Non-profits (Page 159)


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    Planned Parenthood Votes Connecticut

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    Planned Parenthood Votes Rhode Island

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    Planners Network

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    Planting Justice

    Planting Justice is a left-leaning organization seeking to place the formerly incarcerated into work with edible gardening. The organization sponsored the Green New Deal in 2019.
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    Play Fair Wisconsin

    Play Fair Wisconsin is a project of the High Ground Institute.
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    Players Coalition

    The Players Coalition is a left-of-center group of professional football players focused on economic redistribution and racial justice issues. It is also a project of the Hopewell Fund, a 501(c)(3) funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit managed by the Washington, D.C.-based consultancy Arabella Advisors.
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    Plenty International

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    Ploughshares Fund

    The Ploughshares Fund is an anti-nuclear proliferation organization pooling and directing donations from wealthy individuals and philanthropies. It is reportedly “the largest grant-making foundation in the United States focusing exclusively on peace and security issues.”[1] Founded in 1981 by Sally Lilienthal, the 501(c)(3) boasted slightly more than $40
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    Plug In America

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    Pluribus Project

    Pluribus Project, a project of the left-leaning Aspen Institute and New Venture Fund, was launched during the 2016 election cycle to use various technological advancements to reach voters. As of January 2020, the Pluribus Project site is no longer available. [30] Political Game Changers In April
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    PNHP – New York Metro Chapter

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    Polar Bears International

    Polar Bears International is the world’s leading polar bear conservation organization. Their research, education, and action programs address the issues that are endangering polar bears.
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    Policy Matters Ohio

    Policy Matters Ohio is a left-of-center advocacy group and policy research organization founded in January 2000 focusing on the state of Ohio. The group advocates for left-of-center state-level policies in Ohio through research, media work, and policy papers. [36] Policy Matters Ohio pushes for the Service Employees
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    PolicyLink

    PolicyLink is a radical left-leaning organization that promotes racial equity policies at the local levels of state government. It works in conjunction with the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE) to promote policy initiative “All-In Cities,” a radical race-first policy manifesto local municipalities and counties have adopted to
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    Poligon Educational Fund

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    Political Research Associates (PRA)

    Political Research Associates (PRA) is a left-wing nonprofit organization which attempts to discredit mainstream center-right views by tarring them as extremist and bigoted.[57] It has an annual budget of less than $1 million,[58] a staff of eleven,[59] and receives funding from a number of
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    Pollination Project

    The Pollination Project is a far-left funder of start-up “social change” projects in the United States and overseas.
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    Pollinator Partnership

    The Pollinator Partnership is an organization dedicated to the environmentalist agenda of preserving animal pollinators through educational efforts and conservation. [83] The organization was founded in the late 1990s by Paul Growald, a philanthropist and entrepreneur who co-founded the Growald Family Fund with his wife, Rockefeller
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    Poor People’s Campaign

    Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival is an anti-poverty campaign co-founded in 2018 by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II to serve as a continuation of the anti-racism Poor People’s campaign from the late 1960s. [93]
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    Pop Culture Collaborative

    The Pop Culture Collaborative is an coalition of several large philanthropic partners, that promotes left-of-center visions of diversity and plurality in American popular culture. Part of this promotional agenda is to use pop culture as a medium for challenging cultural narratives through art. It is a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller