The Rufford Foundation is a charitable organization specifically established for the development of small Rufford scholarships for nature preservation. The Mesoamerican Reef Preservation Fund is a private and participatory fund with a board of directors composed of donors, experts, the Central American Commission for Environment and Development (CCAD) and the environmental funds of each of the countries that comprise the Mesoamerican PACT Reef (Belize). German cooperation through the KFW Idea Wild seeks to minimize the loss of biodiversity by training people in the first lines of preservation by granting small donations of equipment to preservation professionals around the world to advance the research Biology, preservation education, outreach to the Community, field training, and professional development in the areas where it is most needed. The La Aurora Zoo is a private institution that dedicates its efforts to the preservation of wildlife through its recreation, animal reproduction and environmental education programs. Direct alliance with the Department of Education of the zoo in Guatemala city. Foundation for the Preservation of natural resources and environment in Guatemala in March 2000 the FCG was constituted as a private non-governmental organization for preservation, ecological, scientific, educational, technological and with legal personality and the ability to carry out the activities necessary to achieve their goals. Save our seas. For more than a decade, the Save our Seas Foundation has been dedicated to protecting life in our oceans, especially sharks and rays. We support passionate and innovative researchers, preservationists and educators from around the world, funding their projects and helping them to tell important scientific and environmental histories. Our centers in Florida, Seychelles and South Africa are dedicated to learning about sharks and rays and sharing that knowledge. The New England Biolab Foundation is a private foundation whose mission is to promote the community preservation of landscapes and seascapes and the biocultural diversity found in these places. We believe that their natural and cultural values are inextricably linked, and that indigenous and local communities must play a fundamental role in their administration.