All by April


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Democracy Fund

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All by April is a coalition of left-of-center foundations, nonprofit grantmakers, and individual donors that have committed to making “election-related gifts” early in the 2024 election cycle, in order to fund efforts to “help recruit poll workers, organize nonpartisan voter registration drives, support local election officials, and work to ensure that the diversity of our electorate is represented in our election process.” All by April is a project of the Democracy Fund, a 501(c)(3) private foundation.1


As of March 6, 2024, signatories to the All by April campaign include:2


  1. “All by April: An Open Letter From Pro-Democracy Philanthropy.” All by April. Accessed March 6, 2024. Available at:
  2. “All by April: An Open Letter From Pro-Democracy Philanthropy.” All by April. Accessed March 6, 2024. Available at:

Directors, Employees & Supporters

Coalition Members

  1. Amalgamated Charitable Foundation (Non-profit)
  2. Arabella Advisors (For-profit)
  3. Arca Foundation (Non-profit)
  4. Arkay Foundation (Non-profit)
  5. Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Civic Engagement Fund (Non-profit)
  6. Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust (Non-profit)
  7. Crankstart Foundation (Non-profit)
  8. David and Lucile Packard Foundation (Non-profit)
  9. David Rockefeller Fund (Non-profit)
  10. Democracy Alliance (DA) (Other Group)
  11. Democracy Fund (Non-profit)
  12. Democracy Funders Network (DFN) (Other Group)
  13. Donors of Color Network (DOCN) (Non-profit)
  14. Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund (Non-profit)
  15. Four Freedoms Fund (Non-profit)
  16. Galaxy Gives (Non-profit)
  17. Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) (Non-profit)
  18. Hispanics in Philanthropy (Non-profit)
  19. Investing In US (For-profit)
  20. Joyce Foundation (Non-profit)
  21. JPB Foundation (Non-profit)
  22. Leland Fikes Foundation (Non-profit)
  23. Libra Foundation (Non-profit)
  24. Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation (Non-profit)
  25. McKnight Foundation (Non-profit)
  26. Mertz Gilmore Foundation (Non-profit)
  27. National Center for Family Philanthropy (Non-profit)
  28. National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (Non-profit)
  29. NEO Philanthropy (Non-profit)
  30. New Venture Fund (NVF) (Non-profit)
  31. One for Democracy (Non-profit)
  32. Open Society Foundations (Open Society Institute) (Non-profit)
  33. Overbrook Foundation (Non-profit)
  34. Park Foundation (Non-profit)
  35. Propel Democracy Forward Fund (PDFF) (Other Group)
  36. Public Wise (Other Group)
  37. Raikes Foundation (Non-profit)
  38. Rockefeller Brothers Fund (Non-profit)
  39. Sagner Family Foundation (Non-profit)
  40. Seattle Foundation (Non-profit)
  41. Solidaire Network (Non-profit)
  42. Solidarity Giving (Non-profit)
  43. State Infrastructure Fund (SIF) (Non-profit)
  44. Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) (Non-profit)
  45. Third Plateau (For-profit)
  46. Threshold Foundation (Non-profit)
  47. Tides Nexus (Other Group)
  48. Trusted Elections Fund (Non-profit)
  49. Unite America (Political Party/527)
  50. Unite and Renew Fund (Non-profit)
  51. Wallace Global Fund (Non-profit)
  52. Way to Rise (Non-profit)
  53. WhyNot Initiative (Other Group)
  54. Women’s Foundation of California (Non-profit)
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