Non-profit

Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds

Website:

pennsylvaniawatersheds.org

Location:

JOHNSTOWN, PA

Tax ID:

20-8746105

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2019):

Revenue: $1,386,405
Expenses: $1,369,471
Assets: $2,378,666

Type:

Environmental Pass-Through Funder

Latest Tax Filing:

2019 Form 990

The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds is a left-of-center pass-through funder that supports environmentalist groups in Pennsylvania.

Funding

Donors to Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds

The following are known donations to Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds: [1]

FoundationAmountYearGrant Description
Richard King Mellon Foundation$675,000 2011Toward two-year support of watershed restoration work in southwestern Pennsylvania and the Ohio basin and to leverage additional funding for future work
Richard King Mellon Foundation$600,000 2009Toward two-year support of programs to assist in abandoned mine drainage restoration environmental planning/design stream restoration riparian buffer plantings and education
Heinz Endowments$560,000 2012To design environmental public health response for communities in regions with natural gas extraction
Richard King Mellon Foundation$400,000 2013To improve water quality within western Pennsylvania watersheds to continue restoration objectives within the Kiski-Conemaugh basin to complete a capacity building program with watershed groups and to update technology and the strategic
Richard King Mellon Foundation$375,000 2016Conservation - to improve water quality within western Pennsylvania’s watersheds in the eleven priority landscapes that have been identified by the foundation and the national fish and wildlife foundation
Heinz Endowments$365,000 2012For site-specific restoration and enhancement of fractracker.org
Richard King Mellon Foundation$362,500 2015Conservation - toward two-year support to improve water quality within western Pennsylvania watersheds
Richard King Mellon Foundation$362,500 2014Toward two-year support to improve water quality within western Pennsylvania watersheds
Heinz Endowments$350,000 2015To address public health needs in western Pennsylvania areas near shale gas development
Richard King Mellon Foundation$350,000 2010To strengthen the scientific approach of watershed groups in western Pennsylvania and to build their organizational capacity
William Penn Foundation$350,000 2013Development of a conservation trust fund for Pennsylvania as part of the growing greener campaign.
Heinz Endowments$300,000 2015To develop public health information on reducing air exposures to shale field residents and healthcare providers
Heinz Endowments$300,000 2008For 2009 annual operating support and funding of small watershed grants program for site specific acid mine drainage remediation and for support of the coal cost analysis project
Richard King Mellon Foundation$300,000 2012Toward capacity-building programs for watershed organizations in western Pennsylvania
Richard King Mellon Foundation$300,000 2009Toward conservation planning and capacity building
Colcom Foundation$250,000 2018Reveille waters-reverential communities project
Colcom Foundation$250,000 2014Projects to improve southwestern Pennsylvania water quality
Colcom Foundation$250,000 2017Revitalize waters - revitalize communities project
Colcom Foundation$250,000 2016Restoring the Waters of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Richard King Mellon Foundation$250,000 2007Toward support of the PA Foundation for Watersheds which provides small grants to leverage agency funding for site-specific restoration
Richard King Mellon Foundation$250,000 2007Toward support of the PA Foundation for Watersheds which provides small grants to leverage agency funding for site-specific restoration
Heinz Endowments$235,000 2007For small watershed program grants
Heinz Endowments$200,000 2010For funding to support site-specific watershed restoration projects and policy work on water quality
Heinz Endowments$200,000 2009For funding to support the site specific watershed restoration projects and policy work on water quality
William Penn Foundation$177,500 2012Toward a partnership with the center for healthier environments and communities in the university of Pittsburgh to increase transparency and community monitoring associated with Marcellus shale natural gas development in eastern Pennsylvani
William Penn Foundation$165,000 2010Toward technical assistance and advocacy to Increase funding for water and land conservation.
Colcom Foundation$150,000 2013Asian carp control plan
Heinz Endowments$150,000 2011Environment - to assist in educating the public of the need to renew Pennsylvania's growing greener environmental stewardship fund
Heinz Endowments$150,000 2011Environment - to support continued development of fractracker
William Penn Foundation$122,500 2011Environment & communities - toward a partnership with the center for healthy environments and communities at the university of Pittsburgh to increase transparency and community monitoring associated with Marcellus Shale natural gas developm
Heinz Endowments$100,000 2011Environment - for funding to support site-specific watershed restoration projects and policy work on water quality
Pittsburgh Foundation$100,000 2011General operating support
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$83,050 2008For environmental projects
Heinz Endowments$80,000 2015To support policy and site specific work that results in quantifiable environmental restoration
Claneil Foundation$75,000 2012Swap environmental health project
Claneil Foundation$75,000 2013SWPA environmental health project
Claneil Foundation$75,000 2011Southwest PA community environmental health center
Colcom Foundation$50,000 2016Public education to build support for a Pennsylvania Conservation Trust
Heinz Endowments$50,000 2009For funds to provide outreach and education on national electric transmission line issues
Richard King Mellon Foundation$50,000 2012To provide analysis on the impacts of conservation spending in Pennsylvania and to encourage ongoing support for farmland watershed and open space protection
Heinz Endowments$49,100 2011Environment - for participation in Marcellus Shale activities especially fractracker
Oak Hill Fund$40,000 2017Greening Pennsylvania minelands
Richard King Mellon Foundation$39,000 2011To conduct an assessment of the capacity building project for watershed groups in western Pennsylvania
John M Hopwood Charitable Trust$30,000 2018GENERAL
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$25,000 2012Charitable grant
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$25,000 2012Charitable grant
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$25,000 2013Studies of the impact of pharmaceuticals in waterways
Richard King Mellon Foundation$25,000 2012Toward costs associated with a forum on infiltration of the Ohio river by Asian carp to be held in Pittsburgh on June 27-28 2012
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$20,000 2011Operating expenses
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$20,000 2013To develop documentary films
Heinz Endowments$20,000 2012To build ORSANCO's capacity to address the water resources management needs in the Ohio River basin
John M Hopwood Charitable Trust$20,000 20162016 grant distribution
John M Hopwood Charitable Trust$20,000 20162016 Grant distribution
An Environmental Trust$15,000 2015General contribution
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$13,750 2013For the Buffalo Creek project and Penns Valley project
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$12,500 2009Operating Funds
Colcom Foundation$12,000 2014Growing greener coalition project to host a one-day event in the Pittsburgh region to educate nonprofits on the current status of state funding for conservation recreation and preservation programs -- and how to effectively access those f
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$10,000 2011Operating Funds
John M Hopwood Charitable Trust$10,000 2012General contribution
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$8,290 2009Operating Funds
Charles B Degenstein Foundation$7,500 2014
Roy A Hunt Foundation$5,000 2008Convening grants program
Total:$10,190,190

