Generous support from regional and national foundations comprised 56% of our revenue in 2014. We are deeply grateful to the following foundations for their commitment to walkable and inclusive communities:
Prince Charitable Trusts • The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation • The Keith Campbell Foundation • Share Fund • Naomi and Nehemiah Cohen Foundation • TransitCenter
Smart Growth Business Council
In 2013, we launched the inaugural Smart Growth Business Council to offer a place for smart growth activists and progressive firms to come together to discuss key issues in advancing walkable, inclusive neighborhoods in the Washington region. Corporate support for our work comprised 17% of our revenue in 2014 and comes from architecture, planning, and development firms committed to sustainable, inclusive, walkable, and transit-oriented communities. Current members of the Smart Growth Business Council include:
A significant portion of our funding each year is provided by individual contributors. Hundreds of individuals generously supported our work, comprising 27% of our revenues in 2014. While those supporters are too numerous to list here, we are incredibly grateful for their support for our work for more walkable and inclusive communities.
Fiscal Information & Fiscal Sponsor
The The Coalition for Smarter Growth is grateful to its fiscal agent, the Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Warrenton, Virginia. PEC provides accounting, tax reporting, and human resources support to the Coalition for Smarter Growth, and segregates contributions made to CSG. Copies of PEC’s most recent audited financial statements and IRS Form 990 (which incorporates the activities of the Coalition for Smarter Growth) are available online at pecva.org/donate. If you have questions or wish for further information, please contact Coalition for Smarter Growth Managing Director Alex Posorske. To make a charitable donation to the Coalition for Smarter Growth through a third party, like an employee giving program or credit card rewards system, please note that those donations should be directed to our fiscal sponsor, the Piedmont Environmental Council (federal tax ID# 54-0935569) at the address below: Piedmont Environmental Council PO Box 460 Warrenton, VA 20188 Combined Federal Campaign: We are listed as the Coalition for Smarter Growth (with Piedmont Environmental Council as our legal name). Our five digit ID code is 32340. If you need assistance making a CFC donation, please contact Alex Posorske at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202)675-0016 ext 126.TOP