About: Financials

The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is a 501 nonprofit (c)(3) organization that works to guarantee all Americans a quality place to hunt and fish. The TRCP is a coalition of leading hunting, fishing and conservation organizations, labor unions and individual grassroots partners.

We have a national focus on sportsmen’s access and conservation issues affecting hunting and angling. Along with our partners, the TRCP works to preserve the traditions of hunting and fishing in America by a.) expanding access to places to hunt and fish, b.) conserving fish and wildlife habitats necessary to sustain them, and c.) increasing funding for conservation and wildlife management.

Our Financial Goals

The TRCP takes great pride in our financial efficiency, our accountability to donors and our transparency. We work to use every dollar contributed as efficiently as possible. In 2013, the TRCP spent 84.1 percent of contributions on programs. Our overhead ratio was 15.9 percent and we carefully monitor our administrative and fundraising spending to ensure control, transparency and effective fundraising.

Accreditation

2013 Annual Report

Want to learn more about the TRCP’s accomplishments for the past year and our goals moving forward? Read the 2013 Annual Report.

Highlights of the 2013 Financials

Past Annual Reports

2012 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
2009 Annual Report
2008 Annual Report
2007 Annual Report

Audited Financials

2013 Audit Form
2012 Audit Form
2011 Audit Form
2010 Audit Form

990 Forms

2013 990 Form
2012 990 Form
2011 990 Form
2010 990 Form

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