United Parcel Service is a firm that provides fundraising services to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in California, New York, Illinois, and Minnesota (although they are present in other states as well).
Most United Parcel Service clients are health and welfare funds, outpatient health care practitioners and facilities, religious organizations, grantmaking foundations, and professional associations with revenues ranging from $15 million to $1.7 billion.
Previous legal names, trade names, or just variations of their name include: Ups; United Parcel Services; and Ups - United Parcel Service.
|1||Search Incorporated||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL|
|3||Johns Hopkins Pharmaquip||501(c)(3)||Baltimore, MD|
|4||The Institutes (AICPCU)||501(c)(3)||Malvern, PA|
|5||National Fire Protection Association||501(c)(3)||Quincy, MA|
|6||Crossway / Good News Publishers||501(c)(3)||Wheaton, IL|
|8||The Building Service 32Bj Benefit Funds||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|9||Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau International||501(c)(3)||Indianapolis, IN|
|10||University Co-Operative Society||501(c)(3)||Austin, TX|
|...||and 29 more United Parcel Service not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to United Parcel Service in the nonprofit sector include Graham-Pelton Consulting Inc, Westfall Group, Microsoft Corporation, Hub International, Centerplate, Campbell and Company, Manatt Phelps and Phillips LLP, Wilson-Bennett Technology Inc, Donor Services Group LLC, and Royall and Company.
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