Non-profits (Page 236)


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    Themis Fund

    The Themis Fund is a center-left donor collaborative that channels grants from foundations to anti-death penalty litigation nonprofits. The Themis Fund is a project of the Proteus Fund, a major funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. Background The Themis Fund provides small grants to support litigation to outlaw capital punishment
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    Theodore Albert Von Der Ahe Jr Trust

    The Theodore Albert Von Der Ahe Jr. Trust is a grantmaking foundation based in Pasadena, California. It is the personal trust fund of Theodore (Ted) Albert Von Der Ahe Jr. Ted inherited the bulk of his fortune from his father, Theodore Albert Von Der Ahe, who was one of the
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    Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

    The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, or TRCP, is a non-profit coalition of conservation organizations, partner organizations including labor unions, and outdoor-related businesses, the main goal of which is increased federal funding for conservation while preserving access for hunters and fishers.
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    Think Freely Media

    Think Freely Media (TFM) is a media organization that supports individual liberty and free enterprise. TFM advocates for these ideas in both law and culture[22] by producing content, making grants, and sponsoring tournaments. [23] Think Freely Media is a former associate member of the State Policy Network
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    ThinkProgress (ThinkProgress.org)

    ThinkProgress is a left-of-center online media outlet published by the Center for American Progress Action Fund. It began as a blog in 2005, but later began covering news from a liberal perspective with a staff of reporters and editors. In September 2019, its publisher laid off staff and closed
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    Third Wave Fund

    The Third Wave Fund funnels grants to gay, lesbian, “intersex,” and transsexual advocacy groups in the name of “gender justice.” Third Wave Fund’s grantmaking foundations include Groundswell Fund, Arcus Foundation, Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Overbrook Foundation, Craigslist, Joshua Mailman Foundation, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, and a number of individual
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    Third Way

    Third Way is a left-of-center think tank [69] based in Washington, D.C., that believes the center-left is the “only real path” for the future in the United States. [70] Founded in 2005 by former Clinton administration staffers, [71] Third Way conducts policy research,
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    Third Way Institute

    Third Way Institute is the charitable arm of Third Way, a lobbying and advocacy organization that advocates for “modern center-left ideas.” [131] Third Way Institute was founded in 2005 and helps fund the tax-exempt work of Third Way. [132] [133] [134]
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    Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation

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    Thomas B. Fordham Foundation

    The Thomas B. Fordham Foundation is a conservative-leaning education-policy think tank that advocates for school choice and public charter schools. The organization, with roots going back to 1959, also advocates for higher academic standards for students and greater accountability for educators. [212] [213] Background The Thomas
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    Thomas D. Klingenstein Fund

    The Thomas D. Klingenstein Fund is a private foundation created and run by Thomas D. Klingenstein, an investment banker and a principal in the brokerage Cohen, Klingenstein and Marks. Klingenstein is chairman of the board of the Claremont Institute, a right-of-center think tank based in California, and a member of
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    Thomas J. Long Foundation

    The Thomas J. Long Foundation was a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation focusing on Northern California. As of 2018, it had concluded grantmaking and was closing permanently.[241]
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    Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy

    The Thomas Jefferson Institute of Public Policy is a right-of-center think tank established to promote individual opportunity and economic progress. The organization advocates for low taxation and the removal of regulatory barriers to economic growth in Virginia. [242] The organization researches and analyzes the potential economic impact of
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    Thomas Merton Center

    The Thomas Merton Center is a non-profit grassroots organization in Pittsburgh whose mission is to educate, raise awareness and to ask the moral questions that surround issues of social justice, poverty, workers’ rights, racial discrimination, environmental and economic justice, peace and nonviolence.
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    Thomas More Society

    The Thomas More Society is a right-leaning public interest legal organization that has been involved in litigation over abortion, religious liberty and the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. [263] The organization was established in 1997 to represent the rights of pro-life protesters in Chicago, a case the
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    Thornburg Foundation

    Thornburg Foundation is a left-of-center advocacy grantmaker in New Mexico.
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    Thousand Currents

    Thousand Currents is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that provides financial assistance to left-leaning projects and organizations and activists in developing nations (i.e.: the so-called “global south”). [282] It is funded by many left-leaning institutional donors, which include the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, John D. and Catherine
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    Threshold Foundation

    The Threshold Foundation is a nonprofit and membership organization funding a variety of left-of-center causes. Based in Katonah, New York, the foundation’s president is Joan Briggs. [338] History and Causes Threshold Foundation was founded in 1981 after 21 individuals formed a membership organization for wealthy progressive philanthropists interested
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    Tides Advocacy (The Advocacy Fund)

    Also see Tides Nexus Tides Advocacy (formerly The Tsunami Fund, The Advocacy Fund, and the Tides Advocacy Fund) is a left-of-center advocacy organization associated with the Tides Nexus, a collection of center-left pass-through funders and fiscal sponsorship nonprofits grouped around the Tides Foundation. While Tides Advocacy has
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    Tides Canada Foundation

    For more information, see Tides Nexus The Tides Canada Foundation is a Vancouver, Canada-based nonprofit associated with the Tides Nexus, a collection of center-left pass-through grantmaking and fiscal sponsorship nonprofits based in San Francisco, California. Despite its name, Tides Canada is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) public charity and files