Search results for ‘The Funding exchange’


  • Non-profit

    The Funding Exchange

    The Funding Exchange was a left-of-center grant making membership organization that funded community activist-led organizations. The national organization also administered donor-advised funds and had its own grant making program, which eventually led to concerns about the national organization competing with its own local member foundations and contributed to the decision
  • For-profit

    Democratic Data Exchange (DDx)

    Democratic Data Exchange (DDx) is a for-profit entity that enables state Democratic parties, Democratic-aligned campaigns, liberal super PACs, and other left-of-center independent groups that are forbidden to coordinate with each other to share information on individual voters.
  • Other Group

    Community Justice Exchange

    Community Justice Exchange is a radical-left organization that works on criminal-justice related issues. Among the goals of the organization is the abolition of prisons and other forms of incarceration. It also seeks the abolition of policing and any form of legal supervision. It is a fiscally sponsored project of the
  • Other Group

    China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF)

    China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) seeks to build relations between the United States and China. 1 It is funded by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as part of its United Front
  • Non-profit

    American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)

    The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a right-of-center nonprofit think tank that also functions as the nation’s largest voluntary membership association for state legislators. It also offers membership to private sector companies and think tanks. The group authors a variety of publications and utilizes member task forces to adopt
  • Non-profit

    Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network

    Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN) is a left-of-center environmental and economic policy advocacy organization. LiKEN is a self-described “link-tank” that works to connect communities and local-level organizations with non-profit groups and government agencies to influence public policy.
  • Other Group

    Stop Funding Hate

    Stop Funding Hate is an online campaign to discourage companies from advertising in populist-conservative-leaning media outlets, mostly in the United Kingdom. Stop Funding Hate launches social media campaigns against targeted companies, accusing them of facilitating the promotion of “hate,” particularly against immigrants and Muslims. The group has compiled an Ethical
  • Other Group

    Deadly Exchange

    Deadly Exchange (DX) is a project of the left-of-center organization Jewish Voice For Peace (JVP) which seeks to end counter-terrorism training exchanges offered by the Israeli military to U.S. law enforcement officers. DX alleges that “racist, militarized” practices have increased among U.S. police as a result of the training
  • Non-profit

    State Innovation Exchange (SIX)

    The State Innovation Exchange (SiX) was founded in late 2014 to promote the progressive agenda at the state level amid substantial losses for progressives in state legislative elections. A merger of several progressive organizations, including the American Legislative Issue Campaign Exchange (ALICE), the Progressive States Network (PSN) and its affiliated
  • Non-profit

    Biodiversity Funders Group (BFG)

    Biodiversity Funders Group (BFG) is a professional association of philanthropic trustees and private foundation leaders who fund environmentalist causes related to climate change and conservationism. It serves as a donor network for more than 70 formal member organizations. BFG was founded as Consultative Group on Biological Diversity (CGBD) in 1987
  • Non-profit

    Circle for Justice Innovations (CJI)

    The Circle for Justice Innovations (CJI) is a center-left criminal justice advocacy group. CJI was started as a project of the The Funding Exchange, 1 but has been under the fiscal sponsorship of the
  • 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
  • Non-profit

    Resource Generation

    Resource Generation (RG) is a left-of-center organization which organizes and encourages wealthy young people to “devote a portion of their financial assets to left-of-center causes.”
  • Non-profit

    Palestinian American Research Center (PARC)

    The Palestinian American Research Center (PARC) is a left-of-center think tank that promotes the exchange of research between Palestinian and American scholars and operates a variety of programs promoting Palestine. As an educational group that aims to teach students and professors about Palestine, many of the group’s affiliated scholars include
  • Other Group

    Cities for Action (C4A)

    Cities for Action (C4A) is a nationwide coalition of 189 mayors and county executives dedicated to advancing left-of-center immigration policies at all levels of government. 1 It is coordinated by a steering committee
  • Other Group

    Alyssa Rodriguez Center (ARC) for Gender Justice

    The Alyssa Rodriguez Center (ARC) for Gender Justice is a non-profit that advocates for left-of-center policies regarding transgender issues, particularly those related to housing and incarceration assignments. It operates in New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.
  • Non-profit

    Blue Heart Action

    Blue Heart Action is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that solicits small-dollar donations and reimburses them to local groups in the San Francisco, California, and Seattle, Washington, metropolitan areas. 1 It is a fiscally
  • For-profit

    Holtzbrinck Publishing Group

    The Holtzbrinck Publishing Group is a German holding company with broad interests in science and education publishing. The group owns more than 400 companies and is a majority owner of Springer Nature, the publisher of Scientific American and Nature.
  • Non-profit

    San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF)

    San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) is one of the largest and oldest community-based AIDS service organizations in the United States, formed in 1982 at the beginning of the AIDS epidemic.
  • Other Group

    Partnership for Large Election Jurisdictions (PLEJ)

    Partnership for Large Election Jurisdictions (PLEJ) is a membership-based coalition open to election officials and administrators representing jurisdictions that have a population greater than 300,000 or that are one of the three largest jurisdictions in their state.