Non-profits (Page 247)


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    Vanguard Public Foundation

    The Vanguard Public Foundation was formed in 1972 as a grantmaking foundation to support left-of-center oriented programs. The organization’s nonprofit status was suspended when it was discovered that the previous president, Hari J. Dillon, diverted funds from the organization into his own account. [1]
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    VDare

    VDare is an anti-immigration advocacy group and news site founded by Peter Brimelow. VDare is commonly considered an alt-right or white nationalist organization, though Brimelow denies the designations for himself and the group. VDare primarily operates as a “forum” and host for political commentary. [2] Its writers blame
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    Venceremos Brigade

    The Venceremos Brigade is a United States-based organization that conducts trips to Cuba in solidarity with that country’s communist government. Founded in 1969 by members of Students for a Democratic Society, it is now a fiscally-sponsored project of the Alliance for Global Justice, a 501(c)(3).
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    Vera Institute of Justice (VIJ)

    Vera Institute of Justice (VIJ) was founded in the 1960s as a project of Louis Schweitzer, an eccentric New York philanthropist and Herbert Sturz, a trustee of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations. [39] [40] Originally known as the Manhattan Bail Project, the organization was
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    Vera R. Campbell Foundation

    Vera R. Campbell Foundation is a grantmaking foundation located in Los Angeles, California. Its grants are allocated primarily to left-leaning Los Angeles-based organizations that focus on education, the arts, social services, and public policy. The foundation has no full-time employees. [58] InnerCity Struggle Vera R. Campbell Foundation is
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    Verified Voting

    Verified Voting is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that advocates against the use of electronic voting machines, instead championing the use of verified paper ballots to allegedly promote election security. [88] During the 2020 presidential election, Verified Voting participated in recount efforts in Georgia. [89] Despite claiming
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    Verified Voting Foundation

    The Verified Voting Foundation is an electoral integrity advocacy group and the partner organization of the left-of-center advocacy organization Verified Voting. The Foundation is heavily involved in promoting the use of verified paper ballots, risk-limiting audits, and other election measures around the country and frequently provides advice and consulting
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    Vermont Institute of Natural Science

    The Vermont Institute of Natural Science is a non-profit environmental education organization based in Quechee, Vermont. Its mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation.
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    Vermont Natural Resources Council

    The Vermont Natural Resources Council is a non-profit environmental advocacy group headquartered at Montpelier in the U.S. state of Vermont.
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    Vermont Workers Center

    Vermont Workers Center (known legally as Jobs With Justice Inc. Vermont Workers Center) is a labor union-aligned workplace advocacy group headquartered in Burlington, Vermont.
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    Vernon K. Krieble Foundation

    The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation is a family foundation run by the descendants of Vernon K. Krieble, inventor of the super-glue Loctite. The foundation supports a variety of center-right nonprofits and has played a role in the debate over American immigration policy. Krieble Family Vernon Krieble In 1956, Vernon Krieble,
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    Veterans for Peace

    Veterans For Peace is an organization founded in 1985. It was initially made up of US military veterans of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and other conflicts, as well as peacetime veterans and non-veterans but has since spread overseas and has a very
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    Victory 2021 Plan

    The Victory 2021 Plan is a financial strategy organized by left-of-center Democracy Alliance-connected organizations Issue One and the Piper Fund to reduce the influence of political donations by 2021. [147] Established in 2014, the Victory 2021 Plan is a project of both the Piper
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    Video the Vote

    Video the Vote is a project that was formed by Ian Inaba of Guerilla News Network and James Rucker of Color of Change in 2006. The project is run by volunteer journalists who document alleged acts of voter suppression and election irregularities and post them on the
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    Violence Policy Center (VPC)

    The Violence Policy Center (VPC) is a left-of-center organization that advocates for gun control policies. Josh Sugarmann, former communications director for the National Coalition to Ban Handguns (now the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence), formed the VPC in 1988. The organization makes most of its money from contributions and
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    Violet Jabara Charitable Trust

    The Violet Jabara Charitable Trust is a private foundation founded in 2007 by Linda K. Jacobs. The Trust is named after Jacobs’ mother, Violet “Vi” Jabara Jacobs,[207] who founded the Jacobs Family Foundation in 1988, volunteered with the American Friends Service Committee, and supported economic and educational
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    Violet World Foundations

    Violet World Foundations (VWF) is a grantmaking foundation run by investor and artist Robert Michael Scagliotti. [220] The VWF is registered in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, but most of its grants are directed toward local community support non-profits in San Francisco. The VWF donates to some left-of-center groups which
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    Virginia Civic Engagement Table

    The Virginia Civic Engagement Table is a coalition of left-of-center advocacy groups that functions as a hub for environmentalist anti-conventional energy organizations, expanded voting rights, expanded abortion, and protection of illegal immigrants. The organization is the Virginia branch of State Voices, a nationwide coalition of left-leaning nonprofits that has
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    Virginia Institute for Public Policy

    The Virginia Institute for Public Policy is a center-right nonprofit think tank that is based in Abingdon, Virginia. The institute is a member of the center-right of state-based think thanks known as the State Policy Network. It is also a member of the international center-right network of think tanks
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    Virginia Interfaith Power & Light

    Virginia Interfaith Power and Light (VAIPL), , is a left-of-center environmentalist group based in Richmond, Virginia that organizes outreach to church congregations and other religious and religious-aligned groups throughout the state of Virginia. VAIPL is administered in association with two left-leaning organizations: Interfaith Power and Light national chapter and