For-profits (Page 31)


  • For-profit

    Working Assets

    For more information on Working Assets, see CREDO Mobile Working Assets is the holding company for and former brand name of the group of companies known as CREDO, which uses for-profit ventures in cellular and long-distance telephone service, branded credit cards, and renewable energy to support left-of-center causes.
  • For-profit

    YouGov

    YouGov is a British polling company founded in 2000 by Stephan Shakespeare and Nadhim Zahawi. YouGov has 20 million members worldwide whom it surveys, along with 1,600 employees across 39 offices. 1 YouGov claims to be non-partisan.
  • For-profit

    Youth Caucus of America, Inc.

    Youth Caucus of America, Inc. is a left-wing public policy advocacy group that calls for reforms in healthcare, education, and criminal justice. It is partnered with groups such as Progressive Democrats of America and Democratic Socialist of America (NYC).
  • For-profit

    Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp

    Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp is a left-wing “social justice” camp. It is a fiscally sponsored project of Earth Island Institute.
  • For-profit

    YouTube

    YouTube is a for-profit video platform owned as a subsidiary of Alphabet, parent company of Google. As of January 2021, YouTube has over 34 billion monthly views, making it the second-most visited website in the world behind Google.com.
  • For-profit

    Zevin Asset Management

    Zevin Asset Management is an investment management firm that initiates advocacy efforts for left-of-center nonprofits through “shareholder activism.” 1 Zevin Asset Management works with clients to create investment portfolios