Non-profits (Page 6)


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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. 1 Abortion Access Front is the 501(c)(3) arm 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.
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    Abortion Fund of Ohio (AFO)

    Abortion Fund of Ohio is an abortion fund founded in 1992 as Women Have Options to provide financial assistance for women seeking an abortion, 1 including transportation, housing, and legal assistance.
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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. 1 It is a project of Progress Florida Education Institute (PFEI), an abortion-advocacy and generally left-of-center group based
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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. 1 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
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    Abundance Foundation

    The Abundance Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in Berkeley, California.1 Abundance Foundation makes grants to and partners with organizations that focus on health outcomes, the arts, public education, and the environment.
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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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    Acacia Center for Justice

    The Acacia Center for Justice is a left-of-center advocacy organization that provides legal advice and counsel to illegal immigrants, including those facing deportation proceedings. Most of the organization’s programs receive taxpayer funding through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Executive Office of Immigration Review.
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    Academic Engagement Network (AEN)

    The Academic Engagement Network (AEN) is a pro-Israel network of university educators and administrators focused on fighting antisemitism and advocating for Judaism and Israel on university campuses. It offers its members training on countering antisemitism and engaging in pro-Jewish advocacy, networking opportunities, advocacy support, and microgrants to fund campus-specific programs
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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 a nonprofit academic organization that originated as a body within Columbia University, but which became independent in the early 19th century. Since 1886, it has published Political Science Quarterly, at first with the assistance of New York-based publisher George A. Plimpton, and, since
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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. 1 ACCE Action participates in efforts to elect Democrats to office at all levels of
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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.
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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 was formerly a project of the Center for Public Interest Research within the Public Interest Network, a controversial group of left-of-center advocacy organizations, but is now an independent
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    Accelerator for America (AFA)

    Accelerator for America (AFA) is a left-of-center public policy think tank and advocacy group founded in 2017 by then-Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D). The organization acts as a forum of local government officials and works on promoting public private partnerships and research and development regarding infrastructure and workforce
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    Access Fund

    Access Fund is a left-leaning environmentalist group that advocates for free rock-climbing spaces and works to increase ethnic minority involvement in the rock-climbing community. Access Fund was founded in 1991 to protest U.S. National Park Service restrictions on using rock climbing bolts on cliffs. Since then, the group has expanded
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    Access Inc.

    Access Inc. provides job training, entrepreneurship assistance, and assistance with filing immigration-related paperwork primarily to youth and low-income people. The organization was founded in the wake of then-President Lyndon Johnson’s call for a “war on poverty.” The organization also played a role in the resettlement of refugees from Southeast Asia