Nonprofits by cities and states

Every state and city has nonprofits that solve problems, provide jobs, and contribute to the economy. Click on a state or city below to learn more about the charities, associations, foundations, hospitals, schools, and other institutions in that area.
Methodology: Cause IQ mines all tax-exempt organizations that file a Form 990 or 990PF with the IRS. We exclude Form 990EZ and Postcard filers, which are high in number but very small in size. We collect and aggregate this information from OCR'd paper taxreturns, XML e-file taxreturns, IRS-provided extract, the Business Master File, and Cause IQ secret sauce for data cleaning, categorization, classification, analytics, etc.

Nonprofits by state

StateNonprofitsRevenues
 
46,051
 
$380,451,550,483
 
39,490
 
$318,898,211,649
 
26,060
 
$134,977,634,722
 
23,543
 
$156,471,359,513
 
20,543
 
$105,245,495,309
 
19,049
 
$122,665,229,430
 
17,160
 
$118,480,447,698
 
14,421
 
$120,049,812,239
 
14,357
 
$68,089,953,058
 
12,390
 
$64,426,890,963
Showing 10 of 54 states

Nonprofits by metro area

Metro areaNonprofitsRevenues
 
35,282
 
$294,341,825,444
 
15,134
 
$90,029,765,493
 
14,215
 
$118,550,276,323
 
13,970
 
$99,121,881,531
 
10,821
 
$80,715,050,638
 
10,820
 
$100,491,318,470
 
9,415
 
$174,173,565,365
 
6,846
 
$42,344,252,269
 
6,525
 
$45,502,132,134
 
6,362
 
$57,749,763,188
Showing 10 of 392 metros

State and city directory of nonprofits

Note: Many metro areas span multiple states. For example, the Portland Oregon metro also contains Vancouver Washington. The states below will list metro areas even if the primary city in that metro area (e.g., Portland, OR) isn't in that state (e.g., Washington).