Non-profits (Page 184)


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    The Shalom Center

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    The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation

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    The Sierra Fund

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    The Sister Fund

    The Sister Fund is a 501(c)(3) private foundation established by Helen LaKelly Hunt.
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    The Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

    The Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Roman Catholic religious congregation established in 1775 in Ireland. The U.S. headquarters are based in New Windsor, New York, with activity throughout several states in the United States. The order has endorsed environmentalist activism and supports liberal expansionist
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    The South

    The South is an organization defined by its founder, activist Angela Peoples, as “a brand where unapologetic Black culture defines political power.” [8] The organization has taken far-left stances including supporting the radical extremist Black Panthers, endorsing mass redistribution of wealth, and promoting open borders. Black Womxn
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    The Trace

    The Trace is a left-of-center gun control news and journalism website created in 2015 with startup funding from Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, a left-of-center gun control advocacy group, and the Joyce Foundation. The Trace is a project of Trace Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Funding According to
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    The Voting Information Project (VIP)

    The Voting Information Project (VIP) is a center-left voter participation group that provides potential voters with election and polling information. It is a project of Democracy Works, a center-left voter participation advocacy nonprofit which provides similar services.
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    The Washington Spectator

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    The Western Way

    The Western Way (TWW) is an ostensibly right-of-center advocacy group that works on energy and environment issues. The Colorado-based organization seeks to combat “the false narrative that conservatives do not value the environment”[27] and “provide constructive conservative solutions.” [28] Despite presenting itself as a center-right organization
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    The Whaleman Foundation

    The Whaleman Foundation is a nonprofit research and film organization that works on ocean awareness and wildlife preservation. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    The Workers Lab

    The Workers Lab is a nonprofit that advocates for worker’s rights. Formerly a project of the 501(c)(3) Solidago Foundation, it separated as an independent nonprofit in early 2019.[47]
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    The Working World

    The Working World is a 501(c)(3) left-of-center nonprofit that provides aid to low-income communities. The Working World advocates for a democratic economy and removing all forms of capitalism.
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    Theater Three Collaborative, Inc

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    TheDream.US

    TheDream.US is a left-of-center illegal immigration advocacy organization. The group advocates for federal tuition aid for non-citizens part of the DREAM Act. TheDream.US is a project of the New Venture Fund (NVF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit managed by the Washington, D.C.-based philanthropy consultancy Arabella Advisors.
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    Themis Fund

    The Themis Fund is a center-left donor collaborative that channels grants from foundations to anti-death penalty litigation nonprofits. The Themis Fund is a project of the Proteus Fund, a major funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. Background The Themis Fund provides small grants to support litigation to outlaw capital punishment
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    Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

    The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, or TRCP, is a non-profit coalition of conservation organizations, partner organizations including labor unions, and outdoor-related businesses, the main goal of which is increased federal funding for conservation while preserving access for hunters and fishers.
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    ThinkProgress (ThinkProgress.org)

    ThinkProgress is a left-of-center online media outlet published by the Center for American Progress Action Fund. It began as a blog in 2005, but later began covering news from a liberal perspective with a staff of reporters and editors. In September 2019, its publisher laid off staff and closed
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    Third Wave Fund

    The Third Wave Fund funnels grants to gay, lesbian, “intersex,” and transsexual advocacy groups in the name of “gender justice.” Third Wave Fund’s grantmaking foundations include Groundswell Fund, Arcus Foundation, Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Overbrook Foundation, Craigslist, Joshua Mailman Foundation, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, and a number of individual
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    Third Way

    Third Way is a left-of-center think tank and advocacy organization. Third Way Institute is the group’s 501(c)(3) research arm. Political Activism 2019 House Democrats Issues Conference Lanae Erickson, senior vice president of social policy and politics for Third Way, participated in a discussion titled “Uniting Working Men and Women