Non-profits (Page 229)


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    Women’s Refugee Commission

    The Women’s Refugee Commission is an organization that improves the lives and protects the rights of women, children and youth displaced by conflict and crisis.
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    Women’s Voices for the Earth

    Women’s Voices for the Earth is an American environmental organization that specializes in research and advocacy regarding toxic chemicals especially in cosmetics and household products.
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    Women’s Voices Women Vote (WVWV)

    WVWV is now called the Voter Participation Center Women’s Voices Women Vote (WVWV) was a left-of-center voter registration nonprofit founded in 2003 by prominent left-wing political strategist Page Gardner to advocate for the left-of-center “Rising American Electorate,” particularly unmarried women, and increase their participation in the political process. WVWV
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    Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund (WVWVAF)

    WVWVAF is now known as the Center for Voter Information (Nonprofit) The Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund (WVWVAF) is a left-of-center voter registration nonprofit founded in 2003 by prominent left-wing political strategist Page Gardner to advocate for the left-of-center “Rising American Electorate,” particularly unmarried women, and increase
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    Women’s Way

    Women’s Way is a grantmaking, advocacy, and education 501 status nonprofit that deals with current issues facing women and girls in the greater Philadelphia region.
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    Women’s Equality Center

    The Women’s Equality Center is a center-left healthcare advocacy organization. The Center is a project of the New Venture Fund, a 501(c)(3) funding and fiscal sponsorship organization managed by the Washington, D.C.-based consultancy Arabella Advisors. The Center also maintains Keep Birth Control Copay Free, a healthcare campaign. 
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    Women’s Equity Center and Action Network (WE CAN)

    The Women’s Equity Center and Action Network (WE CAN) is a left-leaning feminist organization which seeks to help minority women and girls increase their personal and cultural influence. [25] It was founded in 2015. [26] Funding WE CAN does not disclose its funding or expenses on
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    Women’s Prison Association

    Women’s Prison Association (WPA) is the oldest and first organization in the United States dedicated to working with women involved in the criminal justice system and their families. It operates mostly in and around New York City. In 2019, WPA was among a group of organizations that advocated for a
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    WomenStrong International

    WomenStrong International is a 501(c)(3) global consortium of non-profits that provides international relief by specifically working with women and girls to end extreme poverty. WomenStrong International finances and develops programs that supports women in areas of health, safety, shelter, education, economic empowerment, and urban environment.
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    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

    The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, located in Washington, D.C., is a United States Presidential Memorial that was established as part of the Smithsonian Institution by an act of Congress in 1968.
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    Woods Charitable Foundation

    Woods Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) that provides funds to organizations that are attempting to integrate refugees and immigrants into their work forces. The foundation gives special interest to programs that expand English language education for new Americans, develop acceptance and appreciation for refugees, and foster planning concerning refugees and
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    Woods Fund of Chicago

    The Woods Fund of Chicago is a private independent foundation in Chicago, whose goal is to increase opportunities for less-advantaged people and communities in the Chicago metropolitan area, including the opportunity to shape decisions affecting them.
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    Woods Hole Research Center

    Funded by a variety of private foundations, the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) has positioned itself as a key source of scientific research and policy proposals regarding climate change, directed to government decision-makers around the world. WHRC has further extended its influence beyond governments to include civil society, by working
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    Woodside on the Move

    Woodside on the Move Inc., founded in 1976, is a left-of-center New York City-based tenant advocacy group notable for supporting rent control. It began narrowly-focused to develop programs to improve housing and commerce for the Woodside neighborhood in New York. [76] Today it is primarily a rental housing
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    Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

    Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is a farm animal rights and protection organization, founded in 2004. It provides information related to the production and consumption of animal products through rescue, education, and advocacy.
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    Woodtiger Fund

    Woodtiger Fund is a Pennsylvania-based foundation that primarily funds environmentalist projects, especially opposition to natural gas exploration. The organization also funds environmentalist journalism and wildlife conservation projects. The fund is an offshoot of the Wallace Global Fund, which traces its roots to a foundation created by former U.S. Vice
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    Work for Progress

    Work for Progress is a Colorado-based consulting firm registered in Boston, Massachusetts. Work for Progress is associated with the Public Interest Network of left-progressive advocacy groups and has performed vendor services for multiple Public Interest Network organizations, including the Fund for the Public Interest, Environment America Action Fund, and 
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    Worker Justice Center of New York

    The Worker Justice Center of New York (WJCNY) is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that formed when Farmworker Legal Service of New York and the Workers’ Rights Law Center merged in 2011. [114] The Center receives both federal and state funding, including grants from the Department of Justice
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    Worker Rights Consortium

    Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) is a 501(c)(3) labor rights monitoring organization that investigates working conditions in apparel factories around the world. WRC develops and launches initiatives that guarantee union rights to organize and bargain collectively, increase minimum wage, and demand severance pay.
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    Workers Center for Racial Justice

    Workers Center for Racial Justice (WCRJ) is a left-of-center advocacy organization that focuses on “direct action” organizing, policy advocacy, and voter engagement in the Chicago area. WCRJ works to advance a left-wing, pro-labor-union agenda by organizing African-American workers and families to protest African-American unemployment, low wages, and the purported over-criminalization