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BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY

EIN: 94-1156365

MIP Score

81

Mission

One of the world's leading research and teaching institutions. Accelerating climate solutions through the new @StanfordDoerr School of Sustainability.

Address

485 Broadway Mail Code 8838 Redwood City, CA - 94063

Established

1885

Twitter Followers

966.1K

Tax-Deductible?

Yes

Total Assets

60.5 billion

Broad Category

Education

Specific Category

Universities

Score Breakdown

MIP Score

The MIP Score is an aggregate score composed of five categories which we believe best standardizes and represents a nonprofit's ability to make an impact. Please note there are no nonprofits with a perfect MIP score.

Each individual component of the MIP Score is compared and quantiled against those of all other nonprofits in order to create the final scores you see below.

Financial Strength

This score represents a nonprofit's ability to stay financially strong in order to have long-term impact. Nonprofits with stronger financials and better cash management will have stronger scores.

90 /100
    Score
  • Program Expense Ratio
    88.01%
    20/20

    Program Expense Ratio

    Measures the ratio of spending on program-related expenses relative to all expenses (including executive salary, fundraising, etc.). You could think of it as the percentage of your donation that would go directly to the nonprofit’s mission.

    Average value across nonprofits

    86.31%

  • Program Revenue Growth
    7.49%
    16/20

    Program Revenue Growth

    This shows the year-over-year growth in the revenue gained from program services (related to the charity’s mission).

    Average value across nonprofits

    5.00%

  • Leverage Ratio
    0.1697
    16/20

    Leverage Ratio

    This is calculated as the charity's total liabilities over its assets. If a charity has a ratio of more than one, it has taken on significant debt over its assets.

    Average value across nonprofits

    0.1471

  • Working Capital Ratio
    5.963
    18/20

    Working Capital Ratio

    This is calculated as the charity’s net assets over its most recent total expenses. This indicates how long the nonprofit could last if it stopped receiving funding.

    Average value across nonprofits

    0.9007

  • Fundraising Efficiency
    0.03053
    20/20

    Fundraising Efficiency

    This is calculated as the charity’s revenue gained from fundraising over the charity’s total expense to gain said fundraising. If this ratio is more than one, the charity lost money while fundraising.

    Average value across nonprofits

    1.099

Dollar Impact

This score tries to represent how much each nonprofit will benefit from and make use of each dollar donated.

62 /100
    Score
  • $100 as a percent of Total Revenue
    0.00%
    12/20

    $100 as a percent of Total Revenue

    This is how much $100 represents as a percent of the charity's total revenue. The higher this is, the more likely the charity will benefit from the extra donation.

    Average value across nonprofits

    1.78%

  • $100 as a percent of Total Fundraising
    0.33%
    14/20

    $100 as a percent of Total Fundraising

    This is how much $100 represents as a percent of the charity's total revenue from fundraising. This is the portion the charity directly raises from the public. The higher this is, the more likely the charity will benefit from the extra donation.

    Average value across nonprofits

    14.93%

  • $100 as a percent of non-government funding
    0.00%
    10/20

    $100 as a percent of non-government funding

    This is how much $100 represents as a percent of the charity's total revenue from non-government sources. The higher this is, the more likely the charity will benefit from the extra donation from the public.

    Average value across nonprofits

    4.01%

  • Dollar Impact on Program Expenses
    0.00%
    8/20

    Dollar Impact on Program Expenses

    This is how much $100 represents as a proportion of the charity’s program expenses. You can think of this as the value of $100 relative to the money the charity spends pursuing its core mission.

    Average value across nonprofits

    2.26%

  • Program Expense Growth Less Revenue Growth
    13.02%
    18/20

    Program Expense Growth Less Revenue Growth

    This is calculated as the growth in program expenses minus the revenue growth. If this number is positive, then the charity is actively contributing more to its core mission as it receives more money as revenue.

    Average value across nonprofits

    7.25%

Reputation

Although we'd like charities to be able to act quickly, the best established charities are often the most trustworthy. This score represents a nonprofit's reputation and inherit trust.

90 /100
    Score
  • Nonprofit Tenure
    137 yrs
    30/30

    Nonprofit Tenure

    This is how long the particular nonprofit has been around since its incorporation. Nonprofits with longer nonprofit tenure are more likely to be established with significant reputations.

    Average value across nonprofits

    24 yrs

  • Total Net Assets
    38.5 billion
    30/30

    Total Net Assets

    This is the dollar value of all assets this nonprofit currently has. The higher the value of assets, the richer and more established a nonprofit likely is.

    Average value across nonprofits

    541K

  • Number of governing members
    33
    10/10

    Number of governing members

    This is how many members the nonprofit currently has on its governing board. Larger and more established nonprofits tend to have more members on their governing boards.

    Average value across nonprofits

    9

  • Active Size
    50.56 thousand
    10/10

    Active Size

    This is the sum of the number of volunteers and employees a nonprofit has. Larger and more established nonprofits tend to have more members volunteering and working for them.

