PARA AREAS NATURALES PROTEGIDAS, FANP). IN THIS PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHEME, FMCN IS CHARGED WITH THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF FANP, CHANNELING ANNUAL INTEREST TO THE BASIC OPERATIONS OF PRIORITY PROTECTED AREAS. FMCN ALSO SUPERVISES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FUNDS AND RAISES ADDITIONAL RESOURCES. FANP HAS QUADRUPLED ITS ENDOWMENT WITH THE SUPPORT OF A SECOND DONATION FROM THE WORLD BANK AND ELEVEN ADDITIONAL DONORS. FANP CURRENTLY SUPPORTS 24 PROTECTED AREAS
Program expenses   $3,066,889.00$3,085,858.00
Grants and allocations made   $2,338,258.00$2,460,122.00
Program description   PROTECTED AREAS FUND IN 1997, THE WORLD BANK SIGNED AN AGREEMENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO AND THE MEXICAN FUND FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE (FMCN) THAT RESULTED IN AN INITIAL TRANSFER OF ENDOWMENT FUNDS FROM THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITY (GEF) TO FMCN BY MEANS OF THE WORLD BANK. THIS CONTRIBUTION LED TO THE FORMATION OF THE PROTECTED AREAS FUND (FONDO PARA AREAS NATURALES PROTEGIDAS, FANP). IN THIS PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHEME, FMCN IS CHARGED WITH THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF FANP, CHANNELING ANNUAL INTEREST TO THE BASIC OPERATIONS OF PRIORITY PROTECTED AREAS. FMCN ALSO SUPERVISES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FUNDS AND RAISES ADDITIONAL RESOURCES. FANP HAS QUADRUPLED ITS ENDOWMENT WITH THE SUPPORT OF A SECOND DONATION FROM THE WORLD BANK AND ELEVEN ADDITIONAL DONORS. FANP CURRENTLY SUPPORTS 24 PROTECTED AREASPROTECTED AREAS FUND IN 1997, THE WORLD BANK SIGNED AN AGREEMENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO AND THE MEXICAN FUND FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE (FMCN) THAT RESULTED IN AN INITIAL TRANSFER OF ENDOWMENT FUNDS FROM THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITY (GEF) TO FMCN BY MEANS OF THE WORLD BANK. THIS CONTRIBUTION LED TO THE FORMATION OF THE PROTECTED AREAS FUND (FONDO PARA AREAS NATURALES PROTEGIDAS, FANP). IN THIS PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHEME, FMCN IS CHARGED WITH THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF FANP, CHANNELING ANNUAL INTEREST TO THE BASIC OPERATIONS OF PRIORITY PROTECTED AREAS. FMCN ALSO SUPERVISES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FUNDS AND RAISES ADDITIONAL RESOURCES. FANP HAS QUADRUPLED ITS ENDOWMENT WITH THE SUPPORT OF A SECOND DONATION FROM THE WORLD BANK AND ELEVEN ADDITIONAL DONORS. FANP CURRENTLY SUPPORTS 24 PROTECTED AREAS
SPECIAL AND DESIGN PROJECTS:THE FUND FOCUSES ON FOUR PROGRAMS: 1) COMMUNICATION FOR CONSERVATION, WHICH IS A COMMUNICATION STRATEGY WHICH WILL BE A TRANSVERSAL TOOL TO SUPPORT CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AND FUNDRAISING EFFORTS; 2) SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIFE, TO REDUCE DEFORESTATION AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELL-BEING THROUGH THE USE OF ECO-TECHNOLOGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SANITARY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES; 3) MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM,THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IS A JOINT VENTURE OF THE MEXICAN CONSERVATION FUND A.C. (WWW.FMCN.ORG) AND THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION (WWW.SUMMITFDN.ORG). THE PROGRAM OPERATES ON THE BASIS OF "COHORTS" (OR GENERATIONS) OF LEADERS COMPOSED OF 10 TO TWELVE FELLOWS SELECTED FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDS AND REPRESENTING THE FOUR MAR COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATING LEADERS OF THE PROGRAM EACH DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOCUSED ON ADVANCING A CRITICAL CONSERVATION EFFORT OF THE MAR REGION. BY 2015, THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ANTICIPATES TO CYCLE FIVE COHORTS OF MAR CONSERVATION LEADERS (APPROXIMATELY 60 FELLOWS) AND SEE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MINIMUM OF 33 CONSERVATION PROJECTS IN THE MAR REGION, WE ANTICIPATE THAT AT LEAST 18 OF THESE 33 PROJECTS, WILL PROVIDE REPLICABLE MODELS THAT CAN BE SCALED UP TO THE REGIONAL LEVEL.THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO CREATE A STRONG NETWORK OF CONSERVATION LEADERS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY TO ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE MAR REGION. 