Cause IQ organization data

Savings Institutions

Cause IQ has information on 1,163 savings institutions. These organizations typically have revenues from $162,217 to $6.6 million, between 0 and 16 employees, and are 501(c)(3)s. Savings institutions in Cause IQ can also be civic and social organizations, grantmaking foundations, and individual and family services.

Most popular savings institutions

NameTypeLocationRevenue
Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC)501(c)(6)Washington, DC$463 million
Accion501(c)(3)Washington, DC$26 million
FINCA International501(c)(3)Washington, DC$21 million
ImpactAssets501(c)(3)Bethesda, MD$382 million
Equitable Facilities Fund501(c)(3)New York, NY$109 million
American Student Assistance (ASA)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$81 million
Trellis Company501(c)(3)Round Rock, TX$75 million
Social Finance501(c)(3)Boston, MA$73 million
North Texas Higher Education Authority (NTHEA)501(c)(3)Arlington, TX$26 million
Launchpad Development Company501(c)(3)Redwood City, CA$19 million
Higher Education Servicing Corporation501(c)(3)Arlington, TX$11 million
Hebrew Free Loan Society (HFLS)501(c)(3)New York, NY$7.4 million
Business Finance Group501(c)(6)Fairfax, VA$4.5 million
ECMC Group501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$467 million
Ascendium Education Solutions501(c)(3)Madison, WI$388 million
Educational Credit Management Corporation501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$361 million
Opportunity Finance Network (OFN)501(c)(3)Philadelphia, PA$76 million
National Campus and Community Development Corporation (NCCDC)501(c)(3)Austin, TX$73 million
Pact Global Microfinance Fund (PGMF)501(c)(3)Washington, DC$71 million
Iff501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$64 million
Arab Gulf Programme for Development501(c)(4)New York, NY$63 million
National Cooperative Bank (NCB)501(c)(3)Arlington, VA$62 million
Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$61 million
Accion Opportunity Fund Community Development501(c)(3)San Jose, CA$58 million
City First Enterprises501(c)(3)Washington, DC$55 million
The Reinvestment Fund (TRF)501(c)(3)Philadelphia, PA$54 million
Root Capital501(c)(3)Cambridge, MA$52 million
LiftFund501(c)(3)San Antonio, TX$51 million
Raza Development Fund501(c)(3)Phoenix, AZ$48 million
Grameen America501(c)(3)Jackson Heights, NY$46 million
NorthStar Education Services501(c)(3)Eagan, MN$40 million
Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF)501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$38 million
Century Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Culver City, CA$37 million
The national Development council501(c)(3)New York, NY$35 million
Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF)501(c)(3)Columbia, MD$35 million
RSF Social Finance (RSF)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$35 million
Kiva Microfunds501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$34 million
Allies and Ross Management and Development Corporation501(c)(3)Pittsburgh, PA$32 million
Calvert Impact Capital (CIC)501(c)(3)Bethesda, MD$30 million
Genesis LA501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$29 million
CDC Small Business Finance Corporation501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$26 million
Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF)501(c)(3)New York, NY$26 million
Ascendium Education Group501(c)(3)Madison, WI$25 million
Bluehub Loan Fund501(c)(3)Boston, MA$22 million
Helios Education Foundation501(c)(3)Phoenix, AZ$21 million
Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$18 million
Community Investment Corporation501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$18 million
Community Loan Fund of New Jersey501(c)(3)New Brunswick, NJ$18 million
Colorado Enterprise Fund (CEF)501(c)(3)Denver, CO$16 million
Nonprofit Finance Fund501(c)(3)New York, NY$16 million
TruFund Financial services501(c)(3)New York, NY$16 million
Chicago Community Loan Fund (CCLF)501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$14 million
Women's World Banking501(c)(3)New York, NY$13 million
Ascendus501(c)(3)New York, NY$13 million
Northern California Community Loan Fund501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$13 million
Charter Schools Development Corporation (CSDC)501(c)(3)Hanover, MD$12 million
Mce Social Capital501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$11 million
Community Housing Capital (CHC)501(c)(3)Decatur, GA$11 million
Bridgeway Capital501(c)(3)Pittsburgh, PA$11 million
PeopleFund501(c)(3)Austin, TX$11 million
Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners501(c)(3)New York, NY$10 million
California Community Reinvestment Corporation501(c)(3)Glendale, CA$10 million
I2e501(c)(3)Oklahoma City, OK$9.5 million
WBD501(c)(3)Madison, WI$9.3 million
Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon501(c)(3)Portland, OR$9.3 million
Propel Nonprofits501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$9.3 million
Washington Area Community Investment Fund501(c)(3)Washington, DC$9.0 million
Mission Asset Fund (MAF)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$9.0 million
Neighborworks Capital Corporation501(c)(3)Silver Spring, MD$8.8 million
Network for Oregon Affordable Housing501(c)(3)Portland, OR$8.5 million
