Fragments of Hope Ltd. (FoH) is a community-based organization located on the Placencia Peninsula. Our focus is the restoration of coral reef habitats and advocating for the sustainable management of its associated habitats.
Fragments of Hope Corp is now a 501(c)3 public charity. Donors can deduct contributions they make under IRC Section 170(b) (1) (A) (vi). We are also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers, or gifts under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522

OUR UNIQUE MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

Our members are considered partners and we believe that every partner truly understands the importance of healthy coral reefs. We do not dedicate valuable resources on material benefits for members. Membership is automatic and all contributions are dedicated to the actual coral restoration work.

ACROPORA MEMBER

Acropora species of corals include the brightly colored staghorn and elkhorn corals. They are important reef building corals and provide habitat for a wide diversity of marine life. Acropora members play a vital role in supporting the work of the organization in the same way that Acroporids support coral reefs.

How to become a member?

  • Providing volunteer or in-kind contribution to the work of the organization qualifies an individual or entity
  • Membership is yearly

Benefits?

  • Satisfaction that your contribution has contributed to more resilient coral reefs for the benefit of Belize
  • **Name of long-standing supporters will be acknowledged on the FoH yearly publication in the Placencia Breeze
  • **Board of Directors will identify and vet long-standing contributors
Become a Acropora member


DIADEMA MEMBER

Diadema antillarum is a long-spined sea urchin that is usually black in color but sometimes white. They are important herbivores that feed on macroalgae, thus creating open substrate for coral growth and recruitment. Diadema members play a vital role in supporting the work of FoH in the same way that Diadema supports coral growth.

How to become a member?

  • Financial contribution of $2000 – $10,000
  • Membership is yearly

Benefits?

  • Satisfaction that your contribution has contributed to employment of community leaders involved in coral restoration efforts
  • Name will be acknowledged on the FoH yearly publication in the Placencia Breeze
  • Name and/or logo will be featured on publicity tools produced by FoH (website, social media, videos)
  • Invitation (2 persons) for yearly field expedition to restoration sites
  • Invitation (2 persons) for yearly Coral Mixer
Become a Diadema member


CHRYSURUS MEMBER

The yellowtail damselfish (Mycrospathodon chrysurus)is a beautiful and notable inhabitant of healthy coral reefs. They maintain coral territories that provide them with hiding spots, dietary needs and reproductive areas. They defend their territories and are most aggressive when the quality of their territory is high. Chrysurus members play a vital role in supporting the work of the organization in a similar way that the yellowtail damsel protects its territory.

How to become a member?

  • Financial contribution over $10,000
  • Membership is perpetual

Benefits?

  • Satisfaction that your contribution has contributed to employment of community leaders involved in coral restoration efforts
  • Satisfaction that your contribution has contributed to the implementation of the organization’s strategic objectives
  • Name will be acknowledged on the FoH yearly publication in the Placencia Breeze
  • Name and/or logo will be featured on publicity tools produced by FoH (website, social media, videos)
  • Invitation (4 persons) for yearly field expedition to restoration sites
  • Invitation (4 persons) for yearly Coral Mixer
Become a Chrysurus member


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