Our Financials

The Islands Trust Conservancy is a qualified donee, able to issue tax receipts for donations that support our mandate. For more information on how the Islands Trust Conservancy uses cash and land donations to protect habitat in the islands, please refer to the Islands Trust Conservancy’s Audited Financial Statements as well as our Annual Report.

Please note that on May 31, 2018, the former Islands Trust Fund and Trust Fund Board legally became the Islands Trust Conservancy through a requested amendment to the Islands Trust Act. Transitional provisions ensure the legal continuity of the Trust Fund Board in all financial operations.

Previous Years

       •   2018-2019 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2017-2018 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2016-2017 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2015-2016 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2014-2015 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2013-2014 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2012-2013 Financial Statements [PDF]
       •   2011-2012 Financial Statements [PDF]

Our ability to achieve our conservation mandate is made easier by our legislated partnership with the Islands Trust. For more information on how the Islands Trust Conservancy allocates the funds it receives from tax revenue, please refer to the Islands Trust's Financial Statements.

Our Annual Report
     •   Annual Report 2019-2020 [PDF]
     •   Annual Report 2018-2019 [PDF]
     •   Annual Report 2017-2018 [PDF]
     •   Annual Report 2016-2017 [PDF]

Previous versions of the annual report are contained within the Islands Trust's annual report, located here.


Conservation Success Story: Steil's Woods Covenant

After more than 50 years immersed in the hustle and bustle of the lower mainland, Sara and Richard Steil enjoyed a quieter life surrounded by natural habitat they protected with a conservation covenant.

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Page last updated: 21/10/20
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