4)THE GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF THE "GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATION AND HABITAT RECOVERY PROJECT" (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CANADENSIS) IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE RECOVERY AND CONSERVATION OF WILD GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT WITHIN THEIR HISTORICAL DISTRIBUTION IN MEXICO, AND TO MITIGATE HUMAN IMPACT ON THE POPULATIONS OF THE SPECIES. FMCN IS STRIVING TO UNITE ACTORS FROM BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AGENCIES TO ENSURE LONG-TERM ACTIONS AND TO GUARANTEE CONTINUITY DESPITE CHANGES IN THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION. THE PROJECT INTEGRATES MEXICAN EXPERTS ON THE TOPIC, PLAYERS FROM THE PUBLIC SECTOR, PRIVATE SECTOR, OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (USFWS).
Program expenses   $2,788,899.00$1,663,398.00
Grants and allocations made   $1,107,583.00$79,568.00
Program description   SPECIAL AND DESIGN PROJECTS:THE FUND FOCUSES ON FOUR PROGRAMS: 1) COMMUNICATION FOR CONSERVATION, WHICH IS A COMMUNICATION STRATEGY WHICH WILL BE A TRANSVERSAL TOOL TO SUPPORT CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AND FUNDRAISING EFFORTS; 2) SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIFE, TO REDUCE DEFORESTATION AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELL-BEING THROUGH THE USE OF ECO-TECHNOLOGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SANITARY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES; 3) MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM,THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IS A JOINT VENTURE OF THE MEXICAN CONSERVATION FUND A.C. (WWW.FMCN.ORG) AND THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION (WWW.SUMMITFDN.ORG). THE PROGRAM OPERATES ON THE BASIS OF "COHORTS" (OR GENERATIONS) OF LEADERS COMPOSED OF 10 TO TWELVE FELLOWS SELECTED FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDS AND REPRESENTING THE FOUR MAR COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATING LEADERS OF THE PROGRAM EACH DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOCUSED ON ADVANCING A CRITICAL CONSERVATION EFFORT OF THE MAR REGION. BY 2015, THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ANTICIPATES TO CYCLE FIVE COHORTS OF MAR CONSERVATION LEADERS (APPROXIMATELY 60 FELLOWS) AND SEE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MINIMUM OF 33 CONSERVATION PROJECTS IN THE MAR REGION, WE ANTICIPATE THAT AT LEAST 18 OF THESE 33 PROJECTS, WILL PROVIDE REPLICABLE MODELS THAT CAN BE SCALED UP TO THE REGIONAL LEVEL.THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO CREATE A STRONG NETWORK OF CONSERVATION LEADERS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY TO ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE MAR REGION. 4)THE GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF THE "GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATION AND HABITAT RECOVERY PROJECT" (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CANADENSIS) IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE RECOVERY AND CONSERVATION OF WILD GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT WITHIN THEIR HISTORICAL DISTRIBUTION IN MEXICO, AND TO MITIGATE HUMAN IMPACT ON THE POPULATIONS OF THE SPECIES. FMCN IS STRIVING TO UNITE ACTORS FROM BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AGENCIES TO ENSURE LONG-TERM ACTIONS AND TO GUARANTEE CONTINUITY DESPITE CHANGES IN THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION. THE PROJECT INTEGRATES MEXICAN EXPERTS ON THE TOPIC, PLAYERS FROM THE PUBLIC SECTOR, PRIVATE SECTOR, OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (USFWS).SPECIAL AND DESIGN PROJECTS:THE FUND FOCUSES ON FOUR PROGRAMS: 1) COMMUNICATION FOR CONSERVATION, WHICH IS A COMMUNICATION STRATEGY WHICH WILL BE A TRANSVERSAL TOOL TO SUPPORT CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AND FUNDRAISING EFFORTS; 2) SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIFE, TO REDUCE DEFORESTATION AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELL-BEING THROUGH THE USE OF ECO-TECHNOLOGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SANITARY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES; 3) MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM,THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IS A JOINT VENTURE OF THE MEXICAN CONSERVATION FUND A.C. (WWW.FMCN.ORG) AND THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION (WWW.SUMMITFDN.ORG). THE PROGRAM OPERATES ON THE BASIS OF "COHORTS" (OR GENERATIONS) OF LEADERS COMPOSED OF 10 TO TWELVE FELLOWS SELECTED FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDS AND