Reef World Foundation

Coral reefs are believed to have the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem on the planet, even more than tropical rainforests. Occupying less than one percent of the ocean floor, coral reefs are home to more than twenty-five percent of marine life.

We work closely with a UK Charity / UN recognised NGO called Reef World Foundation on various projects that they spearhead around the world to help protect coral and marine environments. Below are some of the projects we have supported.

2020 - 2023

Sea Adventure School

The SAS was a project, led by Reef World, to build a series of floating schools in the Philippines. The intention was educate local children and build an appreciation for the marine environment which we hope that they will carry to adulthood as scientists, local governors and ecologists.

The outcomes of this project are not realised for many years but the impact could be significant!

Green Fins Initiative

Green Fins is also a Reef World project which is now also an accredited part of the prestigious United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Their purpose is to reduce the significant environmental impact that tourism has on the marine environment, specifically scuba diving and snorkeling.

Albeit a small team based out of Bristol, their impact is huge and they continue to enact positive and lasting changes to the marine environment and the communities in which they work!

Latest Project Updates

November 25th, 2022

Matthew Good Foundation continues to support Reef-World project with new £20,000 donation

We are delighted to announce that the Matthew Good Foundation has extended their support of Reef-World’s Green Fins Hub project for another two years.

July 14th, 2021

Matthew Good Foundation Chairman joins The Reef-World Foundation Board of Trustees

We are delighted to announce that our Founder and Chairman, Tim Good, has joined the board of Trustees at The Reef-World Foundation.

November 3rd, 2020

Digital hub designed to protect coral reefs shortlisted for global award

Coral reefs are believed to have the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem on the planet, even more than tropical rainforests. Occupying less than one per cent of the ocean floor, coral reefs are home to more than twenty-five percent of marine life.

May 23rd, 2014

Boat Launch!!!

The Sea Adventure School looks to help youngsters and future leaders appreciate the importance of the Coral Triangle in the Phillipines and its protection in the long term.

January 29th, 2014

Sea Adventure School Launch

The Foundation visited marine biologists JJ and Chloe in December 2013 on the Island of Puerto Galera to gain an insight into their plan and with the possible aim of supporting their project in the future.