Non-profits (Page 244)


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    Z Smith Reynolds Foundation

    The North Carolina-based Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR)[1] utilizes legacy monies from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco fortune to fund North Carolina-based liberal agendas and organizations. It is one of numerous foundations created in whole or part with Reynolds trust funds, including the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation,
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    Zellerbach Family Foundation

    The Zellerbach Family Foundation is the San Francisco-based private foundation of Thomas and Nancy Zellerbach, wealthy left-leaning lawyers in California. The foundation primarily makes small grants to activist groups that provide legal and humanitarian assistance to immigrant communities. [17]
  • Non-profit

    Zero for Zeros

    Zero for Zeros is an LGBT-issues-focused activist campaign that has the goal of pressuring companies that have LGBT-friendly corporate policies to stop contributing to the campaigns of candidates that do not align with the ideological positions of the Human Rights Campaign, the prominent LGBT-interest organization that scores members of
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    ZERO TO THREE

    Zero to Three (stylized ZERO TO THREE) is a  501(c)(3) that advocates for policy change in early childhood development.
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    ZeroDivide Foundation

    ZeroDivide, founded in the late 1990s, began as a grant-making organization focused on bringing technology to low-income populations and later transitioned into a nonprofit consulting firm advising other nonprofits. The organization went from receiving millions of dollars in grants at its height, to closing its doors in 2016 amid allegations