Non-profit

Voter Registration Project

Location:

WASHINGTON, DC

Tax ID:

26-4802468

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2019):

Revenue: $43,767,638
Expenses: $13,407,849
Assets: $33,271,025

Formation:

1986 (as “Voting for America”)

Type:

Left-wing voter turnout group

President:

Ilona Prucha

Latest Filing:

2020 Form 990

The Voter Registration Project is a voter mobilization group which targets African-American, Latino, Native American, low-income, and other voter groups likely to lean left-of-center. The organization claims to be non-partisan, but is run by individuals with long-standing connections to left-of-center non-profits, including the AFL-CIO labor union federation, George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, and the State Voices network of liberal state-level advocacy groups. [1] It also works to promote voting within blocs that tend to support the Democratic Party by giving grants to numerous left-of-center nonprofit groups.

Between 2016 and 2020, the Voter Registration Project and its sister organizations, the Voter Registration Project Education Fund and Register America, distributed over $116 million in grants to state level left-leaning activism organizations, mostly in poltical battleground states, to fund nominally “nonpartisan” voter registration activities.

The organization began as Voting for America in 1986 but was reformed as the Voter Registration Project in 2015.

Leadership

The Voter Registration Project is led by individuals with histories of working for left-of-center advocacy groups.

Ilona Prucha

Current President Ilona Prucha, is a senior program officer at Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, and is a co-chair of the Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP). [2] Prucha assumed the position of VRP president in 2018.

John Yang

Current treasurer, John C. Yang, is the president of Asian Americans Advancing Justice and was formerly a trade adviser to the Commerce Secretary, Penny Pritzker, during the Obama administration. [3]

Isaiah Castilla

Board member Isaiah Castilla is a managing director at Arabella Advisors, and has previously worked as the general counsel for the Democracy Fund and Bolder Advocacy, a project of the Alliance for Justice. Castilla has also worked as the finance director of several PAC’s supporting Democratic gubernatorial candidates. [4]

Matt Singer

Board member Matt Singer is the founder of National Voter Registration Day, a nonprofit organization and civic holiday created to encourage voter registration. Singer is a partner at Impactual, a left-of-center political consulting firm, and has previously worked at left-leaning voter mobilization groups like the Movement Voter Project, the Alliance for Youth Action, and Forward Montana. [5]

Bill Vandenberg

Secretary Bill Vandenberg has over 20 years of experience working for left-of-center political advocacy organizations. [6]

In 1996, Vandenberg co-founded the Colorado Progressive Coalition, a state-based left-of-center advocacy group which supports expanded government healthcare provisions and anti-discrimination laws. [7]  Vandenberg was an “award-winning state-based advocate, anti-racism activist, coalition builder, ballot initiative strategist, political organizer,”[8] as he was co-director of the organization until 2008.

Vandenberg left the Colorado Progressive Coalition to serve numerous roles at the Open Society Foundations, the George Soros-backed network of more than 20 nonprofits dedicated to supporting left-of-center causes. Vandenberg works as the director of Special Initiatives and Partnerships at OSF. [9]

Vandenberg also serves on the Advisory Boards for numerous left-of-center voter advocacy groups: the Youth Engagement Fund, Youth Engagement Action Fund,[10] and the State Engagement Initiative. [11]

Betsy Lin

Campaign director, Betsy Lin, previously worked as a staffer for multiple Democratic campaign committees. From 2013 to 2018, Lin worked as the Chief of Staff for Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI). Lin has previously worked as a senior staffer for several other Democratic politicians, and as the deputy political director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. [12] In March 2020, Lin was a featured speaker at a Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) webinar concerning voter registration, where she was described as an affiliate of “EVC.” [13]

Former Leadership

Since 2015 the Voter Registration Project has experienced a high rate of turnover among its board members and key employees, many of whom are high-profile figures in left-leaning political circles.

