Any time a species is lost, the natural ecosystem is compromised. A collaboration between the Penobscot Indian Nation, energy company PPL Corporation, seven conservation groups, and state and federal agencies sought to restore 11 species of sea-run fish to the Penobscot River, reconnecting the river to the sea, revitalizing the fisheries, wildlife, culture, recreation, and economy tied to Maine’s largest watershed.
Following a comprehensive planning study, CCS assisted this unique alliance of six NGOs and one sovereign nation with a campaign to acquire three dams on the Penobscot River, Maine’s largest watershed.
CCS is proud to have assisted the Penobscot River Restoration Trust and its partners in exceeding their campaign goal of $10 million in private funds. These key funds, along with $15 million in federal funds, enabled critical steps toward the completion of this historic and nationally recognized project.
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Catalina Island Conservancy partnered with CCS on the Imagine Catalina campaign, which raised $17M to build a stunning visitor’s center and expand the trails system for those who love and spend time on Catalina.
CCS helped the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons surpass its campaign goal of $10M to support ARF’s services, programs, and adoption center.
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The Fairmount Park Conservancy (FPC) is a collaborative partner to Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. FPC leads efforts to steward and improve Philadelphia’s parks, enhances the city’s historic and cultural assets, and supports communities across Philadelphia.
The Saint Louis Zoo and CCS Fundraising partnered on a feasibility study, development assessment, and predictive modeling to help resource and bring their strategic plan to life.
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