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Non-Profits, Part 1

Rochester Business Journal
December 21, 2012

Information was provided by individual charitable organizations, cultural organizations or human service providers in Monroe County that are designated non-profit by New York and that responded to an email survey, or from copies of IRS Form 990 filed by each organization. Ranked by expenditures for fiscal year 2011.

1  Hillside Family of Agencies
2  Lifetime Care
3  PathStone Corp.
4  CDS Monarch Inc
5  Lifetime Assistance Inc.
6  Heritage Christian Services Inc.
7  Visiting Nurse Service of Rochester and Monroe County Inc.
8  Coordinated Care Services Inc.
9  YMCA of Greater Rochester
10  United Way of Greater Rochester Inc.
11  Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired-Goodwill Industries of Greater Rochester Inc.
12  Mary Cariola Children's Center Inc.
13  Catholic Family Center of the Diocese of Rochester
14  Foodlink Inc.
15  The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming
16  Rochester Area Community Foundation
17  St. Joseph's Villa of Rochester
18  Center for Disability Rights Inc.
19  DePaul Community Services Inc.
20  United Cerebral Palsy Association of the Rochester Area Inc. dba CP Rochester
21  Volunteers of America of Western New York Inc.
22  Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum dba The Strong
23  Rochester Broadway Theatre League Inc.
24  WXXI Public Broadcasting Council
25  Planned Parenthood of the Rochester/Syracuse Region Inc.

Data from The Lists is available for purchase as an Excel download at the RBJ List Center. A PDF reprint of The Lists can be purchased by contacting our Circulation Department at 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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