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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to 13k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $38b in revenue and employ 221k individuals.

How Large Are Los Angeles, CA Nonprofits?

Organizations By Employee Count

478

1-5

195

6-10

257

11-25

170

26-50

148

51-100

150

101-250

93

250-1000

31

1000+

Employee Count Buckets

Number of Organizations

Organizations By Revenue Level

972

$50k-250k

1.1k

$250k-1M

755

$1M-5M

175

$5M-10M

192

$10M-25M

120

$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

Rosalinde And Arthur Gilbert Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $232m

Revenue: $15m

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.

Wunderkinder Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $222m

Revenue: $65m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

Petersen Automotive Museum Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $221m

Revenue: $25m

MISSION:

DEDICATED TO THE EXPLORATION AND PRESENTATION OF THE AUTOMOBILE AND ITS IMPACT ON GLOBAL LIFE.

Cotsen Foundation For The Art Of Teaching

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $216m

Revenue: $12m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

Dart-L Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $212m

Revenue: $23m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

Klare Holdings

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $211m

Revenue: $9m

MISSION:

TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN CERTAIN FACILITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF KIPP SOCAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

David Hockney Foundation Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $211m

Revenue: $575k

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.

Charles Drew University Of Medicine & Science

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $203m

Revenue: $74m

MISSION:

TO CONDUCT EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND CLINICAL SERVICES IN THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO TRAIN HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, TO PROMOTE WELLNESS AND PROVIDE CARE IN UNDER-SERVED COMMUNITIES.

Alfred E Mann Institute For Biomedical Engineering At The Usc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $194m

Revenue: $5m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to conduct research which can be used to improve the options available to physicians who have advanced training in the development, implantation and utilization of cardiac pacemakers, cochlear implants and other hearing aids, artificial limbs and joints and other similar devices.

Orthopaedic Institute For Children Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $190m

Revenue: $22m

MISSION:

THE MISSION OF ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE FOR CHILDREN FOUNDATION IS TO SUPPORT THE MEDICAL CARE, RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ACTIVITIES OF ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL, A 501(C)(3) CORPORATION. ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL PROVIDES CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS, REGARDLESS OF ABILITY TO PAY AND ADVANCES CARE WORLDWIDE THROUGH SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND MEDICAL EDUCATION.

Marlborough School

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $189m

Revenue: $46m

MISSION:

MARLBOROUGH SCHOOL IS AN INDEPENDENT, URBAN DAY SCHOOL SERVING A DIVERSE GROUP OF WOMEN.

Taipei American School Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $189m

Revenue: $82m

MISSION:

TAIPEI AMERICAN SCHOOL ("TAS"), AN INDEPENDENT DAY SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS IN PRE-KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 12, OFFERS AN AMERICAN-BASED EDUCATION WITH A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE.

Braille Institute Of America Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $189m

Revenue: $22m

MISSION:

"TO ELIMINATE BARRIERS CAUSED BY BLINDNESS AND SEVERE SIGHT LOSS". SEE ATTACHED FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

Otis Booth Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $185m

Revenue: $10m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

Doheny Eye Institute

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $183m

Revenue: $15m

MISSION:

TO FURTHER THE CONSERVATION, IMPROVEMENT AND RESTORATION OF HUMAN EYESIGHT.

Los Angeles Police Relief Association Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $181m

Revenue: $269m

MISSION:

LIFE, HEALTH CARE, DISABILITY, AND LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE AND EMERGENCY RELIEF BENEFITS TO THE ASSOCIATION'S MEMBERS, WHO ARE ACTIVE AND RETIRED OFFICERS OF THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

La84 Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $175m

Revenue: $7m

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.

Swc Museum Corp

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $175m

Revenue: $8m

MISSION:

THE CENTER FOCUSES ON ISSUES OF HUMAN DIGNITY SWC MUSEUM CORP. IS BUILDING A MUSEUM IN ISRAEL TO BE A WORLD CENTER FOCUSING ON ISSUES OF HUMAN DIGNITY AND RESPONSIBILITY AND PROMOTING UNITY AND RESPECT AMONG JEWS AND BETWEEN PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS.

Museum Of Contemporary Art

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $173m

Revenue: $20m

MISSION:

TO ORGANIZE EXHIBITIONS AND PROGRAMS TO ENHANCE PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE AND APPRECIATION OF THE ART.

Jewish Federation Council Of Greater Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $166m

Revenue: $49m

MISSION:

BASED ON JEWISH VALUES, THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER LOS ANGELES CONVENES AND LEADS THE COMMUNITY AND LEVERAGES ITS RESOURCES TO ASSURE THE CONTINUITY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE, SUPPORT A SECURE STATE OF ISRAEL, CARE FOR JEWS IN NEED HERE AND ABROAD, AND MOBILIZE ON ISSUES OF CONCERN TO THE COMMUNITY, ALL WITH OUR LOCAL, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS.