Financials


A message from our CFO

WCS's 2020 strategic plan is designed to address both mission goals and the revenue growth required to support them over the long term. Our financial planning centers on carefully directing our resources to our highest priorities, building on our history and strengths, and leveraging new opportunities to have a bigger impact on conservation. The Wildlife Conservation Society closed Fiscal Year 2016 with total assets that exceeded $1 billion for the second consecutive year and net assets of $787 million, including $311 million in unrestricted net assets. General operating revenues of $247.6 million supported $211.2 million in programmatic activity in our parks and in the field, representing over 85% of total expenses. Our mission activities in global conservation and at our wildlife parks are strong, and are supported by a diverse and committed donor base.

Laura Stolzenthaler, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer


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