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Largest not-for-profit organizations in the Hartford region

(Ranked by assets, FY 2013)

RankCompanyAssets/Type of nonprofit
1Hartford Hospital (1), Hartford$1,295,534,541/Hospital
2Wesleyan University, Middletown$1,104,160,000/University
3Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (2), Hartford$922,682,005/Community foundation
4Trinity College, Hartford$834,462,497/College
5St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and subsidiaries (3), Hartford$821,273,000/Hospital

Sources: Guidestar, a 501(3)c that collects and presents 990 forms for IRS-registered nonprofits and individual organizations./Compiled by Heide Martin.
(1) Part of Hartford Healthcare system.
(2) Data from 2013 Annual Report.
(3) Data from consolidated financial statements and supplementary information for years ended September 30, 2013.


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