Jeff Malachowsky

Former president Jeff Malachowsky has worked for numerous left-of-center nonprofits for over twenty years. [14][15]  He was the co-founder of Oregon Voice, a member of the State Voices Network, a left-of-center community activism organization which rallies grass-root organizations for progressive causes. [16] Malachowski also co-founded the Western States Center, a left-of-center group focused on community organizing to support progressive political goals. [17] Additionally he sat on the board of the Oregon Bus Project Foundation (now called Next Up), a Portland-based left-of-center voter advocacy group. [18]

For over seven years until 2018, Malachowsky’s primary job was program director at the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund,[19] a secretive left-of-center grantmaking foundation created by three hedge fund billionaires: Andrew Shechtel, David Gelbaum and C. Frederick Taylor. [20]

Along with his work at the president of the Voter Registration Project, Malachowsky worked with other left-of-center nonprofits. [21] He sits on the Board of Directors of the Penny Family Fund, a grantmaking foundation which supports environmentalist causes. Malachowsky also was a founding co-director of and continues to sit on the board of directors for the National Institute on Money in State Politics, a nonprofit that tracks campaign finance in state-level campaigns that is funded by numerous major left-of-center nonprofits, including the Ford Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation. [22]

Lauren Groh-Wargo

Lauren Groh-Wargo was Voter Registration Project’s treasurer until 2017, when she was hired by now-former Georgia State Rep. Stacey Abrams (D-Atlanta) to run Abrams’s Georgia gubernatorial campaign. After Abrams lost to Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA), Groh-Wargo became CEO of Fair Fight Action, a left-of-center voter rights advocacy group founded by Abrams. [23]

Katherine Peck

Former board Member Katherine Peck was the Senior Vice President of the left-of-center Civic Participation Action Fund [24] and Chairwoman of the Board of State Voices. Peck is also a board member of the Advancement Project,[25] and is on the Advisory Boards of the Latino Engagement Fund and the Latino Action Engagement Fund. [26]

Steve Rosenthal

Board Member Steve Rosenthal is an experienced political consultant who works with labor unions, Democratic candidates, and left-of-center organizations. Rosenthal was the Political Director of the AFL-CIO from 1995-2002, the largest federation of American unions. In 2003, he received $142 million from George Soros to launch a massive voter mobilization campaign against George W. Bush’s presidential reelection efforts through the America Coming Together PAC. Since 2004, Rosenthal has worked for the left-of-center voter mobilization nonprofits, Working for Us Pac and the Atlas Project. [27]

In 2015, Rosenthal founded his own for-profit consulting group, The Organizing Group, which leverages his connections with left-wing donors and organizations to mobilize voting for Democratic campaigns. [28]

Kimberly Rogers

Campaign director Kimberly Rogers is also the only known employee of the Voter Engagement Fund, a nominally nonpartisan voter advocacy group formed by the New Venture Fund to bolster left-of-center political causes. [29] In 2016, Rogers was a featured speaker at a Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) seminar on voter registration, though she was listed as a representative of “Everybody Votes.” The Seminar featured State Voices then-president, Roger Vann, and was moderated by VRP secretary Bill Vandenberg. [30]

Funding

Donors to the Voter Registration Project Network

Since 2016 the Voter Registration Project, and its affiliates, Voter Registration Project Education Fund and Register America, have received over $150 million in funding from a variety of left-leaning organizations, private foundations, and. Below is a table detailing known grantors to the Voter Registration Project and its network of sister organizations.