    Average value across nonprofits

    4

  • Has public website

    Yes

    10/10

    Has public website

    Self-explanatory. The nonprofit has a website that the public can access.

    How many nonprofits have this

    71.19%

Management

This score represents a nonprofit's or charities management. We value management that is transparent, elected, and whose members are paid fairly without detracting from the nonprofits' mission.

86 /100
    Score
  • CEO Compensation Policy

    Yes

    10/10

    CEO Compensation Policy

    This checks whether a charity has a formal and approved compensation policy for its principal officer. Charities without a formal policy can change their CEO compensation more easily.

    How many nonprofits have this

    44.88%

  • Majority Independent Votes

    Yes

    10/10

    Majority Independent Votes

    This checks that the number of independent voting members is greater than half the total of voting members; that is, nonaffiliated members comprise more than half the voting board. This is useful to ensure the nonprofit remains unbiased.

    How many nonprofits have this

    87.86%

  • Elects Board Members

    No

    0/10

    Elects Board Members

    This represents whether the nonprofit enforces the election of board members. Nonprofits with elected board members are more likely to be unbiased.

    How many nonprofits have this

    16.19%

  • CEO Compensation Multiplier
    17.02
    6/10

    CEO Compensation Multiplier

    This is calculated by dividing the CEO’s salary by the estimated average salary of the nonprofit’s employees. A larger multiplier indicates that the nonprofit pays its’ CEO more favorably than its employees.

    Average value across nonprofits

    8.612

  • CEO Salary as a % of Expenses
    0.03%
    20/20

    CEO Salary as a % of Expenses

    This is calculated as the principal officer's salary divided by the total expenses of the nonprofit. The higher this is, the more a nonprofit spends on its CEO salary over other mission-related expenses.

    Average value across nonprofits

    6.21%

  • Management Compensation as a % of Expenses
    0.20%
    20/20

    Management Compensation as a % of Expenses

    This is calculated as the sum of management’s salary divided by the total expenses of the nonprofit. The higher this is, the more a nonprofit spends on its management over other mission-related expenses.

    Average value across nonprofits

    8.17%

  • Top 10 Salaries as a % of Expenses
    0.44%
    20/20

    Top 10 Salaries as a % of Expenses

    This is calculated as the sum of the 10 highest salaries divided by the total expenses of the nonprofit. The higher this is, the more a nonprofit spends on a few core members over other mission-related expenses.

    Average value across nonprofits

    10.21%

Transparency

This score represents how transaparent a nonprofit is within it's financial statements and through its policies.

74 /100
    Score
  • No Material Diversion or Misuse Of Assets

    Yes

    10/10

    No Material Diversion or Misuse Of Assets

    This represents if a given nonprofit has any unauthorized conversion or use of the organization’s assets other than for the nonprofit’s authorized use. This can include embezzlement or theft.

    How many nonprofits have this

    99.93%

  • No Loans to Related Parties

    No

    0/10
  • Has Audit Committee

    Yes

    8/8

    Has Audit Committee

    This represents if a given nonprofit has a dedicated internal audit committee to ensure the integrity and compliance of a given nonprofit.

    How many nonprofits have this

    45.62%

  • Takes Board Meeting Minutes

    Yes

    8/8

    Takes Board Meeting Minutes

    This represents if a given nonprofit documents board meeting minutes to ensure full transparency and record retention of the nonprofit’s process.

    How many nonprofits have this

    94.64%

  • Takes Committee Meeting Minutes

    Yes

    8/8

    Takes Committee Meeting Minutes

    This represents if a given nonprofit documents committee meeting minutes to ensure full transparency and record retention of the nonprofit’s process.

    How many nonprofits have this

    85.52%

  • Is Accountant Reviewed

    No

    0/8

    Is Accountant Reviewed

    This represents if the nonprofit has had an accountant compile or review its financial statements.

    How many nonprofits have this

    11.09%

  • Distributes the 990 to Board

    Yes

    8/8

    Distributes the 990 to Board

    This represents if the nonprofit distributes a copy of the 990 to its board before filing. This is considered good as it allows the board to review the filing before it becomes publicly available

    How many nonprofits have this

    72.77%

  • Has Audited Statements

    Yes

    8/8

    Has Audited Statements

    This represents if the nonprofit has its financials audited and validated by an independent party. This ensures that the financial statements provide accurate information.

    How many nonprofits have this

    45.70%

  • Has Official Conflict of Interest Policy

    Yes

    8/8

    Has Official Conflict of Interest Policy

    This represents if the nonprofit has an official conflict of interest policy documented. Not having such a policy can lead to conflicts of interest where private interests may go above the interests of the nonprofit.

    How many nonprofits have this

    68.68%

  • Has Whistleblower Policy

    Yes

    8/8

    Has Whistleblower Policy

    This represents if the nonprofit has an official whistleblower policy documented. A whistleblower policy shows the nonprofit has a way for employees to report any general or financial mismanagement without repercussion.

