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2
Oct

Executive Compensation at the UJA Federation of NY

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 is primarily engaged in awarding grants: of the $240 million raised in the year ending June 30, 2020, $163 million (68% of revenue) were awarded in grants. The second largest expense was for compensation. 506 employees received $58 million in compensation, or an average of $115,000.

There are 161 independent voting members (directors) of the UJA Federation of NY,  of which 96 (60%) are male and 65 (40%) are female.

109 employees received more than $100,000 in compensation with the 13 most highly compensated reported to be: Read more »

30
Sep

Executive Compensation at the University of Chicago (2020)

The University of Chicago (UC) is a private nondenominational research university that accepts about 8% of the students who apply. UC has approximately 7,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students.  The annual tuition with room and board for an undergraduate is about $80,000 annually which means a 4-year degree is about $320,000.

There are 46 voting members (trustees) of the governing body (board of trustees), 39 of whom are independent.  However, the Form 990 reports 50 trustees, which appears to be due to timing differences.  40 of the 50 (80%) are male while 10 of the 50 (20%) are female. Read more »

28
Sep

Executive Compensation at Health First

Health First is a fully integrated health delivery network (in this case, meaning the network provides a variety of insurance options through Health First Health Plans in central Florida, and the provision of health care through four hospitals and numerous outpatient and wellness services including Health First Medical Group, a multi-specialty physician group) in central Florida.

The purpose of this post is to report the executive compensation at Health First, Inc. (Health First), a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) (3) headquartered in Rockledge, Florida – an organization that oversees the whole network and provides management, planning, IT,  finance, and administrative support services. Read more »

26
Sep

Executive Compensation at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. is generally referred to as “Planned Parenthood” and known to provide reproductive healthcare in the US and globally.  Although Planned Parenthood is often in the news over women’s reproductive rights and specifically, abortion rights, the organization provides general healthcare, birth control, patient education, pregnancy testing, STD testing, treatment, and vaccines, women’s services, LGBT services, and men’s services. Read more »

24
Sep

Where Does $100 to Planned Parenthood Go?

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. is generally referred to as “Planned Parenthood” and known to provide reproductive healthcare in the US and globally.  Although Planned Parenthood is often in the news over women’s reproductive rights and specifically, abortion rights, the organization provides general healthcare, birth control, patient education, pregnancy testing, STD testing, treatment, and vaccines, women’s services, LGBT services, and men’s services. Read more »

22
Sep

Executive Compensation at Atlanticare Health System

Atlanticare Health System is an integrated healthcare system that employs more than 6,000 in 70 locations in southeastern New Jersey. The system is made up of dozens of tax-exempt non-profits and taxable partnerships, trusts, and corporations.  This post addresses the executive compensation as reported by the Atlanticare Health System, Inc. – Subordinates (AHSIS) which appears to be a group return.

There are 15 voting members (trustees) of the governing party, 8 of whom are independent although the most recent Form 990 (2019 for the year ending June 30, 2020) lists 42 trustees, 33 (79%) of whom are male and 9 (21%) are female. Read more »

20
Sep

Executive Compensation at Vidant Health

University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina does business as Vidant Health, and is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) (3) based in Greenville, North Carolina.  To meet the health needs of the public, Vidant Health has 9 hospitals and dozens of other patient care locations.

There are 11 independent voting members (board members) of the governing body (Board) although 15 are listed on the Form 990, which appears to be due to timing differences.  13 of the 15 (87%) are male while 2 of the 15 (13%) are female. Read more »

18
Sep

Executive Compensation at Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation (2019)

The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation (JHHSC), along with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is collectively referred to as Johns Hopkins Medicine – an integrated healthcare system that includes the medical school, six hospitals, four healthcare and surgery centers, and 39 outpatient healthcare sites.

Although Johns Hopkins Medicine has numerous non-profits, the focus of this post is the executive compensation at JHHSC (a non-profit 501 (c) (3)  that serves as a support organization for the healthcare system providing management, centralized purchasing, distribution, legal, claims management and other services to support the medical service providers. Read more »

16
Sep

Executive Compensation at Feed the Children

Feed the Children (FTC) is a tax-exempt non-profit 501 (c) (3) based in Oklahoma City, OK.  Established in 1979, FTC is primarily engaged in obtaining and distributing food, medicine, and clothing to those in need through grants, primarily to non-profits in the USA.

FTC is governed by 11 independent voting members (directors) of the governing body (Board of Directors) (although the Form 990 lists 12 directors, 8 (67%) of whom are male and 4 (33%) whom are female.

In 2020, FTC collected $416 million in non-cash contributions and distributed $367 million in non-cash contributions (in the form of grants) while also collecting $48 million in cash contributions and spending $41 million on organization expenses, the largest of which was compensation ($17 million). Read more »

14
Sep

Where Does $100 to Feed the Children Go?

Feed the Children (FTC) is a tax-exempt non-profit 501 (c) (3) based in Oklahoma City, OK.  Established in 1979, FTC is primarily engaged in obtaining and distributing food, medicine, and clothing to those in need through grants, primarily to non-profits in the USA.

FTC is governed by 11 independent voting members (directors) of the governing body (Board of Directors) (although the Form 990 lists 12 directors, 8 (67%) of whom are male and 4 (33%) whom are female.

In trying to understand how $100 is spent at FTC, it is important to consider what the organization primarily does:  collects non-cash contributions and distributes these items.  So, if the $100 donation is a non-cash item, then the contribution is distributed to another organization (another non-profit that is probably in the USA). But, if the donation is cash, then the $100 is used to pay for the organization costs of FTC. So, there are two ways to look at how $100 is spent, both of which will be presented in the following paragraphs. Read more »