Granting OrganizationGrant RecipientYear Amount
AFSCMEVoter Registration Project2016$250,000
Civic Participation Action FundRegister America2016$2,000,000
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project2017$2,500,000
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2018$2,500,000
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project2019$2,510,000
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2019$4,125,000
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project2020$6,538,450
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2020$5,500,000
Foundation to Promote Open SocietyVoter Registration Project2019$3,000,000
Foundation to Promote Open SocietyVoter Registration Project2018$1,000,000
Foundation to Promote Open SocietyVoter Registration Project2017$1,000,000
Foundation to Promote Open SocietyVoter Registration Project2016$1,000,000
Hopewell FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2016$3,724,000
Hopewell FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2017$2,940,000
Hopewell FundVoter Registration Project Education Fund2018$196,000
Hopewell FundVoter Registration Project2019$1,000,000
ImpactAssetsVoter Registration Project2019$750,000
JPB FoundationVoter Registration Project2018$500,000
JPB FoundationVoter Registration Project2019$1,500,000
League of Conservation Voters Education FundVoter Registration Project2019$4,000,000
League of Conservation Voters Education FundVoter Registration Project2018$3,750,000
League of Conservation Voters Education FundVoter Registration Project2017$1,000,000
League of Conservation Voters Education FundVoter Registration Project2016$1,000,000
NEO PhilanthropyVoter Registration Project2018$500,000
New Venture FundVoter Registration Project2018$6,925,000
New Venture FundVoter Registration Project2019$1,000,000
NextGen Climate ActionVoter Registration Project2016$500,000
Proteus FundVoter Registration Project2016$2,500,000
Proteus FundVoter Registration Project2017$2,500,000
Proteus FundVoter Registration Project2018$3,500,000
Proteus FundVoter Registration Project2019$5,000,000
SEIURegister America2017$250,000
SEIURegister America2016$1,000,000
Silicon Valley Community FoundationVoter Registration Project2019$2,476,000
Silicon Valley Community FoundationVoter Registration Project Education Fund2019$150,000
Susan Thompson Buffett FoundationVoter Registration Project2019$999,354
Susan Thompson Buffett FoundationVoter Registration Project2018$1,000,893
Susan Thompson Buffett FoundationVoter Registration Project2017$1,006,067
Susan Thompson Buffett FoundationVoter Registration Project2016$1,000,235
Tides FoundationVoter Registration Project2019$850,000
Wallace H. Coulter FoundationVoter Registration Project2019$1,000,000
Wallace H. Coulter FoundationVoter Registration Project Education Fund2019$400,000
Wallace H. Coulter FoundationVoter Registration Project2018$100,0000
Wallace H. Coulter FoundationVoter Registration Project2017$1,000,000
Wallace H. Coulter FoundationVoter Registration Project2016$1,000,000
Total 2016-2020$87,840,999

Grantmaking

The Voter Registration Project gives grants to left-of-center organizations seeking to mobilize voters to support Democratic candidates. [31]

New Virginia Majority Education Fund, the education-wing of the far-left associated voter mobilization group New Virginia Majority, received $820,000. New Florida Majority, a far-left associated voter mobilization group, received $148,204. [32] Both New Virginia Majority and New Florida Majority are members of the State Power Caucus, a radical-left-influenced network of state-level left-progressive organizing groups. [33]

State Voices Network, another left-of-center community activism organization which rallies state-level organizations for progressive causes, received $653,295. ProGeorgia State Table, a member of the State Voices Network, received $234,810. [34]

A number of North Carolina organizations received Voter Registration Project grants. Blueprint NC, a network of 41 nonprofits advocating for left-progressive policy,[35] received $145,255; North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute, a “constituency group” of the AFL-CIO, received $128,946; [36] Action Institute North Carolina, a community organizing group dedicated to increasing government benefits for low-income communities,[37] received $70,221; People’s Alliance Fund, a grantmaking fund which supports higher minimum wage laws and left-progressive voter outreach in North Carolina, received $61,575; and North Carolina Public Interest Research Group Education Fund, the education-wing of the NCPIRG Citizen Lobby, the North Carolina branch of Ralph Nader’s network of advocacy groups, received $20,360. [38]

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, the education-wing of Mi Familia Vota, a Hispanic voter mobilization group, received $262,190. [39] Hispanic Federation, an advocacy group that supports more government benefits for Hispanic Americans, received $58,580. [40] One Arizona, a voter mobilization group that targets ethnic and racial minorities,[41] received $342,031. [42] GALEO Latino Community Development Fund, a Latino community group which registers Latino voters,[43] received $8,100. [44]

