2016 Annual Report

Statement of Activities
year ended December 31, 2016

2016 Annual Report Revenue Chart

SUPPORT AND REVENUES

Contracts, tuition and fees, net $1,656,954
Investment income $321,920
Contributions $396,969
Government grants $278,357
In-kind contributions $253,631
Learning Center Fund (Seattle Foundation) $325,000
Foundation grants $318,784
Rental Income $25,773
Bookstores (retail/outreach), net $193,836
$3,771,224

2016 Annual Report Expenses Chart

EXPENSES

Programs $2,769,538
Management and general $220,808
Fundraising $262,577
$3,252,923

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

$518,301

Statement of Financial Position
as of December 31, 2016

ASSETS

Cash and cash equivalents $257,757
Short-term investments $246,758
Receivables, net $124,166
Inventory and other $139,666
Long-term investments $5,047,290
Property and equipment, net $433,217
$6,248,854

LIABILITIES

Accounts payable $30,660
Accrued expenses $76,257
Deferred revenue and other $31,803
*Line of Credit (staff housing purchase) $317,115
$455,835

NET ASSETS

Operating Reserve $1,800,000
Unrestricted and temporarily restricted funds $1,397,441
Conservation Education Fund $1,638,582
Nugent Family Fund $546,194
Darby Foundation Scholarship Fund $56,783
Youth Leadership Fund (Ginny Darvill) $188,327
John Miles Graduate Fund $39,096
Weisberg Scholarship Fund $30,890
Cook & Sullivan Fund $25,248
Gary Peterson Memorial Fund $25,248
N. C. Conservation Council Founders Fund $45,210
$5,793,019

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$6,248,854


 

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