Non-profit

Federal Agencies Project (FAP)

Type:

LGBT Interest Advocacy Group

Project of:

NEO Philanthropy

The Federal Agencies Project (FAP) is an advocacy group sponsored by the center-left pass-through group NEO Philanthropy to encourage “U.S. government agencies to be more responsive to LGBT needs.” [1]

The campaign primarily targets federal agencies to push for expanded domestic partnership benefits for gay couples. FAP is managed by Civitas Public Affairs Group, a consultancy created by left-wing activists from the gay marriage groups Gill Foundation, Freedom to Marry, and now-defunct Gill Action Fund; FAP itself has received grants from the Gill Foundation, an LGBT interest funder, including $965,000 in 2015. [2] [3] [4]

References

  1. “ARCHIVED: THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO REFORM STATE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEMS.” NEO Philanthropy. Accessed May 22, 2019. Original URL: https://neophilanthropy.org/collaborative-funds/national-campaign-reform-state-juvenile-justice-systems/. Available here: https://www.influencewatch.org/app/uploads/2019/05/NEO-Philanthropy-NATIONAL-CAMPAIGN-TO-REFORM-STATE-JUVENILE-JUSTICE-SYSTEMS.pdf ^
  2. Hayden Ludwig. “Gay Marriage Activists Push Carbon Taxes on the GOP.” Capital Research Center. April 24, 2019. Accessed May 22, 2019. https://capitalresearch.org/article/gay-marriage-activists-push-carbon-taxes-on-the-gop/ ^
  3. “Federal Agencies Project.” Civitas Public Affairs Group. Accessed May 22, 2019. http://civitaspublicaffairs.com/portfolio/brady-campaign/ ^
  4. “2015 Annual Report: Grants.” Gill Foundation. 2015. Accessed May 22, 2019. https://annualreports.gillfoundation.org/annual-reports/year-2015/2015-gill-foundation-grants/ ^

Donor Organizations

  1. Gill Foundation (Non-profit)
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