Non-profits (Page 154)


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    Pacific Forest Trust

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    Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy

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    Pacifica Foundation

    The Pacifica Foundation is a left-of-center nonprofit media organization that owns five radio stations across the United States: KPFA Berkeley, KPFB San Francisco, KPFK Los Angeles, KPFT Houston, WBAI New York, and WPFW Washington, D.C. The organization was founded by E. John Lewis and Lewis Hill in 1946. The two
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    PacifiCorp Foundation

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    Packard Humanities Institute

    The Packard Humanities Institute is an organization that funds preservation activities in archaeology, literature, music, and film. It was spun off from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in 1999. History In 1999, the three daughters of David Packard, the technology industry businessman and Nixon administration official who founded
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    Padosi Foundation

    The Padosi Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation located in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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    PAI

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    Paid Leave for All

    Paid Leave for All is a left-of-center campaign which advocates for government-mandated paid family leave for all employees to be used for recovering after an illness or injury, caring for a family member, taking care of a new child, or mourning the passing of a family member. [15]
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    Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy (MIFTAH)

    The Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy, or MIFTAH, is an advocacy group that promotes Palestinian statehood and spreads anti-Israel propaganda. Headquartered in the West Bank,[28] Miftah accuses Israel of occupying Palestinian lands and of crimes including “massacres,” “apartheid,” and “summary executions” of Palestinian
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    Palestinian Youth Movement USA

    The Palestinian Youth Movement, USA (PYM) is an anti-Israel activist group made up of Palestinian youths who believe they are kept from their homeland by Israel. The group’s U.S. chapter organizes protests, an annual Capitol Hill gathering in Washington, and backs the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement to
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    Pamela Anderson Foundation

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    Panta Rhea Foundation

    The Panta Rhea Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation founded in 2001 whose grantmaking focuses on organizations “committed to building a more just and sustainable world.”[71] The Marin Community Foundation administers a portion of the group’s grantmaking through a donor-advised fund called the Schoepflin Fund.[72]
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    Pantsuit Nation

    Pantsuit Nation is a project of Civic Engagement Fund.
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    Parents Across America

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    Parents Together Action

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    Park Foundation

    The Park Foundation is a left-of-center funding group for several of America’s most prominent environmentalist organizations. Led by liberal megadonor and heiress of the Duncan Hines foods and Park Communications media fortunes Adelaide Park Gomer, the foundation leads the movement to prohibit exploration for America’s natural gas resources.
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    Parker Family Foundation

    The Parker Family Foundation is a private foundation which supports left-of-center organizations.
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    Parliament of the World’s Religions

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    Participatory Politics Foundation

    Participatory Politics Foundation is a left-of-center transparency and public engagement group.
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    Partners in Health

    Partners In Health is a Boston-based non-profit health care organization founded by Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, Thomas J. White, Todd McCormack, and Jim Yong Kim in 1987.