References

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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: June - May
  • Tax Exemption Received: June 1, 2007

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2019 Jun Form 990 $1,386,405 $1,369,471 $2,378,666 $2,309,933 N $1,361,389 $0 $19,720 $0 PDF
    2018 Jun Form 990 $1,477,112 $1,299,568 $2,147,491 $2,096,150 N $1,467,133 $0 $9,483 $0 PDF
    2017 Jun Form 990 $1,305,718 $1,453,458 $2,379,924 $2,507,757 N $1,298,558 $0 $6,233 $143,806 PDF
    2016 Jun Form 990 $1,367,672 $1,412,988 $2,454,407 $2,436,583 N $1,359,364 $3,250 $5,440 $137,461
    2015 Jun Form 990 $1,635,416 $1,598,167 $2,479,586 $2,415,542 N $1,627,208 $0 $6,555 $137,268 PDF
    2014 Jun Form 990 $2,528,341 $2,565,189 $3,260,442 $3,232,110 N $2,522,783 $0 $2,624 $132,269 PDF
    2013 Jun Form 990 $2,476,495 $2,845,689 $3,394,335 $3,331,231 N $2,471,702 $0 $1,080 $132,269 PDF
    2012 Jun Form 990 $2,934,655 $2,702,810 $2,675,284 $2,244,775 N $2,925,851 $0 $2,039 $129,769 PDF
    2011 Jun Form 990 $1,960,786 $1,881,358 $633,963 $433,082 N $1,957,096 $0 $2,350 $131,356 PDF

    Additional Filings (PDFs)

    Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds

    216 FRANKLIN ST STE 400
    JOHNSTOWN, PA 15901-1911