Treasurer’s Report

RVAS Financial Summary for July 2022 to June 2023
Kay Simmons, Treasurer

Total income of $15,382 for the fiscal year, July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023, came from these sources:

Dues $2,526
National Audubon Society    1,870
Donations     2,122
Holiday Auction Income    3,780
Birdathon     4,554
Sale of Birds of Jackson County         29
Chat printed subscriptions        301
Advertising in The Chat        200

Total expenses of $11,133 for the fiscal year 2022-2023 went to the following:

Administrative expenses $4,349
Support RVAS mission expenses   6,784

Administrative expenses included: web site, Chat newsletter, meeting program and facility, Zoom, storage facility, office supplies, insurance, mailing, and taxes.

Mission expenses included: Project FeederWatch, Birding in Schools, Audubon Youth Birding leaflets, N. Mountain Park Bird Day, and pledge for new vegetative plan (grass seeds, plants) for the White City Lagoons (Kirtland Pond).

Thank you, Rogue Valley Audubon Society members, for your generous donations and contributions!

RVAS Mission Support

“RVAS mission support” includes support of the KBO Mountain Bird Festival; chapter membership in the Oregon Conservation Network; donations to WaterWatch and the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy; scholarships for educators at the Siskiyou Field Institute; purchase of Purple Martin nesting houses; and several activities that support education in the schools through Coyote Trails, Fall in the Field (SOU), North Mountain Park, and Birding in the Schools.