For-profits (Page 6)


  • For-profit

    Campaign Verify

    Campaign Verify is a for-profit company that verifies the validity of political campaigns and organizations involved in mass texting on behalf of cellular providers. Campaign Verify claims that its service “helps prevent spoofing, increases trust, and preserves the integrity of political discourse and political communications,” and helps wireless carriers distinguish
  • For-profit

    Capital Management HPP

    Capital Management HPP is a Bartow, Florida-based food-processing company that operates under the name HPP Fresh Florida. HPP stands for high-pressure processing. 1
  • For-profit

    Capitol Impact

    Capitol Impact is a consulting firm located in Sacramento, California, that works with nonprofits including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, James Irvine Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and governmental organizations.
  • For-profit

    Care2

    Care2 is a social networking website that was founded by Randy Paynter in 1998.
  • For-profit

    Catalist

    Catalist, LLC is a data firm that services both left-of-center nonprofits and Democratic candidates and officeholders. This Washington, D.C.-based for-profit vendor outfit came together in 2006 in response to the re-election of President George W. Bush in 2004. Democratic operatives such as Harold Ickes, a former aide to President
  • For-profit

    Causal Links LLC

    Causal Links LLC is a research-based firm that conducts analytics and provides recommendations for various fields including agriculture, healthcare, and education. 1
  • For-profit

    CBK Strategies

    CBK Strategies is a talent advisory firm based in New York City which focuses on servicing high-level companies. 1
  • For-profit

    Centene Corporation

    Centene Corporation is a large publicly-traded company and a leading multi-line healthcare enterprise that serves as a major intermediary for both government-sponsored and privately-insured health care programs.
  • For-profit

    Center for Civic Information

    The Center for Civic Information (CCI) is a left-of-center electoral advocacy organization based in Virginia that emerged for the first time during the 2020-2021 U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia.
  • For-profit

    Center for Equity and Inclusion

    The Center for Equity and Inclusion is a left-of-center for-profit management consulting organization created in 2015 and based in Portland, Oregon. It is involved in promoting critical race theory-aligned racial ideology. 1
  • For-profit

    Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness

    The Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness is a left-leaning research and advocacy organization that promotes left-of-center policies on public housing and homelessness. The organization is a project of Abt Associates, a left-leaning public policy consulting and research firm.
  • For-profit

    CEO Services Bureau

    The CEO Services Bureau is a consulting practice established in 2001 by Billie Tucker. 1 Tucker was involved in the Tea Party movement pushing for lower taxes and smaller government.
  • For-profit

    Ceterus

    Ceterus is an accounting and human resources software company based in Charleston, South Carolina. The company provides basic accounting and bookkeeping services to industry-specific accounting firms and small businesses with an emphasis on providing services to entrepreneurs. The company promotes tailored accounting software for various industries, specifically dental industry accounting
  • For-profit

    Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

    The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is the grantmaking brand of Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan. Though the Initiative has broadly nonpartisan goals, it donates to many left-of-center foundations and a substantial fund to Zuckerberg’s pro-Democrat PAC, FWD.us. The Initiative is organized as an
  • For-profit

    Change Finance

    Change Finance is an investment firm that prioritizes environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) activism.
  • For-profit

    Change Finance, PBC

    Change Finance PBC is an investment firm focused on promoting left-leaning environmental and social causes among publicly traded corporations through ESG (environmental, social, and governance)  investment products, shareholder activism, and direct engagement. The firm’s primary advocacy issue is climate change mitigation. Background Change Finance operates as a public benefit
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    Change Research

    Change Research is a research firm which conducts polls and forms digital strategies for the benefit of organizations and political campaigns. It only works with entities that share its “vision for a more humane, scientific, and just world”; in practice, these include left-of-center institutions and Democratic political committees.
  • For-profit

    Change.org

    Change.org is a website that hosts petitions generally related to politics or public policy. Any individual can create a petition on the website, though specific petitions can be promoted based on paid sponsorship or staff discretion. Change.org claims to be the “world’s largest nonprofit-owned platform for social change.”
  • For-profit

    Chapo Trap House

    Chapo Trap House (sometimes known by the short name “Chapo”) is a for-profit political podcast founded in the spring of 2016 by three far-left socialists: Matt Christman, Felix Biederman and Will Menaker. Their twice-weekly show (which has since expanded to five contributors), named for infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El
  • For-profit

    Chevron Corporation

    Chevron Corporation is an American multinational energy corporation. One of the successor companies of Standard Oil, it is headquartered in San Ramon, California, and active in more than 180 countries.