Florida Investment Firm Sends Its Profits to Charities Around the World

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American Diversified Funds spreads it fortune to the less fortunate

Unlocking Global Wealth Through Alternative Investments

American Diversified Funds (ADF), Inc. is giving away up to 50% of the firm’s profits, which is the maximum allowable by the IRS, to U.S.-based and international charities. ADF is an investment management firm that has its world headquarters in Naples, Florida with additional offices in Cape Town, South Africa and Leatherhead, England. It provides high-net-worth individuals and institutions with alternative asset class investments specializing in managed futures and hedge fund of funds investments. The firm’s commitment to charitable organizations has been integral to its operating mode and mission.

“We look at this activity as being core to our corporate governance and operational philosophy, related Robert Biggs, American Diversified’s President/CEO. “In the past, we have committed ourselves to supporting humanitarian, educational, medical, missionary and minority-orientated charities. For 2005, we will continue to demonstrate not only our corporate responsibility, but also our moral philosophy, by giving away a substantial portion of the firms profits to those who are in need”, Biggs added.

Combining its former historical charitable activities with its future investment management performance, ADF is creating the same opportunity for any new U.S based, or offshore domiciled investor. This is how the program works:

When an investor commits to one of ADF’s funds, the firm will waive the management and incentives fees for that particular client. “Given the fact ADF normally receives a 2% management fee, in addition to 20% of the profits generated, the amount of the charitable contribution can be quite substantial“, Biggs goes on to say, “each client must meet a contribution threshold in order for ADF to become its charitable partner. As a safeguard feature to the client, each program participant retains ownership of their respective capital”.

“While the fund will maintain its normal admin fee schedule, all earmarked profits go to a designated charity”, Mr. Biggs continues. “We invite institutions to call us to discuss how a charitable partnership can be implemented between them and ADF. Likewise, we encourage accredited investors to call us to support their favorite charity. ADF will also entertain adding charities, provided they meet certain operating standards and causes”, Biggs concluded.

American Diversified’s global market participation adheres to strict risk management controls, thereby providing investment returns through near-zero correlation of our 39 global managers, 28 represent hedge fund sectors and 11 represent managed futures. Collectively, they help reduce risk, reduce volatility and, when allocated properly, enhance returns.

Through international alliances and partnerships, ADF has the ability to offer a principle-protected product, in addition to featuring a performance hurdle of 10%. As a result of its portfolio managers having over $12B under management, ADF has the capability to customize, or private-label, a fund of funds or managed account product for any government or corporate pension fund, college endowments, private foundation, financial institutions, or any consulting/investment practice for high net-worth individuals.

For more information on how an institution, or accredited investor can participate in American Diversified’s year-ending 2004 and forthcoming 2005 charitable programs, please contact Mr. Robert Biggs, President/CEO at (239) 514-4929, or email him at Robert@americandiversifiedfunds.com. For more information on ADF, go to http://www.americandiversifiedfunds.com.

Contact information:

Mr. Robert Biggs

President/CEO

American Diversified Funds, Inc.

2180 Immokalee Road, Suite 301

Naples, FL 34110

Office: (239) 514-4929

Fax: (239) 514-4919

http://www.americandiversifiedfunds.com

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