New Georgia Group, another voter-advocacy group founded by Stacey Abrams,[45] received $86,426. [46] Georgia Standup, an education organization that promotes housing subsidies, labor unions, and government benefits,[47] received $48,204. [48] 9 to 5 Georgia, a women’s advocacy group which supports labor regulations that favor women,[49] received $43,123. [50] Georgia Coalition for People’s Agenda, a voting rights advocacy group,[51] received $34,375. [52]

Organize Florida Education Fund, an activist-training organization, received $61,842. [53] Engage Miami Civic Fund, a voter mobilization group,[54] received $19,619. [55]

Alliance for Youth Organizing, a voter mobilization group based in the western United States, received $48,239. [56] New Era Colorado Fund, a voter mobilization fund, received $46,198. [57] Voter Participation Center, a voter mobilization group with ties to moveon.org, received $11,418. [58] Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, a coalition of thirty groups supporting progressive politics, received $10,600. [59]

The following is a complete list of grants made by the Voter Registration Project from 2016 to 2020: [60] [61] [62] [63][64]

Recipient NameAmountYear
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $109,390.00 2016
Action Institute NC $119,805.00 2016
Alliance for Youth Organizing $64,136.00 2016
Arizona Center for Empowerment $185,912.00 2016
Blueprint NC $1,231,093.00 2016
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $220,273.00 2016
Fair Share Education Fund $2,596,836.00 2016
GALEO Latino Community Development Fund $48,476.00 2016
Georgia NAACP $71,286.00 2016
Gerogia Stand Up $85,001.00 2016
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $216,550.00 2016
NAACP National Voter Fund $220,674.00 2016
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $179,627.00 2016
NC League of Conservation Voters $344,757.00 2016
NEO Philanthropy $21,258.00 2016
New Era Colorado $108,308.00 2016
One Arizona $2,264,531.00 2016
Progressve Leadership Alliance of Nevada $90,562.00 2016
Project Vote $36,103.00 2016
State Voices $1,187,487.00 2016
The People's Alliance Fund $130,821.00 2016
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $43,123.00 2017
Action Institute NC $70,221.00 2017
Alliance for Youth Organizing $48,239.00 2017
Asian Community Development Fund $16,446.00 2017
Blueprint NC $145,255.00 2017
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $30,179.00 2017
Community Resource Center $6,020.00 2017
Engage Miami Civic Fund $19,619.00 2017
Florida Education Fund $61,841.00 2017
GALEO Latino Community Development Fund $8,100.00 2017
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $34,375.00 2017
Georgia Stand Up $48,204.00 2017
Hispanic Federation $58,580.00 2017
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $262,190.00 2017
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $128,946.00 2017
NCPIRG Education Fund $20,360.00 2017
New Era Colorado $46,198.00 2017
New Florida Majority $148,204.00 2017
New Georgia Project $86,426.00 2017
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $820,000.00 2017
One Arizona $342,031.00 2017
Organize Florida Education Fund $61,842.00 2017
ProGeorgia $234,810.00 2017
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada $10,600.00 2017
State Voices $653,295.00 2017
The People's Alliance Fund $61,757.00 2017
Third Sector Development $102,005.00 2017
Unifour One $58,243.00 2017
Voter Participation Center $11,418.00 2017
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $187,011.00 2018
Action Institute NC $185,624.00 2018
Arizona Center for Empowerment $423,098.00 2018
Asian Community Development Fund $247,714.00 2018
Blueprint NC $198,025.00 2018
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $709,885.00 2018
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $96,470.00 2018
Engage Miami Civic Fund $200,000.00 2018
Equality Foundation of Georgia $82,532.00 2018
Fair Share Education Fund $2,754,000.00 2018
Florida Immigrant Coalition $323,074.00 2018
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $215,611.00 2018
Georgia Stand Up $163,187.00 2018
Hispanic Federation $508,005.00 2018
