Non-profits (Page 160)


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    Quimby Family Foundation

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    Quincy Institute For Responsible Statecraft

    The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft is a non-interventionist foreign policy advocacy organization founded in 2019 with support from two major political donors, liberal George Soros and libertarian Charles Koch. [1] It officially launches in Fall 2019, though its existence was announced by the Boston Globe
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    Quitiplas Foundation

    The Quitiplas Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation that principally funds left-wing organizations and publications.
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    Quixote Foundation

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    R Street Institute

    The R Street Institute is a public policy think tank based in Washington, D.C., that was spun off from the right-of-center and Chicago-based Heartland Institute in 2012. [17] R Street’s president and co-founder, Eli Lehrer, was formerly the head of the Heartland affiliate in Washington, D.C.
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    R.I.S.E. Together North Carolina

    RISE Together NC is a progressive activism coalition based in North Carolina.
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    Raben Impact

    Raben Impact is a fiscally-sponsored project of Resource Impact, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Its mission is to support people and organizations working to effect social change.
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    Rabinowitz Foundation

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    Race Forward (Applied Research Center)

    Race Forward is a nonprofit organization that promotes radical racial policies through research and media. In 2017, it partnered with the Center for Social Inclusion. It hosts the Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE), a joint program between itself and the Haas Institute
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    Rachel Carson Council

    Rachel Carson Council (RCC) is an environmentalist advocacy organization that writes reports on various industries and advocates for left-of-center policies based on its own work and that of other environmentalist groups. RCC engages in advocacy based around regulating and opposing certain agriculture and farming practices such as pesticide use and
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    Rachel’s Network

    Rachel’s Network is a network of female funders of environmentalist projects that works as a fundraiser to advance advocacy on left-of-center immigration, environmental, and biological issues. Winsome McIntosh, the president of the McIntosh Foundation, founded Rachel’s Network. Rachel’s Network was among the sponsors of the 2019 Women’s
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    Ragtag

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    Ragtag Education Fund

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    Raikes Foundation

    The Raikes Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation that financially supports youth-serving institutions focused on areas of education and youth homelessness. The Raikes Foundation has joined with other left-of-center organizations in taking a public stance denouncing and criticizing President Donald Trump. [156] Jeff and Tricia Raikes
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    Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

    The Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is a left-leaning environmentalist organization that advocates against businesses which produce conventional energy sources (such as oil and natural gas), paper products, and consumer goods. Founded in 1985, RAN frequently ties its mission to the identity politics common on the American Left. [173]
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    Rainforest Foundation

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    Raise Up Missouri

    Raise Up Missouri is a left-of-center nonprofit created to support the campaign to raise Missouri’s statewide minimum wage in 2018 (Proposition B), which passed approximately 62 to 38 percent. Raise Up Missouri  received $4,241,000 in 2018 from the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a left-wing funding group and part of
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    Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need

    The National Women’s Health Network is a non-profit women’s health advocacy organization located in Washington, D.C.. It was founded in 1975 by Barbara Seaman, Alice Wolfson, Belita Cowan, Mary Howell, M.D., and Phyllis Chesler, Ph.D.
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    Raleigh Immigration Law Firm

    The Raleigh Immigration Law Firm is a small immigration legal group in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is run by immigration attorney Beckie Moriello. [202] It was a signatory of the April 6th, 2019 “An Open Letter to American CEO’s,” which called on Fortune 500 companies to not hire
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    Rapid Resist Action

    Rapid Resist is a left-of-center agitation group created in 2017 to oppose the election of President Donald Trump and the Trump administration thereafter. Rapid Resist claims to have managed the “largest peer texting operation in the US in 2017” with 132 clients, including Planned Parenthood. [206]