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Non-Profits, Part 2

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.  

26  Rochester Primary Care Network Inc.
27  Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester Inc.
28  Catholic Charities Community Services
29  East House Corp.
30  Mary M. Gooley Hemophilia Center Inc.
31  Al Sigl Center for Rehabilitation Agencies Inc.
32  LDA Life and Learning Services
33  PRALID (People Rebuilding and Living in Dignity Inc.)
34  American Red Cross - Greater Rochester Chapter
35  George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film
36  Holy Childhood
37  Geva Theatre Center Inc.
38  Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc.
39  Rochester Museum & Science Center
40  Easter Seals New York - Western Region
41  The Center for Youth Services Inc.
42  Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Inc.
43  The Salvation Army of Greater Rochester
44  Epilepsy Foundation of Rochester-Syracuse-Binghamton
45  The Legal Aid Society of Rochester NY Inc.
46  Seneca Park Zoo Society
47  Rochester Childfirst Network
48  Boy Scouts of America - Seneca Waterways Council
49  Finger Lakes Health System Agency
50  Genesee Country & Village & Museum

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

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