Non-profits (Page 156)


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    State Victory Fund

    The State Victory Fund is a joint initiative of the Democracy Alliance and the Committee on States to win control of the redistricting process.
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    State Voices

    State Voices is a left-of-center advocacy group founded in 2008. [1] State Voices connects advocacy and activist organizations to each other so they can collaborate in “state tables” on mutual policy goals. [2] The organizations it works with are typically left-of-center or environmentalist in nature. Political
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    States United to Prevent Gun Violence

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    Stephen Bechtel Fund

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    Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation

    The Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation was established by Stephen Silberstein in Belvedere, California, in May 1998.[12] Records indicate the Foundation held more than $112 million in assets and donated about $6 million to left-of-center causes. According to Inside Philanthropy, “Nearly every major progressive policy and advocacy group in
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    Stern Family Fund

    The Stern Family Fund was a private foundation founded by political activist David Stern that supported policy-oriented government and corporate accountability projects.
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    Stockholm Environment Institute US

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    Stoneman Family Foundation

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    Stonewall Community Foundation

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    Stony Brook Foundation

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    Stop Handgun Violence

    Stop Handgun Violence is a Massachusetts-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advocates for stricter gun control legislation.
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    Stop Payday Predators

    Stop Payday Predators is a center-left financial services advocacy organization. The group is a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4) funding and fiscal sponsorship organization managed by the Washington, D.C.-based consultancy Arabella Advisors.[25]
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    Story of Stuff Project

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    Strong Economy for All Coalition

    The Strong Economy for All Coalition is a labor-union backed coalition of left-wing interest groups active in New York politics. It is perhaps most notable for the Hedge Clippers campaign, an orchestrated activist effort to attack financial industry interests involved in education reform efforts. The coalition is closely tied to
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    Stronger US

    Stronger US is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization which is a directly controlled entity of Progressive Future Network.
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    Student Conservation Association

    The Student Conservation Association is 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to engage young people in environmentalism and conservation.
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    Student Organizing

    Student Organizing, Inc. is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) voter mobilization and registration group aligned with the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG), the Massachusetts state affiliate of the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG).
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    Students for a Free Tibet

    Students For a Free Tibet is a global network of students and activists working in solidarity with the Tibetan people for human rights and freedom.
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    Students for Sensible Drug Policy

    Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international non-profit advocacy and education organization based in Washington D.C. SSDP is focused on reforming drug policy in the United States and internationally.
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    SumofUs

    SumOfUs is an environmentalist organization which pressures businesses to adopt left-of-center policies on the environment and animal liberation. It is also involved in other left-leaning issues such as pro-abortion advocacy, support for gun control, and pro-Palestinian activism. Funding In 2017, SumOfUs reported receiving $5.4 million in grants and contributions.