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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to 13k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $37b in revenue and employ 222k individuals.

How Large Are Los Angeles, CA Nonprofits?

Organizations By Employee Count

477

1-5

199

6-10

254

11-25

173

26-50

145

51-100

150

101-250

94

250-1000

30

1000+

Employee Count Buckets

Number of Organizations

Organizations By Revenue Level

953

$50k-250k

1.1k

$250k-1M

760

$1M-5M

173

$5M-10M

192

$10M-25M

119

$25M-100M

49

$100M+

Org Revenue Buckets

Number of Organizations

Where Do Los Angeles, CA Nonprofits Focus?

The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Explore Nonprofits in Los Angeles, CA

University Of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $14b

Revenue: $6b

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate postsecondary educational institutions that offer postgraduate study at masters or doctorate levels in addition to an undergraduate program for people who meet entry level requirements and are interested in an advanced education. Some institutions of university status are known as colleges or institutes.

J Paul Getty Trust

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $11b

Revenue: $291m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that use a bulk of their resources to provide charitable services or run charitable programs of their own. They make few, if any, grants to outside organizations and, like private independent foundations, they generally do not raise funds from the public.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $8b

Revenue: $4b

MISSION:

PROVIDING QUALITY HEALTHCARE IS OUR PRIORITY. WE ALSO IMPROVE HEALTH THROUGH BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY BENEFIT PROGRAMS.

The Ucla Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $4b

Revenue: $559m

MISSION:

THE MISSION OF THE UCLA FOUNDATION IS TO ACTIVELY PROMOTE PHILANTHROPY AND MANAGE DONATED RESOURCES FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF UCLA.

The California Endowment

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $3b

Revenue: $281m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that make grants based on charitable endowments. Because of their endowments, they are focused primarily on grantmaking and generally do not actively raise funds or seek public financial support. These are the most common type of private foundation. They are generally endowed, usually from a single individual or family. Private foundations are considered family foundations if relatives or the original donor are still active on the board of trustees or in the operation of the foundation.

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

PROMOTION AND ADVANCEMENT OF CHILDREN'S HEALTH THROUGH PATIENT CARE, RESEARCH, AND EDUCATION.

Municipal Improvement Corporation Of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $71m

MISSION:

TO ASSIST THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES FINANCE THE ACQUISITION OF AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT TO REAL PROPERTY AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT.

Broad Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $169m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that make grants based on charitable endowments. Because of their endowments, they are focused primarily on grantmaking and generally do not actively raise funds or seek public financial support. These are the most common type of private foundation. They are generally endowed, usually from a single individual or family. Private foundations are considered family foundations if relatives or the original donor are still active on the board of trustees or in the operation of the foundation.

California Community Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $440m

MISSION:

OUR MISSION IS TO LEAD POSITIVE SYSTEMIC CHANGE THAT STRENGTHENS LOS ANGELES' COMMUNITIES.

Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $556m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate postsecondary educational institutions that offer postgraduate study at masters or doctorate levels in addition to an undergraduate program for people who meet entry level requirements and are interested in an advanced education. Some institutions of university status are known as colleges or institutes.

Firefighters First Credit Union

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $12m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL SERVICES EXCLUSIVELY TO FIREFIGHTERS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. WE STRIVE TO OFFER THE BEST RATES AND SERVICES TO OUR MEMBERSHIP. EFFECTIVE APRIL 18, 2017, WE ARE FEDERALLY INSURED AND OFFER SERVICES TO FIREFIGHTERS NATIONWIDE.

Jewish Community Fdn Of The Jewish Federation Council Of Greater La

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $150m

MISSION:

THE FOUNDATION IS THE LARGEST MANAGER OF CHARITABLE ASSETS AND LEADER IN PLANNED GIVING SOLUTIONS FOR GREATER LOS ANGELES JEWISH PHILANTHROPISTS THROUGH ITS VARIOUS PROGRAMS.

The California Wellness Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $50m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations whose grant funds are derived primarily from the contributions of a profit-making business organization.

Altamed Health Services Corp

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $860m

Revenue: $702m

MISSION:

SEE SCHEDULE O : TO ELIMINATE DISPARITIES IN HEALTH CARE ACCESS AND OUTCOMES BY PROVIDING SUPERIOR QUALITY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES THROUGH AN INTEGRATED WORLD-CLASS DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR LATINO, MULTI-ETHNIC AND UNDERSERVED COMUNITIES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.VISION: TO BE THE LEADING COMMUNITY-BASED PROVIDER OF QUALITY HEALTH CARE AND HUMAN SERVICES.

White Memorial Medical Center

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $804m

Revenue: $472m

MISSION:

LIVING GODS LOVE BY INSPIRING HEALTH, WHOLENESS AND HOPE.

Aerospace Corporation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $780m

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

OUR PURPOSE IS TO ASSIST THE GOVERNMENT AND OTHER CUSTOMERS IN CONCEPTION, DESIGN, ACQUISITION AND OPERATIONS OF SPACE AND OTHER COMPLEX SYSTEMS. MISSION: WORKING TO IMPROVE EFFECTIVENESS FOR SPACE OPERATIONS AND END-USER COMMUNITIES, CONTRIBUTING TO ACQUISITION SUCCESS AND TO 100% MISSION SUCCESS.

Museum Associates

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $766m

Revenue: $144m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to acquire, preserve and exhibit collections of objects including fine art, decorative art, folk/ethnic art and textiles that are collected primarily for their aesthetic qualities and their importance as representatives of a particular artistic tradition or style.

Occidental College

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $766m

Revenue: $194m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH A TOTAL EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY.

Good Samaritan Hospital Attn Chief Financial Officer

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $755m

Revenue: $436m

MISSION:

PROVIDE ACCESSIBLE, QUALITY, COST-EFFECTIVE HEALTHCARE SERVICES AT 408-BED HOSPITAL IN LA.

Credit Unions In The State Of California

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $747m

Revenue: $34m

MISSION:

A COOPERATIVE, ORGANIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING THRIFT AND SAVINGS AMONG ITS MEMBERS.