Seed Commons501(c)(3)New York, NY$7.9 million
Boston Community Capital Venture Fund501(c)(3)Boston, MA$7.9 million
Boc Capital Corporation501(c)(3)Brooklyn, NY$7.5 million
Icafund501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$6.6 million
VotingWorks501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$6.2 million
Mercy Community Capital501(c)(3)Denver, CO$5.9 million
Cal Ed501(c)(3)El Segundo, CA$5.9 million
Baptist Church Loan Corporation Church Lending (BCLC)501(c)(3)Dallas, TX$5.8 million
Beneficial State Foundation501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$5.6 million
IRC's Center for Economic Opportunity501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$5.6 million
The Progress Fund501(c)(3)Greensburg, PA$5.5 million
Blue Forest Finance501(c)(3)Sacramento, CA$5.3 million
Forward Community Investments501(c)(3)Madison, WI$5.1 million
Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC)501(c)(4)Dulles, VA$1.6 billion
The Common Fund for Nonprofit Organizations501(c)(3)Wilton, CT$356 million
Educational Loan Finance501(c)(3)Knoxville, TN$139 million
NHHEAF Network Organizations (NHHEAF)501(c)(3)Concord, NH$60 million
South Carolina Student Loan Corporation (SCSL)501(c)(3)Columbia, SC$58 million
Iowa Student Loan501(c)(3)West Des Moines, IA$50 million
Nebraska Student Loan Program (NSLP)501(c)(3)Lincoln, NE$45 million
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH)501(c)(3)Columbus, OH$44 million
Anabaptist Financial501(c)(3)Lewisburg, PA$41 million
Pathway Lending501(c)(3)Nashville, TN$34 million
Anabaptist Financial501(c)(3)Lewisburg, PA$29 million
Venture Michigan Fund (VMF)501(c)(3)New York, NY$26 million
Dreamspring501(c)(3)Albuquerque, NM$25 million
UCHLP Corporation501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$21 million
MoFi501(c)(3)Missoula, MT$20 million
Economic and Community Development Institute (ECDI)501(c)(3)Columbus, OH$19 million
TMC Financing501(c)(4)Oakland, CA$19 million
Craft3501(c)(3)Astoria, OR$19 million
Initiative Foundation501(c)(3)Little Falls, MN$18 million
Alameda County Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$18 million
Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises501(c)(3)Berea, KY$18 million
Community First Fund501(c)(3)Lancaster, PA$17 million
Hope Enterprise Corporation501(c)(3)Jackson, MS$16 million
New Hampshire Community Loan Fund501(c)(3)Concord, NH$14 million
Roc USA LLC501(c)(3)Concord, NH$14 million
Access To Capital for Entrepreneurs501(c)(3)Cleveland, GA$13 million
Coastal Enterprises (CEI)501(c)(3)Brunswick, ME$13 million
Entrepreneur Fund501(c)(3)Duluth, MN$13 million
Commonwealth Cornerstone Group501(c)(3)Harrisburg, PA$12 million
Cinnaire Lending Corporation501(c)(3)Lansing, MI$12 million
Brazos Higher Education (Brazos)501(c)(3)Waco, TX$12 million
New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation (NMEAF)501(c)(3)Albuquerque, NM$12 million
Uncommon Lender501(c)(3)New York, NY$12 million
Oweesta Corporation501(c)(3)Longmont, CO$11 million
PIDC-Community Capital501(c)(3)Philadelphia, PA$11 million
Cincinnati Development Fund (CDF)501(c)(3)Cincinnati, OH$10 million
Ohio Community Development Finance Fund501(c)(3)Columbus, OH$9.4 million
Florida Community Loan Fund (FCLF)501(c)(3)Orlando, FL$9.3 million
Granite State Economic Development Corporation (GSDC)501(c)(4)Portsmouth, NH$9.3 million
New Mexico Student Loans501(c)(3)Albuquerque, NM$8.8 million
Capital for Change501(c)(3)Wallingford, CT$7.9 million
Valley Partners501(c)(3)Youngstown, OH$7.5 million
Trenton Business Assistance Corp Regional Business Assistance Corporation501(c)(3)Mercerville, NJ$6.9 million
BrightBridge501(c)(3)Chattanooga, TN$6.8 million
Neighborhood Finance Corporation (NFC)501(c)(3)Des Moines, IA$6.7 million
Carolina Small Business Development Fund501(c)(3)Raleigh, NC$6.4 million
Mountain Bizworks501(c)(3)Asheville, NC$6.1 million
Mountain Association501(c)(3)Berea, KY$6.0 million
Impact Development Fund501(c)(3)Loveland, CO$5.9 million
Neighborgood Partners501(c)(3)Dover, DE$5.8 million
Weaverland Financial Aid501(c)(3)Lititz, PA$5.2 million
Midwest Housing Development Fund501(c)(3)Omaha, NE$5.2 million
New Mexico Community Capital501(c)(3)Albuquerque, NM$5.1 million
National Housing Trust Community Development Fund501(c)(3)Washington, DC$5.0 million
First Children's Finance501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$29 million
The Enterprise Center Capital Corporation501(c)(3)Philadelphia, PA$13 million
Village Capital501(c)(3)Houston, TX$10 million
Seattle Economic Development Fund Business Impact NW501(c)(3)Tukwila, WA$9.6 million
Justine Petersen501(c)(3)Saint Louis, MO$9.3 million
Flagship Enterprise Center501(c)(3)Anderson, IN$8.5 million
Opening Doors501(c)(3)Sacramento, CA$8.3 million
Lowell Community Loan Fund501(c)(3)Lawrence, MA$8.1 million
Capital CDC501(c)(3)Austin, TX$7.8 million
Credit Builders Alliance501(c)(3)Washington, DC$5.6 million
The Genesis Fund501(c)(3)Brunswick, ME$5.4 million
Accessity501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$5.2 million
University of Minnesota Foundation Investment Advisors (UMFIA)501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$5.2 million

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