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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Florida

Florida is home to 94k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $116b in revenue and employ 1.9m individuals.

Where Do Florida Nonprofits Focus?

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

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Where are Nonprofits located in Florida?

CityOrganization Count
Jacksonville5,001
Orlando4,799
Tampa3,898
Tallahassee2,228
Sarasota1,691
Naples1,658
St Petersburg1,497
Boca Raton1,456
Gainesville1,404
Pensacola1,268
Ft Lauderdale1,138
Lakeland1,076
Fort Myers1,072
Clearwater907
Ocala875
West Palm Bch874
Davie855
Bradenton837
Fort Lauderdale778
Vero Beach777

Explore Nonprofits in Florida

Martin Memorial Medical Center Inc

Stuart, FL

Assets: $690m

Revenue: $600m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE BETTER CARE OF THE SICK, INVESTIGATION INTO THEIR PROBLEMS AND FURTHER EDUCATION OF THOSE WHO SERVE.

Shands Jacksonville Medical Center Inc

Jacksonville, FL

Assets: $665m

Revenue: $872m

MISSION:

THE MISSION AT SHANDS JACKSONVILLE MEDICAL CENTER, INC. IS TO HEAL, COMFORT, EDUCATE AND DISCOVER. WE DEDICATE OUR WORK TO IMPROVING THE LIVES OF OUR PATIENTS, AND THE COMMUNITY, THROUGH INNOVATIONS IN HEALTHCARE.

Pensacola Christian College Inc

Pensacola, FL

Assets: $651m

Revenue: $124m

MISSION:

TO PROMOTE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND RELATED ACTIVITIES.

Capital Health Plan Inc

Tallahassee, FL

Assets: $637m

Revenue: $918m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to assist with one or more aspects of health financing or that provide services which relate to health care in general.

First Commerce Credit Union

Tallahassee, FL

Assets: $616m

Revenue: $40m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND EDUCATION TO MEMBERS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF A FINANCIAL COOPERATIVE.

The Frederick A Deluca Foundation Inc

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Assets: $600m

Revenue: $178m

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.

Presbyterian Retirement Communities Inc

Orlando, FL

Assets: $597m

Revenue: $138m

MISSION:

PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES, INC. IS A CHURCH RELATED, NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATION DEDICATED AND COMMITTED TO PROVIDING SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS AND PERSONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS BY CREATING AND PRESERVING EXCELLENT RESIDENTIAL AND HEALTH CARE COMMUNITIES PROMOTING WELLNESS AND ENCOURAGING ACTIVE AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLE CHOICES. PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES, INC. BELIEVES IN AND IS COMMITTED TO HONORING EACH PERSON'S DIGNITY, RIGHTS, SELF-RESPECT AND INDEPENDENCE. PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES, INC. IS COMMITTED TO A PROGRAM OF STEWARDSHIP THAT RECOGNIZES ITS RESPONSIBILITY TO USE ITS RESOURCES WELL.

Step Up For Students Inc

Jacksonville, FL

Assets: $591m

Revenue: $621m

MISSION:

STEP UP FOR STUDENTS EMPOWERS FAMILIES TO PURSUE AND ENGAGE IN THE MOST APPROPRIATE LEARNING OPTIONS FOR THEIR CHILDREN, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON FAMILIES WHO LACK THE INFORMATION AND FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO ACCESS THESE OPTIONS. BY PURSUING THIS MISSION, WE HELP PUBLIC EDUCATION FULFILL THE .PROMISE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY.

Stetson University Inc

DeLand, FL

Assets: $589m

Revenue: $247m

MISSION:

OUR MISSION AT STETSON UNIVERSITY IS TO PROVIDE AN EXCELLENT EDUCATION IN A CREATIVE COMMUNITY WHERE LEARNING AND VALUES MEET, AND TO FOSTER IN STUDENTS THE QUALITIES OF MIND AND HEART THAT WILL PREPARE THEM TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AS INFORMED CITIZENS OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND THE WORLD.

Florida Hospital Waterman Inc

Tavares, FL

Assets: $583m

Revenue: $286m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate health care facilities that are licensed to operate twenty-four hours per day and offer diagnostic and treatment services as well as emergency and critical care services for people who have illnesses or injuries which require immediate, short-term intervention.

