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Nonprofit Organizations
In the Central San Joaquin Valley--ranked by estimated budget for 2020; if tied, by operational budget for 2019
2019
2018
Name of non-profit
Phone/Fax
Type of non-profit
Est. budget for 2020
Operational budget 2019
Full/Part-time Employees
Volunteers
People benefited in 2018
Services provided
Primary funding sources
Year founded locally
Person(s) in charge
1
(1)
Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC)
1920 Mariposa St., Ste. 300
Fresno
263-1000/263-1286
Community Action Agency
$135 million
$132 million
998
163
2,300
72,108
Over 35 programs including education, health, food, energy, transportation, employment training, youth and senior services
US Department of Health and Human Services, US Department of Agriculture, Central Valley Regional Center, State of California – Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)
1965
Brian Angus(1), Emilia Reyes, CEOs
2
(2)
Valley Health Team, Inc.
21890 W. Colorado Ave.
San Joaquin
693-2462/693-3005
Federally-qualified health center
$40 million
$39 million
244
5
WND
28,213
Comprehensive quality primary health care, family practice, pediatrics, women's services, dental, vision, behavioral health, labs and xray
Federal, state, local grants, medical, medicare, private insurance and foundations.
1973
Soyla A. Reyna Griffin, CEO
3
(13)
Central Valley Community Foundation
5260 N. Palm Ave., Ste. 122
Fresno
226-5600/230-2078
Public charity
$20 million
$2 million
15
1
1
521 grant & scholarship recipients
Makes grants to organizations/projects, assists donors in philanthropy, seeks outside investment in regional transformation.
Philanthropists
1966
Ashley Swearengin, president/CEO
4
(4)
Hinds Hospice
2490 W. Shaw Ave.
Fresno
320-0308/226-1130
501(c)3
$19 million
$19 million
159
WND
350
WND
Hospice care in the Hospice Home or outpatient setting, pediatric hospice care, Center for Grief & Healing, Angel Babies program, thrift stores
Medicare, private health plan reimbursement, donations & event proceeds
1981
Eric Klimes, CEO
5
(5)
Palm Village Retirement Community
703 W. Herbert Ave.
Reedley
638-6933/638-8463
501(c)3
$16 million
$15 million
155
76
75
523
Continuing care retirement community, licensed independent living, assisted living, sub acute rehabilitation, memory care, skilled nursing
Private sources, insurance, HMO, Medicare, Medi-Cal, donations
1942
David Reimer, president/CEO

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