United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #10
UN Sustainable Development Goal #10
UN SDG #10
Reduced Inequality

UN SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities - Social Funding in the US

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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 10, Reduced Inequalities, aims to reduce inequality within and among countries. This includes reducing income inequality, promoting universal social, political, and economic inclusion, and ensuring equal opportunity for things like housing and employment. In 2020 67,448 employment-related discrimination charges were filed by US workers and jobseekers related to retaliation, disability, race, age, and more.

Explore our companion Interactive report to learn more about Reduced Inequalities in the US and view critical indicators such as discrimination, equal employment opportunity, income inequality, and the 28,315 organizations working on related issues.

Nonprofit organizations working on mitigating issues related to Reduced Inequalities in the US report annual incomes of $100B. Explore details below and interact with the charts to create a customized view.

28,301 28K
Nonprofit Organizations
$100B
Annual Income
50%
Income from Sales
Annual Income
Organizations
278 278
Avg Annual Income
$119M
Avg Annual IT Spending
$1M
Avg Net Assets
$80M
Annual Income
Organizations
1,532 2K
Avg Annual Income
$20M
Avg Annual IT Spending
$221K
Avg Net Assets
$18M
Annual Income
Organizations
6,966 7K
Avg Annual Income
$3M
Avg Annual IT Spending
$44K
Avg Net Assets
$4M
Annual Income
Organizations
19,525 20K
Avg Annual Income
$232K
Avg Annual IT Spending
$4K
Avg Net Assets
$387K
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Sources:

Forms filed with the Internal Revenue Service – IRS (990, 990PF, and 990EZ).

Notes:

UN SDG Classification: Results on this page are classified based on the 231 indicators from the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) system.

Income from Sales, as disclosed in the IRS filings, represents what percentage of the total annual income is a result of selling product or services

Annual Software Spending is based on a proprietary algorithm from X4Impact that takes into account data disclosed in 990 and 990PF IRS filings, quarterly surveys conducted by X4Impact, and market intelligence from Giving Tech Labs and Microsoft Tech for Social Impact.

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