Non-profits (Page 260)


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    R Street Institute

    The R Street Institute is a public policy think tank based in Washington, D.C., that was spun off from the right-of-center and Chicago-based Heartland Institute in 2012.
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    R.I.S.E. Together North Carolina

    RISE Together NC is a progressive activism coalition based in North Carolina.
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    Raben Impact

    Raben Impact is a project of the progressive incubation firm Resource Impact that provides support to left-progressive social policy movements. It is owned by the Raben Group, a progressive activist lobbying group formed by Robert Raben, a former deputy attorney general under President Bill Clinton.
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    Rabinowitz Foundation

    The Rabinowitz Foundation is a 501(c)(3)-PF founded in 2003 to improve quality of life for children.1
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    Race Forward (Applied Research Center)

    Race Forward (also known as Applied Research Center) is a left-of-center organization that advocates for a variety of racial and identity-based issues. The organization hosts conferences in support of left-progressive racial and identity-politics efforts, publishes the magazine and online media outlet Colorlines, and co-sponsors the Government Alliance on Race
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    Rachel Carson Council

    Rachel Carson Council (RCC) is an environmentalist advocacy organization that writes reports on various industries and advocates for left-of-center policies based on its own work and that of other environmentalist groups. RCC engages in advocacy based around regulating and opposing certain agriculture and farming practices such as pesticide use and
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    Rachel’s Network

    Rachel’s Network is a network of female funders of environmentalist projects that works as a fundraiser to advance advocacy on left-of-center immigration, environmental, and biological issues. Winsome McIntosh, the president of the McIntosh Foundation, founded Rachel’s Network. The organization signed a petition supporting the Green New Deal.
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    RadicalxChange

    RadicalxChange is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofit that promotes “plural” concepts for the economy and politics.
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    Ragtag

    Ragtag is a group of left-of-center programmers and lawyers who volunteer to provide technical development and support for left-wing groups. As of 2018, the group has over 600 volunteers. 1 Ragtag is structured as a nonprofit LLC.
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    Ragtag Education Fund

    The Ragtag Education Fund is the 501(c)(3) sister organization of Ragtag which helps organize tech volunteers to assist left-progressive political causes.1
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    Ragtag Volunteers Community and Education Fund

    Ragtag Volunteers Community and Education Fund is the sister-group of Ragtag, an consisting of tech and legal experts who volunteer to provide technical services to left-of-center advocacy groups. Structure Ragtag Volunteers Community and Education Fund has no website, and no public disclosures are available on the IRS website
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    Raikes Foundation

    The Raikes Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation that financially supports youth-serving institutions focused on areas of education and youth homelessness. The Raikes Foundation has joined with other left-of-center organizations in taking a public stance denouncing and criticizing President Donald Trump.
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    Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

    The Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is a left-leaning environmentalist organization that advocates against businesses which produce conventional energy sources (such as oil and natural gas), paper products, and consumer goods. Founded in 1985, RAN frequently ties its mission to the identity politics common on the American Left.
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    Rainforest Foundation

    The Rainforest Foundation is a left-progressive 501(c)(3) organization which advocates for preserving rainforests and indigenous land.1
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    Raise Up Missouri

    Raise Up Missouri was a left-of-center nonprofit created in 2017 to support the successful campaign to raise Missouri’s statewide minimum wage in 2018 (Proposition B). The proposal set the state’s minimum wage increase to $12 per hour by 2023.
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    Raising Child Care Fund

    The Raising Child Care Fund is a grant making organization within the Early Childhood Funder’s Collaborative, which is fiscally sponsored by Third Sector New England. The fund raises grants from donor organizations and then regrants that money to left-of-center local activist groups focused on women and children’s issues.
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    Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need

    The National Women’s Health Network is a non-profit women’s health advocacy organization located in Washington, D.C.. It was founded in 1975 by Barbara Seaman, Alice Wolfson, Belita Cowan, Mary Howell, M.D., and Phyllis Chesler, Ph.D.
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    Raleigh Immigration Law Firm

    The Raleigh Immigration Law Firm is a small immigration legal group in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is run by immigration attorney Beckie Moriello. 1 It was a signatory of the April 6th,
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    Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation

    The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation is a private grant making foundation that was created when Ralph C. Wilson Jr., former owner of the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills, decided to sell the football franchise.
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    Ralph M Parsons Foundation

    Ralph M. Parsons Foundation is a grant-making organization that operates in Los Angeles County founded by construction magnate Ralph Parsons. While much of the organization’s donations are to apolitical community groups, it has funded some programs at left-of-center groups, notably the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC).  Founding and History The