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13
May

Executive Compensation at the Nature Conservancy (2020)

The Nature Conservancy – a 501 (c) (3) based in Arlington, Virginia – whose mission is “to conserve land and waters on which all life depends” has been around since 1951 and is one of the most popular and wealthy non-profits in the country.

There are 20 voting members (directors) of the governing body, 17 of whom are independent, although the Form 990 lists 26 directors (due to timing differences) – 15 (58%) of whom are male and 11 (42%).of whom are female.

The most recent financial information (the 2019 IRS Form 990 for the year ending June 30, 2020) reports the organization raised $1.1 billion (compared to $1 billion in 2019 and $1.2 billion in 2018) and spent $900 million. The difference between revenue raised and revenue spent was $200 million which along with nearly $75 million in net unrealized gains on investments and other changes in assets helped increase net fund assets from $6.7 billion at the beginning of the year to nearly $7.1 billion at the end of the year. Read more »

28
Sep

Executive Compensation at the Nature Conservancy (2018)

The Nature Conservancy – a 501 (c) (3) based in Arlington, Virginia – whose mission is “to conserve land and waters on which all life depends” has been around since 1951 and is one of the most popular and wealthy non-profits in the country.

The most recent financial information (the 2017 IRS Form 990 for the year ending June 30, 2018) reports the organization raised $1.2 billion (an increase of $200 million from the year before) and spent $900 million. The difference between revenue raised and revenue spent was nearly $300 million which along with nearly $100 million in net unrealized gains on investments helped increase net fund assets from $6.2 billion at the beginning of the year to $6.6 billion at the end of the year. Read more »

12
Jan

Executive Salaries at the Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy – a 501 (c) (3) based in Arlington, Virginia – whose mission is “to conserve land and waters on which all life depends” has been around since 1951 and is one of the most popular and wealthy non-profits in the country.

The most recent financial information (the 2015 IRS Form 990 for the year ending June 30, 2016) reports the organization raised $914 million and spent $810 million. Although it appears the organization could have added $104 million to their net fund assets, these unspent funds were used to offset unrealized losses on investments. Consequently, the Nature Conservancy’s net fund assets remained virtually unchanged at year-end at $5.9 billion. Read more »