Non-profits (Page 155)


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    Portico Benefit Services

    Portico Benefit Services, previously known as the Board of Pensions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is a retirement and benefit plan provider and investment advisor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA). The ministry makes investment decisions based on companies’ alignment with environment, social values, or governance
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    Post Carbon Institute (aka Metafoundation)

    Post Carbon Institute is a think tank which provides information and analysis on climate change, energy scarcity, and other issues related to sustainability and long term social resilience.
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    Potomac Riverkeeper Network

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    Poverty and Race Research Action Council

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    Power California

    Power California, formerly known as Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, is a voter-registration coalition that pushes left-of-center ideas and voter engagement with immigrants in the state of California.[11] Despite proclaiming it is a non-partisan organization, Power California promotes left-of-center and progressive viewpoints such as granting a “path to citizenship”
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    Power Shift Network

    The Power Shift Network (formerly known as the Energy Action Coalition) is a network of environmental and social justice groups, focusing particularly on involving young people.
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    PowerPAC

    PowerPAC is a left-of-center lobbying organization based in San Francisco that specializes in voter mobilization. The organization was founded by liberal activist Steve Phillips and largely funded by left-of-center philanthropist Susan Sandler. [36] PowerPAC sends money and people to areas involved in local liberal social policy
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    Poynter Institute for Media Studies

    The Poynter Institute for Media Studies is a nonprofit journalism institution located in St. Petersburg, Florida. It owns and controls Times Publishing Company, which publishes the Tampa Bay Times and previously published Congressional Quarterly. Poynter operates the controversial left-of-center PolitiFact fact-checking organization, which was launched by its subsidiary St. Petersburg
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    Practice Greenhealth

    Practice Greenhealth (formerly Hospitals for a Healthy Environment, or H2E) is a left-of-center healthcare and environmentalism advocacy organization.
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    Presbyterians for Earth Care

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    Presente.org (Presente ACTION)

    Presente ACTION is the organizing body of Presente.org, a national online advocacy organization that campaigns to build political power for left-wing Hispanics. Co-founder Roberto Lovato described Presente.org as a “MoveOn.org for Latinos.”[111] Presente Action aligns closely with the left wing of the Democratic Party, supporting the
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    Preserve our Paradise

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    Pride at Work

    Pride at Work is a constituency group within the AFL-CIO labor union federation for LGBT labor union members.
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    Prince Charitable Trusts

    The Frederick Henry Prince Testamentary Trust (Prince Charitable Trusts) is made up of three left-leaning arts and social activism funds which support both apolitical and left-leaning non-profit groups in Washington, D.C.; Newport, Rhode Island; and Chicago, Illinois. It was established in 1947 by investor Frederick Henry Prince and his wife,
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    Priorities USA Action

    For the related superPAC, see Priorities USA (PAC) (Political Party/527) Priorities USA is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization affiliated with the liberal super PAC Priorities USA Action. Senior Obama administration staffers Bill Burton and Sean Sweeney created the organization in 2011 to advocate for liberal issues in conjunction with
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    Priorities USA Foundation

    Priorities USA Foundation is the 501(c)(3) arm of the left-of-center advocacy group Priorities of USA Action, which is affiliated with Priorities USA, a major Super PAC that supports Democratic Party candidates. Funding Priorities USA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. In its first year of operation (2017), the group
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    Prison Policy Initiative

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    Pritzker Family Foundation

    The J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation is a private foundation managed by J.B. (Jay Robert) Pritzker, Governor of Illinois since 2019, and his wife, M.K. (Mary Katherine) Pritzker. The foundation contributes to educational institutions (especially ones attended by J.B. Pritzker), local organizations near properties owned by the couple,
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    Pritzker Innovation Fund

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    Pro Mujer