Our Leaderboard featuring Columbus region nonprofits is a new category this year. The magazine's leaderboards feature selected business sectors each month.
The YMCA of Central Ohio tops our newest Columbus CEO Leaderboard: 2019 Central Ohio Nonprofits. The 30 organizations on the Leaderboard, which is ranked by 2018 Central Ohio revenue, range from the YMCA, with $56.5 million, to the Center for Balanced Living, at $3.3 million. The No. 2 and 3 spots on the list are occupied by Goodwill Columbus with $49.2 million in annual revenue and Buckeye Ranch with $46.6 million, respectively.
Ranked organizations range from 2,243 to 47 employees, with the average count at 294.
The oldest nonprofit on the list is St. Vincent Family Center, which has been in operation since 1875. It had annual revenue of $12 million in 2018 and 225 employees.Stay up to date with the region’s movers and shakers, top employers, philanthropic causes, real estate developments and thriving creative and startup scenes. Subscribe to Columbus CEO’s weekly newsletter.
Interested in more news about Columbus nonprofits? See how their board diversity is less than desirable, according to a United Way of Central Ohio study.
Columbus CEO is in the process of collecting information for our January Leaderboards. We will feature Central Ohio MBA programs and privately held companies. The deadline for inclusion in those surveys is Oct. 18. To be considered, contact Chloe Teasley at email@example.com or 614-461-5109.
Editor’s Note: The Columbus Urban League should have been No. 20 on the Nonprofits Leaderboard, with $7.7 million in 2018 revenue and 77 employees. Accordingly, all organizations ranked 20 and lower should have had their rankings adjusted down one spot.
View the 2019 Central Ohio Nonprofits Leaderboard.