Non-profits (Page 4)


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    8th Amendment Project

    The 8th Amendment Project is a “strategic and targeted campaign” that works to abolish the death penalty in the United States.[1] It is organized as a fiscally sponsored project of the North Carolina-based Center for Death Penalty Litigation.[2] It is currently led by its co-founder
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    9/11 Environmental Action

    9/11 Environmental Action is an organization which works to call attention to the health risks from the debris and dust of the September 11, 2001 (“9/11”) World Trade Center terrorist attacks in New York City, New York. They also advocate for what they call a proper clean up and for
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    9/11 Truth Action Project

    9/11 Truth Action Project is an organization advancing the conspiracy theory that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 were committed by the U.S. government. It calls for a new investigation into the terrorist attacks, believing such an investigation will overturn the factual story of the 9/11 attacks;
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    9to5, National Association of Working Women

    9to5 (also known as 9to5, National Association of Working Women) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1973 in Boston during the rise of the Women’s Movement by Karen Nussbaum (now head of AFL-CIO affiliate Working America) and Ellen Cassedy.[42] The organization focuses its efforts
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    A Better Balance

    A Better Balance (ABB) is an advocacy group campaigning for increased government regulation of labor and employment, especially paid leave mandates. [52] The group is involved in left-of-center legal policy opposed both of President Trump’s nominees for the Supreme Court. [53] [54] The group
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    A Better Chicago

    A Better Chicago (ABC) is a venture philanthropy group, organized as a charitable non-profit, that currently maintains a portfolio of eleven Chicago area youth and education organizations. According to its 2017 disclosures, ABC had an annual budget of over $3.5 million. [76] ABC was founded in 2010 by
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    A is For

    A is For is a New York City-based pro-abortion rights advocacy group that also collects donations for other pro-abortion non-profits. [100] Most of its key members are prominent entertainers involved in Broadway and the larger New York arts scene; television actresses Cecily Strong and Shannon Woodward have also lent
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    A Wider Bridge

    A Wider Bridge (AWB) is a left-of-center nonprofit that focuses on promoting Jewish-oriented pro-LGBT policies related to Israel, including full state recognition of same-sex marriages in the country. The organization also opposes “demonizing and delegitimizing Israel,” promoting “constructive engagement” with the state it calls “the most important project of Jewish
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    A. Philip Randolph Educational Fund

    The A. Phillip Randolph Educational Fund (APREF) is a nonprofit organized to support the actions and goals of the larger A. Phillip Randolph Institute, which serves as an outreach group to African Americans on behalf of the AFL-CIO and organized labor unions generally. Political Activities While ostensibly an
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    A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI)

    The A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) is a 501(c)(3) “constituency group” of the AFL-CIO for African-American union members. APRI was founded in 1965, and advocates for the agenda of the AFL-CIO at the state and federal level, using litigation and legislative pressure. Organization Overview The A. Philip Randolph Institute
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    A.J. Fletcher Foundation

    The A.J. Fletcher Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports various colleges and educational charities in North Carolina. The organization also funds certain left-of-center advocacy organizations. While the A.J. Fletcher Foundation claims to mainly support The Fletcher Academy, a private school in North Carolina, and various charities, the organization gives
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    A.J. Muste Memorial Institute

    The A.J. Muste Memorial Institute is a grantmaking and sponsorship organization that supports left-wing activist groups, both in the United States and internationally. Founded by members of the War Resisters League, it is named for Abraham Johannes Muste, an early 20th century pacifist, labor organizer, and civil rights activist. The
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    A3 Research Institute

    The A3 Research Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that researches ways to implement atheist, environmentalist, and social justice principles.
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    AAPIP

    The AAPIP is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization composed of Asian American and Pacific Island communities in order to enact social change.
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    Aaron and Martha Schecter Private Foundation (SHIFT)

    The Aaron and Martha Schecter Private Foundation (also known as SHIFT) makes grants to left-of-center organizations. The Foundation founded in June 1982 in Hollywood, Florida by the family of Aaron Schecter, a Florida property developer with left-of-center political leanings. [204] [205] [206] The Aaron
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    AARP

    AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired Persons, is a lobbying group that engages in lobbying at the state, local, and federal level on a range of issues affecting older adults. AARP also has extensive business interests, including in health insurance and brand licensing. [220] AARP claims 38
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    AARP Foundation

    The AARP Foundation is the charitable, education, and litigation arm the left-leaning special interest and lobbying group AARP. In 2017, the AARP Foundation received more than $90 million in federal grant money. [268] The Foundation was established by AARP in 1996 after a federal law blocked AARP
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    ABA Fund for Justice and Education

    The Fund for Justice and Education (FJE) is a subsidiary organization of the American Bar Association (ABA). Formed as an entity that would allow the ABA to raise funds from public and private organizations, as well as individuals, the FJE funds and runs various special projects for the ABA,
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    Abelard Foundation

    The Abelard Foundation is a left-of-center family foundation created by Albert B. Wells and funded with profits from the American Optical Company in 1958. [301] The Foundation makes grants to left-of-center nonprofit start-up organizations that seek to build political power in support of left-of-center social policy. Abelard makes
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    Abell Foundation

    The Abell Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking organization operating in the state of Maryland with a focus on the city of Baltimore. The Foundation focuses on “concentrated poverty” distributing grants on issues ranging from education to environmentalism. Its president, Robert C. Embry, Jr., is a former liberal elected official