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Jan

Executive Compensation at the National Basketball Players Association (2020)

The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) 5 – a trade union representing the 450 basketball players (30 teams with 15 players) in the NBA. So, this association serves a very small populatlon.

In 2020, ,the NBPA reported total revenue of $67 million (compared to $45 million the previous year), most of which came from royalties ($51 million), membership dues $7 million), and investment income/gains ($6 million). It is unclear how much each NBA player pays in membership due because the NBPA also has dues for agents which ranges from $2,500 – $7,500 annually, depending on how many players the agent represents. Read more »

28
Jan

Where Does $100 to United Israel Appeal Go (2021)?

United Israel Appeal (UIA) – a 501 (c) 3 based in New York (and an affiliate of the Jewish Federations of North America) is responsible for the allocation and oversight of funds raised by the Jewish Federations of North America and expended in Israeli by its operating agent, The Jewish Agency for Israel (a 501 (c) (3) based in Jerusalem. Read more »

26
Jan

Executive Compensation at the Jewish Federations of North America (2021)

The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) “represents and serves 146 Jewish Federations, 300 independent network Jewish communities across North America and 30 separately incorporated Jewish community foundations.” In more simplistic terms, JFNA is primarily engaged in fundraising and awarding grants (primarily to United Israel Appeal – a wholly owned subsidiary organization that files a separate Form 990, and the Joint Distribution Committee). Read more »

24
Jan

Where Does $100 to the Jewish Federations of North America Go (2021)

The Jewish Federations of North American (JFNA) is a New York City-based 501 (c) (3) that represents 146 federations, more than 300 network communities and 30 Jewish community foundations (that are separately incorporated).  With 171 employees, JFNA is primarily engaged in fundraising and awarding grants (primarily to United Israel Appeal – a wholly owned subsidiary organization that files a separate Form 990, and the Joint Distribution Committee). Read more »

22
Jan

Executive Compensation at the United Jewish Appeal (UJA) Federation of NY (2021)

The United Jewish Appeal Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of NY, Inc is also known as the UJA Federation of NY.

Based in New York City, the UJA Federation of NY has historically been focused on raising funds and using those funds to make grants (61% of revenue in 2019, 68% of revenue in 2020, and 54% of revenue in 2021) – primarily to domestic Jewish organizations including $50 million to the Jewish Federations of North America in 2021 – and strengthen their balance sheet by allotting millions annually to the general fund (they reported having $1.5 billion in net assets by the end of 2021).

In 2021, the UJA Federation of NY used 54% of revenue ($181 million) for grants, 23% of revenue ($78 million) to pay for organization expenses, and allocated 23% of revenue ($75 million) to the general fund. Read more »

20
Jan

Executive Compensation at AARP (2021)

AARP – the American Association of Retired Persons – is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization who offers a broad mission:  “to empower people to choose how they live as they age” but more specifically focuses on the issues and benefits of those 50 years and older.  With an estimated 38 million members who pay $9-$16 annually, AARP is one of the largest non-profit member-based organizations in the country. Read more »

18
Jan

How Revenue is Spent at AARP

AARP – the American Association of Retired Persons – is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization who offers a broad mission:  “to empower people to choose how they live as they age” but more specifically focuses on the issues and benefits of those 50 years and older.  With an estimated 38 million members who pay $9-$16 annually, AARP is one of the largest non-profit member-based organizations in the country. Read more »

16
Jan

Executive Compensation at AARP (2020)

AARP – the American Association of Retired Persons – is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization who offers a broad mission:  “to empower people to choose how they live as they age” but more specifically focuses on the issues and benefits of those 50 years and older.  With an estimated 38 million members who pay $9-$16 annually, AARP is one of the largest non-profit member-based organizations in the country. Read more »

14
Jan

Executive Compensation at AARP

AARP – the American Association of Retired Persons – is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization who offers a broad mission:  “to empower people to choose how they live as they age” but more specifically focuses on the issues and benefits of those 50 years and older.  With an estimated 38 million members who pay $9-$16 annually, AARP is one of the largest non-profit member-based organizations in the country. Read more »

12
Jan

Executive Compensation at Mount Sinai Hospital (2019)

Mount Sinai Hospital (MSH) is part of the Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS) – a network of 8 hospitals and a medical school formed in 2013 when the operations of Mount Sinai Medical Center and Continuum Health Partners merged. MSHS is the controlling entity or the affiliated organization – both non-profit and for profit – in the network.  Headquartered in New York City, NY, MSHS has about 4,000 beds and 38,000 employees, with nearly 18,500 of them employed by the Mount Sinai Hospital.

Key information to know about Mount Sinai Hospital (MSH), as reported on the Form 990 (2019) submitted to the IRS includes: Read more »