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Seattle Audubon Financial Report

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Fiscal Highlights for the Year Ending June 30, 2020
… achieving our mission to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive.

Seattle Audubon is a local, independent, nonprofit organization that relies on funding from a variety of sources to succeed at its mission — individual gifts, memberships, grants, investment income, and earned income such as class and Nature Camp registrations and proceeds from The Nature Shop. Even though the 2019-20 fiscal year’s last quarter was genuinely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Seattle Audubon is financially strong thanks to this diversity in revenue. The financial information presented here is taken from the 2019-20 fiscal year audited financial statements. With every donation received, it is with gratitude and genuine appreciation that we accept the contributions of time and funds from our community to deliver on the mission. We maintain thorough investment, financial management, and annual audit policies and procedures. We do this both for our own sustainability and to reassure you, our donors, that we honor and responsibility apply your gifts in keeping with standard best management practices. Thank you! Complete Seattle Audubon financial statements are available upon request.

 

ASSETS

Cash & Cash Equivalents $

554,725

Investments

2,762,363

Receivables

4,983

Merchandise Inventory

216,589

Prepaid Expenses

15,043

Land, Building, and Equipment

473,831

Total Assets $

4,027,534

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Liabilities

Payables & Accrued Expenses $

185,107

Loan Payable – Paycheck Protection Program

119,032

Total Liabilities $

304,139

Net Assets (new definitions)

Without donor restrictions $

1,465,001

With donor restrictions

2,258,394

Total Net Assets $

3,723,395

Total Liabilities & Net Assets $

4,027,534

REVENUE

Membership $

129,752

Individual Contributions

485,081

Grants

110,238

Sales (net)

171,502

Program  Fees

62,697

Investment Income

331,766

Total Revenue $

1,291,036

Expenses

Administration $

222,454

Funding the Mission

210,685

Programs*

513,777

Total Expenses $

946,916

 *Includes the work of Urban Conservation, Environmental Education, Community Science, Community Engagement, and The Nature Shop.