Non-profit

Tides Advocacy (The Advocacy Fund)

Website:

tidesadvocacy.org

Location:

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Tax ID:

94-3153687

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(4)

Budget (2017):

Revenue: $29,275,002
Expenses: $20,588,934
Assets: $13,813,743

Formation:

1992 (as Tides Advocacy Fund) [31]

2010 (as The Advocacy Fund) [32]

Type:

Center-Left Advocacy Nonprofit

Headquarters:

San Francisco, CA

Principal Officer:

Romy Justilien (2019-Present)

Amanda Keton (2010-2019) [33]

Part of:

Tides Nexus

Latest Tax Filing:

2018 Form 990

Also see Tides Nexus

Tides Advocacy (formerly The Tsunami Fund, The Advocacy Fund, and the Tides Advocacy Fund) is a left-of-center advocacy organization associated with the Tides Nexus, a collection of center-left pass-through funders and fiscal sponsorship nonprofits grouped around the Tides Foundation. While Tides Advocacy has disavowed any affiliation with the Tides Foundation and Tides Center (the fiscal sponsorship arm of the Tides Nexus), it maintains close connections with the other Tides organizations through its leadership and board of directors. Tides Advocacy received $23.8 million in funding from the Tides Foundation between 2013 and 2018.

Tides Advocacy is the sole 501(c)(4) social welfare organization in the Tides Nexus and focuses on the creation, financing, and consultation of various left-of-center organizations. [1] Romilda “Romy” Justilien is CEO of Tides Advocacy, a position she assumed in April 2020 after working for a period as interim CEO beginning with the departure of managing director Amanda Keton in October 2019. [2]

Background

Formation and Name Changes

Tides Advocacy is a 501(c)(4) advocacy nonprofit formed in 1992 as “The Tsunami Fund” in San Francisco, California. [3]

In 2006, it was renamed “Tides Advocacy Fund.” [4] In 2010, the organization was renamed again to “The Advocacy Fund,” possibly signalling intent to distance the group from the remaining Tides organizations. [5] Finally, in 2017 the group was renamed “Tides Advocacy,” its current name. [6]

Relationship to the Tides Nexus

The Tides Foundation, an organization with close ties to Tides Advocacy, is a powerful and influential left-wing funding nonprofit based in San Francisco, California. Tides was co-founded by liberal activists Drummond Pike and Jane Bagley Lehman in 1976.

In the 1990s, the IRS advised the Tides Foundation to separate its grantmaking from its program of creating activist groups (a process known as “fiscal sponsorship”). Pike went to great lengths for these new organizations, including lending them the Tides tax-exempt status under so-called “fiscal sponsorship” that included control of all financial-related matters and the provision to all employees of comprehensive benefits packages. All of this was done at the cost of 8 percent of the new group’s income as Tides’ “management fee.” [7] In the early 2000s, the Tides Foundation formed the Tides Center, a separate tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit, to “run the fiscal sponsorship program efficiently and legally,” with the added effect of further obscuring donors to groups fiscally sponsored by the Tides Center. [8]

Pike, who remained chief executive officer of the organization until 2013, is credited with much of this “creativity.” The center-right Heartland Institute has written that Pike created, mentored, funded, and led more left-wing nonprofits than anyone in the world. After Pike’s departure, he became the chairman of the board of the Environmental Working Group. [9]

While Tides Advocacy’s close connection to the Tides Foundation is clear—it was a product of its incubator, had overlapping board members, and shared the same San Francisco address—Tides Advocacy stated on its website in 2013 that it “is a completely separate legal entity from Tides and Tides does not subsidize The Advocacy Fund in any way.” [10]

However, in 2018, the center-right Capital Research Center identified $6.2 million in contributions from Tides Foundation to The Advocacy Fund from 2010 through 2014. [11]

Additionally, Tides Advocacy’s Form 990 filing for 2018 indicates that the Tides Network, the primary controlling entity in the Tides Nexus, is an “affiliated” but “unrelated” nonprofit according to the legal definition of related organizations described by the IRS. The filing further describes Tides Advocacy’s financial relationship to the Tides Network: [12]

Kriss Deiglmeier (CEO), Amanda Keton (secretary/treasurer), and Jacqueline Valle (chief of staff/assistant to the secretary) are employees of Tides Network, an affiliated (but unrelated, by definition of the Form 990 instructions) organization[.]

Tides Advocacy makes payments Tides Network in relation to each individual’s work for Tides Advocacy, which represents only a fraction of their full-time employment status[.]

Elsewhere in its 2018 Form 990 filing the group states:

The organization [Tides Advocacy] does not compensate the organization’s CEO. Rather, Tides Network . . . compensates the CEO, and is reimbursed for a portion of the CEO’s time dedicated to Tides Advocacy[.]

