Greenpeace depends on the donations of their supporters. They do not accept money from companies, governments or political parties. As of 2002, Greenpeace has been noted to have 2.8 million supporters worldwide, and national/regional offices in 41 countries. Greenpeace doesn’t disclose exactly how much they get each year. However a controversy involving the company and the issue of whaling in Japan revealed a ballpark figure of how much Greenpeace earns in a year through donations. “Greenpeace International raised 127 Million Euros last year. Greenpeace Australia has about 18 million dollars in the bank. Greenpeace USA sits on tens of millions of dollars.”
Greenpeace currently boasts 2.8 million members worldwide. According to its 2008/2009 annual report, donations were $20.7 million in 2008, up from $15.1 million in 2007. They also revieve revenues from Investment returns (in 2008, it was a loss of $5,611) as well as grants from the Greenpeace Fund, Inc. and other grants. Though their revenue has increased substantially over the last three years, their net assets have remained close to $1 million, which means they’ve been stepping up their campaign expenses.
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