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Financials

Amazon Conservation works hard to maximize the impact of your donations. We are a top-rated charity by Charity Navigator (4-Star rating), Guide Star Exchange (Gold Level), and Great Nonprofits (Top-Rated). We undergo several internal and external audits that provide independent opinions to our donors on the truth and fairness of our financial statements. So when you donate to Amazon Conservation, you can feel comfortable knowing you are contributing to a trustworthy organization that shares your passion and commitment for environmental conservation.

Current Financial Information

Below is a summary of the most recent income and expenses for Amazon Conservation (2016), some of which may include financial information for our on-the-ground partners in Peru and Bolivia. All numbers are preliminary until the financial audit is finalized. For complete detailed information, please refer to the latest financial statement and Form 990 available. Amazon Conservation follows the traditional fiscal year (January-December).

2016
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

How Contributions are used at Amazon Conservation:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Income and Expenses:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Financial Information

Below are links to our financial documentation for the past 5 years.

2015
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

2014
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

2013
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

2012
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

2011
Annual Report
Audited Financial Statements
Form 990

For older, archived information or for any questions on our finances, please contact us at finance@amazonconservation.org.

 

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Sara Longwing butterfly (Heliconius sara) at the Los Amigos Conservation Concession. Photo: Steve Goddard

Photo of Golden-Collared Tanager

Golden-collared Tanager (Iridosornis jelskii) at Wayqecha. Photo: Francisco Llacma

Photo of Cock's Comb flower Cock's comb (Celosia sp.) flower. Photo: Adrian Tejedor

 



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