Lobbying

Tides Advocacy breaks its areas of advocacy into four categories: equality and human rights, shared prosperity, health and the environment, and democracy.

According to a 2013 lobbying report, Tides Advocacy spent $2.1 million lobbying on immigration reform in 2013, all of which was spent in the 2nd quarter during which Congress debated the so-called Gang of Eight immigration legislation, which ultimately failed in Congress. The organization had not previously spent more than $640,000 for lobbying in a quarter. [13]

Fiscal Sponsorship

Besides lobbying, Tides Advocacy helps to incubate other left-wing 501(c)(4) advocacy nonprofits, a process known as “fiscal sponsorship; its “sister” group, the Tides Center, offers a similar service for incubating 501(c)(3) nonprofits. The following are examples of known groups incubated by Tides Advocacy.

Known Incubated Groups

Tides Advocacy incubated the Florida Rights and Restoration Coalition, an organization whose goal was restoring voting rights to felons in Florida. With the help of Tides, a ballot measure granting voting rights to released felons (Measure 4) made the ballot in the November 2018 election and passed roughly 64-35 percent. [14] [15]

Tides Advocacy incubated Voices for Progress, which advocates for left-wing global warming policies and approaches to reducing income inequality. [16]

Lead Locally is Tides Advocacy’s health and environmental mission. It was founded by Whit Jones, the former director of Energy Action Coalition anti-Keystone XL Pipeline group. [17]

Leadership

Chief Executive Officer

Romilda “Romy” Justilien is CEO of Tides Advocacy, a position she assumed in April 2020 after working for a period as interim CEO beginning with the departure of managing director Amanda Keton in October 2019. [18] Prior to that, she was deputy director of Tides Advocacy, beginning in 2017.

Amanda Keton was the managing director of Tides Advocacy from roughly 2010 to October 2019, when was succeeded by Justilien. [19] Keton was also legal director for Tides, a board member of the left-leaning Network for Good and a former board member of the San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center and the ACLU of Northern California . Prior to joining Tides, Keton was a nonprofit for Ernst & Young. [20] [21]

Board of Directors

Kris Deiglmeier, former CEO of the Tides Foundation, is a member of the board of directors.

According to its IR Form 990 tax filing for 2018, Tides Advocacy’s board of directors included the following individuals (some of whom have since left Tides): [22]

  • Joseph Mouzon (board chair)
  • Kriss Deiglmeier: former Tides CEO
  • Amanda Keton (board treasurer, secretary): former Tides Advocacy managing director
  • Bernard Coleman
  • Alice Kessler
  • Deb Kinney
  • Shareen Punian
  • Johanna Silva Waki
  • Jacqueline Valle: Tides Advocacy chief of staff, assistant secretary

Key Staff

According to its IR Form 990 tax filing for 2018, the following individuals are listed as key employees of Tides Advocacy (including the Tides Advocacy projects they’re associated with): [23]

Shannon Baker is Tides Advocacy’s director of development and communications. In 2018, her total compensation was $176,726.

Robert John Smith is executive director of the Justice Collaborative. In 2018, his total compensation was $191,771.

Christie M. George is president of New Media Venture. In 2018, her total compensation was $267,765.

Julie Menter is managing director of New Media Venture. In 2018, her total compensation was $191,871.

Daniel Penchina is president of Voices for Progress. In 2018, his total compensation was $202,018.

Melissa Mikesell is director of SIA Legal Team. In 2018, her total compensation was $159,279.

Funding

Financial Overview

In 2018, Tides Advocacy reported total revenues of $40.3 million, total expenditures of $38.7 million, and net assets of $14 million. It paid out grants totaling just under $15 million. [24]

In 2017, Tides Advocacy reported total revenues of $29.3 million, total expenditures of $20.6 million, and net assets of $12.3 million. It paid out grants totaling $7.1 million. [25]

Donors to Tides Advocacy

As federal law allows for anonymous contributions to 501(c)(4) organizations, few of the donors to Tides Advocacy are known.

