Non-profits (Page 259)


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    Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity

    Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE) is a project of the left-of-center Tides Foundation that is focused on promoting so-called “intersectional” social and racial ideologies by educating philanthropic organizations on giving to advance left-of-center racial policies.
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    Philanthropic Ventures Foundation

    The Philanthropic Ventures Foundation is a nonprofit based in Oakland, California that gives grants to support the arts, housing and the environment focused on the San Francisco Bay Area. 1 The foundation approves
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    Philanthropy Connection

    Philanthropy Connection is a left-progressive 501(c)(3) organization which coordinates and encourages philanthropy from female donors.1
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    Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE)

    Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE), formerly known as the Grantmakers Forum for Community and National Service, serves as a “philanthropic laboratory” that engages in research and activism experiments to derive best practices for civil engagement advocacy. As of April 2020, PACE has 58 members, many of which are left-of-center
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    Philanthropy Northwest

    Philanthropy Northwest is a network of charitable organizations that promotes left-of-center causes in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. The network receives funding through both government grants and donations from corporations including Microsoft, Boeing, and JP Morgan Chase. The philanthropic consulting organization Arabella Advisors, which manages four major
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    Philanthropy Roundtable

    The Philanthropy Roundtable is a non-profit organization that supports and advises philanthropists to strengthen a free American society. The Roundtable aims to protect philanthropic freedom and advance liberty, opportunity, and personal responsibility. 1
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    Philos Project

    Philos Project works to build a community of Christian leaders from different backgrounds and denominations to promote Christian engagement in the Middle East. 1 Philos Project promotes positive Christian engagement in the region by training
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    Phoebus Fund

    The Phoebus Fund is a private foundation based in Vermont. While the Fund was founded with a broader focus on various causes, since 2000 the majority of its annual grantmaking has gone to fund the Bread and Roses Community Fund, a Philadelphia-based criminal justice activist group.
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    Phoenix Houses

    Phoenix Houses is a network of treatment centers and local organizations across the United States that offer rehabilitation services for those suffering from substance abuse. 1
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    Phoenix Indian Center

    The Phoenix Indian Center is a nonprofit that provides services for the American Indian population in the metropolitan Phoenix area. The center was formed in 1947 by Leon Grant, a member of the Omaha tribe, and it is the oldest, continuing American Indian center in the United States.
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    Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM)

    Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is an advocacy group for strict vegan diets.
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    Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)

    Physicians for a National Health Program is a left-of-center advocacy group that supports a government-run single-payer health care system for the United States. The organization operates in two capacities: as a research group that publishes studies supporting government-run healthcare and as an activism arm for building support for such policies.
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    Physicians for Human Rights

    Physicians for Human Rights is a US-based not-for-profit human rights NGO that uses medicine and science to document and advocate against mass atrocities and severe human rights violations around the world.
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    Physicians For Reproductive Health

    Physicians For Reproductive Health is a left-of-center abortion advocacy nonprofit.
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    Physicians for Social Responsibility

    Physicians for Social Responsibility is the largest physician-led organization in the US working to protect the public from the threats of nuclear proliferation, climate change, and environmental toxins. The group is opposed to the use of zero carbon nuclear energy.
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    PICO California

    PICO California is a left-of-center advocacy coalition comprised of local religious groups in California that advocates for left-of-center policies on racial policy, economic issues, and education. In July of 2020, the Sandler Foundation announced that it would be donating $200 million to so-called “racial justice” organizations in response to
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    Piedmont Environmental Council

    The Piedmont Environmental Council is a 501(c)(3) organization which advocates for environmental issues and economic development in Virginia’s Piedmont region.1
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    Piedmont Rising

    Piedmont Rising is a left-of-center funding and advocacy organization that has received substantial funding from the left-wing Sixteen Thirty Fund. Though Piedmont Rising was active in North Carolina’s 2020 U.S. Senate elections, it is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Piedmont Rising spent over $2 million in the 2020 election cycle
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    Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich Foundation

    The Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich Foundation is a 501(c)(3)-PF which is based in Carmel, Indiana.1
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    Pilkington Anglo-Japanese Cultural Foundation

    The Pilkington Anglo-Japanese Cultural Foundation, more commonly known as the Pilkington Foundation, is a British grantmaking foundation. While the group’s ostensible purpose is to promote British culture in Japan and Japanese culture in Great Britain, it was one of the founding sponsors of the now-defunct religious-targeted environmentalist group Alliance