Search results for ‘Trust for Public Land’


  • Non-profit

    Trust for Public Land

    The Trust for Public Land is a US nonprofit organization that facilitates and funds the creation of parks and protected lands. The organization originally differentiated itself from other environmental organizations and land trusts with a particular emphasis on human community benefits as opposed to wildlife, ecosystem, or agricultural landscape preservation.
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    National Trust for Local News (NTLN)

    The National Trust for Local News (NTLN) is a Colorado-based nonprofit organization that supports local newspapers and news outlets. 1 The National Trust for Local News was founded in 2021. It later acquired 24 newspapers, websites, and
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    Public Rights Project (PRP)

    The Public Rights Project (PRP) is an activist group that attempts to embed left-of-center attorneys in local public law offices to pursue litigation using what PRP calls “affirmative litigation” to advance left-of-center policy goals.
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    Election Trust Initiative (ETI)

    The Election Trust Initiative (ETI) is a grantmaking project of the Pew Charitable Trusts that donates to organizations that support election administration in the United States. Its founding partners are the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Klarman Family Foundation, and the Peter J. Peterson Foundation,
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    Inland Empire Community Foundation

    The Inland Empire Community Foundation is a community foundation located in Riverside, California, that funds organizations and programs in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. The Foundation operates donor-advised funds on behalf of donors in the area as well as a special funds focused on Latinos, women, education, journalism,
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    Cowles Charitable Trust

    The Cowles Charitable Trust is a left-of-center grantmaking foundation based in Staten Island, New York founded by Gardner “Mike” Cowles, Jr., a co-owner of the Cowles Media Company. Background The Cowles Charitable Trust was established in 1948 by Gardner “Mike” Cowles, Jr., a newspaper editor, publisher, and co-owner of the
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    Freshwater Trust

    The Freshwater Trust is an environmentalist group based in Portland, Oregon that often receives funding from grants and contracts with state and federal government agencies in connection with its regional conservation efforts. Background In 1983, the predecessor organization to the Freshwater Trust, Oregon Trout, was formed as a wild fish
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    Wetlands International

    Wetlands International is an environmental organization with a focus on fresh water supplies, shoreline protection, and fishing activities. Founded in 1937 and originally known as the International Wildfowl Inquiry, the organization changed its name in 1954 to the International Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Bureau (IWRB). Wetlands International was formed from
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    Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF)

    The Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) is a left-of-center environmental activist organization that seeks to expand the United States’ National Conservation Lands 1 and operates the Stop Willow Campaign, which opposes the development of the National
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    First Republic Foundation

    First Republic Foundation was the philanthropic arm of First Republic Bank. Investments to the organization are made through JP Morgan Chase. First Republic Foundation previously funded political groups such as Dorrance Dance, the radical-left tap dance collective that performed at the Biden White House for the Christmas season
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    Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

    The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland is a law firm that provides legal education and legal representation to low-income individuals in Cleveland. The group focuses on education, health care, and housing. It provides legal assistance to people facing eviction, reduces or removes requirements for employment, and threatens legal action against
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    Public Counsel

    Public Counsel is a left-of-center law firm that focuses on civil rights and immigration-related services under critical race theory-influenced concepts of racial justice and economic justice. The organization uses a pro bono model based to assist its clients and advance policy advocacy priorities.
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    Theodore Luce Charitable Trust

    The Theodore Luce Charitable Trust is a nonexempt charitable trust which allocates its philanthropic contributions to youth organizations located in New York City. Founder Theodore Luce was a 1920’s and Depression-era investment banker, automobile dealer, and New York City landlord. His early career was spent as a financier and director
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    Sogorea Te’ Land Trust

    Sogorea Te’ Land Trust is an Indigenous women-led organization focused on taking what it claims to be “stolen” Indigenous lands in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is working to obtain parcels of land in the Bay Area that can be used by the Ohlone tribes for communal use.
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    Movements Trust

    Movements Trust is a United Kingdom-based charity that makes grants and provides support to organizations that engage in left-leaning environmental policies and activism, particularly climate change activism. Activities and Grantmaking Movements Trust supports and provides funding for environmental activism, particularly focused on climate change. The goal of the Trust is
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    Cleveland Foundation

    The Cleveland Foundation is a grantmaking foundation based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in the 1910s, the foundation is among the largest grantmaking institutions in the United States with over $3.2 billion in assets under management and over $120 million in annual grants distributed. The foundation bills itself as the “world’s
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    WHWG Initiative for Studying Public Affairs (WISPA)

    The WHWG Initiative for Studying Public Affairs (WISPA) is a nonprofit organization that sponsors events intended to foster nonpartisan discussions of current issues. WISPA’s events are typically salon-style lunches and dinners that include an expert speaker, with the intention of educating, informing, and providing a space for debate among guests
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    United States Heartland China Association (USHCA)

    United States Heartland China Association (USHCA) is an organization that builds relationships between government officials, business leaders, and educational institutions in the United States and China. 1
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    TRUST Network

    TRUST Network is a left-of-center organization focused on conflict resolution and mediation with the goal of reducing radicalization and domestic violence in the United States, particularly related to elections. The organization is a project of Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI), a left-leaning anti-war conflict resolution and mediation organization that seeks
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    DonorsTrust

    DonorsTrust is a donor-advised fund that gives to right-leaning public policy organizations. An affiliated fund, the Donors Capital Fund, offers more support to donors who contribute more than $1 million to the fund. Background DonorsTrust is a donor-advised fund that donates to right-leaning public policy organizations. The fund was created