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $3,437,850.00 2018
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $4,487,442.00 2018
NAACP Georgia State Conference $100,523.00 2018
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $938,555.00 2018
New Era Colorado $350,033.00 2018
New Florida Majority $641,699.00 2018
New Georgia Project $1,099,995.00 2018
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $568,912.00 2018
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $63,449.00 2018
North Carolina NAACP State Conference $113,876.00 2018
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $1,903,903.00 2018
One Arizona $1,417,230.00 2018
Organize Florida Education Fund $736,476.00 2018
ProGeorgia $239,611.00 2018
State Voices $2,978,432.00 2018
The First Coast Leadership Foundation $303,065.00 2018
The People's Alliance Fund $169,007.00 2018
UnidosUS $1,228,464.00 2018
Unifour One $264,685.00 2018
Acting In Community Together In Organizing Northern Nevada $59,990.00 2019
Action Institute NC $63,116.00 2019
Arizona Coalition for Change $174,476.00 2019
Asian Community Development Fund $109,869.00 2019
Blueprint NC $63,107.00 2019
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $123,280.00 2019
Florida Immigrant Coalition $94,887.00 2019
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $172,403.00 2019
Georgia Stand Up $90,073.00 2019
Hispanic Federation $138,404.00 2019
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $1,070,141.00 2019
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $206,851.00 2019
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $458,467.00 2019
New Florida Majority $98,849.00 2019
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $222,971.00 2019
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $90,387.00 2019
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $223,278.00 2019
One Arizona $83,018.00 2019
Organize Florida Education Fund $68,213.00 2019
ProGeorgia $168,079.00 2019
REW Ministries $66,964.00 2019
State Voices $1,750,162.00 2019
The First Coast Leadership Foundation $295,494.00 2019
The People's Alliance Fund $57,512.00 2019
Tides Foundation $267,619.00 2019
UnidosUS $199,347.00 2019
Unifour One $242,288.00 2019
9TO5 Georgia $226,854 2020
Accelerate Change, Inc. $1,000,000 2020
Action Institute NC $129,440 2020
Actionn $139,533 2020
Alliance for Climate Education $1,401,099 2020
Alliance for Youth Organizing $85,694 2020
Arizona Change for Empowerment $1,129,244 2020
Arizona Coalition for Change $710,648 2020
Asian Community Development $399,246 2020
Blueprint North Carolina $252,413 2020
Casa De Maryland, Inc. $348,953 2020
Case $772,046 2020
Center for Popular Democracy Inc $741,725 2020
Collective Education Fund $930,000 2020
Engage Miami Civic Fund $119,112 2020
Faith Organizing Alliance $243,552 2020
Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc. $890,270 2020
Georgia Coalition For The People's Agenda $355,151 2020
Georgia Stand Up $405,875 2020
Hispanic Federation $436,363 2020
Hopewell Fund $2,552,625 2020
Lead MN $189,923 2020
League of Conservation Voters $5,200,396 2020
Make The Road NY $243,168 2020
Mi Familia Vote Education Fund $2,252,693 2020
Michigan United $348,227 2020
Minnesota Voice $432,233 2020
Minnesota Youth Collective $70,820 2020
NAACP $258,332 2020
NC A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc. $1,290,336 2020
New Florida Majority $1,488,004 2020
New Georgia Project $907,257 2020
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $88,005 2020
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $1,707,816 2020
One Arizona $722,338 2020
Organize Florida Education Fund $1,001,531 2020
Outfront MN $83,186 2020
Pennsylvania Voice $372,383 2020
ProGeorgia $606,303 2020
Real Women Radio Foundation $462,857 2020
State Voices $10,343,423 2020
Student Organizing Inc $368,845 2020
The Climate Reality Project $1,366,325 2020
The First Coast Leadership Foundation Jacksonville $402,605 2020
Tides Advoacy $56,254 2020
Tides Foundation $592,503 2020
Unidosus $359,016 2020
Unifour One $392,268 2020
When We All Vote $125,000 2020
Wisconsin Voices $416,235 2020
You Can Vote $147,259 2020
Total $92,733,485.00 2016-2020

