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These are Philadelphia’s 25 biggest nonprofits by income

penncampus January 16, 2020 Category: FeaturedFundingShort
Close to 9,000 nonprofits call Philadelphia home, according to GuideStar.org.

The scale, type and mission of those organizations varies widely, and just scanning the GuideStar listing is eye-opening — even for those of us who cover the sector day-in and day-out.

We’ve brought you lists of the biggest nonprofits by income before — in 2017 and 2018 — and if you are keeping track, you’ll see little change in the players, but marked change in some of the rankings.

There is no change at the very top, however. The University of Pennsylvania has been number one every time we’ve published the list. It’s not only first out out the 8,979 nonprofits in Philadelphia, but first out of the 76,440 nonprofits in the state.

We know Philadelphia is a “Meds ‘n’ Eds” city, but what percentage of the top nonprofits by income falls in each category? Hover over the pie chart in the graphic we’ve created to see the percentage of meds, eds, or “other” in the top 25; hover over the radial chart to see the number of nonprofits in each category in the top 10.

A final caveat: This list is based on 2018, 2017 and 2016 figures on file at GuideStar for each organization. We’ve included the year of the most recent 990 in parenthesis in each entry.

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Top nonprofits
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1. Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania

(2017)

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  • Income $19,159,379,284
  • Assets $21,301,691,000

 

2. Temple University

(2017)

  • Income $3,062,555,000
  • Assets $3,468,422,000

 

3. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia

(2016)

  • Income $2,425,633,721
  • Assets $4,507,815,514

 

4. Health Partners Plans Inc

(2016)

  • Income $2,036,012,039
  • Assets $569,673,685

 

5. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

(2016)

  • Income $1,816,233,397
  • Assets $2,086,453,398

 

6. The Pew Charitable Trusts

(2017)

  • Income $1,502,405,682
  • Assets $1,260,502,217

 

7. Drexel University

(2018)

  • Income $1,501,413,560
  • Assets $2,041,983,820

 

8. Carpenters Health & Welfare Fund of Philadelphia and Vicinity

(2018)

  • Income $1,331,849,713
  • Assets $395,684,573

 

9. Albert Einstein Healthcare Network Group Letter Ruling

(2017)

  • Income $1,254,928,898
  • Assets $1,347,108,998

 

10. Temple University Hospital Inc

(2017)

  • Income $1,202,729,001
  • Assets $734,296,815

 

11. The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation

(2018)

  • Income $1,007,594,733
  • Assets $2,283,010,253

 

12. Community Behavorial Health

(2017)

  • Income $978,060,569
  • Assets $154,658,196

 

13. Presbyterian Medical Center of the University of Pennsylvania Health

(2018)

  • Income $783,438,877
  • Assets $701,694,375

 

14. Thomas Jefferson University

(2016)

  • Income $699,882,154
  • Assets $2,783,358,881

 

15. Pennsylvania Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Health System

(2017)

  • Income $657,498,958
  • Assets $764,189,730

 

16. Jefferson University Physicians

(2018)

  • Income $468,072,643
  • Assets $240,510,490

 

17. Aria Health

(2016)

  • Income $467,926,324
  • Assets $1,196,218,272

 

18. Glaxosmithkline Patient Access Programs Foundation

(2017)

  • Income $439,677,816
  • Assets $30,504,346

 

19. Pew Memorial Trust

(2017)

  • Income $420,835,604
  • Assets $2,928,201,397

 

20. American Oncologic Hospital

(2017)

  • Income $392,083,151
  • Assets $178,969,682

 

21. Saint Josephs University

(2016)

  • Income $358,691,326
  • Assets $812,522,482

 

22. American Bible Society

(2017)

  • Income $351,125,763
  • Assets $784,426,446

 

23. Childrens Health Care Associates Inc

(2018)

  • Income $312,990,731
  • Assets $110,113,13

 

24. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Foundation

(2017)

  • Income $257,498,276
  • Assets $407,331,903

 

25. Resources for Human Development, Inc.

(2018)

  • Income $255,690,894
  • Assets $68,284,074

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