REPRESENTING THE FOUR MAR COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATING LEADERS OF THE PROGRAM EACH DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOCUSED ON ADVANCING A CRITICAL CONSERVATION EFFORT OF THE MAR REGION. BY 2015, THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ANTICIPATES TO CYCLE FIVE COHORTS OF MAR CONSERVATION LEADERS (APPROXIMATELY 60 FELLOWS) AND SEE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MINIMUM OF 33 CONSERVATION PROJECTS IN THE MAR REGION, WE ANTICIPATE THAT AT LEAST 18 OF THESE 33 PROJECTS, WILL PROVIDE REPLICABLE MODELS THAT CAN BE SCALED UP TO THE REGIONAL LEVEL.THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO CREATE A STRONG NETWORK OF CONSERVATION LEADERS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY TO ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE MAR REGION. 4)THE GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF THE "GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATION AND HABITAT RECOVERY PROJECT" (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CANADENSIS) IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE RECOVERY AND CONSERVATION OF WILD GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT WITHIN THEIR HISTORICAL DISTRIBUTION IN MEXICO, AND TO MITIGATE HUMAN IMPACT ON THE POPULATIONS OF THE SPECIES. FMCN IS STRIVING TO UNITE ACTORS FROM BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AGENCIES TO ENSURE LONG-TERM ACTIONS AND TO GUARANTEE CONTINUITY DESPITE CHANGES IN THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION. THE PROJECT INTEGRATES MEXICAN EXPERTS ON THE TOPIC, PLAYERS FROM THE PUBLIC SECTOR, PRIVATE SECTOR, OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (USFWS).
SPECIAL AND INNOVATIVE PROJECTS: 1) COASTAL WATERSHEDS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE PROJECT (C6): ITS BROAD-BASED OBJECTIVE INVOLVES PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT OF 16 COASTAL WATERSHEDS LOCATED ON BOTH OF MEXICO'S COASTS, INCLUDING 10 PRIORITY WESTERN WATERSHEDS THAT FLOW INTO THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA. IN TERMS OF ITS PROGRAMS AND AT THE LANDSCAPE LEVEL IT IS PART OF THE EFFORT TO CONSOLIDATE A FUNCTIONAL NETWORK OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, BASED ON THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES GENERATED BY AN ENDOWMENT FUND. 2) SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIFE: TO REDUCE DEFORSTATION AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELL-BEING THROUGH THE USE OF ECO-TECHNOLOGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SANITARY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES. 3) MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM: THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IS A JOINT VENTURE OF FMCN AND THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION. THE PROGRAM WORKS ON THE BASIS OF "COHORTS" (OR GENERATIONS) OF LEADERS COMPOSED OF 10 TO 12 FELLOWS SELECTED FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDS AND REPRESENTING THE FOUR MAR COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATING LEADERS DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOCUSED ON A CRITICAL CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITY IN THE MAR REGION. THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO CREATE A STRONG NETWORK OF CONSERVATION LEADERS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY TO ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE MAR REGION. 4) RESTORATION OF THE WILD GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT IN MEXICO: IN 2013, FMCN SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED THE FIRST STAGE (2010-2013) OF THE PROJECT RESTORATION OF THE WILD GOLDEN EAGLE (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CANADENSIS) POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT IN MEXICO, WHICH INVOLVED THE DETAILED DESIGN OF THIS STAGE AND PREPARATION OF COMMUNICATION MATERIALS. THE FIRST YEAR OF THE SECOND STAGE OF THE PROJECT BEGAN IN 2014, FOCUSING ON SPECIFIC MONITORING, CONSERVATION, RESTORATION, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES. 5) OTHER INNOVATIVE PROJECTS: SINCE ITS CREATION, FMCN HAS SOUGHT TO IMPLEMENT INNOVATIVE MECHANISMS TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES EARMARKED FOR CONSERVATION, WHILE ENHANCING ITS INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTH AND FINANCIAL-ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO RESOURCE RECIPIENTS WHO PERFORM THE CRUCIAL TASK OF EMPLOYING THESE RESOURCES IN THE FIELD.
