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2023 Audit

Sound Rivers

Posted on December 1st, 2023

Sound Rivers staff and board, together with our members, donors and supporters, have built a healthy organization that is putting financial resources to use in tackling pollution, building partnerships to solve critical problems and educating the public and decision makers on how we can build a clean water future. 

Some of the revenue that is posted in 2022 (approximately $130,000) is from multi-year grants that are expensed over two to three years.

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