Non-profits (Page 157)


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    Women Across Frontiers

    Women Across Frontiers is a 501(c)(3) left-of-center digital publication that promotes gender equality and women’s rights issues round the globe. The organization provides a platform for women’s rights advocates, their allies, and women’s rights projects.
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    Women At The Well Inc. 

    Women At The Well Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides recovery solutions. The organization offers outreach programs for crisis prevention, health issue training, and education services to women survivors of domestic abuse, mental health, and substance abuse.
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    Women Donors Network (WDN)

    Women Donors Network (WDN) is a left-of-center donor networking group for female advocacy funders. The claims over 200 donor members who contribute over $175 million to left-of-center causes each year. [1] The group says that it “use[s] an intersectional lens — including race, class, gender, and sexual orientation
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    Women for Justice

    Women for Justice, formerly known as Women for Bernie Sanders 2016, is a 501(c)(3) advocacy group for women-centric issues in politics. The group promotes higher minimum wages, clean energy, and increased taxing of the financial elite.
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    Women for Women International

    Women for Women International is a nonprofit humanitarian organization that provides practical and moral support to women survivors of war.
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    Women Make Movies

    Women Make Movies is a non-profit feminist media arts organization based in New York City. Founded by Ariel [Dougherty] and Sheila Paige with Dolores Bargowski, WMM was first a feminist production collective that emerged from city-wide Women’s Liberation meetings in September 1969.
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    Women Moving Millions

    Women Moving Millions is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Swanee Hunt and her sister Helen LaKelly Hunt. Members of the organization pledge to give at least $1 million to organizations of their choice that benefit women and girls.
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    Women Win Foundation, Inc.

    Women Win Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advocates for gender equality and empowering of young women through sports. The groups focus involves women’s rights, development, and sports.
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    Women-Matter

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    Women, Action, and the Media

    Women, Action, and the Media (WAM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit networking entity that advocates for gender equality in media access, representation, and employment. WAM provides a networking system that connects, supports, and organizes that advance of women’s media representation.
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    Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)

    Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) is a 501(c)(4) left-of-center lobbying group that advocates for women to act politically in reducing the patriarchal culture of violence and militarism.
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    Women’s City Club of New York City

    Women’s City Club of New York City is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit activist organization. The organization advocates for economic, racial, and gender justice. The group also promotes improvements in public education, gender wage gap, affordable housing, and health care.
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    Women’s Congressional Policy Institute (formerly Women’s Policy Inc.)

    Women’s Congressional Policy Institute (WCPI), formerly known as Women’s Policy Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public policy organization which focuses on global and domestic women’s issues. The WCPI focuses on gender equality in career fields, the gender wage gap, economic security for women, and domestic violence.
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    Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)

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    Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus

    Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus, also known as Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International, is a 501(c)(3) advocacy group for the global women’s climate justice movement. WECAN focuses on rights of women. rights of nature, rights of indigenous peoples, and rights of future generations. WECAN is engaging with
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    Women’s Environment and Development Organization

    Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) is a 501(c)(3) global women’s advocacy group. The WEDO’s main concern is women’s rights; environmental and economic justice; and sustainable development principles. WEDO promotes women in leadership roles and increasing gender equality.
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    Women’s Foundation of California

    The Women’s Foundation of California is a nonprofit foundation located in San Francisco. It was founded in 1980.
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    Women’s Foundation of Minnesota

    The Women’s Foundation of Minnesota (WFMN) is an organization that campaigns for center-left ideas and policies. They also provide funding for various groups and organizations on the political left such as abortion providers and civil rights organizations. It also spends large sums of money on lobbying state lawmakers. The organization
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    Women’s Information Network

    Women’s Information Network (WIN) is a 501(c)(4) left-wing networking group that connects young pro-choice Democratic women politically, professionally, and socially. WIN offers Democratic women leadership positions, political and professional skills training, and equality training.
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    Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

    Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is a 501(c)(3) international non-governmental organization that promotes working for peace, promoting political, economic, and social justice for all women. WILPF focuses on interactions on the international level to achieve its social movement. WILPF attempts to use existing international legal and political