Network Grantmaking

From 2016 to 2020, the Voter Registration Project and its affiliate organizations, the Voter Registration Project Education Fund and Register America, distributed a total of $116 million in grants to left-of-center voter mobilization groups, mostly in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia. [65] [66] [67] The following is a complete list of the Voter Registration Project network’s grantmaking from 2016 through 2020.

Recipient NameAmountYearGranting Organization
Fair Share Education Fund $2,596,836.00 2016Voter Registration Project
One Arizona $2,264,531.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vota $1,736,925.00 2016Register America
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $1,500,000.00 2016Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Blueprint NC $1,231,093.00 2016Voter Registration Project
State Voices $1,187,487.00 2016Voter Registration Project
New Florida Majority $676,622.00 2016Register America
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $600,000.00 2016Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Georgia Project $380,000.00 2016Voter Registration Project Education Fund
NC League of Conservation Voters $344,757.00 2016Voter Registration Project
NAACP National Voter Fund $220,674.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $220,273.00 2016Voter Registration Project
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $216,550.00 2016Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $200,000.00 2016Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Arizona Center for Empowerment $185,912.00 2016Voter Registration Project
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $179,627.00 2016Voter Registration Project
The People's Alliance Fund $130,821.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Action Institute NC $119,805.00 2016Voter Registration Project
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $109,390.00 2016Voter Registration Project
New Era Colorado $108,308.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Progressve Leadership Alliance of Nevada $90,562.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Gerogia Stand Up $85,001.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Georgia NAACP $71,286.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Alliance for Youth Organizing $64,136.00 2016Voter Registration Project
GALEO Latino Community Development Fund $48,476.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Project Vote $36,103.00 2016Voter Registration Project
NEO Philanthropy $21,258.00 2016Voter Registration Project
Voter Participation Center $1,211,646.00 2017Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $820,000.00 2017Voter Registration Project
State Voices $653,295.00 2017Voter Registration Project
One Arizona $342,031.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $262,190.00 2017Voter Registration Project
ACRONYM $246,625.00 2017Voter Registration Project Education Fund
ProGeorgia $234,810.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $220,685.00 2017Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Florida Majority $148,204.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Blueprint NC $145,255.00 2017Voter Registration Project
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $128,946.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Third Sector Development $102,005.00 2017Voter Registration Project
New Georgia Project $86,426.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Action Institute NC $70,221.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Organize Florida Education Fund $61,842.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Florida Education Fund $61,841.00 2017Voter Registration Project
The People's Alliance Fund $61,757.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Hispanic Federation $58,580.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Unifour One $58,243.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Alliance for Youth Organizing $48,239.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Georgia Stand Up $48,204.00 2017Voter Registration Project
New Era Colorado $46,198.00 2017Voter Registration Project
ACRONYM $45,000.00 2017Register America
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $43,123.00 2017Voter Registration Project
UnidosUS $41,273.00 2017Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $34,375.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $30,179.00 2017Voter Registration Project
NCPIRG Education Fund $20,360.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Engage Miami Civic Fund $19,619.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Asian Community Development Fund $16,446.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Voter Participation Center $11,418.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada $10,600.00 2017Voter Registration Project
GALEO Latino Community Development Fund $8,100.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Community Resource Center $6,020.00 2017Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $4,487,442.00 2018Voter Registration Project
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $3,437,850.00 2018Voter Registration Project
State Voices $2,978,432.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Fair Share Education Fund $2,754,000.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Voter Participation Center $2,451,827.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $1,903,903.00 2018Voter Registration Project
One Arizona $1,417,230.00 2018Voter Registration Project
UnidosUS $1,228,464.00 2018Voter Registration Project
New Georgia Project $1,099,995.00 2018Voter Registration Project
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $938,555.00 2018Voter Registration Project
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $932,220.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Organize Florida Education Fund $736,476.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $709,885.00 2018Voter Registration Project
New Florida Majority $641,699.00 2018Voter Registration Project
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $568,912.00 2018Voter Registration Project
One Arizona $537,293.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Hispanic Federation $508,005.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $500,975.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Arizona Center for Empowerment $423,098.00 2018Voter Registration Project
New Era Colorado $350,033.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Florida Immigrant Coalition $323,074.00 2018Voter Registration Project
The First Coast Leadership Foundation $303,065.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Unifour One $264,685.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Asian Community Development Fund $247,714.00 2018Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $239,611.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $215,611.00 2018Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $200,414.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Engage Miami Civic Fund $200,000.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Blueprint NC $198,025.00 2018Voter Registration Project
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $187,011.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Action Institute NC $185,624.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Inspire Us $170,000.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
The People's Alliance Fund $169,007.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $168,951.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Georgia Stand Up $163,187.00 2018Voter Registration Project
North Carolina NAACP State Conference $113,876.00 2018Voter Registration Project
NAACP Georgia State Conference $100,523.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $96,470.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Equality Foundation of Georgia $82,532.00 2018Voter Registration Project
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $63,449.00 2018Voter Registration Project
Pennsylvania Voice $50,000.00 2018Voter Registration Project Education Fund
State Voices $1,750,162.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Voter Participation Center $1,106,226.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $1,070,141.00 2019Voter Registration Project
