Organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits

There are 1,767 organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits in the United States. Combined, these organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits employ 1,519 people, earn more than $344 million in revenue each year, and have assets of $1 billion.

Job trends for Organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits

Employees per organizationNumber of organizations
0
 
288
1-10
 
83
11-25
 
10
26-100
 
6
101 to 1,000
 
2
1,000+
 
0
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Sizes of organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits

Revenues per organizationNumber of organizations
< $250k
 
480
$250k to $1M
 
102
$1M to $5M
 
57
$5M to $25M
 
14
$25M to $100M
 
0
$100M+
 
0
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Directory of organizations supporting multiple arts, culture, or humanities nonprofits


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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.
This category corresponds to the "A12: Arts, Culture and Humanities Fund Raising and Fund Distribution" National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) code. Cause IQ determines NTEEs for organizations by its own internally-developed secret-sauce algorithms.