Non-profits (Page 295)


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    Start Small

    Start Small is the grantmaking LLC fund of Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey. 1 Dorsey announced in April 2020 that he would be giving $1 billion of his equity in his company Square, or 28
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    State and Local Legal Center

    State and Local Legal Center (SLLC) is a legal policy advocacy group that supports the advocacy of state and local governments before federal appellate courts, especially the Supreme Court of the United States. It files amicus (“friend-of-the-court”) briefs to the Supreme Court on behalf of state and local governments.
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    State Armor

    State Armor was founded in early 2024 to help states enact policies to combat the influence of the People’s Republic of China and other adversaries of the United States.
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    State Court Justice Project

    The State Court Justice Project is a project of the left-of-center judicial policy advocacy group Alliance for Justice. 1 Alliance for Justice is a legal policy coalition best known for its Judicial Selection Project,
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    State Education Resource Center

    The State Education Resource Center (SERC) is a quasi-public agency based in Connecticut that was created under state law to serve the Connecticut Board of Education. Its employees are not state employees. 1 SERC
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    State Engagement Fund

    The State Engagement Fund is a left-of-center 501(c)(4) advocacy organization that funnels money to select left-wing groups. Observers have characterized State Engagement Fund as a “dark money” organization, since by law it does not have to disclose its donors.
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    State Engagement Initiative (Democracy Alliance)

     The State Engagement Initiative (SEI) is a left-of-center voter mobilization group founded by the Democracy Alliance and funded by the Sixteen Thirty Fund. SEI worked to promote left-of-center and “progressive” policy in key states pertaining to the 2020 general election, including Pennsylvania which spent money to “establish a progressive majority
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    State Financial Officers Foundation

    State Financial Officers Foundation is an organization made up of state auditors, controllers, or treasurers that promotes free markets and fiscally responsible public policy while opposing the use of Environmental, Social, and Corporate governance (ESG) principles in investment decision for public pensions. As of late 2022, the organization has
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    State Infrastructure Fund (SIF)

    The State Infrastructure Fund (SIF) is a donor collaborative and project of the left-of-center fiscal clearinghouse NEO Philanthropy launched in 2010. The SIF is one of several “funder collaboratives,” which NEO describes as tools for “connecting donors with aligned values to support work they could not fund as effectively
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    State Innovation Exchange (SIX)

    The State Innovation Exchange (SiX) was founded in late 2014 to promote the progressive agenda at the state level amid substantial losses for progressives in state legislative elections. A merger of several progressive organizations, including the American Legislative Issue Campaign Exchange (ALICE), the Progressive States Network (PSN) and its affiliated
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    State Policy Network (SPN)

    The State Policy Network (SPN) is a network of 167 conservative and libertarian think tanks throughout the United States and Canada. The SPN coordinates efforts to support policy goals, raise funds, and amplify the influence of its members. The SPN was run by Byron Lamm from its founding in 1992
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    State Power Fund

    The State Power Fund (SPF) is a nonprofit formed in 2022 focused on government-funded poverty relief and voter mobilization. Its leadership consists of numerous left-wing activists with histories of racial-policy advocacy. Leadership Doran Schrantz Doran Schrantz is the chair of the State Power Fund’s board. She is the executive director
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    State Priorities Partnership (SSP)

    The State Priorities Partnership (SPP), originally known as the State Fiscal Analysis Initiative, 1 is a network of left-of-center think tanks organized under the Center on Budget and
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    State Victory Fund

    The State Victory Fund is a joint initiative of the Democracy Alliance and the Committee on States to win control of the redistricting process.
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    State Voices

    State Voices is a left-of-center advocacy group founded in 2008. 1 State Voices connects advocacy and activist organizations to each other so they can collaborate in “state tables” on mutual policy goals.
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    States Newsroom (Newsroom Network)

    States Newsroom (formerly the Newsroom Network) consists of a number of left-of-center media outlets that cover state-level politics and policy and a Washington, D.C. bureau that claims to focus on congressional delegations and key Supreme Court decisions that specifically affect the states. Before 2019, the Newsroom Network was a fiscally
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    States United Action

    States United Action is the lobbying arm of the States United Democracy Center, a left-leaning election law organization that was founded in 2020 as the Voter Protection Program (not to be confused with the Voter Protection Project, another left-leaning election advocacy organization). The organization supports legislation to loosen
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    States United Democracy Center

    The States United Democracy Center is a left-leaning election law organization that was founded in 2020 as the Voter Protection Program (not to be confused the Voter Protection Project, another left-leaning election advocacy organization). The organization was founded as one of many organizing coalitions and left-leaning strategy groups
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    States United to Prevent Gun Violence

    States United To Prevent Gun Violence is a non-profit coalition of state organizations advocating for gun control policies.
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    StayWoke

    StayWoke (or Stay Woke) is a left-wing organization and digital accelerator that grew out of the Black Lives Matter campaigning and demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri after the police-involved shooting death of Michael Brown. The organization was founded and is led by left-wing activists involved in promoting protests against police,