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $458,467.00 2019Voter Registration Project
The First Coast Leadership Foundation $295,494.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Tides Foundation $267,619.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Unifour One $242,288.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $223,278.00 2019Voter Registration Project
New Virginia Majority Education Fund $222,971.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $206,851.00 2019Voter Registration Project
UnidosUS $199,347.00 2019Voter Registration Project
State Voices $195,026.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Arizona Coalition for Change $174,476.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $172,403.00 2019Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $168,079.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Hispanic Federation $138,404.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Central AZ for a Sustainable Economy $123,280.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Blueprint NC $118,394.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Asian Community Development Fund $109,869.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Colorado Civic Engagement Table $107,411.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Florida Majority $98,849.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Florida Immigrant Coalition $94,887.00 2019Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $92,677.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $90,387.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Georgia Stand Up $90,073.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Ohio Voice $89,114.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
One Arizona $83,018.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Organize Florida Education Fund $68,213.00 2019Voter Registration Project
REW Ministries $66,964.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Action Institute NC $63,116.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Blueprint NC $63,107.00 2019Voter Registration Project
Acting In Community Together In Organizing Northern Nevada $59,990.00 2019Voter Registration Project
The People's Alliance Fund $57,512.00 2019Voter Registration Project
NC A. Phillip Randolph Institute $46,000.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $33,445.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Organize Florida Education Fund $28,050.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda $24,840.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
REW Ministries $23,000.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Florida Immigrant Coalition $14,550.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Florida Majority Education Fund $14,250.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
New Era Colorado $13,800.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
The First Coast Leadership Foundation $13,800.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Georgia Stand Up $12,420.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $12,420.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Asian Community Development Council $12,267.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women $11,600.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
Unifour One $8,000.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
One Arizona $4,600.00 2019Voter Registration Project Education Fund
State Voices $10,343,423.00 2020Voter Registration Project
The Voter Participation Center $5,692,671.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $5,200,396.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Hopewell Fund $2,552,625.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vote Education Fund $2,252,693.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Collective Education Fund $1,795,000.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Ohio Organizing Collaborative $1,707,816.00 2020Voter Registration Project
New Florida Majority $1,488,004.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Alliance for Climate Education $1,401,099.00 2020Voter Registration Project
The Climate Reality Project $1,366,325.00 2020Voter Registration Project
NC A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc. $1,290,336.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Arizona Change for Empowerment $1,129,244.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Organize Florida Education Fund $1,001,531.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Accelerate Change, Inc. $1,000,000.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Collective Education Fund $930,000.00 2020Voter Registration Project
New Georgia Project $907,257.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc. $890,270.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Case $772,046.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Center for Popular Democracy Inc $741,725.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Minnesota Voice $741,425.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
One Arizona $722,338.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Progeorgia $711,932.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Arizona Coalition for Change $710,648.00 2020Voter Registration Project
ProGeorgia $606,303.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Tides Foundation $592,503.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Real Women Radio Foundation $462,857.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Hispanic Federation $436,363.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Minnesota Voice $432,233.00 2020Voter Registration Project
When We All Vote $425,000.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Wisconsin Voices $416,235.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Georgia Stand Up $405,875.00 2020Voter Registration Project
The First Coast Leadership Foundation Jacksonville $402,605.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Asian Community Development $399,246.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Unifour One $392,268.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Pennsylvania Voice $390,992.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Pennsylvania Voice $372,383.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Student Organizing Inc $368,845.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Unidosus $359,016.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Georgia Coalition For The People's Agenda $355,151.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Casa De Maryland, Inc. $348,953.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Michigan United $348,227.00 2020Voter Registration Project
State Voices $317,050.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
NAACP $258,332.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Blueprint North Carolina $252,413.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Faith Organizing Alliance $243,552.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Make The Road NY $243,168.00 2020Voter Registration Project
9TO5 Georgia $226,854.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Lead MN $189,923.00 2020Voter Registration Project
You Can Vote $147,259.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Actionn $139,533.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Wisconsin Voices $131,988.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Action Institute NC $129,440.00 2020Voter Registration Project
When We All Vote $125,000.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Engage Miami Civic Fund $119,112.00 2020Voter Registration Project
North Carolina Asian Americans Together $88,005.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Alliance for Youth Organizing $85,694.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Outfront MN $83,186.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Minnesota Youth Collective $70,820.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Tides Advoacy $56,254.00 2020Voter Registration Project
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund $50,000.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Voto Latino $50,000.00 2020Voter Regisration Project Education Fund
Total $116,891,889.00 2016-2020Total Network Grantmaking