State Chartered Credit Unions In Florida

Tallahassee, FL

Assets: $581m

Revenue: $38m

MISSION:

TO SAFEGUARD AND MANAGE THE ASSETS ENTRUSTED TO THE CREDIT UNION BY ITS MEMBER-OWNERS; TO BETTER THE ECONOMIC WELL BEING OF OUR MEMBER-OWNERS BY DELIVERING CONVENIENT PERSONALIZED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.

Lakeland Regional Health Systems Inc

Lakeland, FL

Assets: $564m

Revenue: $70m

MISSION:

THE ORGANIZATION'S STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE IS TO DEVELOP AS A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED, FISCALLY STRONG AND GROWING COLLABORATIVE REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM THAT IMPROVES LIVES BY OFFERING SAFE, HIGH QUALITY, EQUITABLE AND AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE, WHILE DEMONSTRATING AN EQUAL COMMITMENT TO THE PROMOTION OF INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, WELLNESS AND DISEASE PREVENTION.

The Shriners Hospital For Children

Tampa, FL

Assets: $562m

Revenue: $59m

MISSION:

WE PROVIDE PEDIATRIC SPECIALTY CARE WITHOUT FINANCIAL OBLIGATION TO PATIENTS OR THEIR FAMILIES.

Orlando Health Central Inc

Ocoee, FL

Assets: $560m

Revenue: $274m

MISSION:

TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING SAFE, QUALITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF CARING.

St Josephs Health Care Center Inc

Tampa, FL

Assets: $556m

Revenue: $26m

MISSION:

ST. JOSEPH'S HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. WILL IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF ALL WE SERVE THROUGH COMMUNITY-OWNED HEALTH CARE SERVICES THAT SET THE STANDARD FOR HIGH-QUALITY COMPASSIONATE CARE.

State Chartered Credit Unions In Florida

Orlando, FL

Assets: $553m

Revenue: $28m

MISSION:

INSIGHT FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION IS A COOPERATIVE, NOT-FOR-PROFIT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION ORGANIZED TO PROMOTE THRIFT AND PROVIDE CREDIT TO MEMBER; AT ADVANTAGES RATES OVER THOSE GENERALLY AVAILABLE FROM OTHER BANKING SOURCES.

Holy Cross Hospital Inc

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Assets: $543m

Revenue: $526m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate health care facilities that are licensed to operate twenty-four hours per day and offer diagnostic and treatment services as well as emergency and critical care services for people who have illnesses or injuries which require immediate, short-term intervention.

121 Financial Credit Union

Jacksonville, FL

Assets: $542m

Revenue: $33m

MISSION:

PROVIDING PERSONAL SOLUTIONS TO INSPIRE FINANCIAL WELL-BEING.

Memorial Health Systems Inc

Daytona Beach, FL

Assets: $538m

Revenue: $424m

MISSION:

MEDICAL CARE TO THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THE OPERATION OF A HOSPITAL WITH A TOTAL OF 362 BEDS.

Renaissance Charter School Inc

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Assets: $532m

Revenue: $305m

MISSION:

THE ORGANIZATION OPERATES THIRTY-SIX CHARTER SCHOOLS THAT SERVE STUDENTS FROM KINDERGARTEN THROUGH THE TWELFTH GRADE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND OPERATE IN BROWARD, DUVAL, LEON, MIAMI-DADE, ORANGE, OSCEOLA, PALM BEACH, AND ST. LUCIE COUNTIES. THE SCHOOLS PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH THE NECESSARY TOOLS AND SKILLS NEEDED TO DEVELOP SUPERIOR LEVELS OF ACHIEVEMENT. THEY STRIVE FOR ACADEMIC, SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL EXCELLENCE BY PROVIDING A HIGH QUALITY, CHALLENGING CURRICULUM. THEY PROMOTE POSITIVE MORAL AND SOCIAL VALUES, FOSTER AN ATMOSPHERE OF SELF-DISCIPLINE IN A SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND MAXIMIZE INDIVIDUAL PRODUCTIVITY TO MEET THE NEEDS OF A CHANGING GLOBAL SOCIETY.