Non-profits (Page 186)


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    Wind Coalition

    Wind Coalition is a 501(c)(6) industry trade association created to promote the development of wind energy resources as a clean, reliable, and affordable source of energy. The Wind Coalition is the wind energy industry’s voice within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) and the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) systems.
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    Wind on the Wires (Clean Grid Alliance)

    Clean Grid Alliance (formally known as Wind on the Wires) is a 501(c)(3) environmental advocacy group that promotes renewable energy, primarily wind and solar, through public policy, media work, and public outreach.
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    Windustry

    Windustry is a 501(c)(3) advocacy organization that promotes sustainable clean energy solutions and limiting gas emissions in the power sector. Windustry focuses on education, outreach, and advocacy to advance renewable energy.
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    Windward Fund

    The Windward Fund is an environmentalist fiscal sponsor organization in the network of “dark money” organizations controlled by philanthropic consultancy Arabella Advisors. The Fund was created in February 2015 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with startup funding of $5.25 million provided by an unknown source. According to its bylaws, Windward
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    Winnick Family Foundation

    Winnick Family Foundation is 501(c)(3) private foundation that supports program areas of education, literacy, health care, art, culture, animal welfare and the needs of the worldwide Jewish community.
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    Winrock International Institute

    Winrock International Institute, also known as Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, is a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes global development in agriculture, climate change, natural resource management, economic development, and gender equality.
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    Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

    Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation in Arkansan that supports efforts in areas of education, economic development, and racial and social justice throughout Arkansas. The foundation uses strategic grantmaking and partnerships to support organizations in these specific areas.
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    Winyah Rivers Foundation Inc.

    Winyah Rivers Alliance is a nonprofit organization that works to advocate for reform with watersheds and other water sources in North and South Carolina. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    Wisconsin Community Fund

    Wisconsin Community Fund was a 501(c)(3) that provides support to organizations that are concerned with social justice issues. The organization was terminated in 2012.
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    Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum

    Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum (WICEF) is an environmentalist energy advocacy organization created in 2017 that is funded by the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), an umbrella organization that receives grants from left-leaning foundations including the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Turner Foundation, and the McKnight Foundation. [23]
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    Wisconsin Democracy Campaign (WDC)

    The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign (“WDC”) claims to be a nonprofit, nonpartisan political watchdog group. The organization targets the financial supporters of Republican and conservative policy leaders. Wisconsin Democracy Campaign has been a staunch defender of the controversial “John Doe” investigations designed to target supporters of Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
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    Wisconsin Jobs Now

    Wisconsin Jobs Now (WJN) is a non-profit organization that promotes minimum wage increases, securing living wage standards, and training workers and activists to be leaders throughout Wisconsin.
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    Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG)

    Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WIPIRG) is the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of the 501(c)(3) Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group Foundation. It is the Wisconsin state affiliate of the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG).
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    Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG) Foundation

    Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group Foundation (WIPIRG) is the 501(c)(3) education research arm of the 501(c)(4) Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group. It is the Wisconsin state affiliate of the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG).
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    Wisconsin Voices

    Wisconsin Voices, formerly known as the Wisconsin Civic Engagement Project, is a 501(c)(3) left-of-center advocacy network group in Wisconsin. The organization connects progressive groups, provides materials, and offers guidance to Wisconsin 501(c)(3) organizations.
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    WISDOM, Inc.

    WISDOM, Inc. is a state-level federation of Gamaliel Foundation-affiliated left-wing community organizing groups in Wisconsin.
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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. [100] 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.