The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Pasadena

Pasadena is home to 2k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $8b in revenue and employ 38k individuals.

How Large Are Pasadena, CA Nonprofits?

Organizations By Employee Count

99

1-5

38

6-10

43

11-25

24

26-50

19

51-100

42

101-250

12

250-1000

5

1000+

Employee Count Buckets

Number of Organizations

Organizations By Revenue Level

133

$50k-250k

151

$250k-1M

121

$1M-5M

31

$5M-10M

39

$10M-25M

18

$25M-100M

12

$100M+

Org Revenue Buckets

Number of Organizations

Where Do Pasadena, CA Nonprofits Focus?

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

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Explore Nonprofits in Pasadena, CA

California Institute Of Technology

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $6b

Revenue: $4b

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.

Credit Unions In The State Of California

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $4b

Revenue: $218m

MISSION:

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

Pasadena Hospital Association Ltd

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $694m

MISSION:

AT HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL, OUR MISSION IS TO PROVIDE EXCELLENT HEALTH CARE AND COMPASSIONATE SERVICE TO EACH PERSON BY BRINGING TOGETHER OUTSTANDING PHYSICIANS (SEE SCHEDULE O)

Rose Hills Foundation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $496m

Revenue: $17m

MISSION:

SUPPORT QUALIFIED TAX-EXEMPT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS WHICH PROMOTE THE WELFARE OF HUMANKIND, FOR THE BENEFIT OF PEOPLE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WITH EMPHASIS ON THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY.

Pasadena Gateway Willas Corporation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $481m

Revenue: $58m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the organizations whose members are in the real estate business who have affiliated for the purpose of promoting the interests of their trade.

Art Center College Of Design

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $332m

Revenue: $136m

MISSION:

ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN OPERATES AN INDEPENDENT, FOUR-YEAR CURRICULUM TO EDUCATE ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS IN COMMUNICATION ARTS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN THAT EXTENDS ITS LEGACY OF PROFESSIONAL ART AND DESIGN PRACTICE AND ENABLES ITS GRADUATES TO REALIZE SUCCESS, FULFILLMENT, AND RECOGNITION IN THEIR CHOSEN FIELDS.

Collis P & Howard Huntington Memorial Hospital Trust

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $331m

Revenue: $19m

MISSION:

ESTABLISHED IN 1932 UNDER THE TERMS OF THE WILL OF HENRY E HUNTINGTON, THE TRUST'S FUND WAS ALLOCATED TO THE PROPERTY ACQUISITION, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PASADENA HOSP ASSN.

Gmto Corporation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $330m

Revenue: $4m

MISSION:

GMTO CORPORATION IS A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS TO BUILD A NEXT GENERATION EXTREMELY LARGE TELESCOPE FOR ASTRONOMICAL RESEARCH.

Scpmg Veba Tr For Collectively Bargained Retirees

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $283m

Revenue: $19m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to provide for the payment of life, sick, accident, or other benefits to the voluntary members of associations or their dependents or designated beneficiaries. This code is used exclusively for organizations exempt from federal taxes under 501(c)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Alliance For College-Ready Public Schools Facilities Corporation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $270m

Revenue: $17m

MISSION:

THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION IS TO FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHARTER SCHOOLS BY ACQUIRING, DEVELOPING, AND OWNING CHARTER SCHOOLS AND PROVIDING SUCH FACILITIES TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.

California Ironworkers Field Welfare Plan

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $270m

Revenue: $213m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS TO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS.

Fuller Theological Seminary

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $257m

Revenue: $49m

MISSION:

PROVIDES GRADUATE DEGREES IN THEOLOGY,PSYCHOLOGY,INTERCULTURAL STUDIES & OPERATES PSYCH CENTER.

The Fuller Foundation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $221m

Revenue: $13m

MISSION:

TO ADVANCE THE FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY'S MISSION. SEE SCHEDULE O.

Teamsters Miscellaneous Security Fund

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $218m

Revenue: $253m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS AND ELIGIBLE DEPENDENTS MEDICAL, DEATH, MENTAL HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS IN ACCORDANCE WITH COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS.

Pasadena Center Operating Company

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $193m

Revenue: $21m

MISSION:

OPERATE CERTAIN CIVIC FACILITIES FOR THE CITY OF PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

Western Teamsters Welfare Trust

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $170m

Revenue: $152m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS TO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS, WHICH ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS, WHICH INCLUDE ACTIVE AND CASUAL EMPLOYEES OF PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS AND ELIGIBLE RETIREES.

E-Central Credit Union

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $168m

Revenue: $9m

MISSION:

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

International Union Of Operating Engineers Local 12

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $159m

Revenue: $39m

MISSION:

TO PROMOTE THE WELFARE OF MEMBERS AND REPRESENT THEM IN ALL MATTERS RELATING TO LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS.

Operating Engineers Health & Welfare Fund

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $159m

Revenue: $264m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to provide for the payment of life, sick, accident, or other benefits to the voluntary members of associations or their dependents or designated beneficiaries. This code is used exclusively for organizations exempt from federal taxes under 501(c)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Fletcher Jones Foundation

Pasadena, CA

Assets: $156m

Revenue: $3m

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.