I was just looking for the figures! - the fact is that Wikimedia is cash rich, Wikipedia however is drip fed from the foundation, it relies on 'useful idiots' to do the bulk of the work, pays a few gangmasters to keep order and does a bit of hand wringing every December - very socialist, just like their dear leader, Jimmy Wales.The first half of this sentence is not true, although the second half is.
Net assets 2018-2019: $165,641,425
Yes, that's 165 million dollars. The Wikimedia Foundation has been taking in 10-20 million more than it spends every year for years.
Personally I've always had a sceptical eye for Wikipedia 'facts', maybe I warned myself off in the wild early days of its existence where factual content and references (hate the word citation, reminds me of 70's american cop tv shows!) were optional and variable. I do agree that it can be a valuable resource - again though, it requires someone to have enough impetus asnd interest to create the content in the first place and be honest and factual enough about the subject to not present it with any undue bias - one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter...