Why 2020 was not all bad…

As we enter the new year, I am truly excited by our focus and commitment.

Eagle flies high up in the air.

Photo by NOAA.

As a challenging 2020 comes to an end, it is time to reflect back on the past year and to look forward to what 2021 holds for Raincoast.

Our annual report Tracking Raincoast looks exceptional; reading through the contents it is humbling to consider all we have achieved in 2020. As we enter the new year, I am truly excited about our focus and commitment to build on that success, as well as the prospect of all we intend to accomplish going forward.

I am also pleased to share this short video that will give you a sense of just some of our accomplishments over the past twelve months. 

Before 2020 closes, please accept my sincere thanks and gratitude for your support, which has enabled our progress. Last, I also ask that you please consider an end of year gift to help ensure we can continue to produce tangible conservation successes throughout 2021.

Raincoast accepts stock donations. Contact me () if that is your preferred method for giving.

Chris Genovali, executive director of Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Chris Genovali, Executive Director

Chris Genovali has served as Executive Director for the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for twenty years. When he’s not on a hiking trail with Atticus, the Raincoast dog, you can find him at his desk in Sidney.