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Financial statement.

During the 2011 fiscal year, CLF allocated approximately 79% of revenue for program services. CLF spent 12% percent of the total for management and administration, while another 9% was directed toward the fundraising needed to generate current income. At the end of the 2011 fiscal year, the investments stood at $8.5 million based on fair market value.

For more information, please contact Roberta A. Gilbert, Controller, at 617-350-0990.


Total Operating Funds:   $5,823,481

Foundations              $2,816,578

Earned Income            $1,395,583

Individuals              $1,611,320


Total Operating Expenses:    $6,115,049

General & Administrative       $762,761

Development                    $530,100

Programs                     $4,822,188

Note: Table made from pie chart.


Unrestricted Net Assets are available as follows at July 31, 2011: $3,854,542

Temporarily Restricted Net Assets are available
as follows at July 31, 2011:

RI Founding Donor Fund               247,844
Fosters Charitable                   379,835
Purpose-Restricted Contributions      68,466
Appreciation of Restricted Funds     195,313
Grants Fund                        1,586,719
Campaign for CLF                   2,123,164


Permanently Restricted Net Assets are as
follows at July 31, 2011:

The advocates Endowment          952,545
Urgent Action Fund               494,189
Beneficial Interest in Trust     158,418
The Brush Fund                   130,121
Dave Cavers Fund                 453,355
Keith Lane Miller, Esq. Fund      50,000
Campaign for CLF Endowment     3,070,337

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Title Annotation:Conservation Law Foundation of New England
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Date:Mar 22, 2012
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