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23
Oct

Executive Compensation at Ochsner Health (New Orleans, LA)

Ochsner Health is Louisiana’s largest non-profit health provider with 40 hospitals and more than 100 health and urgent care centers staffed by more than 25,000 employees among dozens of non-profit organizations that are affiliated with each other. The main organization – Ochsner Clinic Foundation – is the primary organization that provides patient care, medical education and research while a related organization – Ochsner Health System – provides management and support. Read more »

21
Oct

Executive Compensation at Harlem Children’s Zone

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) was initially established in 1970 as the Rheedlen Centers for Children and Families, New York City’s first truancy prevention program. 21 years later in 1991, the organization took PS 194 and turned it into a community center for after school, weekend, and summer programs for children and families in the local Harlem neighborhood.

Today, HCZ provides free support (after school programs, parent workshops, preschool programs, health programs, and charter schools) to nearly 100 blocks in the Harlem neighborhood to keep kids on track through childhood, college, and the early job market. Read more »

19
Oct

Where Does $100 to Harlem Children’s Zone Go?

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) was initially established in 1970 as the Rheedlen Centers for Children and Families, New York City’s first truancy prevention program. 21 years later in 1991, the organization took PS 194 and turned it into a community center for after school, weekend, and summer programs for children and families in the local Harlem neighborhood.

Today, HCZ provides free support (after school programs, parent workshops, preschool programs, health programs, and charter schools) to nearly 100 blocks in the Harlem neighborhood to keep kids on track through childhood, college, and the early job market. Read more »

17
Oct

How Membership Dues are Spent at the American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is the second largest teacher’s union (although membership is not limited to teachers) with 1.7 million members (after the National Education Association) in 3,000 local affiliates in the USA. A non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (5), AFT is based in Washington, DC and is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.

The most recent Form 990 (2017 for the year ending June 30, 2018) reports the following information about the AFT: Read more »

15
Oct

Executive Compensation at the American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is the second largest teacher’s union (although membership is not limited to teachers) with 1.7 million members (after the National Education Association) in 3,000 local affiliates in the USA. A non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (5), the AFT is based in Washington, DC and is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.

For the year ending June 30, 2018, AFT reported total revenue of  $229 million (mostly from membership dues) and expenses of $190 million (with the unspent funds added to the general fund). The largest expense for the organization was compensation for the 398 employees who received $61 million, which equates to an average compensation of $153,300. However, only 178 employees (45%) received more than $100,000 in compensation. The eight most highly compensated employees were reported to be: Read more »

13
Oct

Executive Compensation at St Joseph Health (CA)

St. Joseph Health System (SJH) is a California-based non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) that is part of Washington-based Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH).  Affiliated with the Catholic church, SJH is an integrated healthcare system serving residents in northern California with 5 hospitals and numerous healthcare facilities staffed by 6,700 employees.  Note:  SJH which also served West Texas and East New Mexico merged with Providence Health and Services (PH&S) to form PSJH in 2016. Read more »

11
Oct

Executive Compensation at Providence Health and Services (WA)

Providence Health and Services – Washington (PH&S) is part of the Providence St Joseph Health (PSJH), a non-profit, tax-exempt integrated healthcare provider associated with the Catholic Church. With 51 hospitals and nearly 1,100 clinics staffed by 120,000 employees across seven western states (Washington, Oregon, Montana, New Mexico, California, Texas, and Alaska), the Providence St Joseph Health system came to be when PH&S merged with Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH), in 2016. (note: PSJH – the overall executive management arm – is the sole member of PH&S). Read more »

9
Oct

Executive Compensation at Providence St. Joseph Health

In 2016, Providence Health & Services (PH&S) and St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) merged to form the Providence St. Joseph Health system, a non-profit, tax-exempt integrated healthcare provider associated with the Catholic Church. With 51 hospitals and nearly 1,100 clinics staffed by 120,000 employees across seven western states (Washington, Oregon, Montana, New Mexico, California, Texas, and Alaska), the Providence St Joseph Health system asserts “we use our voice to advocate for vulnerable populations and needed reforms in healthcare.” Read more »

7
Oct

Executive Compensation at ProMedica Health

ProMedica Health System, Inc. (ProMedica Health)  is an Ohio-based non-profit, tax-exempt corporation that serves as a holding company for numerous other organizations that make up the ProMedica Health System in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. The system includes 13 hospitals, 900 healthcare providers, 400 assisted living facilities, and an insurance company (Paramount) all staffed by more than 56,000 employees.

With 2,498 employees who were compensated $163 million (an average compensation of $65,300), ProMedica Health – the holding company – provides management and support services to all the entities that make up the ProMedica Health System. Key information about the holding company include: Read more »

5
Oct

Where Does $100 to Paws For Purple Hearts Go (2018)?

Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH)  is a non-profit, tax-exempt (501) (c) (3) that teaches veterans to train service dogs for their fellow veterans with combat-related injuries. The Form 990 (2018) submitted to the IRS indicates PPH raised $5.2 million in 2018 (which is about $400,000 less than in 2017)  most of which came from contributions, gifts and grants. Read more »