Non-profits (Page 224)


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    Wyoming Children’s Law Center

    Wyoming Children’s Law Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, founded in 2009. It provides legal assistance to low-income children and families regarding issues affecting children’s education and safety. Wyoming Children’s Law Center also works to impact laws and policies that influence children and vulnerable adults.
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    Wyss Foundation

    The Wyss Foundation is a private foundation established in 1998 by Swiss billionaire and former Synthes CEO Hansjorg Wyss, an environmentalist activist and former CEO of the controversial medical device manufacturer Synthes.[1] The private foundation, based in Washington, D.C., states that it is “dedicated to supporting innovative, lasting
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    Xerces Society

    The Xerces Society is a non-profit environmental organization that focuses on the conservation of invertebrates considered to be essential to biological diversity and ecosystem health.
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    Y & H Soda Foundation

    The Y and H Soda Foundation is a left-of-center grantmaking foundation that supports liberal expansionist immigration, left-progressive social policy, and liberal social welfare organizations located in California. Originally founded to improve education in the East Bay region of northern California, the organization’s focus has shifted to promoting statewide and nationwide
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    Yellow Chair Foundation

    The Yellow Chair Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation based in San Francisco, California. It was created by Yahoo co-founder David Filo and his wife Angela. The organization supports environmentalist campaigns, most prominently funding among other things the Sierra Club’s “Beyond Coal” campaign to shut down every coal-fired power
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    Yes to Affordable Housing (YAH!)

    Yes to Affordable Housing (YAH!) is a San Francisco Bay-area organization that advocates for progressive housing reforms such as high-density development, opposition to profit-based new construction, and viewing housing as a human right as opposed to a “commodity or simply as an investment.” It is a fiscally-sponsored project of the
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    YMCA of Greater New York

    The YMCA of Greater New York is a community service organization, the largest YMCA in North America and also New York City’s largest private youth-serving organization.
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    Yonkers Committee for Smart Development

    Yonkers Committee for Smart Development is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which advocates for the historical preservation, cultural preservation, and environmentalist issues in Yonkers, New York.
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    Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights

    Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that provides legal representation to unaccompanied undocumented immigrant children. [55] The Center also also advocates for changes to U.S. immigration policy, and despite being ostensibly nonpartisan, the Center was critical of the Trump administration’s restrictionist immigration
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    Young Conservatives for Carbon Dividends (YCCD)

    Young Conservatives for Carbon Dividends (YCCD) is a right-leaning environmentalist organization that supports free-market policy solutions to climate change. The group seeks to build support for the Baker-Shultz Carbon Dividends Plan, a carbon tax, among college Republicans and supports policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, remove environmental tax regulations on
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    Young Conservatives for Energy Reform (YCER)

    Young Conservatives for Energy Reform (YCER) is a right-leaning environmentalist nonprofit formed in 2018. The group advocates for the Baker-Schulz Carbon Tax and Dividend plan, which would tax carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gas emissions. Funding In 2018, the left-of-center William and Flora Hewlett Foundation gave $150,000 to YCER.
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    Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA)

    Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA) is an evangelical Christian environmental advocacy group and the youth wing of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN), which advocates left-leaning environmentalist messages to right-leaning Christians. EEN and YECA are in part funded by liberal foundations, including the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Energy
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    Young Invincibles

    Young Invincibles is a left-wing 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advocates for Medicaid healthcare expansion, higher education access and affordability, and economic security through increased wages.
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    Young People For (People for the American Way)

    Young People For is a project of People for the American Way (PFAW).
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    Young Presidents Organization (YPO)

    Young Presidents Organization (YPO) is a 501(c)(6) global nonprofit organization, brings executives and peers together to provide community and networking experiences.
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    Young Voices for the Planet

    Young Voices for the Planet is a left-wing 501(c)(3) nonprofit global warming advocacy group.
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    Youth Advocacy Corps

    The Youth Advocacy Corps is a left-of-center “social justice” advocacy group that focuses on younger voters. The group is a project of NEO Philanthropy.
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    Youth Engagement Action Fund (Democracy Alliance)

    The Youth Engagement Action Fund is a center-left voter mobilization group created by the Democracy Alliance, a network of highly influential funders within the Democratic Party and the political Left. The Democracy Alliance itself generally coordinates funding strategies rather than engaging in grantmaking; consequently, the Youth Engagement Action Fund itself is
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    Youth Engagement Fund (Democracy Alliance)

    The Youth Engagement Fund is a center-left voter mobilization group created by the Democracy Alliance, a network of highly influential funders within the Democratic Party and the political Left. The Democracy Alliance itself generally coordinates funding strategies rather than engaging in grantmaking; consequently, the Youth Engagement Fund itself is a project
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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