Non-profits (Page 8)


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    ActBlue Charities

    ActBlue Charities is a pass-through organization created to facilitate donations to left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofits. It is the 501(c)(3) affiliate of the 501(c)(4) nonprofit ActBlue Civics and 527 political action committee ActBlue. ActBlue is a fundraising platform composed of three separate entities that was created to service left-wing nonprofits
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    ActBlue Civics

    ActBlue Civics is the 501(c)(4) arm of the left-of-center pass-through political action committee ActBlue and its 501(c)(3) pass-through affiliate ActBlue Charities. ActBlue Civics functions as a fundraising platform that facilitates donations to other 501(c)(4) left-leaning activist organizations.[14] Overview The ActBlue website was launched in 2004 by
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    ActBlue Technical Services

    ActBlue Technical Services (ABTS) is a left-of-center nonprofit political organization formed by ActBlue as the organization’s credit card processing arm. It helps pay for ActBlue PAC’s operational expenses. The organization was originally created in 2007 as a for-profit company called Auburn Quad, but was reorganized as ABTS in 2009.
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    ActBlue Technical Services

    ActBlue Technical Services (ABTS) is a left-of-center nonprofit political organization formed by ActBlue as the organization’s credit card processing arm, and is used to help pay for ActBlue PAC’s operational expenses. [36] The organization was originally created in 2007 as a for-profit company called Auburn Quad, but was
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    Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet

    Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet is a left-of-center environmental organization headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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    Action Center on Race & the Economy (ACRE)

    The Action Center on Race and The Economy (ACRE) is an advocacy organization that promotes left-wing economic policies. Recent campaigns have advocated for cancellation of rent payments and mortgages,[39] cancellation of student debt payments,[40] and a moratorium on corporations merging with one another.
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    Action Center on Race & the Economy Institute

    The Action Center on Race and The Economy Institute (ACRE Institute) is a left-leaning economic policy organization. It is the controlling entity of the Action Center on Race and The Economy (ACRE) a left-leaning political advocacy organization. [70] The ACRE Institute is funded by several left-leaning
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    Action Coalition on Media Education

    The Action Coalition for Media Education (“ACME”) is a left-of-center organization which under the guise of promoting so-called “media literacy” engages in efforts to shepherd individuals, and especially students, away from large scale media networks towards social media and non-corporate-owned news formats. [92] ACME was created in 2002
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    Action for a Progressive Future

    Action for a Progressive Future (also known as RootsAction)[106] is a left-of-center lobbying group that supports anti-war efforts, automatic voter registration, eliminating bail, and the political efforts of self-described socialist U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). [107] The organization and its leadership support removing President Donald
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    Action for the Republic

    Action for the Republic was a 501(c)(4) advocacy affiliate for the Fund for the Republic nonprofit, focused on restricting election-related speech activity before merging with Americans for Campaign Reform to create the nonprofit Issue One.
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    Action NC

    Action NC is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofit advocacy organization that mobilizes and trains individuals on rent controls and other increases in government social services. Biden Administration’s “Doses to the Door” Program In July 2021, President Joe Biden announced his plan for a door-to-door outreach program to ensure that the U.S.
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    Action Network

    The Action Network is an online tool for left-of-center outlets to organize, fundraise, and circulate petitions for liberal causes. Action Network was used to organize the left-of-center demonstration Women’s March, environmentalist protests against the Keystone XL pipeline, and the March for Our Lives events supporting gun control. The
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    Action Network Fund

    Action Network Fund, formerly called the Corporate Action Network (CAN), is the charitable arm of Action Network. Action Network Fund provides technology tools and strategies to left-progressive advocacy groups to help them organize and advance a left-of-center political agenda. [159] Action Network Fund started as the Corporate
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    Action Now

    Action Now is a Chicago-based worker center which developed from the ACORN network of left-wing activist groups after ACORN folded in 2010. Background Fight for $15 Action Now was deeply involved in the initial development of the Fight for $15 campaign; reports indicated that the Service
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    Action Now Initiative

    The Action Now Initiative is a center-left advocacy nonprofit created by liberal donors John and Laura Arnold in 2012. [173] It is closely associated with two more grantmaking organizations funded by the Arnolds, the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and the for-profit Arnold Ventures. Funding Financial
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    Action Together New Jersey

    Action Together New Jersey is a left-of-center mobilizing and advocacy group and the New Jersey state affiliate of the Action Together Network.
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    ACTION United

    This organization goes by a “doing business as” name; the formal name of the organization is “Pennsylvania Communities Organizing for Change.”
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    Active Minds

    Active Minds Inc (Active Minds) is nonprofit organization that is composed of over 600 chapters at colleges and high schools in America. The chapters provide mental health support, advocacy, and community engagement to the schools. [176] Active Minds’ chapter organization are responsible for raising their own funds but
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    Acton Institute

    The Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty is a non-partisan think tank that promotes free market principles and individual liberty based on Judeo-Christian beliefs. The Acton Institute conducts academic research, organizes seminars, and produces publications that connect religious virtues with free market economics. [197] The
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    Actors’ Fund of America

    The Actors Fund of America is a charitable organization that supports performers and behind-the-scenes workers in performing arts and entertainment, helping more than 17,000 people directly each year.