The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Austin

Austin is home to 8k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $11b in revenue and employ 83k individuals.

How Large Are Austin, TX Nonprofits?

Organizations By Employee Count

385

1-5

167

6-10

168

11-25

120

26-50

55

51-100

62

101-250

43

250-1000

11

1000+

Employee Count Buckets

Number of Organizations

Organizations By Revenue Level

518

$50k-250k

686

$250k-1M

445

$1M-5M

95

$5M-10M

80

$10M-25M

39

$25M-100M

12

$100M+

Org Revenue Buckets

Number of Organizations

Where Do Austin, TX Nonprofits Focus?

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

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Explore Nonprofits in Austin, TX

Texas Mutual Insurance Company

Austin, TX

Assets: $8b

Revenue: $1b

MISSION:

ESTABLISHED BY TEXAS STATUTE TO PROVIDE A STABLE, COMPETITIVE SOURCE OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE FOR TEXAS EMPLOYERS, ACTS AS AN INSURER OF LAST RESORT, AND HELPS TO PREVENT ON-THE-JOB INJURIES AND ILLNESSES AND MINIMIZE THEIR CONSEQUENCES.

Ascension Seton

Austin, TX

Assets: $3b

Revenue: $2b

MISSION:

TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF ALL PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE.

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $322m

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.

Electric Reliability Council Of Texas Inc 10-10-90

Austin, TX

Assets: $2b

Revenue: $260m

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.

Amplify Federal Credit Union

Austin, TX

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $58m

MISSION:

TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF OUR MEMBERS AND THE STRENGTH OF OUR COMMUNITIES.

United Heritage Credit Union

Austin, TX

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $49m

MISSION:

UHCU IS A NON-PROFIT COOPERATIVE PROVIDING FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERS.

St Davids Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $1b

Revenue: $136m

MISSION:

TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE FOR ALL CENTRAL TEXANS.

National Campus And Community Development Corporation Inc

Austin, TX

Assets: $852m

Revenue: $45m

MISSION:

OUR GOALS ARE TO REDUCE THE TIME, RISK, AND EXPENSE ASSOCIATED WITH PUBLIC FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT. OUR TAX-EXEMPT FINANCING SOLUTIONS PROVIDE COST-EFFECTIVE, RISK-FREE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ESSENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT.

Velocity Credit Union

Austin, TX

Assets: $849m

Revenue: $52m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE THE BEST PROGRAMS TO MEET THE FINANCIAL NEEDS OF OUR MEMBERS.

Texas Property And Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association

Austin, TX

Assets: $516m

Revenue: $22m

MISSION:

WE ARE AN INSURANCE SAFETY NET AND PARTNER IN THE INSOLVENCY SYSTEM, FAIRLY SERVING THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS IN AN EFFICIENT AND COST-EFFECTIVE WAY.

St Edwards University

Austin, TX

Assets: $378m

Revenue: $209m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE A CULTURALLY DIVERSE STUDENT BODY WITH AN EDUCATION THAT ACHIEVES A BALANCE AMONG THE HUMANITIES, THE SCIENCES AND THE PROFESSIONS.

Public Employees Credit Union

Austin, TX

Assets: $351m

Revenue: $13m

MISSION:

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION IS A COOPERATIVE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION THAT IS OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY ITS MEMBERS AND IS OPERATED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING THRIFT AND PROVIDING CREDIT AND OTHER FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERS.

Austin Community Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $299m

Revenue: $74m

MISSION:

TO PROMOTE PHILANTHROPY AND IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE AUSTIN AREA THROUGH GRANTS IN THE AREAS OF ARTS/CULTURE; EDUCATION & TRAINING; COMMUNITY SERVICE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT; ENVIRONMENT; HEALTH; HUMAN SERVICES; RECREATION & LEISURE; AND ANIMAL WELFARE.

University Of Texas Law School Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $237m

Revenue: $27m

MISSION:

PROVIDE SUPPORT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW.

Musk Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $217m

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.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation

Austin, TX

Assets: $202m

Revenue: $12m

MISSION:

CHARITABLE, RELIGIOUS, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY, OR EDUCATIONAL - THE LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON FOUNDATION WAS FORMED TO MANAGE AND HOLD FUNDS TO SUPPORT THE OPERATIONS OF THE LBJ PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM AND THE LBJ SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS LOCATED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN.

Westminster Manor

Austin, TX

Assets: $179m

Revenue: $37m

MISSION:

THE GOAL OF WESTMINSTER MANOR IS TO RELIEVE THE RETIRED PERSON OF THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HOME MANAGEMENT AND TO PROVIDE ECONOMICAL SUPPORT AND NURSING CARE IN THE COMPANY'S HEALTH FACILITY FOR THE RESIDENTS.THE GOAL OF WESTMINSTER MANOR IS TO RELIEVE THE RETIRED PERSON OF THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HOME MANAGEMENT AND TO PROVIDE ECONOMICAL SUPPORT AND NURSING CARE IN THE COMPANY'S HEALTH FACILITY FOR THE RESIDENTS.

Austin Affordable Housing Corporation

Austin, TX

Assets: $178m

Revenue: $34m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to build, rehabilitate, manage and/or provide rental housing for low-income individuals and families, older adults and people with disabilities; or which make purchasable housing available to low or moderate income families by offering lower priced housing and/or affordable payment plans, by arranging for interest or mortgage subsidies or by involving eventual owners in the construction process (sweat equity).

Holdsworth Center

Austin, TX

Assets: $176m

Revenue: $77m

MISSION:

THE ORGANIZATION IS A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION ESTABLISHED TO IMPACT, OVER TIME, THE QUALITY OF K-12 PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR ALL TEXAS STUDENTS BY SUPPORTING AND DEVELOPING PUBLIC SCHOOL LEADERS. IN SUPPORT OF THIS MISSION, THE ORGANIZATION IS BUILDING A WORLD-CLASS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CENTER THAT WILL SERVE AS A PERMANENT HOME FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATORS TO DEVELOP AS LEADERS AND GATHER INSPIRATION TO TAKE BACK TO THEIR DISTRICTS.

Presbyterian Childrens Homes And Services

Austin, TX

Assets: $168m

Revenue: $21m

MISSION:

PCHAS PROVIDES CHRIST-CENTERED CARE AND SUPPORT TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NEED.