Goldman Sachs is a firm that provides investment management, administrative support, repair and maintenance, professional and technical services, and outsourced management to nonprofit clients. They operate nationwide, with nonprofit clients using their services across the country.
Most Goldman Sachs clients are outpatient health care practitioners and facilities, hospitals, civic and social organizations, and grantmaking foundations with revenues ranging from $9.5 million to $126 million.
Previous legal names, trade names, or just variations of their name include: Goldman Sachs and Co LLC; Goldman Sachs and Co.; and Goldman Sachs Co LLC.
|1||Battelle Memorial Institute||501(c)(3)||Columbus, OH|
|2||United Way of New York City||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|3||A New Leaf||501(c)(3)||Mesa, AZ|
|4||Gallaudet University||501(c)(3)||Washington, DC|
|5||National Association of Counties||501(c)(4)||Washington, DC|
|6||Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund (GSPF)||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|7||Northeastern University (NU)||501(c)(3)||Boston, MA|
|8||Glen Mills Schools||501(c)(3)||Concordville, PA|
|9||Hamilton Family Charitable Trust||501(c)(3)||Wayne, PA|
|10||Trustees of Lawrence Academy at Groton Ma Corporation||501(c)(3)||Groton, MA|
|...||and 150 more Goldman Sachs not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Goldman Sachs in the nonprofit sector include Blue Cross Blue Shield, Wells Fargo Bank, Wellington Management Company LLC, Silchester International Investors Ltd, Merrill Lynch, LPL Financial, Ubs Financial Services, Adp, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC, and Fidelity Investments.
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