However, in 2017 Tides Advocacy reported 4 contributions over $1.5 million as well as a handful of larger donations in the following amounts: [26]

  • $6,721,333
  • $3,771,016
  • $2,293,656

The center-right Capital Research Center identified $6.2 million in contributions from Tides Foundation to The Advocacy Fund from 2010 through 2014. [27]

In 2018, the Tides Foundation paid $13.5 million in 58 separate grants to Tides Advocacy. [28]

The following is a list of grants from the Tides Foundation to Tides Advocacy between 2013 and 2018: [29]

Tides Foundation Grants to Tides Advocacy
Total:$23,841,083
Annual TotalIndividual GrantsDescriptions/Projects
2018$13,513,155$148,500-
$85,000-
$200,000-
$156,766-
$15,000-
$400,125-
$200,000-
$400,000-
$49,500-
$220,867-
$100,000-
$135,000-
$110,000-
$233,850-
$145,000-
$40,000-
$10,000-
$20,000-
$41,000-
$1,782,000-
$1,102,648-
$89,100-
$519,750-
$346,500-
$87,300-
$99,000-
$64,350-
$197,437-
$198,000-
$92,150-
$10,000-
$10,000-
$198,000-
$247500-
$19,800-
$1980,000-
$50,000-
$39,600-
$99,000-
$292,628-
$99,000-
$14,850-
$76,855-
$24,750-
$279,180-
$50,000-
$30,000-
$2,4750-
$194,000-
$33,950-
$9,700-
$148,500-
$138,600-
$419,760-
$236,409-
$990,000-
$447,480-
$60,000-
2017$6,894,432$6,930Lead Locally's research and analysis
$9,089Demos Action's Inclusive Democracy Project
$10,000Resist Here: West Virginia
$10,000Strong Women Action Network's 501(c)(3) charitable activities to
support and connect women of diverse economic and multicultural
backgrounds at all levels of government, corporations, civic
organizations and academia to achieve proportional representation
$10,000Indivisible Project's work to demystify Congress and to build a
community of committed local groups
$14,450Alliance for Citizenship's operations and leadership development
$14,500women's retreat
$16,440Alliance for Citizenship's operations and field conference
$17,000Florida Rights Restoration Coalition's Women's Retreat programming
$38,155research, education, and organizing of the We the People project
$40,000Millions of Jobs
$40,000Civic engagement
$40,0009 Millions of Jobs' Jobs and Infrastructure Campaign
$40,000Millions of Jobs Project
$40,00029 Jobs and Infrastructure Campaign's public education work
$43,000501(c)(3) permissible charitable work
$44,500Our Maryland issues convening
$48,400Strong Women Action Network's 501(c)(3) charitable activities to support and connect women of diverse economic and multicultural backgrounds at all levels of government, corporations, civic organizations and academia to achieve proportional representation
$49,450Civic engagement research
$49,500Lead Locally project
$59,901Public education for disenfranchised communication on voting rights
$60,000Accountable Justice Collaborative's work to support the No & Low Trials Project
$84,150Smart Justice California's data driven criminal justice reform project
$90,000New Media Ventures' Silicon Valley Project
$98,000Live Free Campaign
$100,000New Media Ventures' general support
$109,000501(c)(3) permissible activities
$113,850SIA Legal Team's Halting the Criminalization of Abortion Project
$120,000Jobs and Infrastructure Campaign
$121,000National Committee Project
$125,750Alliance for Citizenship's operations and communications
$130,000Florida Rights Restoration Coalition's Women's Retreat and 501(c)(3) work addressing issues of felon disenfranchisement
$134,492MH Action Expansion
$150,000Movement for Black Lives Action Fund to build and execute a civic engagement strategy
$150,000Fuel civic leaders at the community level nationwide
$152,000to promote economic and environmental justice through civic engagement
$167,453Flint Rising's door-to-door canvassing efforts
$175,000New York Working Families Project's organizing work
$181,650Millions of Jobs Campaign Fund
$225,553Indivisible Project's work to demystify Congress and to build a community of committed local groups
$297,000Indivisible Project's work to demystify Congress and to build a community of committed local groups
$400,000NMV Fall Support
$780,000Indivisible Project's work to demystify Congress and to build a community of committed local groups
$1,000,000Project 1: Removing unnecessary State restrictions on self-determine abortion care ($350,00) Project 2: Halting the Criminalization ($650,000)
$1,288,219Accountable Justice Collaborative's prosecutorial accountability campaign
2016$783,410$783,410Civic Participation
2015$200,000$100,000Alliance for Citizenship
$100,000New Media Ventures
2014$693,932$100,000Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families' reform of Toxic Substances Control Act project involving
$95,000Alliance for Citizenship
$94,000Alliance for Citizenship
$72,000Alliance for Citizenship
$70,000New Media Ventures
$63,000Alliance for Citizenship
$63,000Alliance for Citizenship
$39,954New Media Ventures
$39,949Alliance for Citizenship
$39,029Alliance for Citizenship
$18,000to support policing reform in New York City
2013$1,756,154$207,804Alliance for Citizenship
$66,350Alliance for Citizenship
$436,000Alliance for Citizenship
$572,000Alliance for Citizenship
$324,000Alliance for Citizenship
$50,000New Media Ventures
$50,000New Media Ventures
$50,000New Media Ventures

