Non-profits (Page 285)


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    Say Yes to Education

    Say Yes to Education was a nonprofit organization focused on increasing high-school and post-secondary graduation rates for urban youth by providing student support services from kindergarten through high school and post-secondary scholarships to eligible students. It was formed in 1987 by hedge fund manager George Weiss.
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    Scaife Family Foundation

    The Scaife Family Foundation was created by Jennie Scaife and David Scaife, the children of Richard Mellon Scaife, who was the grandnephew of industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Mellon. Though it had previously supported right-leaning policy organizations, the foundation now mostly supports animal welfare, family preservation, and addiction-recovery programs. Pittsburgh Origins
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    Scalawag

    Scalawag is a left-of-center online magazine covering the American South. It publishes articles that are critical of capitalism, Israel, and the police, and publishes numerous articles on what it is like being LGBT in the South. Scalawag has encouraged donations to the legal defense of those charged with offenses related
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    Scenic Hudson, Inc.

    Scenic Hudson, Inc. is a left-leaning climate advocacy nonprofit that is active on issues involving the Hudson River in New York. Scenic Hudson has been opposed to the use of zero carbon nuclear energy.
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    Scherman Foundation

    The Scherman Foundation is a left-of-center foundation based in New York City. The foundation focuses its giving in the areas of public policy advocacy and community organizing, predominantly to left-of-center causes and left-leaning constituencies. The foundation has six program areas: Arts, Environment, Governmental Transparency and Accountability, Human Rights and Liberties,
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    Schmid & Company

    Schmid & Company, Inc. is a left-center private foundation that funds community-oriented projects in education and health. The foundation is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    Schmidt Family Foundation

    Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and his wife, Wendy Schmidt, established the Schmidt Family Foundation in 2006. The foundation, based in Palo Alto, California, was created as a 501(c)(3) exempt private foundation. The foundation’s mission is “to advance the wiser use of energy and natural resources and to support
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    Schoellkopf Family Foundation

    Schoellkopf Family Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation that supports left-leaning advocacy groups with relatively small grants. The organization maintains no website, and tax return documents list its president, Sarah Schoellkopf, as its sole leadership faculty.
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    Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)

    SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) is a center-left coalition that advocates for low-cost educational resources and access to higher education materials and publications. The group is a project of the New Venture Fund (NVF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit managed by the Washington, D.C.-based philanthropy consulting firm Arabella
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    Scholars at Risk

    Scholars at Risk is a nonprofit advocacy group that conducts advocacy and operates programs it claims helps to promote academic freedom internationally. The most notable activity of the organization is its operation of the SAR Network, an international network of over 650 higher education institutions that provide temporary faculty positions
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    Scholars Strategy Network

    The Scholars Strategy Network (SSN) is a nationwide collective of researchers, college professors, and other academic figures which aims to influence government legislation and media coverage of the causes it supports. SSN was founded in 2011 by Harvard University sociology professor Theda Skocpol and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
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    School Choice Wisconsin (SCW)

    School Choice Wisconsin (SCW) is a non-partisan organization that promotes choice in K-12 public education in Wisconsin. SCW provides research supporting school choice programs, intending to empower parents, and liaises between schools and Wisconsin government in order to advise on programs.
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    School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL)

    The School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL) is a radical-left activist training organization based in Oakland, California. SOUL primarily provides consulting services including training on fundraising, political campaigning, grassroots activism, and protesting to other radical-left organizations which advocate for socialism and “liberation” ideologies. The organization also teaches workshops that provide
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    Schooner Foundation

    The Schooner Foundation is a nonprofit, private foundation established in 1996 by Vincent Ryan, the multimillionaire1 investment
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    Schott Foundation for Public Education

    Schott Foundation for Public Education is a grantmaking and educational-advocacy organization that aims to address disparities amongst lower income students and students of color. The organization’s grantees are principally left-of-center groups. Background Schott Foundation for Public Education was co-founded by mother and son, Lilo Leeds and Greg Jobin-Leeds, in 1991.
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    Schumann Media Center

    The Schumann Media Center (formerly the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy and the Florence and John J. Schumann Jr. Foundation) is a private foundation that gives large grants to various left-of-center nonprofits, particularly those in media. The organizations that have received the most in grants from the Media Center
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    Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy

    The Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy (SCAA) is a left-of-center think tank focused on government funding for poverty programs in New York. It advocates for legislation on government provided health insurance, mostly through Medicaid funding in New York. It also focuses on New York tax allocations for foster care,
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    Schwab Charitable Fund

    Schwab Charitable is a provider of donor-advised funds (DAF), charitable funds through which donors can direct contributions. It is operated by Charles Schwab and Co. The organization is one of many donor-advised fund providers in the United States operated by large financial institutions. The organization is the sixth-largest charitable organization
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    Science & Environment Policy Project

    The Science & Environmental Policy Project is a research and advocacy group financed by private contributions based in Arlington, Virginia in the United States. It was founded in 1990 by atmospheric physicist S. Fred Singer. SEPP disputes the prevailing scientific views of climate change and ozone depletion.
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    Science & Environmental Health Network

    The Science and Environmental Health Network is a environmental nonprofit organization.