Texas is home to 122k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $148b in revenue and employ 900.4k individuals.
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The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.
*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.
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.
TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF OUR MEMBERS AND THE STRENGTH OF OUR COMMUNITIES.
ACQUIRE STUDENT LOANS AND PROVIDE LIFE OF LOAN SERVICING OF STUDENT LOANS AT POST SECONDARY LEVEL.
FAITH BASED SUPPORTING ORGANIZATION PROVIDING SERVICES TO A NETWORK OF CLINICS, ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS AND RELATED HEALTH CARE ENTITIES PROVIDING EXEMPLARY PATIENT CARE, MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE TO RESIDENTS OF THE CENTRAL TEXAS REGION.
TO ASSIST IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RELATED 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATIONS.
UHCU IS A NON-PROFIT COOPERATIVE PROVIDING FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERS.
SALE OF WHOLESALE POWER TO ITS EIGHT MEMBERS ON A COOPERATIVE BASIS.
TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE FOR ALL CENTRAL TEXANS.
San Antonio, TX
TO HELP PEOPLE TO BETTER THEIR LIVES AND BUSINESSES.
FAITH BASED ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL PROVIDING EXEMPLARY PATIENT CARE, MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE TO GRAPEVINE, TEXAS AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES.
SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL FOUNDATION (THE "FOUNDATION") WAS ORGANIZED IN 1939 AS A TEXAS NON-PROFIT CORPORATION, COMMITTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL RESEARCH AND PATIENT CARE IN THE NORTH TEXAS COMMUNITY AND THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. IN 1943, THE FOUNDATION ESTABLISHED SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL COLLEGE, NOW KNOWN AS UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER (THE "CENTER"). THE FOUNDATION CONTINUES TO RAISE AND MANAGE PRIVATE PHILANTHROPIC DOLLARS PRIMARILY FOR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE CENTER THROUGH GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS.
THRIFT SAVINGS AND BORROWING FOR MEMBERS. THE CREDIT UNION IS REGULATED BY THE STATE OF TEXAS. THE CREDIT UNION DEPARTMENT AS WELL AS THE NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION. THE CREDIT UNION OFFERS PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN FOUR PRIMARY AREAS: SHARE ACCOUNTS, CHECKING ACCOUNTS, CONSUMER LOANS AND REAL ESTATE LOANS.
TO NURTURE THE HEALING MINISTRY OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH BY BRINGING IT NEW LIFE, ENERGY, AND VIABILITY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. FIDELITY TO THE GOSPEL URGES US TO EMPHASIZE HUMAN DIGNITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE AS IT MOVES TOWARD THE CREATION OF HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES.
TEXAS FARM BUREAU'S MISSION IS TO BE THE VOICE OF TEXAS AGRICULTURE.
Sugar Land, TX
TO PROVIDE LOWCOST FINANCIAL SERVICES TO MEMBERS SCHLUMBERGER EMPLOYEES CU IS A COOPERATIVE THRIFT INSTITUTION A MEMBER OF NCUA
Fort Worth, TX
EXPAND PHILANTHROPIC IMPACT OF DONORS BY SUPPORTING & SIMPLIFYING CHARITABLE GIVING & BY PROMOTING AWARENESS OF OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE SOCIAL WELFARE VIA GRANTS/IMPACT INVESTMENTS.
SUPPORTING THE HEALTH CARE MINISTRIES OF THE SPONSORING CONGREGATIONS IN EXTENDING THE HEALING MINISTRY OF JESUS CHRIST IN CONFORMITY WITH THE TEACHINGS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
THE CREDIT UNION IS A MEMBER OWNED COOPERATIVE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION THAT PROVIDES LENDING AND DEPOSIT SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERSHIP.
Fort Worth, TX
The goal of this organization are the religious affiliations that are engaged in television productions and broadcasts which have religious content.
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.