Between 2007 and 2015, Atlantic Philanthropy’s 501(c)(4) Atlantic Advocacy Fund provided a series of grants toward several Tides Advocacy projects and policy initiatives, totaling $42,617,750 (a number provided by Atlantic Philanthropies based on conversion rates of different currencies into U.S. dollars at the time of grant disbursement). [30]

Atlantic Advocacy Fund Grants to Tides Advocacy Projects
Projects and InitiativesGrantsDescriptions
Alliance for Citizenship$5,950,000“To support advocacy work to secure comprehensive immigration reform”
Vote Safe: Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act$850,000“To enact sentencing reform in California through a ballot initiative that would reduce incarceration levels and penalties for low-level crimes and thereby improve the criminal justice system”
Fund for Fair and Just Policing$2,200,000“To reform the stop and frisk practices of the New York Police Department by winning the appeals of the End Discriminatory Profiling Act and the Floyd and Ligon v the City of New York court decisions and by implementing the court-ordered Joint Remedial Process”
Reform Immigration For America (RIFA)$5,000,000“To use Reform Immigration for America’s online grassroots organizing capacity to ensure policymakers at the state and federal levels are attuned to Latino voting power and its immigration policy objectives”
National Latino Engagement Action Fund$700,000“To advance a strategy that increases Latino voter registration and mobilization”
Social Security Works$100,000“To organize a pledge campaign to hold members of U.S. Congress and candidates accountable to low-income families on Social Security reform”
Supporting State Strategies to Abolish the Death Penalty$3,353,000‬“To nurture and advance state campaigns to abolish the death penalty around the US by providing resources to a donor collaborative fund for regranting to state campaigns”
Environment and Climate Action Fund$2,500,000“To support advocacy efforts for climate, energy, and other environmental policy reform”
Enacting Immigration Reform$3,500,000“To provide continued support (support for 2010 campaign) for the federal campaign to reform immigration policy”
Keeping Social Security’s Promise$2,700,000“To ensure the protection of Social Security benefits for low- and moderate-income older adults, children and families through Strengthen Social Security, an aggressive, time-limited national campaign directed at the President, federal lawmakers and members of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility”
Voter Engagement Technology$250,000“To support citizen engagement technology and technical assistance to assist policy campaigns and civic participation efforts”
Social Security Policy Planning$200,000“To explore the possibility of a consensus for Social Security reform”
Voting Modernization/Universal Voter Registration$250,000“To promote federal legislation that would shift the burden to state governments to affirmatively add voters to the voting rolls by assembling existing lists rather than placing the burden on individual voters”
Social Security Reform Campaign to Protect Low-Income Individuals$1,555,000“Towards Phase I (Activate Preparation) - To support a campaign focusing attention on the needs of low-income individuals in the forthcoming reform of Social Security”
Four Pillars Campaign for Immigration Reform$5,259,750Field and Policy Pillars: “To support the strategic field and policy components of the federal effort to enact immigration reform by establishing a regranting and technical capacity delivery fund”
We Are America Alliance Action Fund$5,750,000“To empower immigrant communities throughout the U.S. through support for a collaborative citizenship and voter registration initiative”
Eldercare Workforce Alliance$1,000,000“To implement the Institute of Medicine report on workforce issues for an ageing America by activating a broad-based coalition to advocate for public policy changes”
Total:$42,617,750

Documents

The Advocacy Fund’s Form 990 IRS filings for 2016, 2017, and 2018 are available here:

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Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. Romy Justilien
    CEO (2019-Present)
  2. Amanda Keton
    Managing Director, Board Member
  3. Kriss Deiglmeier
    Former Board Member
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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: December - November
  • Tax Exemption Received: August 1, 1994

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2017 Dec Form 990 $29,275,002 $20,588,934 $13,813,743 $1,476,831 N $28,890,135 $371,302 $0 $846,309 PDF
    2015 Dec Form 990 $9,562,045 $10,196,815 $3,775,018 $498,558 N $9,436,579 $116,443 $27 $509,341 PDF
    2014 Dec Form 990 $12,734,082 $14,556,500 $4,317,606 $406,376 N $12,705,995 $10,000 $267 $240,047 PDF
    2013 Dec Form 990 $18,561,835 $18,503,363 $6,168,050 $434,402 N $18,519,851 $6,100 $1,716 $0 PDF
    2012 Dec Form 990 $7,766,705 $9,557,154 $5,895,175 $219,999 N $7,689,914 $47,250 $3,779 $45,056 PDF
    2011 Dec Form 990 $10,633,049 $9,362,452 $8,464,819 $999,194 N $10,548,567 $61,500 $483 $235,668 PDF
    2010 Dec Form 990 $21,131,764 $22,857,237 $6,906,426 $711,398 N $21,131,061 $0 $703 $150,800 PDF

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