Non-profits (Page 4)


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    350 Triangle

    350 Triangle is a left-wing environmentalist group located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The group aims to eliminate conventional energy sources in North Carolina and supports the Green New Deal, a proposal to expand government control of the economy on environmentalist pretexts.
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    350 Ventura County Climate Hub

    350 Ventura County Climate Hub is a left-of-center environmentalist group located in Ventura County, California. The group aims to eliminate conventional energy sources in California and supports the Green New Deal, a proposal to expand government control of the economy on environmentalist pretexts.
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    350.org (National)

    350.org is a large environmentalist activist organization that has a presence in 188 countries. Focused on online campaigning, 350.org opposes new oil, gas, and coal exploration and development and calls for “[revoking] the “social license” of the fossil fuel industry and “[taking] money out of the companies that are heating
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    444S Foundation

    The 444S Foundation is an environmentalist grantmaking organization associated with the family of the late former Sierra Club president Edgar Wayburn.
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    482 Forward

    482 Forward (482F) is a left-of-center organization based in Detroit that advocates for left-of-center education policy, including increased public school funding and greater influence for labor unions within the public school system. 1 482F has opposed charter
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    500 Women Scientists

    500 Women Scientists is a left-of-center environmentalist and political activism organization that advocates for women’s equality in science and technology fields of work. The organization was founded by Jane Zelikova and Kelly Ramirez, both environmental scientists and left-of-center activists. Open Letter from and to Female Scientists 500 Women Scientists was
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    5050 Congress

    5050 Congress is a left-of-center 501(c)(4) advocacy group which advocates for gender equality in Congress.
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    50CAN

    50CAN (Coalition for Achievement Now) is a Washington, D.C.-based education advocacy group.  In 2016, 50CAN merged with Students First, an education advocacy group formed by former chancellor of D.C. Public Schools Michelle Rhee.
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    50CAN Action Fund

    The 50CAN Action Fund is the lobbying nonprofit affiliate of the left-of-center education advocacy group 50CAN. 50CAN Action Fund was formed in 2012 by Marc Magee and other members of the 50CAN board to advocate for political causes related to education reform. The group has been involved in local school
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    60 Plus Association

    The 60 Plus Association is an American seniors’ advocacy organization founded in 1992 and based in Alexandria, Virginia. Its stated purpose is to promote solutions to seniors’ issues that are grounded in free markets, less government, and less taxes.
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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
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    8th Day Center For Justice

    The 8th Day Center for Justice was a left-of-center ostensibly Catholic-aligned organization that promoted anti-war views, increased government control over the economy, and left-progressive views on civil rights and civil liberties. The organization held many views that contradicted traditional Catholic teachings, including outright anti-capitalism, support for left-of-center gay and transgender
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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.
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    A Better Balance (ABB)

    A Better Balance (ABB) is an advocacy group campaigning for increased government regulation of labor and employment, especially paid leave mandates. 1 The group is involved in left-of-center legal policy opposed both of President Trump’s
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    A Better Chance

    A Better Chance (ABC) is a program that identifies and places select ethnic minority students in grades 4 through 9 into one of more than 200 college preparatory schools, with the intent to create more diversity in those graduating from elite colleges and universities. ABC is a nonprofit funded by
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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.
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    A Better Wisconsin Together (ABWT)

    A Better Wisconsin Together (ABWT) is a communications hub for left-of-center issues and advocacy in the state of Wisconsin. It publishes messages on social media and funds ads on television and radio to promote liberal views. At its start it merged with One Wisconsin Now and became a
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    A Continuous Charity

    A Continuous Charity, also known as A Continuous Charity Foundation, is a left-of-center organization that distributes funds to Muslim students across the United States. Funds provided to students are interest-free loans, distributed based on what the Foundation characterizes as the “merit, need, community involvement, Islamic awareness, and location,” of the