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Bonneville Environmental Foundation

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Bonneville Environmental Foundation is a pollution abatement organization based in Portland, OR that was founded in 1998. As of 2019 they had $11 million in revenue and $19 million in assets.

The Foundation's mission is to encourage and fund projects that develop clean, environmentally preferred, renewable energy, and restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat. Encouraging and funding projects that develop clean, environmentally preferr...

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93-1248274
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Founded:
1998
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$11,402,053
Assets:
$19,505,645
Employees:
23
Fiscal year end:
March
Revenue trends:
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Program areas at Bonneville Environmental Foundation

Renewable energy services: the Foundation develops and promotes both short and long-term strategies for the advancement of renewable energy and the destruction of greenhouse gas emissions. By promoting and marketing renewable energy certificates ("recs") and carbon offsets ("offsets") the program supports the development of both large and small-scale renewable energy projects using wind, solar, geothermal, and biogas resources. During the year bef delivered 671,768 recs and 210,253 offsets to its utility, business, government, and nonprofit customers. The Foundation also invests in the research and development of innovative solar, small-hydro, and biomass projects around the country by managing siting, evaluation, installation, and monitoring of new projects on behalf of funding organizations and other project partners. During the year bef funded and provided services to 14 utility sponsored community solar projects, a utility scale solar project, development of three small-hydro projects, the Oregon solarize residential program, a large biomass torrefaction project, and ...

Water sustainability services: the Foundation supports the restoration of damaged watershed ecosystems. Through its model watershed program, the Foundation directly supports science-based watershed restoration initiatives that demonstrate strong community engagement and employ a long-term monitoring-intensive restoration approach. Through the creation and promotion of water restoration certificates ("wrcs") the Foundation quantifies the volumetric benefits of water restoration projects that it funds throughout the country and provides a turnkey solution for corporations and other organizations to balance their water usage. During the year the Foundation delivered 2,629,361 wrcs representing 1,800,000,000 gallons of water restored to critically dewatered rivers and streams. The Foundation's change the course campaign brings together the public, corporations, and on-the-ground conservation organizations to raise awareness about freshwater, reduce water footprints, and restore flows and health to vital freshwater ecosystems.

Energy education program: the Foundation's clean energy. Bright futures program delivers a stem based energy education program throughout the country that is funded by corporations, utilities, and other Foundation partners who are interested in supporting a community-based, interactive energy education program that delivers direct benefits to the communities within which they reside and operate. During the course of the year, clean enerty. Bright futures reached 71 school districts in 11 states, 398 teachers and 169 schools, and provided benefits for 19,930 students through teacher training workshops, curriculum development labs, stem conferences, and student engineering challenges. In 2016, the clean energy. Bright futures program was selected by the center for resource solutions as the winner of the national epa green power leadership award for leadership in green power education.

Form 990s for Bonneville Environmental Foundation

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-03Sep 10, 2020990View PDF
2018-03Jun 19, 2019990View PDF
2017-03Jan 19, 2018990View PDF
2016-03Feb 21, 2017990View PDF
2015-03Jul 15, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Bonneville Environmental Foundation

Field2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$7,024,310
Program services$4,058,807
Investment income and dividends$71,730
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$245,649
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$1,557
Total revenues$11,402,053

Vendors for Bonneville Environmental Foundation

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Hoffman Stewart and Schmidt PCTax accounting2020-09-10
█████████Content management system software2020-06-17
██████ ███Software2019-08-28
█████ ██████Advisor Services$158,4812019-03-01

Personnel at Bonneville Environmental Foundation

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Todd ReeveChief Executive Officer$120,834March 31, 2019
Felicia PhillipsChief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations$113,235Sept. 10, 2020
█████ ████████Vice Chair$0March 31, 2019
█████ ██████Founder and President$14,434March 31, 2019
██████ ████████Secretary$0March 31, 2019
███████ ████████Treasurer$0March 31, 2019
████ ██████Board Chair$0March 31, 2019

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