Since its foundation in 1994, the Mexican Fund has been a non-profit organization that seeks to build a sustainable future for Mexico through the mobilization of financial resources, building partnerships and decision making focused on conservation and use of natural resources. Its work focuses on conservation programs, protected areas, seas and coasts, forests and watersheds and innovative projects in ecosystems such as forests, jungles, coral reefs, mangroves, deserts, coastal wetlands, among others.
FMCN manages 11 endowment funds, and since its establishment, it has disbursed 123.5 million dollars to a wide variety of sustainable environment conservation initiatives in Mexico.
USD million in endowment funds
hectares of protected areas supported in Mexico