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Posts from the ‘Non-Profits’ Category

18
Jun

Executive Compensation at Washington University

Washington University in St Louis (WU) is a private research university with about 14,000 full time students (8,000 undergraduate and 6,000 graduate). Tuition, room, board and fees for undergraduates is about $70,000 annually or about $280,000 for a 4-year degree.

In 2017, WU reported total revenue of $3.3 billion, of which $2.3 billion came from program services (i.e. tuition, room, board, fees, patient, labs, and hospital support, research, sales and services). Approximately $450 million came from grants, $250 million from contributions, and $300 million from the gain on the sale of assets, royalties, and other services. Read more »

14
Jun

Executive Compensation at Catholic Health Initiatives

Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) is one of the largest non-profit health care providers in the country with 101 hospitals and clinics in 18 states. Based in Englewood, Colorado, CHI has more than 250 related organizations that file separate Form 990’s. This post simply addresses the executive compensation at CHI in Englewood, Colorado.

3,446 employees were compensated $396 million, or an average of compensation of $114,000 in 2017. However, only 962 employees were compensated more than $100,000 with the 24 most highly compensated individuals listed below: Read more »

12
Jun

Executive Compensation at Ascension Health and Ascension Health Alliance

Ascension Health is the nation’s largest Catholic non-profit health system with 151 hospitals, 2,600 sites of care, and 50 senior living facilities in 21 states and the District of Columbia. The sole corporate member of Ascension Health is Ascension Health Alliance, a Missouri non-profit 501 (c) (3).  Consequently, there are two separate IRS Form 990’s that need to be viewed to gain an understanding of the executive compensation. Read more »

10
Jun

Executive Compensation at Seton Hall University

Seton Hall University (Seton Hall) – one of the countries leading Catholic universities – is located in South Orange, NJ (main campus), Newark, NJ (law school), Clifton and Nutley, NJ (College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences),  and Hackensack (School of Medicine).  10,000 students (6,000 undergraduate and 4,000 graduate) attend Seton Hall. Undergraduate tuition, room, board, and fees total about $60,000 annually or $240,000 for four years.

In 2017, Seton Hall reported total revenue of $415 million, of which $343 million (83% of revenue) came from program services (tuition, room and board, fees, and medical residency program). The remaining revenue primarily came from contributions, gains on the sale of assets, athletics, parking, and government grants.

Expenses totaled $399 million (including $17 million in depreciation) including $133 million in grants.  The $16 million in unspent revenue along with $14 million in net unrealized gains on investments allowed net assets (often referred to as the endowment) to increase from $420 million at the beginning of the year to $450 million at year-end. Read more »

6
Jun

Executive Compensation at Villanova University

Villanova University (Villanova) – a collection of six colleges – located just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is known for its basketball team and for its liberal arts, nursing, engineering, business, law, and professional studies. With more than 11,000 students (6,500 undergraduate and 4,500 graduate), Villanova is an accredited university that has been educating students since 1842 (and thus, the oldest Catholic university in Pennsylvania).

The annual undergraduate cost (tuition, room, and board) is approximately $67,000 which equates to $268,000 for a four-year degree. Read more »

4
Jun

Executive Compensation at the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research

The Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFFPR) is a 501 (c) (3) established in 2000 to assist in the development of better treatments for Parkinson’s Disease “through an aggressively funded research agenda.” Most foundations of this type are established to raise funds which are then awarded as research grants in the hopes of finding better treatments and ultimately a cure.

In 2017, the MJFFPR raised $104 million and awarded $82 million in grants, which equates to 79% of revenue (although in 2016, MJFFPR awarded $74 million in grants (representing 65% of total revenue). The remaining $22 million was primarily spent on compensation and office-related expenses. Read more »

2
Jun

Where Does $100 to DAV Go?

The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization is a 501 (c) (4) – a social welfare organization – that was created by Congress in 1920 to assist disabled military veterans and their families.  Based in Cold Spring, Kentucky, DAV provides services nationwide to disabled veterans through staff, national service offices and more than 1,300 local chapters.

With more than a million members (who pay $0-$250 for a lifetime of assistance and benefits), DAV is the largest disabled veteran assistance organization in the country. In 2017, DAV reported total revenue of $137 million although only $7 million (about 5% of revenue) came from membership fees.  $108 million (79% of revenue) came from contributions. $20 million (15% of revenue) came from investment income and the gain on the sale of assets while $2 million came from royalties and other sources. Read more »

31
May

Executive Compensation at Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization is a 501 (c) (4) – a social welfare organization – that was created by Congress in 1920 to assist disabled military veterans and their families.  Based in Cold Spring, Kentucky, DAV provides services nationwide to disabled veterans through staff, national service offices and more than 1,300 local chapters.

With more than a million members (who pay $0-$250 for a lifetime of assistance and benefits), DAV is the largest disabled veteran assistance organization in the country. But, its important to note membership dues only brought in about $7 million in 2017 (about 5% of revenue; most revenue – $108 million out of $137 million raised – came from contributions). Read more »

27
May

Executive Compensation at the American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society (ACS) is the world’s largest scientific society in terms of membership with more than 156,000 members who pay $29-$175 a year to belong to this Washington, DC based 501 (c) (3).

Professionally, the organization is the largest source of scientific information through journals, conferences, and abstract services. The provision of these information services is the primary source of income for ACS, accounting for 84% of revenue ($501 million out of $600 million) in 2017.

ACS reported having 2,373 employees who were compensated $243 million in 2017, which equates to an average compensation of $102,400.  However, only 724 individuals were provided more than $100,000 in compensation with the 11 most highly compensated individuals listed below: Read more »

23
May

Executive Compensation at Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame (the legal name is the “University of Notre Dame du Lac” but more often referred to as “Notre Dame”) is a Catholic teaching university in South Bend, Indiana and a non-profit 501 (c) 3. With 12,400 students (8,500 undergraduate and 3,900 graduate students), Notre Dame is one of the most well-known religious-affiliated universities in the country. Read more »