    How many nonprofits have this

    49.24%

  • Has Written Procedures Policy

    No

    0/8

    Has Written Procedures Policy

    This represents if the nonprofit has a written procedures policy. This provides a reference for staff, volunteers, and the board to ensure that the nonprofit operates honestly and effectively.

    How many nonprofits have this

    1.21%

  • Has Document Retention Policy

    Yes

    8/8

    Has Document Retention Policy

    This represents if the nonprofit has a written record retention policy for archiving documents. Ensuring good historical document archives ensures the nonprofit’s historical data is accurate and useful to the public.

    How many nonprofits have this

    52.24%

Revenue Breakdown

This is a breakdown of the companies revenue.

Category Amount Percent
Contributions, Gifts, and Grants 2.25 billion 32.94%
Federated Campaigns 0 0.00%
Membership Dues 0 0.00%
Fundraising 3.153 million 0.14%
Government Grants 1.305 billion 58.02%
Related Organizations 0 0.00%
Other 941.4 million 41.84%
Program Services 2.987 billion 43.74%
Investment Income 248.8 million 3.64%
Sales of Non-Inventory Assets 1.166 billion 17.07%
Other Notable Sources 175.7 million 2.57%
Royalty Revenue 9.877 million 5.62%
Rental Income 164.4 million 93.56%
Income from Gaming 0 0.00%
Bond Proceeds 1.596 million 0.91%
Fundraising Events (Non CCG) -152 thousand -0.09%
Other 0 0.00%
Total Revenue 6.829 billion 100.00%

Expenses Breakdown

This is a breakdown of the companies revenue.

Expenses by Functional Area

Category Amount Percent
Program Services 5.682 billion 88.01%
Management and Administrative 670.6 million 10.39%
Fundraising 103.3 million 1.60%
Total Expenses 6.456 billion 100.00%

Expenses by Specific Category

Category Amount Percent
Salary and Other Compensation 550.5 million 8.53%
Grants Paid 0 0.00%
Benefits Paid Members 3.768 billion 58.37%
Fundraising Fees 144.8 thousand 0.00%
Fundraising Expenses 103.3 million 1.60%
Other Expenses 2.137 billion 33.10%
Total Expenses 6.456 billion 100.00%

Employees by Salary

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DUKE UNIVERSITY

EIN: 56-0532129

To provide a superior liberal education, to prepare future members of learned professions, to advance the frontiers of knowledge, and to help those who suffer, cure disease, and promote health

Specialization

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

EIN: 13-5562308

Nyu is a private university with approximately 60,000 students in 20 schools and institutes.

Specialization

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WILLIAM MARSH RICE UNIVERSITY

EIN: 74-1109620

Research and education.

Specialization

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UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME DU LAC

EIN: 35-0868188

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Specialization

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

EIN: 43-0653611

The washington university is a co-educational, nondenominational university with a long and distinguished history of teaching, research and community service. its schools and colleges contd on schedule o

Specialization

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GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

EIN: 53-0196584

Education and research

Specialization

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TRUSTEES OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

EIN: 21-0634501

Princeton university is a private not-for-profit, nonsectarian institution of higher learning and a world-renowned research institution.

Net Assets

27.52 billion

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HOWARD HUGHES MEDICAL INSTITUTE

EIN: 59-0735717

The howard hughes medical institute is a philanthropy that serves society through the direct conduct of biomedical research and support for programs in science education.

Net Assets

20.14 billion

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KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS

EIN: 94-1105628

To provide high-quality, affordable health care services to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.

Net Assets

29.87 billion

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PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE

EIN: 04-2103580

Undergraduate, graduate, and professional education and research across a broad array of academic domains.

Net Assets

47.65 billion

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FIDELITY INVESTMENTS CHARITABLE GIFT FUND

EIN: 11-0303001

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Net Assets

30.98 billion

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FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER

EIN: 23-7156071

The elimination of cancer and related diseases as causes of human suffering and death.

MIP Score

79

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MAINE VETERANS HOME

EIN: 01-0376832

Maine veterans' homes provides skilled nursing and rehabilitation, long term care, memory care, pharmacy support and consultation, and assisted living services for veterans and eligible family members at six facilities across maine.

MIP Score

80

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ROCKPORT MUSIC INC

EIN: 22-2479696

Present musical and other artistic performances; foster appreciation of and accessibility to music and other performing arts through school and community education programs

MIP Score

78

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VETERANS MULTI-SERVICE CENTER INC

EIN: 23-2764079

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MIP Score

78

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ATLANTA RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES INC

EIN: 58-1295754

To nuture the health and well-being of children and families by providing temporary housing, meals, transportation to families of sick and injured children through two ronald mcdonald houses, ronald mcdonald care mobile, ronald mcdonald family room and providing renewable scholarships to college students.

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81

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PROJECT HARMONY-HAVEN FOR ABUSE RESPONSE MEMBERS SERVING OUR

EIN: 47-0789054

To protect and support children, collaborate with professionals and engage the community to end child abuse and neglect.

MIP Score

80