Non-profits (Page 240)


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    WildAid

    WildAid is a wildlife conservation group that works with government and private organizations to support conservation efforts and reduce the consumption of wildlife products. [1]
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    WildEarth Guardians

    WildEarth Guardians is a New Mexico-based environmentalist advocacy group. The group lobbies and litigates for environmental policies across several western states. It was founded in 1989 as Forest Guardians. The organization receives federal and state contracts; in 2019, it reported to the Justice Department that one of its employees and
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    Wilderness Society

    The Wilderness Society is a left-of-center environmentalist nonprofit.
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    Wildfire Project

    The Wildfire Project is a left-wing social activist organization, and a project of the Movement Strategy Center.
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    Wildlife Conservation Society

    WCS was founded in 1895 as the New York Zoological Society and currently works to conserve more than two million square miles of wild places around the world.
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    WildWest Institute

    WildWest Institute is a nonprofit organization that works to preserve forestry and wildlife in the Northern Rockies. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

    The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (also known as the Hewlett Foundation) is a private foundation established in 1966 by Hewlett-Packard co-founder William R. Hewlett, his wife Flora, and his son Walter. [22] According to 2014 statistics gathered by the Foundation Center, the Hewlett Foundation, with assets over
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    William and Inez Mabie Family Foundation

    William and Inez Mabie Family Foundation is a private foundation that contributes to legal education and legal assistance to the poor.
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    William B. Wiener Jr. Foundation

    The William B. Wiener, Jr. Foundation is the private grantmaking foundation of liberal activist William B. (Bill) Wiener, Jr.
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    William E. Simon Foundation

    The William E. Simon Foundation was named after William Edward Simon who formed the foundation in 1967. The foundation is a grant-making organization that supports charitable organizations such as medical, social service and educational institutions. [109]
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    William H. Donner Foundation

    The William H. Donner Foundation is a family foundation controlled by 29 descendants of William Henry Donner (1864-1953). Although best known for its grants to center-right advocacy organizations, it appears to have reduced this grantmaking in the past decade to increase grants for animal protection and environmentalist causes. History Donner
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    William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation

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    William J. Brennan Center for Justice

    The Brennan Center for Justice (the Brennan Center) was formed as a way to memorialize and put into action the values of left-of-center former Supreme Court Justice William Brennan , the “father of modern judicial activism,” by Brennan’s former clerks.[119] The organization is hybrid think-tank and activist center
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    William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation

    William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation is the private foundation of the late Bay Area venture capitalist William K. Bowes, Jr. In line with Bowes’s activities in life, the Foundation funds environmentalist groups and right-of-center advocacy organizations.
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    William Penn Foundation

    The William Penn Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that funds a variety of left-of-center and environmentalist projects, as well as local projects in the city of Philadelphia and surrounding areas. It was founded by the late businessman Otto Haas, who was a founder of a
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    William Winter Institute

    The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation is a Mississippi advocacy group that creates training programs on how to improve racial tolerance. Though its programs are nonpartisan, its social media posts frequently share left-of-center perspectives, such as support for slavery reparations and legal status for illegal immigrants. [181]
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    Win Florida

    Win Florida, Inc. is a 501(c)(4) left-of-center grantmaking group that promotes left-wing causes in Florida by donating to voter registration groups and PACs. The organization was terminated in 2018 and is now defunct. Leadership Win Florida was led by its president Carlos Odio, a superdelegate for the Democratic National Convention
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    Win Minnesota

    WIN Minnesota a left-of-center “social welfare” advocacy organization associated with the political action committee WIN Minnesota PAC. The organization is one of the main conduits of dollars for left-wing donors in Minnesota, helping to fund the Alliance for a Better Minnesota. It has taken grants from the New
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    Win Win Network

    Win/Win Network is a left-leaning voter mobilization group that aims to coordinate the efforts of other left-leaning activist groups in the state of Washington. The organization is the Washington branch of State Voices, a nationwide coalition of left-leaning nonprofits that has created a voter mobilization infrastructure for liberal causes.
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    Wind Coalition

    Wind Coalition is a 501(c)(6) industry trade association created to promote the development of wind energy resources as a clean, reliable, and affordable source of energy. The Wind Coalition is the wind energy industry’s voice within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) and the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) systems.