National Park Foundation: Finances

Days of Cash on Hand

Days of Cash on Hand is measured as the organization's cash plus savings divided by total spending less depreciation, all multiplied by 365.
It is a measure of the organization's ability to sustain operations with existing cash, to meet current liabilities without having to borrow to finance these liabilities.

EINNameNumeratorDenominatorDays of Cash on Hand
521086761 National Park Foundation (2012) 10,255,810 26,146,332 143
521086761 National Park Foundation (2013) 9,152,436 23,387,690 143
521086761 National Park Foundation (2014) 9,346,449 29,985,208 114
521086761 National Park Foundation (2015) 10,203,044 44,161,403 84
521086761 National Park Foundation (2016) 29,382,410 129,246,965 83
521086761 National Park Foundation (2017) 37,390,569 69,912,424 195