Financial Comparisons of the Nonprofit Sectors in Indianapolis and Eight Metropolitan Areas
Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, 2004 - Nonprofit organizations - 33 pages
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2:1 current ratio 3,552 foundations area.Total Arts/Culture arts/culture/humanities Austin Cincinnati Cleveland average equity balance average operating margins billion in lndianapolis capita basis Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus City Nashville Raleigh Cleveland Columbus lndianapolis Columbus lndianapolis Kansas Comparison Regions Eli Lilly end-of-year assets line Excluding LEl expenditures and salaries financial solvency Financial vulnerability Form 990 filers grants paid human service providers Indianapolis Ranks Fifth indicates Kansas City Nashville liabilities line 66b Lilly Endowment ln addition lndianapolis Kansas City lndianapolis MSA lndianapolis nonprofit sector lndianapolis ranks second lndianapolis ranks third lRS Form 990 million in Sacramento NCCS negative assets nine metropolitan areas nine MSAs nonprofit expenditures nonprofit organizations nonprofit providers NTEE number of foundations number of service-providing organizations per 10,000 percent in Columbus percentage of organizations program revenue Raleigh-Durham religion related salaries paid service-providing nonprofits shows the average Societal Benefit Table total contributions total nonprofit total number total revenue Tuckman and Chang Wefl