Search results for ‘Akonadi Foundation’


  • Non-profit

    Akonadi Foundation

    Akonadi Foundation is a left-leaning racial equality and illegal immigration advocacy organization based in Oakland, California. The Akonadi Foundation was one of the original donors to fund the creation of the California Black Freedom Fund (CBFF) at the end of 2020. The CBFF is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that
  • Non-profit

    California Black Freedom Fund

    The California Black Freedom Fund (CBFF) is a left-of-center grantmaking initiative that plans to spend $100 million over 5 years to address alleged systemic racism against African Americans in California.  Formally announced in 2021, initial donors to the Fund include JPMorgan Chase, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the California
  • Non-profit

    Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity

    Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE) is a project of the left-of-center Tides Foundation that is focused on promoting so-called “intersectional” social and racial ideologies by educating philanthropic organizations on giving to advance left-of-center racial policies. [18] Founding and History The Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equality was
  • Non-profit

    PICO California

    PICO California is a left-of-center advocacy coalition comprised of local religious groups in California that advocates for left-of-center policies on racial policy, economic issues, and education. In July of 2020, the Sandler Foundation announced that it would be donating $200 million to so-called “racial justice” organizations in response to
  • Non-profit

    Californians for Justice Education Fund

    Californians for Justice Education Fund, also known as Californians for Justice (CFJ), is a left-of-center advocacy group focusing on inter-ethnic educational disparities. It has received thousands of dollars in donations from various left-of-center and liberal groups, lobbies and advocates at the state level. [52] The organization has advocated
  • Non-profit

    Hope and Heal Fund

    The Hope and Heal Fund is a gun control advocacy group created and controlled by the left-of-center New Venture Fund, a funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit administered by the philanthropy consulting firm Arabella Advisors. [80] HHF makes grants to organizations that push gun-control issues, with a
  • Political Party/527

    Color of Change PAC

    Color of Change PAC is a political action committee closely associated with Color of Change, a left-of-center lobbying group focusing on racial issues and racial-aligned advocacy, and its associated charitable arm Color of Change Education Fund. The organization and its “Voting While Black” mobilization project have endorsed a number of
  • Other Group

    Funders for Justice

    Funders for Justice (FFJ) is an online networking platform for left-of-center donors that focuses on race- and sex-based identity politics and reforming police conduct toward minority suspects and civilians.[98] It developed in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and served as an organizer for donations.[99]
  • Non-profit

    Four Freedoms Fund

    The Four Freedoms Fund is a donor collaborative of NEO Philanthropy, a left-of-center pass-through nonprofit. The Fund primarily focuses on pushing a left-of-center immigration policies, including “legalization of undocumented immigrants” through a path to citizenship and comprehensive immigration reform legislation. The Fund is critical of what it calls “anti-immigrant
  • Non-profit

    Movement Strategy Center

    The Movement Strategy Center (MSC) is a left-wing 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Oakland, California, which provides support and funding to other left-wing organizations. It tends to work with many groups that identify as socialist. History The MSC started in 2001 and obtained its tax-exempt status from the IRS in 2004.
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    ReThink Media

    ReThink Media, founded in 2008, is a combination public relations firm, advocacy organization, and pass-through funding entity for left-of-center organizations. It uses messaging techniques through all forms of media to promote the left-of-center framing of issues related to national security, ethnic and religious minority interests, and left-of-center electoral legislation. ReThink
  • Political Party/527

    Emerge America

    Emerge America (EA) is a left-of-center candidate training organization that vets and prepares female Democrats who aspire to run for local, state, and federal offices. The organization conducts training to prepare and assist female candidates who choose to run within two to three years of the training.  The group was
  • Non-profit

    California Calls Education Fund

    California Calls is a left-of-center nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California, which advocates for state-wide tax increases and runs voter outreach campaigns to that end. Notable pieces of legislation facilitated by the group include Proposition 25, a 2010 measure that overturned a supermajority requirement to pass a state
  • Other Group

    CultureStrike

    CultureStrike is a left-of-center arts-based advocacy project of Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund.[249] CultureStrike describes itself as a network led by “migrant artists” that seeks to disrupt the art world, which they claim is dominated by white men.[250] It describes artwork as “cultural strategies” designed
  • Person

    Wayne Jordan

    Wayne Jordan is an Oakland-area real estate investor, Democratic political activist, and co-founder of Akonadi Foundation.
  • Person

    Quinn Delaney

    Quinn Delaney is a left-wing activist from California who co-founded and was formerly president of Akonadi Foundation.
  • Non-profit

    Rock the Vote

    Rock the Vote is a left-progressive-aligned organization in the United States whose stated mission is to engage and “build the political power of young people.” The group claims to be nonpartisan,[263] but has produced videos throughout the years using celebrities who largely endorse a left-of-center agenda, including abortion
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    Proteus Fund

    The Proteus Fund is a center-left “pass-through” funder and donor-advised fund provider. Since the Fund’s creation in 1995, Proteus has routed hundreds of millions of dollars from major grantmaking foundations and anonymous donors on the Left to activist groups targeting issues including legalizing same-sex marriage, reducing religious freedom to dissent