Largest Nonprofit Organizations

by Mark Friedman  on Monday, Sep. 17, 2001 12:00 am  

Ranked by total assets above $10 million

Web sites available when possible.

Rank — Organization — Assets (millions) — Revenue (millions)— Staff — Top Executive — Director's Salary — Mission

1 — Walton Family Foundation Inc.* of Bentonville — $987.9 — $137.9 — N/A — Buddy Philpot — N/A — Supports systemic reform in education with special emphasis on primary and secondary education.

www.wffhome.com

2 — University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. of Fayetteville — $335.2 — $80.1 — 6 — David Malone — $106,325 — Provides private financial support for the University of Arkansas.

uofarkansasfoundation.com

3 — Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Inc.?? of Bentonville — $189.2 — $12.8 — N/A — Buddy Philpot — N/A — Provides grants to supported organizations

4 — Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation of Little Rock — $161.3 — -$4.5 — 6 — Sybil Jordan — $127,464 — Awards grants for economic development, education and economic, racial and social justice.

www.wrockefellerfoundation.rog

5 — Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Inc. of Little Rock — $118.5 — $12.8 — 2 — David Frueauff — $77,605 — Awards grants in the area of higher education, social services, health agencies and hospitals.

www.frueafffoundation.com

6 — Winthrop Rockefeller Trust of Little Rock — $105.7 — $11.0 — 5 — Marion Burton — $100,000 — Awards grants to charitable purposes focusing on Arkansas

7 — Harvey & Bernice Jones Center for Families Inc.? of Springdale — $88.9 — $11.2 — N/A — Bernice Jones, Dan — N/A — A community/recreation center designed "to serve families, strengthen community and glorify God."

www.uark.edu/ALADDIN/jonesnet

8 — Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development of Morrilton — $83.7 — $49.4 — N/A — Frank Tugwell — $227,611 — Supports the alleviation of poverty and world hunger through agricultural research and disseminating agricultural knowledge, technology and methods.

9 — Heifer International Foundation of Little Rock — $38.7 — $12.0 — 8 — Janet Ginn — N/A — Provides financial support to parent organization.

www.heifer.org

10 — Razorback Foundation Inc.** of Fayetteville — $37.7 — $16.1 — 12 — Chuck Dicus — $154,975 — Provides sports and recreational support for the University of Arkansas

www.uark.edu/hogs/

11 — Arkansas Arts Center Foundation of Little Rock — $34.3 — $5.4 — 0 — Curtis Finch Jr. — N/A — Arts, cultural organizations, multipurpose

www.arkarts.com

12 — George W. Donaghey Foundation? of Little Rock — $30.8 — $4.0 — 0 — French Hill — N/A — Provides funds for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock

13 — Westark College Foundation Inc. of Fort Smith — $22.7 — $3.7 — 6.5 — Carolyn Branch — N/A — Supports college activities

14 — Arkansas Community Foundation?? of Little Rock — $22.3 — $4.2 — 12 — Pat Lile — N/A — Creates, invests and manages funds established by corporations, individuals and nonprofits to fulfill the charitable intent of the donors

www.arcf.org

15 — Arkansas State University Foundation Inc. of Jonesboro — $20.7 — $5.9 — 2 — Steve Owens — N/A — Single organization support.

www.astate.edu

16 — Easter Seals Arkansas of Little Rock — $14.6 — $11.0 — 363 — Sharon Moone- — $94,615 — Provides health and human services to children and adults with disabilities and their families.

www.arkeasterseals.org

17 — Heifer Project International Inc. of Little Rock — $12.9 — $28.6 — N/A — Jo Luck — N/A — Works to alleviate hunger, poverty and environmental degradation

www.heifer.org

18 — Centers for Youth and Families Inc. of Little Rock — $11.0 — $15.8 — 359 — Doug Stadter — $107,000 — Provides a number of services for children and families.

www.youthandfamilies.org

19 — Student Loan Guarantee Foundation of Arkansas of Little Rock — $10.9 — $26.0 — 60 — Ronnie Nichoalds — N/A — Provides educational loans.

www.slgfa.org

20 — Tyson Foundation Inc.*# of Springdale — $10.4 — $3.0 — 4 — N/A — N/A — Provides scholarship programs and grants in Tyson Foods Inc. communities.

www.tysonfoundation.org

Sources: IRS Form 990, the organizations. Hospitals and private universities were not included. N/A: Not Available *From previously published reports. **Numbers are for calendar year 2000. ?Numbers are from 1998 990 form (the most recent that was available for this list). ??Numbers are for fiscal year 1999. — #Cheryl Tyson has retired as director, but her replacement has not yet been named.

 

 

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