Cause IQ organization data

Community Housing Services Nonprofits

Cause IQ has information on 14,470 community housing services nonprofits. These organizations typically have revenues from $320,251 to $2.5 million, between 0 and 25 employees, and are 501(c)(3)s. Community housing services nonprofits in Cause IQ can also be assisted living and continuing care retirement communities, civic and social organizations, and individual and family services.

Most popular community housing services nonprofits

NameTypeLocationRevenue
RAND Corporation (RAND)501(c)(3)Santa Monica, CA$416 million
Habitat for Humanity501(c)(3)Atlanta, GA$346 million
Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA)501(c)(3)Brooklyn, NY$158 million
Catholic Charities of Baltimore501(c)(3)Timonium, MD$113 million
The New Teacher Project501(c)(3)New York, NY$58 million
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles501(c)(3)Bellflower, CA$18 million
Covenant House International501(c)(3)New York, NY$85 million
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$24 million
A New Leaf501(c)(3)Mesa, AZ$23 million
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada501(c)(3)Las Vegas, NV$22 million
New Directions for Veterans501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$10 million
Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake (HHC)501(c)(3)Baltimore, MD$9.4 million
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City501(c)(3)Oklahoma City, OK$6.1 million
Habitat for Humanity of Washington501(c)(3)Washington, DC$2.8 million
Covenant House501(c)(3)Charleston, WV$1.5 million
Teach for America (TFA)501(c)(3)New York, NY$263 million
NeighborWorks America501(c)(3)Washington, DC$168 million
Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS)501(c)(3)Oakton, VA$34 million
Aspire Public Schools501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$212 million
Uplift Education501(c)(3)Dallas, TX$187 million
Noble Network of Charter Schools501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$183 million
Green Dot Public Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$175 million
Kipp La Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$102 million
Rocketship Public Schools (RPS)501(c)(3)Redwood City, CA$98 million
Team Academy Charter School501(c)(3)Newark, NJ$82 million
KIPP Bay Area Public Schools501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$76 million
Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$69 million
LEARN Charter School Network501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$55 million
Concern for Independent Living (CLI)501(c)(3)Medford, NY$49 million
Uncommon Schools (US)501(c)(3)New York, NY$46 million
Vaughn Next Century Learning Center501(c)(3)San Fernando, CA$46 million
Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)501(c)(3)New York, NY$45 million
Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF)501(c)(3)Long Beach, CA$34 million
Bright Star Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$32 million
Center City Public Charter Schools501(c)(3)Washington, DC$30 million
USH Communities501(c)(3)West Chester, PA$30 million
Alliance for College - Ready Public Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$28 million
Goddard Riverside Community Center501(c)(3)New York, NY$26 million
Lifemoves501(c)(3)Menlo Park, CA$24 million
The Accelerated Schools501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$22 million
Capital City Public Charter School501(c)(3)Washington, DC$22 million
Skid Row Housing Trust501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$18 million
Franciscan Sisters of Chicago501(c)(3)Lemont, IL$14 million
Union Station Homeless Services501(c)(3)Pasadena, CA$13 million
Berkeley Student Cooperative (BSC)501(c)(3)Berkeley, CA$12 million
Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home501(c)(3)Washington, DC$12 million
Westmont of Pinole501(c)(3)Pinole, CA$11 million
Briya Public Charter School501(c)(3)Washington, DC$11 million
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$10 million
Inquilinos Boricuas En Accion (IBA)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$9.9 million
SRI International501(c)(3)Menlo Park, CA$405 million
Renaissance Elementary Charter School501(c)(3)Fort Lauderdale, FL$276 million
Acacia Network Housing501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$193 million
Brilliant Corners501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$156 million
YES Prep Public Schools501(c)(3)Houston, TX$144 million
Mater Academy501(c)(3)Miami, FL$122 million
BASIS Charter Schools501(c)(3)Scottsdale, AZ$118 million
The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness501(c)(3)Washington, DC$113 million
The Community Builders (TCB)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$90 million
Atlantic Housing Foundation501(c)(3)Dallas, TX$86 million
Eden Housing501(c)(3)Hayward, CA$75 million
Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$71 million
Horizon Housing Foundation (HHF)501(c)(3)Saint Louis, MO$67 million
Compass Health501(c)(3)Everett, WA$65 million
Glick Family Housing Foundation501(c)(3)Indianapolis, IN$62 million
Florida Charter Educational Foundation (FCEF)501(c)(3)FT Lauderdale, FL$62 million
High Tech High (HTH)501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$62 million
Community Preservation Corporation (CPC)501(c)(3)New York, NY$59 million
Community Renewal Team (CRT)501(c)(3)Hartford, CT$54 million
Wisconsin Housing Preservation Corporation (WHPC)501(c)(3)Madison, WI$54 million
Doe Fund501(c)(3)New York, NY$53 million
Gateway Community Charters (GCC)501(c)(3)Mcclellan, CA$52 million
KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools501(c)(3)Atlanta, GA$52 million
Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$50 million
NHP Foundation (NHPF)501(c)(3)New York, NY$45 million
Comhar501(c)(3)Philadelphia, PA$43 million
Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$43 million
Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF)501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$42 million
EAH Housing501(c)(3)San Rafael, CA$42 million
New Community Corporation501(c)(3)Newark, NJ$40 million
San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center501(c)(3)Van Nuys, CA$40 million
Westhab501(c)(3)Yonkers, NY$38 million
Educational Housing Services (EHS)501(c)(3)Brooklyn, NY$38 million
Mercy Housing501(c)(3)Denver, CO$38 million
Irvine Campus Housing Authority (ICHA)501(c)(3)Irvine, CA$36 million
Comunilife501(c)(3)New York, NY$35 million
Fashion Institute of Technology501(c)(3)New York, NY$34 million
Horizon Development Properties (HDP)501(c)(3)Charlotte, NC$34 million
Hamilton Families501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$33 million
Chicago Low-Income Housing Trust Fund501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$32 million
CHN Housing Partners (CHN)501(c)(3)Cleveland, OH$32 million
Fountain House501(c)(3)New York, NY$31 million
MidPen Housing501(c)(3)Foster City, CA$31 million
BRIDGE Housing Corporation501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$30 million
Millennium Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Costa Mesa, CA$28 million
Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC)501(c)(3)Denver, CO$28 million
Star of Hope Mission501(c)(3)Houston, TX$28 million
Ahc501(c)(3)Arlington, VA$27 million
West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing501(c)(3)New York, NY$27 million
Urban Land Conservancy501(c)(3)Denver, CO$26 million
Century Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Culver City, CA$26 million
Presbyterian Night Shelter (PNS)501(c)(3)Fort Worth, TX$25 million
Foundation Communities501(c)(3)Austin, TX$25 million
National Foundation for Affordable Housing Solutions (NFAHS)501(c)(3)North Bethesda, MD$24 million
Agency for Community Transit (ACT)501(c)(3)Granite City, IL$24 million
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC)501(c)(3)West Sacramento, CA$24 million
California Charter School Consortium (CCSA)501(c)(3)Los Angeles, CA$23 million
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver501(c)(3)Denver, CO$22 million
Broward Outreach Center501(c)(3)Miami, FL$22 million
Christian Church Homes (CCH)501(c)(3)Oakland, CA$22 million
Chinatown Community Development Center501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$22 million
Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF)501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$21 million
Health Trust501(c)(3)San Jose, CA$21 million
Atlanta Mission501(c)(3)Atlanta, GA$21 million
Diego Beekman Mutual Housing Association Housing Development Fund Corporation501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$20 million
Jamboree Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Irvine, CA$20 million
Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)501(c)(3)Seattle, WA$19 million
Commonbond Communities501(c)(3)St Paul, MN$19 million
California Community Reinvestment Corporation501(c)(3)Glendale, CA$19 million
Boston Community Loan Fund501(c)(3)Boston, MA$18 million
Praxis Housing Initiatives501(c)(3)New York, NY$18 million
Options for Community Living501(c)(3)Smithtown, NY$18 million
Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ)501(c)(3)Freehold, NJ$17 million
National Housing Trust-Enterprise Preservation Corporation501(c)(3)Washington, DC$17 million
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates501(c)(3)Berkeley, CA$17 million
Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC)501(c)(3)Austin, TX$17 million
Community Housing Works (CHW)501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$17 million
Sarahs Circle501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$17 million
Housing Partnership Network (HPN)501(c)(3)Boston, MA$17 million
Reach Community Development501(c)(3)Portland, OR$16 million
Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County501(c)(3)Clearwater, FL$16 million
Houston Habitat for Humanity501(c)(3)Houston, TX$16 million
Aeon501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$15 million
Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$15 million
Slippery Rock University Foundation Student Housing501(c)(3)Slippery Rock, PA$14 million
Linc Housing Corporation501(c)(3)Long Beach, CA$14 million
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership (CMHP)501(c)(3)Charlotte, NC$14 million
Affordable Housing and Services Collaborative (AHSC)501(c)(3)Braintree, MA$14 million
PIBLY Residential Programs501(c)(3)Bronx, NY$14 million
New Hope Housing501(c)(3)Houston, TX$14 million
Coalition On Temporary Shelter (COTS)501(c)(3)Detroit, MI$13 million
Millennium Housing501(c)(3)Costa Mesa, CA$13 million
RS Eden501(c)(3)Minneapolis, MN$13 million
Father Joe's Villages501(c)(3)San Diego, CA$13 million
Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF)501(c)(3)Columbia, MD$13 million
Housing Trust Silicon Valley (HTSV)501(c)(3)San Jose, CA$13 million
Community Corporation of Santa Monica501(c)(3)Santa Monica, CA$13 million
Conard House501(c)(3)San Francisco, CA$13 million
Heartland Housing501(c)(3)Chicago, IL$12 million
Western Reserve Revitalization and Management Company501(c)(3)Cleveland, OH$12 million

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