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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Louisiana

Louisiana is home to 20k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $26b in revenue and employ 218.2k individuals.

Where Do Louisiana 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 Louisiana?

CityOrganization Count
Baton Rouge2,533
Shreveport1,235
Lafayette899
Metairie710
Lake Charles602
Alexandria526
Monroe509
Slidell341
Houma300
Covington261
Mandeville236
Thibodaux232
Bossier City230
Hammond229
Kenner223
West Monroe219
Ruston198
New Iberia185
Marrero167
Gretna164

Explore Nonprofits in Louisiana

Ochsner Clinic Foundation

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $3b

Revenue: $4b

MISSION:

PATIENT CARE, GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION, & MEDICAL RESEARCH

The Administrators Of The Tulane Educational Fund

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $3b

Revenue: $1b

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.

Our Lady Of The Lake Hospital Inc

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $2b

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE FOR THE CARE OF THE ILL, INJURED, OR DISABLED PERSONS, AND TO PROVIDE FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF HEALTH OF THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY

Louisiana Childrens Medical Center

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $383m

MISSION:

THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF LCMC IS TO CREATE, MAINTAIN, AND GROW HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA CONSISTENT WITH ITS OPERATION OF WEST JEFFERSON MEDICAL CENTER AND THE CHARITABLE MISSION OF THE LCMC AFFILIATES. LCMC PROVIDES SUPPORT AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO THE SYSTEM ENTITIES SO THAT THE ENTITIES IN TURN CAN FOCUS THEIR EFFORTS ON CARRYING OUT THEIR EXEMPT PURPOSES.

Provident Resources Group Inc

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $196m

MISSION:

PROVIDENT RESOURCES GROUP, INC. PROVIDES FOR THE NEEDS OF THE ELDERLY, PROMOTES HEALTHY COMMUNITIES, SERVES THE POOR & DISTRESSED, PROMOTES EDUCATION, AND LESSENS THE BURDEN OF GOVERNMENT.

Childrens Hospital Inc

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $402m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE PEDIATRIC HEALTHCARE, WHICH RECOGNIZES THE SPECIAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN, THROUGH EXCELLENCE AND THE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT CARE, EDUCATION, RESEARCH, CHILD ADVOCACY, AND MANAGEMENT.

Willis-Knighton Medical Center

Shreveport, LA

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

THE MEDICAL CENTER PROVIDES A FULL-RANGE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Franciscan Missionaries Of Our Lady Health System Inc

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $224m

MISSION:

FMOL MANAGES AN INTEGRATED HEALTH SYSTEM TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES THROUGH CATHOLIC HEALTH SERVICES BY CALLING FORTH ALL WHO SERVE IN THE HEALTHCARE MINISTRY.

Lafayette General Health System Inc

Lafayette, LA

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $135m

MISSION:

THE ORGANIZATION WAS ORGANIZED FOR THE BENEFIT AND SUPPORT OF ITS RELATED 501(C)(3) HEALTH CARE ENTITIES WHICH PROVIDE MEDICAL CARE TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN, AND IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE COMMUNITY IN WHICH IT SERVES.

Womans Hospital Foundation

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $849m

Revenue: $554m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate health care facilities like orthopedic hospitals or cancer hospitals that provide diagnostic and treatment services on an inpatient basis for people who have specified medical conditions.

L S U Foundation

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $668m

Revenue: $65m

MISSION:

THE LSU FOUNDATION CULTIVATES AND INVESTS IN PHILANTHROPIC PARTNERSHIPS TO SUPPORT AND ADVANCE LSU'S ACADEMIC PRIORITIES.

Dixie Electric Membership Corporation

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $631m

Revenue: $213m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE QUALITY AND RELIABLE ELECTRIC SERVICE TO MEMBERS OF THE COOPERATIVE.

Lafayette General Medical Center Inc

Lafayette, LA

Assets: $517m

Revenue: $559m

MISSION:

LAFAYETTE GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER'S MISSION IS TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN, ANDIMPROVE HEALTH OF THE PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE.

