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Forest Lake Improvement Association Of Winchester Nh

Organization summary

Type of Nonprofit

Designated as a Organizations for any of the following purposes: religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition (as long as it doesn’t provide athletic facilities or equipment), or the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.

Category: Environmental Quality, Protection and Beautification / Water Resource, Wetlands Conservation and Management (NTEE)

Donations to this organization are tax deductible.

Summary charts: organization finances over time

Revenue
$47.5k (2022)

Expenses
$34.8k (2022)

Total Assets
$142k (2022)

Total Liabilities
$0 (2022)

Source: Form 990 tax filings from 2021 to 2022

Tax Filings by Year

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2022

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$47,485
Expenses
$34,819
Net Income
$12,666
Net Assets
$142,389
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $44,006
92.7%
Program Services $49
0.1%
Investment Income $30
0.1%
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $0
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $142,389
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $142,389
Compensation
Key Employees and Officers Compensation Other
Susan Baney (Member) $0 $0
George Henrichson (Member) $0 $0
Pat Johnson (Member) $0 $0
Meg Leake (Member) $0 $0
Deborah Parker (Member) $0 $0
Susan Abt (Treasurer) $0 $0
John Danahy (President) $0 $0
David Johnson (Vice President) $0 $0
Doug Sears (Secretary) $0 $0

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2021

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$116,690
Expenses
$15,953
Net Income
$100,737
Net Assets
$129,723
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $111,469
95.5%
Program Services $2,141
1.8%
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $0
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $129,723
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $129,723
Compensation
Key Employees and Officers Compensation Other
John Danahy (President) $0 $0
Doug Sears (Secretary) $0 $0
Susan Abt (Treasurer) $0 $0
Patricia Shippee (Member) $0 $0
Jeffrey Brigham (Former Treas./Member) $0 $0
Ken Collett (Member) $0 $0
Maureen Collett (Member) $0 $0
George Henrichson (Member) $0 $0
Pat Johnson (Member) $0 $0
David Johnson (Former Pres./Vice President) $0 $0
Meg Leake (Member) $0 $0

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