Non-profits (Page 180)


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    Voces de la Frontera Action

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    Voice of the Experienced (VOTE)

    Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) is left-of-center non-profit advocacy group focusing on increasing the rights of and protecting convicted criminals and the accused. VOTE focuses mainly on activism in Louisiana. People Executive Director Norris Henderson is a former Soros Justice Fellow.[1] Funding In June 2019, the NFL awarded
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    Voices for a Sustainable Future

    Voices for a Sustainable Future is a project of Labor Network for Sustainability.
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    Voices for Illinois Children

    Voices for Illinois Children is a Chicago-based advocacy group. Its Fiscal Policy Center serves as a state-level left-of-center policy think tank for Illinois.
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    Voices for National Service

    Voices for National Service is an advocacy coalition of City Year and was founded to expand federal funding for AmeriCorps. [3] It funds students and new graduates to work in left-of-center social service organizations, and to advocate for legislation that federally mandates tenure in such left-wing organizations. Founding
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    Voices for Progress

    Voices For Progress is an advocacy and coordination group for left-wing donors. It is a project of The Advocacy Fund, which is affiliated with the incubation and funding group the Tides Foundation. The organization works to promote its issues by educating lawmakers and their staffs on left-of-center proposals and
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    Voices for Progress Education Fund

    Voices for Progress Education Fund is an advocacy and coordination group for left-of-center donors, and a 501(c)(3) project of the Tides Center. It is affiliated with Voices for Progress, a 501(c)(4) project of the Tides Foundation-affiliated Advocacy Fund, and the 527 political action committee Voices for
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    Voices for Utah Children

    Voices for Utah Children (also known as Utah Children) is a left-of-center public policy organization in Utah.
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    Voices Rising

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    Volcker Alliance

    The Volcker Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in New York City. Named for its founder and chairman, former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volcker, the Volcker Alliance works to promote effective and accountable government.
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    Voqal Fund (Instructional Telecommunications Foundation)

    The Instructional Telecommunications Foundation, doing business as Voqal, is a lobbying nonprofit which advocates for left-of-center policies, including increased government regulation of public broadcasting. Voqal provides substantial funding to groups involved with the Democracy Alliance, a donor collaborative for high-profile funding groups on the Left. Voqal generates revenue by
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    Vote Captain

    Vote Captain is a center-left voter mobilization group.
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    Vote Smart (Project Vote Smart)

    Vote Smart, formerly called Project Vote Smart, is a non-profit, non-partisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office in the United States. Vote Smart is a project of the Center for National Independence in Politics.
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    Vote Solar

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    Vote With Me

    Vote With Me is a voter mobilization nonprofit that publishes VoteWithMe, an app that promotes get-out-the-vote operations, and caters to center-left organizations. Vote With Me is a project of the center-left New Data Project.
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    Vote-Climate

    Vote Climate is a nonprofit left-of-center organization specializing in environmental voter organization. The organization is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    Vote.org

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    Voter Engagement Evaluation Project (VEEP)

    The Voter Engagement Evaluation Project (VEEP) was a donor collaborative which funneled grants to left-wing voter registration and mobilization groups. VEEP was  co-sponsored by the Proteus Fund and Funders Committee for Civic Participation, a donor affinity group for major center-left funders (itself a project of NEO Philanthropy).
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    Voter Participation Center

    The Voter Participation Center was founded in 2003 as “Women’s Voices Women Vote,”[73] which in 2011 changed its name and expanded its mission to become the Voter Participation Center.[74] The group initially focused on registering the strongly Democratic-leaning voting bloc of single women to vote; today,
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    Voter Registration Project

    The Voter Registration Project (formerly Voting for America) is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that manages voter registration drives with the explicit aim to register “citizens of color.”