Non-profits (Page 2)


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    20/20 Vision National Project

    20/20 Vision National Project was a left-of-center 501(c)(4) nonprofit that engaged in advocacy work to promote an environmentalist, anti-war, and anti-nuclear agenda. Founded in 1986, the organization appears to be defunct, as of February 2024. Tax records show the nonprofit ran a deficit of over $70,000 in during the 2018
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    2020 Census Project

    The 2020 Census Project is a pooled fund for left-of-center donors and foundations interested in shaping the 2020 Census to favor traditionally Democratic-leaning constituencies, particularly in cities. The project is fiscally sponsored by the left-of-center New Venture Fund, a 501(c)(3) funding and fiscal sponsorship managed by the for-profit consulting
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    2020 Climate Education Fund

    The objective of the 2020 Climate Education Fund is to get younger people and people of color involved in projects that support left-leaning climate and energy policies. It was launched in 2016 with a $1 million grant from the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation through the New
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    2020 Vision Ventures

    2020 Vision Ventures is a financial initiative that aims to promote investments in digital and technological innovations for left-of-center causes. The initiative is led by Democratic operative Nick Chedli Carter, who also manages the associated Resilient Democracy Fund.
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    2030 (Architecture 2030)

    2030 Inc. is a left-of-center environmentalist group that focuses on the relationship between urban planning and carbon dioxide emissions. The group actively advocates for restrictive environmentalist legislation and government regulation at the municipal, state, federal, and supranational levels. Organizational Overview The three programs offered by 2030 Inc. include 2030 Palette,
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    2030 Fund

    The 2030 Fund was a left-of-center environmentalist climate change advocacy organization affiliated with the controversial Public Interest Network of left-of-center. Its name was a reference to a claim that the world will reach an environmental “point of no return” in 2030, when the global average temperature rises 1.5 degrees Celsius above
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    2050 Kids

    2050 Kids (sometimes styled 2050kids) is an environmentalist advocacy group aligned with various left-of-center organizations.  It admits to demanding a “radical” shift in global environmental focus.1 Organizational Overview 2050 Kids focuses on the year 2050, making dire predictions
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    21st Century ILGWU Heritage Fund

    The 21st Century ILGWU Heritage Fund is a private foundation associated with the successor unions of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union that supports left of center and labor union causes. The fund was founded in the early 20th century to promote and secure the rights of workers and
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    2nd Vote

    2nd Vote was a right-of-center nonprofit organization that informed consumers about the political values of companies and encouraging them to make consumption choices in line with their own political values.  2nd Vote was launched in 2012 by David L. Black after he learned that March of Dimes donations were being
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    3 Percent Project

    The 3 Percent Project (3% Project) is a Canadian climate change advocacy group. It’s a project of the Canada-based Foundation for Environmental Stewardship.
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    350 Action

    Also see 350.org (Nonprofit) 350 Action is the 501(c)(4) “social welfare” advocacy affiliate of 350.org, an organization which seeks to radically reduce carbon emissions by eliminating the use of fossil fuels. 1 350 Action
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    350 Bay Area

    350 Bay Area is a child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmental activist organization that advocates for policy that eliminates carbon emissions. It organizes protests, conducts digital campaigns, and lobbies  policymakers to demand policy that eliminates the use of conventional energy. In addition to supporting radical environmentalism, 350 Bay
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    350 Brooklyn

    350 Brooklyn is a child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmentalist activist organization that advocates for policy to eliminate carbon emissions. It organizes protests, digital campaigns, and “town halls” with policymakers. 350 Brooklyn advocates for a complete transition to environmentalist-aligned energy, passing the Green New Deal, and reducing
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    350 Cape Cod

    350 Cape Cod is a child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmental activist organization that advocates for the elimination of carbon emissions. It organizes digital campaigns and lobbies policymakers to place restrictions on the use of fossil fuels within their community.
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    350 Chicago

    350 Chicago is a spinoff of 350.org, a left-of-center environmentalist organization that advocates for ending use of conventional fuels and eliminating all carbon emissions. 350 Chicago advocates for all government and private institutions to cease financial support of conventional energy companies and supports the Green New Deal.
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    350 Colorado

    350 Colorado is a child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmentalist organization that advocates for the elimination of conventional energy use. It lobbies, protests, and promotes “civil disobedience” among activists. 1 350 Colorado advocates for legislation that
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    350 Connecticut

    350 Connecticut is a left-progressive environmental organization that advocates for the elimination of carbon emissions and use of conventional energy and is a child organization of 350.org. It advocates for environmentalist policy that addresses allegedly associated “major” issues, including capitalism, white supremacy, and pandemics.
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    350 DC

    350 DC is the District of Columbia chapter of the far-left radical environmentalist group, 350.org. The chapter, like its parent organization, is opposed to the extraction and use of conventional energy. The organization supported the Shut Down DC environmentalist protest on September 23, 2019, that blocked and slowed
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    350 Eastside

    350 Eastside is a child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmentalist organization that advocates for the elimination of carbon emissions and prohibiting the use of conventional fuels. It advocates for a transition to environmentalist energy through protests, lobbying, and monthly gatherings. Activities In August 2020, 350 Eastside, among others,
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    350 Eugene

    350 Eugene is an Oregon-based child organization of 350.org, a left-of-center environmentalist organization that advocates for the elimination of carbon emissions by ending the use of fossil fuels. 350 Eugene advocates for bans on natural-gas fracking, forest conservation, and a transition from conventional fuels to environmentalist energy sources.