fund-n; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: a supply or reserve of something, often money

Commentary: FUND[+quantity][+supply][+reserve] A stock or reserve of something, often money, set aside for a later time.
NOTE: when referring to money, focus is on the money itself, not the institution that manages it.

We've been raising funds all over Alabama.
The mayor has insufficient funds to build a marina.
He's amassed a huge fund of Cuban cigars.
You'll find a fund of information on how to build decks and patios on the Internet.
The children can use their trust funds to pay for college.
Sally's index funds performed well last year.
He was arrested for the misuse of public funds.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1

Sense Number 2: a financial institution that manages money organized as funds

Commentary: FUND[+organization][+institution][+commercial][+financial]
NOTE: focus is on the institute that manages the money, not the money itself

The board has fired the CEO of that large pension fund.
Three officers of that hedge fund were indicted for fraud.
They are moving the headquarters of their mutual fund to Atlanta.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1