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Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. Isaiah Castilla
    Officer/Board Member
  2. Jeff Malachowsky
    Former President
  3. Katherine Peck
    Former Board Member
  4. Steve Rosenthal
    Former Board Member
  5. Kim Rogers
    Former Campaign Director
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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: December - November
  • Tax Exemption Received: March 1, 2010

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2019 Dec Form 990 $43,767,638 $13,407,849 $33,271,025 $73,584 N $43,764,481 $0 $48 $177,807 PDF
    2018 Dec Form 990 $24,092,522 $29,463,872 $3,046,126 $208,474 N $24,092,522 $0 $0 $103,383 PDF
    2017 Dec Form 990 $8,838,017 $5,194,103 $8,240,169 $31,167 N $8,838,017 $0 $0 $127,898 PDF
    2016 Dec Form 990 $15,197,662 $11,964,696 $4,779,260 $214,172 N $15,197,662 $0 $0 $117,319 PDF
    2015 Dec Form 990 $1,652,302 $319,586 $1,332,122 $0 N $1,652,302 $0 $0 $0 PDF
    2014 Dec Form 990 $632,885 $633,479 $250,000 $250,594 N $631,000 $1,885 $0 $0 PDF
    2013 Dec Form 990EZ $0 $0 $1 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
    2012 Dec Form 990EZ $5,983 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
    2011 Dec Form 990 $411,366 $417,349 $0 $5,983 N $411,366 $0 $0 $23,706 PDF

    Additional Filings (PDFs)

    Voter Registration Project

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