Non-profits (Page 263)


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    Policy Impact

    Policy Impact is a left-of-center organization that serves as a fiscal sponsor for donations and disbursements of individuals and foundations to other entities. 1 Based in Berkeley, California, the organization also coordinates various education and policy
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    Policy Matters Ohio

    Policy Matters Ohio is a left-of-center advocacy group and policy research organization founded in January 2000 focusing on the state of Ohio. The group advocates for left-of-center state-level policies in Ohio through research, media work, and policy papers.
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    PolicyLink

    PolicyLink is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that seeks to increase entitlement spending, increase public participation in government-controlled health care and entitlement programs, and oppose election integrity laws. Finances In 2018, PolicyLink received $10,219,323 in contributions
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    PolicyLink Equity Action

    PolicyLink Equity Action Network is the advocacy arm of PolicyLink. It supports its programs and extends its advocacy by campaigning for left-of-center candidates aligned with PolicyLink’s programs. 1
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    PolicyLink Equity Action Network

    PolicyLink Equity Action Network is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit affiliated with PolicyLink.
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    Poligon Educational Fund

    Poligon Educational Fund is a left-of-center advocacy group focused on issues of interest to Muslim Americans.
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    Polinger-Cohen Charitable Foundation

    The Polinger-Cohen Charitable Foundation is a left-of-center grantmaking organization located in California. The foundation has supported a variety of left of center organizations, including the National Immigration Law Center and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The foundation has also funded abortions by funding the Women’s Rights Reproductive Assistance
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    Political Forum Institute

    The Political Forum Institute is a right-leaning blog and content publisher that was founded by former Prudential Securities investment bankers Steve Soukup and Mark Melcher as a project of the right-leaning advocacy group the American Principles Project Foundation and its affiliated American Principles Project. The organization focuses on
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    Political Research Associates (PRA)

    Political Research Associates (PRA) is a left-wing “social justice think tank” which seeks to advance left-progressive and critical race theory-aligned thinking and action.1 PRA opposes the political right,
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    Polk Brothers Foundation

    Polk Brothers Foundation (Polk Brothers) is a grantmaking foundation based in Chicago. Polk Brothers Foundation was established by the owners of the Polk Brothers Furniture Company to provide grants and assistance in education, health care, and the arts. Polk Brothers has funded left-of-center racial-policy-related programs and organizations. History The Polk
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    Pollination Project

    The Pollination Project is a far-left funder of start-up “social change” projects in the United States and overseas.
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    Pollinator Partnership

    The Pollinator Partnership is an organization dedicated to the environmentalist agenda of preserving animal pollinators through educational efforts and conservation. 1 The organization was founded in the late 1990s by Paul Growald, a philanthropist and entrepreneur
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    Pollyanna

    Pollyanna is a consulting organization based in New York City that contracts with K-12 private schools to develop curricula and teacher trainings around critical race theory. The organization consults on behalf of many of the nation’s most prestigious private K-12 schools with a current roster of over 75 clients.
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    Pop Culture Collaborative

    The Pop Culture Collaborative is an coalition of several large philanthropic partners, that promotes left-of-center visions of diversity and plurality in American popular culture. Part of this promotional agenda is to use pop culture as a medium for challenging cultural narratives through art. It is a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller
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    Pop Tech Institute

    The Pop Tech Institute is a global network which facilitates collaboration in the tech industry.1
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    Popplestone Foundation

    The Popplestone Foundation is a grantmaking foundation founded by Alan Dworsky and his wife, Suzanne, that funds left-of-center advocacy organizations. 1 Notable grantees include Americans United for
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    Popular Resistance

    Popular Resistance is a radical-left organization and information resource operated by Green Party activists that campaigns for anti-capitalist policies through nonviolent action. It is fiscally sponsored by the Alliance for Global Justice, a sponsorship organization for a number of left-of-center and radical-left advocacy groups. Background In January 2011,
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    Population Action International (PAI)

    Population Action International (PAI) is an international non-governmental organization that distributes aid to developing countries and provides them with access to contraception and abortion services. In addition to making contraception and abortion procedures more widely available in the developing world, PAI also has developed a global health-care system in the
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    Population Association of America

    The Population Association of America (PAA) is a left-of-center population control advocacy group headquartered in Washington, D.C.
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    Population Connection (Zero Population Growth)

    Population Connection is a left-leaning nonprofit advocacy group that supports global population control policies. The organization was founded in 1968 as Zero Population Growth by environmentalist and population control activist Paul Ehrlich directly following the publication of his controversial 1968 book, The Population Bomb. The organization affirms that population