Loyola University

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $508m

Revenue: $181m

MISSION:

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS, A JESUIT AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION, WELCOMES STUDENTS OF DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS AND PREPARES THEM TO LEAD MEANINGFUL LIVES WITH AND FOR OTHERS; TO PURSUE TRUTH, WISDOM, AND VIRTUE; AND TO WORK FOR A MORE JUST WORLD. INSPIRED BY IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA'S VISION OF FINDING GOD IN ALL THINGS, THE UNIVERSITY IS GROUNDED IN THE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, WHILE ALSO OFFERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN UNDERGRADUATE AND SELECTED GRADUATE PROGRAMS. THROUGH TEACHING, RESEARCH, CREATIVE ACTIVITIES, AND SERVICE, THE FACULTY, IN COOPERATION WITH THE STAFF, STRIVES TO EDUCATE THE WHOLE STUDENT AND TO BENEFIT THE LARGER COMMUNITY.

University Medical Center Management Corporaton

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $503m

Revenue: $731m

MISSION:

UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER NEW ORLEANS WILL BE A LEADING WORLD-CLASS ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER AND THE DESTINATION OF CHOICE FOR EXCEPTIONAL HEALTHCARE. UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER WILL PROVIDE EXCEPTIONAL PATIENT-CENTERED CARE AND A WORLD-CLASS ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE THROUGH ADVANCED RESEARCH, LEADING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION.

Tiger Athletic Foundation

Baton Rouge, LA

Assets: $484m

Revenue: $65m

MISSION:

TO SUPPORT LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND ITS ATHLETIC AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

Southwest Louisiana Electric

Lafayette, LA

Assets: $470m

Revenue: $236m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to provide gas, electricity, water and sanitary services including the hook-up of services and the installation, maintenance and repair of necessary equipment.

Jefferson Financial Federal Credit Union

Metairie, LA

Assets: $432m

Revenue: $25m

MISSION:

"HELPING MEMBERS ACHIEVE THEIR FINANCIAL SUCCESS" BY PROVIDING TO THEM FINANCIAL SERVICES.

Lctcs Facilities Corporation

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $430m

Revenue: $27m

MISSION:

TO DEVELOP, ACQUIRE, PURCHASE, REPAIR, IMPROVE, RENOVATE, AND EXPAND CERTAIN PUBLIC FACILITIES ON FOURTEEN OF THE EXISTING CAMPUSES OF THE LOUISIANA COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM,INCLUDING ALL FURNISHINGS, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT INCIDENTAL OR NECESSARY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH (THE "FACILITIES") FOR VARIOUS COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE CAMPUSES (THE "COLLEGES"), SUCH FACILITIES LOCATED ON LAND OWNED OR TO BE OWNED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE LOUISIANA COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM (THE "BOARD") ALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACT 391 OF THE 2007 REGULAR SESSION OF THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE AND ACT 360 OF THE 2013 REGULAR SESSION OF THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE; PAYING CAPITALIZED INTEREST ON THE SERIES 2009,2010,2014,2017,2018 & 2019 BONDS; FUNDING A DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND; AND PAYING COSTS OF ISSUANCE OF THE SERIES 2009,2010,2014,2017,2018 & 2019 BONDS, INCLUDING THE PREMIUMS FOR THE BOND INSURANCE POLICIES INSURING THE SERIES 2009,2010,2014,2017,2018 & 2019 BONDS.

Xavier University Of Louisiana

New Orleans, LA

Assets: $417m

Revenue: $130m

MISSION:

THE ULTIMATE MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROMOTION OF A MORE JUST AND HUMANE SOCIETY BY PREPARING ITS STUDENTS TO ASSUME ROLES OF LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY. THIS PREPARATION TAKES PLACE IN A DIVERSE LEARNING AND TEACHING ENVIRONMENT THAT INCORPORATES ALL RELEVANT EDUCATIONAL MEANS, INCLUDING RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE.