Nonprofit

The Center For Anti-Violence Education Inc

Brooklyn, NY, US • https://www.caeny.org

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Mission

The Center for Anti-Violence Education, Inc.'s purpose is to work as a catalytic force to effect changes in the lives of women, LGBT people, teen women, children and others especially affected by violence in order to create a peaceful, just and equitable world.

Communities Served

Not Available

Service Range

National

Founded

1977

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11-2444676

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$761,472

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$858,078

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$325,661

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Brooklyn Community Foundation

Financials sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)

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Communities Served

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Service Range

National

Founded

1977

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EIN:
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Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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11-2444676

Total Revenue

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$761,472

Total Expenses

EIN:
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Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$858,078

Net Assets

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$325,661

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EIN:
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Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
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We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

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Brooklyn Community Foundation

Financials sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)

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