Non-profits (Page 5)


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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
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    ABFE

    ABFE is a left-of-center philanthropic organization that promotes grantmaking in black communities. The organization includes a coalition of grantmaking organizations, individual donors, and other nonprofits that work to improve conditions in African-American communities.[20] The organization began in 1971 as a volunteer organization for African-American executives. ABFE has since
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    Abigail Adams Institute

    The Abigail Adams Institute is a conservative-leaning education nonprofit that provides academic programming for Harvard and other Boston-area university students as well as young professionals in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts. [32] It is named for the former first lady Abigail Adams, a Massachusetts native. [33]
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    Abolish ICE

    Abolish ICE (or AbolishICE) is a far-left advocacy group co-founded in 2017 by Data for Progress founder Sean McElwee and LaunchProgress executive director Arielle Swernoff. The group advocates for a de facto open-borders immigration policy and demands the termination of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Background Abolish ICE is the organization leading
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    Abolitionist Teaching Network

    The Abolitionist Teaching Network (ATN) is a radical activist organization which aims to train teachers and other educators to promote far-left critical race theory ideology in the classroom. Specifically, the network instructs teachers to “disrupt Whiteness,” which it describes as one of the many “forms of oppression” which are allegedly
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    Abortion Access Force (Lady Parts Justice)

    Abortion Access Force (formerly Lady Parts Justice) is a left-of-center abortion advocacy organization. The group was previously a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4) funding and fiscal sponsorship organization managed by the Washington, D.C.-based consultancy Arabella Advisors; in 2016, it acquired nonprofit status. [78]
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    Abortion Access Front (Lady Parts Justice League)

    Abortion Access Front (formerly Lady Parts Justice League) is a left-of-center abortion advocacy group and a project of NEO Philanthropy, a funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. [84] Abortion Access Front is the 501(c)(3) arm of the 501(c)(4) lobbying group Abortion Access Force, a project of the
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    Abortion Care Network

    The Abortion Care Network (ACN) is a pro-abortion advocacy group that files amicus briefs in court cases and engages in public advocacy efforts related to preserving and extending legal protections for abortion in the United States. [90] [91] [92] Overview The Abortion Care Network
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    Abortion on Our Own Terms

    Abortion On Our Own Terms advocates for self-managed abortions (SMA), an abortion procedure involving a two-drug cocktail. [107] It is a project of Progress Florida Education Institute (PFEI), an abortion-advocacy and generally left-of-center group based in Florida. [108] In 2018, The Arabella Advisors-managed group
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    Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives

    Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives is a radical-left advocacy group that claims inspiration from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, a unit of American volunteers who fought for the Soviet Union-backed Republican faction of the Spanish Civil War against the Nazi Germany-backed Nationalist faction.
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    Abstraction Fund

    The Abstraction Fund is a grantmaking organization headquartered in New York. [120] The fund has given to a wide variety of organizations, including political and charitable groups. These include many pro-Israel groups, including the Central Fund of Israel, and American right-of-center think tanks, like the Hudson Institute and
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    Abundance Foundation

    The Abundance Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in Berkeley, California.[137] Abundance Foundation makes grants to and partners with organizations that focus on health outcomes, the arts, public education, and the environment.[138] The Abundance Foundation is headed by Stephen Kahn, a graduate of the Harvard School
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    Abyssinian Development Corporation

    The Abyssinian Development Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates community development projects in the Harlem neighborhood within New York City.
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    Academy for Educational Development

    AED, formerly the Academy for Educational Development, was a 501 nonprofit organization that focused on education, health and economic development for the “least advantaged in the United States and developing countries throughout the world.”
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    Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine

    The Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine is a healthcare focused 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides training and research into health and wellness practices.
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    Academy of Political Science

    The Academy of Political Science is an American non-profit organization and publisher devoted to cultivating non-partisan, objective analysis of political, social, and economic issues. It is headquartered in The Interchurch Center in New York City. Its current President is Demetrios James Caraley.
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    ACCE Action

    Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action is a left-of-center group that focuses on liberal housing policies including rent control. [160] ACCE Action participates in efforts to elect Democrats to office at all levels of government. Other left-wing polices ACCE Action supports include raising taxes,[161]
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    ACCE Institute

    The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Institute is a California-based  501(c)(3) nonprofit that promotes left-of-center, redistributive policies such as government-controlled healthcare, rent control, increased taxation on businesses and wealthy individuals, decreased privatization of public services, and opposition to charter schools. [187] It is closely allied with
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    Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure

    The Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure (ABC2) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research funding organization focused on the treatment of brain tumors.
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    Accelerate Change

    Accelerate Change is a left-of-center organizing group which mainly funds and provides organizational consultation services to likeminded left-of-center organizations. It is a project of the Center for Public Interest Research within the Public Interest Network, a controversial group of left-of-center advocacy organizations. Strategy Accelerate Change promotes the organizational