Who we are

Menorca Preservation is a Spanish Registered Foundation established in November 2017 with the aim of supporting local environmental initiatives.

The Foundation has been co-founded by Ben Goldsmith and Fani Medina with the aim of supporting local environmental initiatives.

MeP raises funds locally and internationally from people and businesses that have strong connections to the island. These funds are then distributed to local projects within our three key pillars of work: Land, Sea and Energy, with the aim of protecting and preserving Menorca’s environment, as well as its unique natural beauty.

We strongly believe that supporting local initiatives will have a strong positive impact and help to bring about the long-lasting change that Menorca needs if it is to preserve its precious environment.

Join us!


Using our scoping report and ongoing research, which covers the different environmental challenges in Menorca, Menorca Preservation works alongside key organisations focused on environmental projects on the island, in order to identify and support the areas where we can have the most significant and positive long-term preservation impact.

Projects will need to focus on one or more of our three pillars and can range from beach cleaning exercises to supporting local farmers with local food production, or even working with marine research organisations to improve the marine conservation efforts on Menorca.

Our people

OUR STEERING COMMITTEE (SC) is comprised of Menorcans, international environmentalists and local homeowners, all of whom share a common love for the island.

The SC meets every two months to approve grants and discuss fundraising. The intention is also to establish an Advisory Committee (AC), comprising local expertise to support the coordinator in selecting which grants to present to the SC.

Local team

  • Rebecca Morris

    Local Fund Director

    Rebecca was brought up and educated in Menorca. She then went to university in the UK, followed by eight years working for NGO’s (Save the Children and Médecins Sans Frontières) as project coordinator and manager around the Globe – South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia and Turkey. Rebecca returned to Menorca in 2013 to settle down with her partner and start a family. Rebecca is delighted to be running MEP and to have the opportunity to work towards a sustainable Menorca.

  • Yolanda López

    Admin & HR

  • Sara D'Eustacchio

    Comms & Impact

  • Marta Pérez

    Project Manager - Plastic Free Menorca Alliance

  • Núria Sintes Llopis

    Project Manager - PescArt Menorca

Steering Committee