The Pegasus Foundation
The Pegasus Foundation improves animal welfare through effective grant making and education in the United States, the Caribbean, Native American lands and Kenya.
Through a strategy of engaged philanthropy, the Pegasus Foundation serves as a catalyst to help non-profit organizations achieve their potential by forming partnerships, leveraging resources, and educating the public. The Pegasus Foundation seeks to inspire collaborations by organizing conferences and meetings, and facilitating communications.
The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation
The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation funds inspired scientific research and innovative educational programs to encourage conservation and best management practices for sustainable marine environments. The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation will help ensure that future generation can enjoy and benefit from a naturally balance marine ecosystem where fish and other wildlife flourish.
The Fisheries Conservation Foundation
The Fisheries Conservation Foundation (FCF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that promotes the work and knowledge of aquatic scientists, resource managers, and environmental professionals. The FCF strives to ensure that objective, peer-reviewed scientific information about fisheries and aquatic resources reaches policy-makers and the public, so the decisions made about the use of our freshwater and marine ecosystems are logical, informed, and based on the principles of sustainability.
The Fisheries Conservation Foundation was founded in 2003 as an outreach arm of the American Fisheries Society (AFS). Established in 1870, AFS is the oldest and largest professional society representing fisheries scientists around the world. Members of AFS, more than 9,000 professionals, address the full spectrum of fish, fisheries, and aquatic resource issues. The Fisheries Conservation Foundation strives to connect the scientific expertise of AFS with other conservation partners and like-minded organizations to inject current scientific knowledge of aquatic resource issues into the public and political knowledge base.
Cape Eleuthera Institute
The Cape Eleuthera Institute aims to change the way people live and view resources, especially in coastal communities. CEI connects people to the environment by being a hub for exploration, primary research, and information exchange. Local partners for education and outreach include The Island School and Deep Creek Middle School and collaborations with universities and other NGOs worldwide allow CEI to pursue projects with widespread results. The five major research areas at CEI include: sustainable food production through aquaculture and aquaponics; shark conservation; bonefish and flats ecology; coral reef ecology; and, sustainable systems (renewable energy, green building, etc.). Our facility was designed to integrate people with the local environment to create greater awareness of and respect for fragile ecosystems.
CEI works closely with Island School and Deep Creek Middle School students and hosts a variety of visiting programs and field courses from the elementary school level through to the PhD level. CEI is supported by the Cape Eleuthera Foundation, a registered US non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.