Nonprofits by the Numbers 97-95

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Nonprofits by the Numbers 97-95

NYN Media’s weekly close up of the 100 largest nonprofit organizations in New York, by revenue.
January 28, 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. 97, the Huntington Hospital Association, followed by Pension Comm Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry at no. 96 and Garnet Health Medical Center at 95. 

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

 

  1. Huntington Hospital Association 

Total Revenue: $511,712,745

Gross Receipts: $616,432,315

Assets: $531,777,859

Leadership: Michael J. Dowling

Salary: $3,965,552

*Info from 2019 I-990

 

Huntington Hospital Association is a 371-bed nonprofit hospital that serves the Huntington area in Long Island, New York. In May 2021, the hospital group opened up a specialized wound care and hyperbaric medicine treatment center to treat patients with non-healing wounds that threaten lower extremities and chronic skin wounds, such as diabetic foot ulcers and bedsores. Huntington Hospital also received a B-grade for safety by the Leapfrog's Spring Safety Grades in the same month, allowing Huntington to have the third best ranking in Long Island, behind NYU Langone in Mineola and St. Francis in Roslyn.  

 

Want to know more about this nonprofit? Visit their website at https://huntington.northwell.edu/about 

 

  1. Pension Comm Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry

Total Revenue: $518,727,943

Gross Receipts: $1,180,900,220

Assets: $583,128,137

Leadership: Gerald Finkel, Principal Officer

*Info from 2019 I-990 

 

The Pension Comm Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry is the joint-management cooperative organization that administers all plans and benefits agreed upon between New York employer contractors and IBEW Local Union No. 3. The goal of its creation was to ensure worker compensation and create better relationships between employers and employees of the electrical industry. So far, 70,000 have benefited from plans administered by JIB. 

 

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

 

  1. Garnet Health Medical Center

Total Revenue: $523,547,706

Gross Receipts: $633,925,882

Assets: $597,024,116

Leadership: Scott Batulis, President & CEO

Salary: $1,449,753

*Info from 2018 I-990

 

Garnet Health Medical Center, a nonprofit hospital headquartered in Middletown, New York, announced recently that Alfred Pilong Jr. would be the new President and CEO of Garnet Medical Center. Pilong Jr. is taking over for Scott Batulis, who retired on Dec. 31 after 15 years of service. Pilong Jr. took on the job after Garnet Health closed down its skilled nursing unit, which laid off about 118 employees, in August. The skilled nursing unit was a 64-bed unit located in Garnet Health's hospital in Harris, New York. Garnet health said it was closing down the unit because of low patient volumes. In January 2021, Garnet Health also was probed for offering its board members COVID vaccine shots, which violated the state’s priority system. 


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

Angelique Molina-Mangaroo
previously founded and was executive director of The Wealthy Youth Project, a financial literacy organization interested in addressing issues faced by women and girls of color. She also was a reporter for the Hunts Point Express in the Bronx, served as a Young Women’s Advisory Council Member on the New York City Council, and has worked with several nonprofit organizations, among them Planned Parenthood of New York City and the Legal Aid Society.
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