Non-profits (Page 212)


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    Water Funder Initiative (WFI)

    The Water Funder Initiative (WFI) is a left-of-center environmental advocacy group and a project of the Windward Fund. The Water Funder Initiative promotes “water sustainability” in conjunction with the center-left Energy, Hewlett, Packard, Walton, S.D. Bechtel, Mitchell, and Rockefeller Foundations. Among other things,
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    Waterkeeper Alliance

    Waterkeeper Alliance, started by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., in 1999, focuses on enforcing environmental laws and preventing pollution, often with aggressive campaigns that have included lawsuits against small farmers.[2] The alliance has grown into a network of nearly 300 member groups, which in turn connect with other
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    Watershed Project

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    WE ACT for Environmental Justice

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    We Act Radio

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    We Are America Alliance (WAAA)

    The We Are America Alliance (WAAA) was a national liberal expansionist immigration advocacy organization launched in 2006. WAAA was made up of more than a dozen local, state, and national organizations all pushing for liberal expansionist immigration reform. [23] WAAA was a project of Tides Advocacy and largely
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    We Are One, Inc.

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    We Are Still In

    We Are Still In is a left-of-center coalition of state and local governments, businesses, investors, universities, and other organizations created by the left-of-center Bloomberg Philanthropies to create the image of a grassroots initiative in support of the Paris Climate Accords, an environmentalist pseudo-treaty negotiated by the Obama administration,
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    We Are Woman

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    We Belong Together

    We Belong Together is a campaign sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Domestic Workers Alliance, MoveOn.org, United We Dream, and the Women’s Refugee Commission advocating for lenient immigration enforcement policies.
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    We Mean Business Coalition

    The We Mean Business coalition is a European-American coalition of advocacy groups that aims to get private business to take action on climate change and achieve net zero carbon emissions and to push governments to adopt environmentalist policies. It is a project of the New Venture Fund, a grantmaking and
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    We the Action

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    We the Protesters

    We the Protesters is a left-wing law enforcement reform nonprofit associated with Black Lives Matter.
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    We the Protestors

    We the Protestors is a left-of-center policing policy organization that is closely associated with Black Lives Matter. Self-labeled as the first “digital civil rights movement,” We the Protestors mainly acts as a resource for online activists, providing them with statistics that it compiles on police violence. [58]
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    Weeden Foundation

    The Weeden Foundation is the private foundation of the family of Frank Weeden, an investment banker who died in 1984. It funds environmentalist and population control groups. It is notable for funding both immigration restrictionist groups and abortion advocacy organizations.[69]
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    Weingart Foundation

    The Weingart Foundation is a California-based grantmaking organization supporting a number of left-of-center organizations, mostly in the state. Ben Weingart, a Los Angeles-area property developer, created the foundation in 1951, and when Weingart died in 1980, he left much of his estate to the Foundation.
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    Weismann Foundation

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    Weithorn & Ehrmann Families Foundation

    The Weithorn & Ehrmann Families Foundation was a left-leaning grantmaking foundation that supported civic-engagement and social justice associations. It was founded in 2009.
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    Weitz Family Foundation

    The Weitz Family Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation run by the Democratic-leaning family of Nebraska investor Wallace Weitz.
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    Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

    The Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, formerly known as the Matan B’Seter Foundation, was created in 2001 as part of an elaborate and secretive network of grantmaking organizations funded by three hedge fund billionaires: Andrew Shechtel, David Gelbaum and C. Frederick Taylor. [70][71] Philanthropy News Digest described their