Nonprofits - Boulder Valley
Ranked by operating budget.
Rank
Company
Operating Budget 2019
Operating Budget 2018
No. of local employees (FTE)
No. of volunteers
Services
Phone
Website
Person in charge
Title
Year founded
11
Boulder JCC
6007 Oreg Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303
$5,500,000
$5,100,000
80
21
The Boulder JCC is home to a preschool and day camp, as well as baby, toddler, youth, family, teen, young adult, adult, arts and culture, and community programs.
303-998-1900
www.boulderjcc.org
Jonathan Lev
executive director
1984
12
Emergency Family Assistance Association
1575 Yarmouth Ave.
Boulder, CO 80304
$5,178,259
$5,321,257
29
720
EFAA provides food, financial assistance, and housing for families, seniors, and people with disabilities in Boulder County.
303-442-3042
www.efaa.org
Julie Van Domelen
executive director
1918
13
"I Have A Dream" Foundation of Boulder County
5390 Manhattan Circle, Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80303
$4,058,000
$3,800,000
38
700
Empowering children from low-income communities to succeed in school, college, and career by providing academic, social and emotional support from elementary school through college.
303-444-3636
www.bouldercounty.ihdf.org
Lori Canova; Perla Delgado
president/CEO; CEO and executive director
1990
14
Longmont Humane Society
9595 Nelson Road
Longmont, CO 80501
$3,837,311
$3,634,943
48
850
Dedicated to the health and welfare of all animals, providing temporary shelter and adoption services to more than 4,200 dogs, cats and small mammals.
303-772-1232
www.longmonthumane.org
Liz Smokowski
CEO
1972
15
Friends School Preschool, Elementary, Middle School
5465 Pennsylvania Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303
$3,416,304
$3,409,368
42
10
Educating children from preschool through 8th grade since 1987.
303-499-1999
www.FriendsSchoolBoulder.org
Honor Taft
head of school
1987
16
Community Food Share
650 S. Taylor Ave.
Louisville, CO 80027
$3,407,600
$3,297,978
33
6,600
Community Food Share is a food bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties by providing access to fresh, nutritious food through local partners and its onsite and mobile pantries.
303-652-3663
www.communityfoodshare.org
Kimberly Da Silva
executive director
1981
17
Pacific Institute
2260 Baseline Road, Suite 101
Boulder, CO 80302
$3,200,000
N/A
1
0
Water research and policy recommendations, including Colorado River issues.
720-564-0651
www.pacinst.org
Jason Morrison; Kevin Cuevas
president; office manager
1987
18
Resource Central
2639 Spruce St.
Boulder, CO 80302
$2,900,000
$2,700,000
30
379
Innovative programs to help people save water, conserve energy and reduce waste.
303-999-3820
www.resourcecentral.org
Neal Lurie
president
1976
19
Dental Aid
877 E. South Boulder Road
Louisville, CO 80027
$2,900,000
$3,400,000
36
10
Comprehensive oral-health-care services to the underserved, underinsured and uninsured people of Boulder and Broomfield counties; however, people may seek our services from anywhere in Colorado.
303-665-8228
www.dentalaid.org
Darby Barfield; Tasia Maxwell
lead dentist; executive director
1974
20
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
4869 N. Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304
$2,800,000
$2,500,000
45
1,000
Provides supportive and safe overnight shelter for up to 160 adults experiencing homelessness in our community with an emphasis on identifying a stable housing solution for each individual.
303-442-4646
www.bouldershelter.org
Tiffany Stamas
director of development
1982