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Star Tribune Nonprofit 100

The Star Tribune nonprofit 100 is a measure of the largest nonprofit organizations in Minnesota ranked by revenue. Data presented also includes the company's total expenses for the year, the excess of revenues over expenses, contributions, gifts, and grants as a percentage of total revenue and the total compensation of the organization's top executive.

Certain nonprofits, charities and charitable trusts registered with the state must file IRS Form 990 with the Minnesota attorney general's office each year. Most of the financial information for organizations on our list was taken from their 2014 Form 990s or from audited financial statements.

The Star Tribune's list includes the top officer and that person's total compensation, including salary, bonus and incentive compensation, other reportable compensation, contributions to retirement and other deferred compensation plans, and the value of nontaxable benefits.

Some nonprofits, hurt by the recession, are now expanding

Recent expansions are evidence of a turn in fortunes for successful small nonprofits that bit the bullet during the Great Recession and the lean years following when donations dipped. More...

Saturday December 19, 2015

Getting a nonprofit off the ground can be tricky

Leading a small nonprofit out of its development stage looks to be as much of a challenge as that faced by an entrepreneur trying to launch a company. The big difference, of course, is that when the nonprofit finally blossoms there won’t be big financial rewards for the boss. More...

Saturday December 19, 2015

Nonprofit 100: By the numbers

Percent change in revenue and expenses, year over yearContributions from gifts and grants as a percent of revenueMedian total compensationDollars... More...

Saturday December 19, 2015


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