Financials & Governance

Stewardship and Transparency
Responsible stewardship of donor dollars and transparency to the community are deeply embedded in the culture of Charleston Animal Society. We have earned the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the only program of its kind that encourages nonprofit transparency on a national scale and allows nonprofits to supplement the public information that is available from the IRS. By adding information about our goals, strategies, capabilities, achievements, and progress indicators, we are highlighting the difference we help to make in the world.

Our promise is to care for animals and the people who love them. In all of our dealings, our goal is to provide compassionate care and progressive solutions to help animals and people. Our programs and services are delivered with the highest standards of responsibility and good stewardship of financial and human resources.

Audited Financial Statements

Our Board of Directors

The Board of Directors for the Charleston Animal Society is a volunteer oversight body for the organization. Board members set the vision for the organization and they are the fiduciaries who steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, as well as by making sure the organization has adequate resources to advance its mission.

Executive Committee of the Board

Chairwoman: Laurel Greer
Vice Chair: Dillard Salmons Stevens
Secretary: Peter Waters
Treasurer: Martin Deputy

David Maybank, Jr., Esq.
Robert Nigro
Louise Palmer
Patricia Henley
Hank Greer

Members of the Board
Linda Bakker
Luigi Bravo
Caroline Clark
Edward “Ted” Corvey, III, Esq.
Jane Graham
Brantley Meier, DC
Carolyn Murray

Members of the Board
Richard Murphy
Donald Smith
Diane Straney
George “Pat” Waters
Gerri Greenwood
Aussie Geer
Kyle Crager

County Council Liaison

Councilman Henry Darby