Non-profits (Page 238)


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    TomKat Charitable Trust

    TomKat Charitable Trust ceased operations in 2015 and was succeeded by the TomKat Foundation The TomKat Charitable Trust is a private foundation formed and funded by left-wing San Francisco billionaire Thomas F. Steyer, and his wife Kathryn Taylor. The organization derives its name from combining the couple’s first
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    TomKat Foundation

    TomKat Foundation is a major left-leaning foundation and the primary grantmaking philanthropy of Tom Steyer, a billionaire hedge fund manager and major Democratic Party donor who ran for the presidency in the 2020 election. TomKat Foundation succeeded the TomKat Charitable Trust in 2015, which was Steyer’s primary foundation
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    Tommy E. Short Charitable Foundation

    Tommy E. Short Charitable Foundation is an organization that was formed in 2001 and is based in California. The organization supports programs that focus on climate change and international development. [16]
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    Topten USA

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    Tory Burch Foundation

    The Tory Burch Foundation was formed by Tory Burch in 2009. The Foundation develops and invests in programs that seek to support women-owned small businesses. [17]
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    Tow Foundation

    The Tow Foundation is a Connecticut-based private grantmaking foundation. The organization makes grants in the arts, medical research, higher education, and criminal justice. The foundation makes grants with a strong focus on New York- and Connecticut-based organizations. The organization makes grants to numerous center-left and left-wing organizations through these programs.
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    Toward Freedom

    Toward Freedom is a newspaper formed in 1952 that seeks to analyze and discuss political and corporate abuses of power. [27]
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    Town Creek Foundation

    The Town Creek Foundation is a grantmaking organization that was formed in 1981 by Edmund Stanley. The organizations provides grants to support left-of-center changes to current environmental policy in Maryland. [28]
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    Town Hall Project

    The Town Hall Project was a left-of-center “social welfare” advocacy group that organized protests against “town hall” events held by Republican members of Congress, especially during the 115th Congress that met from 2017 through 2019. [29] It was formed by a former campaigner for the 2016 presidential
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    Toxic Free North Carolina

    Toxic Free North Carolina opposes the use of many major forms of pesticides used in agricultural production.
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    Toxics Action Center

    Toxic Action Center is a conservation group advocating to clean up and prevent pollution within the community. [50] It signed a petition supporting the Green New Deal. [51]
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    Toxics Action Center Campaigns

    Toxics Action Center Campaigns is the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of Toxics Action Center, a 501(c)(3) policy research group affiliated with the U.S. Public Interest Reserach Group (US-PIRG).
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    Toxics Information Project (TIP)

    The Toxics Information Project is a educational nonprofit working to spread awareness on toxins and other environmental issues through public meetings. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC)

    Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC) is a left-of-center nonprofit which provides leadership and activism training for professional environmentalists. The organization credits the Wilburforce Foundation as its major financial supporter,[52] though it has also received major support from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. [53] The
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    Trans Housing Coalition

    The Trans Housing Coalition (THC) is a left-wing, LGBTQ group focused on helping homeless Black transgender people in Atlanta, Georgia. [84] The organization began in 2019 as a grassroots crowdfunding project on GoFundMe titled the Homeless Black Trans Women Fund. [85] The fund grew out of
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    Trans Justice Funding Project

    The Trans Justice Funding Project is a left-wing, LGBTQ group focused on promoting gender dysphoria in the United States. [106] In 2020, it received a grant worth over “six figures” from Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. [107]
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    Trans United

    Trans United is a left-of-center advocacy group for other pro-transgender organizations. It also endorses transgender-movement-aligned legislation and legislation to promote prostitution and other forms of “sex work.” Trans United has condemned left of-center transgender-interest groups which advocate for similar issues for insufficient commitment to intersectional left-progressivism. Criticism of LGBT-Interest Groups
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    Trans United Fund

    Trans United Fund is a lobbying group that endorses transgender and pro-transgender-interests candidates for public office. Trans United Fund mainly makes endorsements of transgender candidates and candidates who promise to pass legislation supportive of transgender activism. Candidates are primarily endorsed for local elections, although the group has expressed the eventual
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    Trans Women of Color Collective

    Trans Women of Color Collective is a far-left advocacy group.
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    TransAfrica

    TransAfrica (formerly TransAfrica Forum) is an activist group promoting left-of-center foreign policy approaches toward African and Caribbean nations.