Conservation Partners

As a non-profit organization, REEF relies on a variety of funding sources to run its conservation programs. In addition to contributing members and Field Stations, the following conservation partners currently support REEF marine conservation programs and education efforts (listing indicates support of a project in the last 12 months).

For more information, please contact Sasha Medlen at

Foundation Partners

  • Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund
  • The Henry Foundation
  • Robert J. and Helen H. Glaser Family Foundation
  • The Korein Foundation
  • Lenfest Ocean Program of the Pew Charitable Trusts
  • The Meyer Foundation
  • Mote Marine Laboratory Protect Our Reefs
  • The Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation
  • Norcross Wildlife Foundation
  • The Ocean Foundation
  • The Wolfe Foundation


Business Partners

  • Amoray Dive Center
  • Caradonna Dive Adventures
  • Conch Republic Divers
  • Herdeg, du Poing & Dalle Pazze, LLP
  • Horizon Divers
  • Islamorada Dive Center
  • Key Dives
  • Little Cayman Beach Resort
  • New World Publications
  • Ocean Divers
  • Oceanic
  • Peter Hillenbrand
  • Pirate Island Divers
  • Quiescence
  • Rainbow Reef Dive Center
  • ReefNet
  • Rocio del Mar
  • Rogest
  • Southern Cross Club

Other Partners

  • Cayman Islands Department of the Environment
  • Cape Eleuthera Institute
  • Florida Department of Environmental Protection
  • NOAA Aquatic Invasive Species Program
  • NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program
  • NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program
  • National Park Service

REEF is proud to be a part of the "Protect Our Reefs" program in Florida.

As a Florida driver, you can help make research, education and conservation happen. Drive the plate that helps fund research, education and conservation and you’ll be helping preserve Florida’s unique underwater beauty. When you purchase this plate from your tax collector, $25 goes to support reef research, education and conservation. And as you drive, your reef plate helps remind other Floridians about this unique Florida treasure.



































REEF is a member of the Marine Fish Conservation Network.

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