Scranton is home to 475 nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $1b in revenue and employ 10k individuals.
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The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.
*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.
THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON IS A CATHOLIC AND JESUIT UNIVERSITY DEDICATED TO EDUCATION.
TO PROVIDE AN EDUCATION IN THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY TRADITION OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.
ST. JOSEPH'S CENTER (THE "CENTER") IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION FOUNDED BY THE CONGREGATION OF SISTERS, SERVANTS OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY, SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA. THE CENTER IS LOCATED IN LACKAWANNA COUNTY, PA AND PROVIDES SERVICES PRIMARILY TO RESIDENTS OF LACKAWANNA AND LUZERNE COUNTIES. ITS GENERAL PURPOSE IS TO PROVIDE REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES IN VARIOUS RESIDENTIAL AND COMMUNITY-BASED SETTINGS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE PHYSICAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES--TO FOSTER THE WELFARE OF THE INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN ANY APPROPRIATE MANNER. THE CENTER ALSO OPERATES COMMUNITY HOMES IN LACKAWANNA AND LUZERNE COUNTIES AND PROVIDES A VARIETY OF SERVICES FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING WOMEN, FAMILIES IN NEED AND COUPLES SEEKING ADOPTION SERVICES.
THE MISSION OF THE MOSES TAYLOR FOUNDATION IS TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS OF RESIDENTS AND COMMUNITIES, PRIMARILY IN NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA.
LACKAWANNA COLLEGE IS AN ACCREDITED, PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION WHOSE MISSION IS TO PROVIDE A QUALITY EDUCATION TO ALL PERSONS WHO SEEK TO IMPROVE THEIR LIVES AND BETTER THE COMMUNITIES IN WHICH THEY LIVE.
SCRANTON AREA FOUNDATION STRIVES TO ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PEOPLE IN LACKAWANNA COUNTY AS A STEWARD, BY DEVELOPING AND MANAGING PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUNDS; AS A GRANTMAKER, BY GIVING SUPPORT TO ENABLE THE COMMUNITY TO RESPOND TO EMERGING AND CHANGING NEEDS AND OPPORTUNITIES; AS A CHARITABLE RESOURCE, BY ENCOURAGING AND EDUCATING DONORS AND PROVIDING A FLEXIBLE VEHICLE FOR INDIVIDUAL DONORS, NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE; AS A CATALYST, BY MOBILIZING COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES. IT IS A CHARITABLE RESOURCE THAT HAS BEEN CREATED BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE OF SCRANTON AND LACKAWANNA COUNTY TO ASSIST DONORS TO BUILD AND SUSTAIN THEIR COMMUNITY WHILE CARRYING OUT THEIR CHARITABLE INTENT.
The goal of this organization is to focus broadly on strengthening, unifying and building the economic, cultural, educational and social services of an urban community or neighborhood.
THE ORGANIZATION'S PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO IMPROVE AND ENCHANCE INDEPENDENT LIVING OPTIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WHO WANT TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY.
ST. JOSEPH'S CENTER FOUNDATION WAS FOUNDED BY CERTAIN OFFICERS OF THE CONGREGATION OF SISTERS, SERVANTS OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY, SCRANTON, PA. IT WAS FORMED TO SOLICIT, COLLECT, HOLD, OR DISTRIBUTE PROPERTY, REAL OR OTHERWISE, FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST. JOSEPH'S CENTER, A NON-PROFIT INSTITUTION, ALSO FOUNDED BY THE CONGREGATION.
The goal of this organization is to operate inpatient facilities, also known as convalescent hospitals and nursing homes, that provide skilled nursing and personal care over an extended period of time for people who are no longer in an acute phase of their illness.
JOHNSON COLLEGE PROVIDES REAL-WORLD, HANDS-ON LEARNING IN A CARING ENVIRONMENT AND PREPARES GRADUATES TO ENTER INTO OR ADVANCE IN THEIR CAREERS.
THE MISSION OF THE WRIGHT CENTER FOR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION (TWCGME) IS TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE. SEE SCHEDULE O FOR MORE.
PRIMARY FUNCTION IS TO PROVIDE LIFE, ACCIDENT, AND HEALTH INSURANCE AND EDUCATIONAL, RECREATIONAL AND OTHER FRATERNAL BENEFITS TO ITS MEMBERS
THE MISSION OF THE WRIGHT CENTER MEDICAL GROUP DBA THE WRIGHT CENTER FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH (TWCCH) IS TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF OUR COMMUNITY. SEE SCHEDULE O FOR MORE.
TO PROVIDE CO-OPERATIVE FINANCIAL SERVICES TO THEIR MEMBERS
FRIENDSHIP HOUSE IS DEDICATED TO SERVING FAMILIES AND THEIR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM, WITH EMOTIONAL AND/OR BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIES, AND/OR WHO ARE TRAUMATIZED BY LOSS, ABUSE OR NEGLECT. FRIENDSHIP HOUSE IS ALSO DEDICATED TO SERVING ADULTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS AND/OR DEVELOPMENTAL/INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. OUR DEDICATION MANIFESTS ITSELF BY PROVIDING INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICES WHICH PROMOTE RESILIENCY IN CHILDREN AND RECOVERY IN ADULTS, AND WHICH MAXIMIZE PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF THOSE WE SERVE.
The goal of this organization is to enable students who demonstrate financial need to obtain the financial assistance they require to meet their educational and living expenses while in school.
The goal of this organization is to provide preventive, diagnostic and treatment services in a variety of community and hospital-based settings to help people to achieve and maintain a state of emotional well-being, personal empowerment and the skills to cope with everyday demands without excessive stress.
The goal of this organization are the residential options exclusively for older adults who want to have a simpler, maintenance-free lifestyle and enjoy the company of peers with common interests, or who require a moderate amount of support in the activities of daily living to maintain independent living.
PROVIDES A VARIETY OF SOCIAL SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES RESIDING IN NORTHEASTERN PA.