Program expenses  $1,969,367.00  
Grants and allocations made  $1,680,855.00  
Program description  SPECIAL AND INNOVATIVE PROJECTS: 1) COASTAL WATERSHEDS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE PROJECT (C6): ITS BROAD-BASED OBJECTIVE INVOLVES PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT OF 16 COASTAL WATERSHEDS LOCATED ON BOTH OF MEXICO'S COASTS, INCLUDING 10 PRIORITY WESTERN WATERSHEDS THAT FLOW INTO THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA. IN TERMS OF ITS PROGRAMS AND AT THE LANDSCAPE LEVEL IT IS PART OF THE EFFORT TO CONSOLIDATE A FUNCTIONAL NETWORK OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, BASED ON THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES GENERATED BY AN ENDOWMENT FUND. 2) SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIFE: TO REDUCE DEFORSTATION AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELL-BEING THROUGH THE USE OF ECO-TECHNOLOGIES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SANITARY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES. 3) MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM: THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IS A JOINT VENTURE OF FMCN AND THE SUMMIT FOUNDATION. THE PROGRAM WORKS ON THE BASIS OF "COHORTS" (OR GENERATIONS) OF LEADERS COMPOSED OF 10 TO 12 FELLOWS SELECTED FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDS AND REPRESENTING THE FOUR MAR COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATING LEADERS DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOCUSED ON A CRITICAL CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITY IN THE MAR REGION. THE MAR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO CREATE A STRONG NETWORK OF CONSERVATION LEADERS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY TO ENHANCE AND PRESERVE THE MAR REGION. 4) RESTORATION OF THE WILD GOLDEN EAGLE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT IN MEXICO: IN 2013, FMCN SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED THE FIRST STAGE (2010-2013) OF THE PROJECT RESTORATION OF THE WILD GOLDEN EAGLE (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CANADENSIS) POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT IN MEXICO, WHICH INVOLVED THE DETAILED DESIGN OF THIS STAGE AND PREPARATION OF COMMUNICATION MATERIALS. THE FIRST YEAR OF THE SECOND STAGE OF THE PROJECT BEGAN IN 2014, FOCUSING ON SPECIFIC MONITORING, CONSERVATION, RESTORATION, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES. 5) OTHER INNOVATIVE PROJECTS: SINCE ITS CREATION, FMCN HAS SOUGHT TO IMPLEMENT INNOVATIVE MECHANISMS TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES EARMARKED FOR CONSERVATION, WHILE ENHANCING ITS INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTH AND FINANCIAL-ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO RESOURCE RECIPIENTS WHO PERFORM THE CRUCIAL TASK OF EMPLOYING THESE RESOURCES IN THE FIELD.  
Special and Design Projects: 1. Coastal watherseds in the context of climate change project (C6): Its broad -based objetive involves providing support for the comprehensive management of 16 coastal watersheds located on both of Mexico's coasts, including 10 priority western watershed that flow into the gulf of California. In terms os its programas and at the landscape level it is part of the effort to consolidate a functional network of marine protected areas, based on the financial resources generated by and endowment fund. 2. Sustainable rural life; to redsuce deforstation an contribute to social well-being through the use of eco-technologies and renewable energy in order to impove the environmental, sanitary and economic conditions of rural communities. 3. Mesoamerican reef leadeship program: Intented to prmote the integrated management of solid waste in the Mesoamerican Reef Region. To enable them to face this challenge, these leaders were trained in sustainable materials management so as to reduce the amount of generated waste, encourage the reutilization of component materials, promote composting and recycling, while generation employment in the recycling sector to drive regional economic development.
Program expenses $3,707,750.00   
Grants and allocations made $3,376,093.00   
Program description Special and Design Projects: 1. Coastal watherseds in the context of climate change project (C6): Its broad -based objetive involves providing support for the comprehensive management of 16 coastal watersheds located on both of Mexico's coasts, including 10 priority western watershed that flow into the gulf of California. In terms os its programas and at the landscape level it is part of the effort to consolidate a functional network of marine protected areas, based on the financial resources generated by and endowment fund. 2. Sustainable rural life; to redsuce deforstation an contribute to social well-being through the use of eco-technologies and renewable energy in order to impove the environmental, sanitary and economic conditions of rural communities. 3. Mesoamerican reef leadeship program: Intented to prmote the integrated management of solid waste in the Mesoamerican Reef Region. To enable them to face this challenge, these leaders were trained in sustainable materials management so as to reduce the amount of generated waste, encourage the reutilization of component materials, promote composting and recycling, while generation employment in the recycling sector to drive regional economic development.   
The Program for the Conservation of Protected Natural Areas (PCANP) supports the efficient use of financial resources in the protected natural areas (ANP) of Mexico administered by the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (CONANP). It provides tools to strengthen its operation and ensure the conservation of representative ecosystems in the long term. The PCANP and CONANP work together to create and strengthen present and future synergies around training, climate change, biological monitoring, remote monitoring and cooperation with civil society organizations. Currently, the PCANP operates through the following initiatives: 1. Fund for Natural Protected Areas (FANP): that seeks to support the efficient use of financial resources channeled by FMCN to the ANPs of Mexico administered by the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP). 2. Learning Community of Natural Protected Areas: its aim is to strengthen the capacities of the members of the Community of Learning of ANP. 3. Training for conservation: it trained 500 park rangers and ensure a better performance in their functions and management of the ANPs. 4. Conservation of marine resources in Central America: its purpose is contributing to the consolidation of marine and coastal protected areas.
Program expenses$2,546,337.00    
Grants and allocations made$1,868,978.00    
Program descriptionThe Program for the Conservation of Protected Natural Areas (PCANP) supports the efficient use of financial resources in the protected natural areas (ANP) of Mexico administered by the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (CONANP). It provides tools to strengthen its operation and ensure the conservation of representative ecosystems in the long term. The PCANP and CONANP work together to create and strengthen present and future synergies around training, climate change, biological monitoring, remote monitoring and cooperation with civil society organizations. Currently, the PCANP operates through the following initiatives: 1. Fund for Natural Protected Areas (FANP): that seeks to support the efficient use of financial resources channeled by FMCN to the ANPs of Mexico administered by the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP). 2. Learning Community of Natural Protected Areas: its aim is to strengthen the capacities of the members of the Community of Learning of ANP. 3. Training for conservation: it trained 500 park rangers and ensure a better performance in their functions and management of the ANPs. 4. Conservation of marine resources in Central America: its purpose is contributing to the consolidation of marine and coastal protected areas.    
Financial data
Revenue
Total revenue$14,381,760.00$13,922,844.00$17,517,975.00$9,599,730.00$7,921,851.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$7,190,180.00$8,561,218.00$12,434,321.00$4,448,697.00$2,896,969.00
Investment income, current yr$7,015,951.00$5,361,617.00$5,079,617.00$5,150,899.00$5,015,418.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$7,190,180.00$8,561,218.00$12,434,321.00$4,448,697.00$2,896,969.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$4,311.00$9.00$4,037.00$134.00$9,464.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Program service revenue (total)$171,318.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Gross receipts$14,381,760.00$13,922,844.00$18,985,682.00$9,599,730.00$7,921,851.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from federated campaigns $0.00   
Contributions revenue from membership dues $0.00   
Contributions from related organizations $0.00   
Revenue from gov't grants$181,938.00$228,291.00$8,176,130.00$1,336,092.00$306,447.00
Revenue from all other contributions$7,008,242.00$8,332,927.00$4,258,191.00$3,112,605.00$2,590,522.00
Other types of revenue
Royalties (total)   $0.00$0.00
Miscellaneous revenue (total)$4,311.00$9.00$4,037.00$134.00$9,464.00
Net revenue from gaming (total)   $0.00$0.00
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$4,511,829.00$5,083,242.00$4,947,302.00$4,739,161.00$4,927,443.00
Net rental income $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net income from fundraising events   $0.00$0.00
Net inventory sales (total)   $0.00$0.00
Expense categories (totals)
Total functional expenses: sum of all$10,738,209.00$11,294,927.00$10,317,964.00$10,128,301.00$8,525,812.00
Total functional expenses: program service $9,603,442.00$10,279,761.00$8,508,540.00$9,330,202.00$7,694,158.00
Total functional expenses: management and general$982,405.00$947,590.00$1,671,601.00$798,099.00$831,654.00
Total functional expenses: fundraising$152,362.00$67,576.00$137,823.00$0.00$0.00
Fees for services
Lobbying fees (total) $0.00 $0.00$0.00
Legal fees (total)$9,302.00$19,360.00$9,463.00$11,814.00$12,177.00
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
General management fees (total) $0.00 $0.00$0.00
Investment management fees (total)$229,367.00$221,231.00$257,978.00$249,766.00$232,327.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$114,831,059.00$117,982,944.00$129,850,206.00$128,394,723.00$126,838,505.00
Total assets, beginning of year$117,982,944.00$129,850,206.00$128,394,723.00$126,838,505.00$115,510,122.00
Total liabilities$631,836.00$499,257.00$674,141.00$302,835.00$405,204.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$499,257.00$674,141.00$302,835.00$405,204.00$339,592.00
Pledges & accounts receivable, net$0.00$156,103.00$180,791.00$185,595.00$245,436.00
Loans & receivables from key persons$0.00$0.00 $0.00$0.00
Unrestricted net assets, end of yr$0.00$0.00   
Temporarily restricted net assets$0.00    
Permanently restricted net assets, end of yr$0.00    
Net assets$114,199,223.00$117,483,687.00$129,176,065.00$128,091,888.00$126,433,301.00
Net assets, beginning of year$117,483,687.00$129,176,065.00$128,091,888.00$126,433,301.00$115,170,530.00
Other liabilities$446,992.00$463,396.00$442,034.00$222,921.00$318,068.00
Bond liabilities$0.00    
Intangible assets$0.00$0.00 $53.00$633.00
Other assets$7,947.00$8,912.00$9,283.00$10,203.00$11,325.00
Investments: other securities   $0.00$0.00
Investments: publicly traded securities$113,905,452.00$117,288,881.00$129,099,771.00$122,443,568.00$119,667,601.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$553,472.00$313,798.00$221,389.00$240,056.00$436,230.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$313,798.00$221,389.00$240,056.00$436,230.00$362,828.00
Investments -- program-related   $0.00$0.00
Escrow or custodial account liability$0.00    
Loans and other payables to key persons   $0.00$0.00
Grants payable$0.00$0.00   
Inventories for sale or use$0.00$0.00   
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$3,643,551.00$2,627,917.00$7,200,011.00-$528,571.00-$603,961.00
Advertising (total)$34,652.00$49,049.00$57,083.00$91,358.00$79,023.00
Savings & temp cash investment$0.00$0.00 $5,291,159.00$6,275,202.00
Accounts receivable, net$29,644.00$51,893.00$103,458.00$63,732.00$37,191.00
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$0.00$0.00   
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$184,844.00$35,861.00$232,107.00$79,914.00$87,136.00
Deferred revenue$0.00    
Unsecured notes & loans to unrelated parties$0.00    
Secured mortgages and notes payable$0.00    
Total net assets or fund balances$114,199,223.00$117,483,687.00$129,176,065.00$128,091,888.00$126,433,301.00
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$38,819.00$94,674.00$138,474.00$21,434.00$22,783.00
Payment to affiliates$0.00$0.00 $0.00$0.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members2322232321
Number of independent voting members2322232321
Financial sheets auditedTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Cash accountingTrueTrue   
Accrual accounting  TrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-01-012015-01-012014-01-012013-01-012012-01-01
Tax year end date2016-12-012015-12-012014-12-012013-12-012012-12-01
Metadata about the filing
E-return type: 990, 990EZ, or 990PF990990990990990
Date e-filing submitted2018-01-082017-03-302016-02-192014-12-092013-12-31
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v2.12014v5.02013v3.12012v2.1
Filing identifier201713199349310966201613219349300141201543179349303734201433149349302743201323039349301467
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