Non-profits (Page 207)


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    Youth Policy Institute

    Youth Policy Institute was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that was founded in Los Angeles in 1983 and provided a variety of education and anti-poverty programs to children and young adults in Los Angeles. In 2019, the organization’s interim chief executive director Dan Grunfeld announced that the board of directors had decided
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    Youth Rise Texas

    Youth Rise Texas is an Austin, Texas-based minority youth-focused advocacy organization founded in 2015. [24][25] The organization opposes immigration deportation and America’s high rate of incarceration. It was officially registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2018. [26][27] Youth Rise offers internships to
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    YouthActionNet

    YouthActionNet is a program of the International Youth Foundation that aims to advance left-wing policies through programs and funding for young entrepreneurs.
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    YouthBuild USA

    YouthBuild USA conducts studies and reporting systems to track hate crimes and what they term “hate incidents. Youth Build is related to AmeriCorps and awards staff with AmeriCorps education awards. [48] History YouthBuild USA’s roots began in 1978 as the Youth Action Program under Dorothy Stoneman as
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    YWCA USA

    YWCA USA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
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    Z Smith Reynolds Foundation

    The North Carolina-based Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR)[67] utilizes legacy monies from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco fortune to fund North Carolina-based liberal agendas and organizations. It is one of numerous foundations created in whole or part with Reynolds trust funds, including the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation,
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    Zero for Zeros

    Zero for Zeros is an LGBT-issues-focused activist campaign that has the goal of pressuring companies that have LGBT-friendly corporate policies to stop contributing to the campaigns of candidates that do not align with the ideological positions of the Human Rights Campaign, the prominent LGBT-interest organization that scores members of
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    ZERO TO THREE

    Zero to Three (stylized ZERO TO THREE) is a  501(c)(3) that advocates for policy change in early childhood development.
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    ZeroDivide Foundation

    ZeroDivide, founded in the late 1990s, began as a grant-making organization focused on bringing technology to low-income populations and later transitioned into a nonprofit consulting firm advising other nonprofits. The organization went from receiving millions of dollars in grants at its height, to closing its doors in 2016 amid allegations