Financials for fiscal year 2022 are currently pending, the below are for the previous year.
Memberships, Contributions, Bequests: $1,456,845 – 36%
Other Program Revenue: $995,693 – 25%
Grants Awarded: $952,386 – 24%
Land Stewardship, Investment and Interest Income: $518,258 – 13%
Property Rental and Other Earned Income: $68,699 – 2%
Total Income: $3,991,881
as of December 31, 2021
Permanently Restricted Endowment: $1,571,893
Board Restricted Endowment: $912,409
Spaulding Pond Fund: $527,964
Thanks to all the member households who were part of CRC in 2022. We are extremely thankful to every member.
Supporters of CRC’s affiliates, DRWA (Deerfield River Watershed Association) and FoRWA (Fort River Watershed Association), are indicated below.
Headwaters Leadership Society members are CRC supporters who give $1,000 or more annually to the annual fund.
▲ Campaign for Our Rivers gift
* Sustaining Members
+ Headwaters Leadership Society Members
Deerfield River Watershed Association
Deerfield River Watershed Association is an affiliate under fiscal sponsorship of Connecticut River Conservancy and a dedicated regional partner.
Fort River Watershed Association
Fort River Watershed Association is an affiliate under fiscal sponsorship of Connecticut River Conservancy and a dedicated regional partner.
Business Supporters & Sponsors
Local and regional businesses support CRC in a variety of ways from making generous donations towards our mission to helping fund events such as NEPC Riverfest in the summer and our annual Source to Sea Cleanup in the fall. To learn more, contact Brett Morrison, Associate Director of Development, at 413-772-2020 ext.218 or email@example.com.
In-kind supporters play an important role in contributing to the progress, efficiency, and success of our work. By donating services, time, resources, materials, expertise, food, promotion or other gifts, in-kind supporters truly elevate the impact of our collective efforts.
Long River Society
As long as there are rivers, they will be threatened with pollution and over-use. Long River Society members make legacy gifts to ensure there will be resources available to protect the Connecticut River and our region’s waters for future generations. To learn more or to join, contact Brett Morrison, Associate Director of Development, at 413-772-2020 ext.218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.