Nonprofits by the Numbers 91-89

Nonprofits by the Numbers
Nonprofits by the Numbers
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Nonprofits by the Numbers

Nonprofits by the Numbers 91-89

NYN Media’s weekly close up of the 100 largest nonprofit organizations in New York, by revenue.
February 14, 2022

NYN Media has taken the 100 largest nonprofits in New York, by revenue, and broken them down by the numbers. IRS 990 filings published by GuideStar were used for this new weekly series. 

In this report, NYN Media counts down from No. 91, New York Hotel Trades Council & Hotel Association of NYC, Inc. Health Benefits Fund, followed by the Visiting Nurse Association of Central New York, Inc. at No. 90 and the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation at 89. 

NYN will continue the countdown each week, all the way to No. 1.

  1. New York Hotel Trades Council & Hotel Association of NYC, Inc. Health Benefits Fund

Total Revenue: $540,391,057

Gross Receipts: $547,723,066

Assets: $364,860,255

Leadership: Dr. David Jacobson

*Info. from 2019 I-990

The New York Hotel Trades Council & Hotel Association of NYC, Inc. Health Benefits Fund provides health and pension coverage to employees of the hotel industry who are affiliated with the New York Hotel Trades Council themselves, or who are employed by organizations that are affiliated. The New York Hotel Trades Council Committee is the union affiliated with the New York Hotel Trades Council, which was one of the first major unions to back Gov. Kathy Hochul and gave to her $21.9 million campaign. The union exceeded the maximum a union can give and even was refunded $4,000. 

Want to know more about this nonprofit? Visit their website at https://www.hotelfunds.org/

  1. Visiting Nurse Association of Central New York, Inc.

Total Revenue: $546,254,448

Gross Receipts: $554,742,987

Assets: $85,782,659

Leadership: Mary Kate Rolf

*Info. from 2019 I-990 

Established in 1890, the Visiting Nurse Association of Central New York, Inc. is a private nonprofit based in Syracuse, New York, dedicated to providing health services and health education to patients and families at home. It specializes in senior assistance, post-surgical assistance, early motherhood, and disease education. Current President and CEO Mary Kate Rolf joined the association in 2011, having previously served as Executive Director of Managed Long Term Care and Home & Community Based Services at Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare in Utica, New York. 

Want to know more about this nonprofit? Visit their website at https://www.nyconnects.ny.gov/providers/visiting-nurse-association-of-central-new-york-a-division-of-vna-homecare-901170

  1. Mother Cabrini Health Foundation

Total Revenue: $547,285,904

Gross Receipts: $2,795,932,809

Assets: $4,104,098,959

Leadership: Gregory Mustaciuolo 

*Info. from 2019 I-990

The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation is a New York-focused nonprofit specializing in health services specifically aimed at New York State. Though guided by principles of the Roman Catholic faith, the organization awards grants and sponsors programs that target low-income New Yorkers, regardless of faith. In January 2022, the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation awarded $140 million in grants to over 450 New York-based organizations in an effort to support underserved communities and their needs. 

Want to know more about this nonprofit? Visit their website at https://cabrinihealth.org

Jaylen Coaxum
Jaylen Coaxum is an intern at NYN Media.
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