Search results for ‘common cause’


  • Non-profit

    Bauman Family Foundation

    The Bauman Family Foundation is a foundation that has donated millions of dollars to left-of-center causes over the past decade.1 The foundation
  • Non-profit

    Schumann Media Center

    The Schumann Media Center (formerly the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy and the Florence and John J. Schumann Jr. Foundation) is a private foundation that gives large grants to various left-of-center nonprofits, particularly those in media. The organizations that have received the most in grants from the Media Center
  • Non-profit

    Rock the Vote

    Rock the Vote is a left-progressive-aligned organization in the United States whose stated mission is to engage and “build the political power of young people.” The group claims to be nonpartisan,1 but has produced videos
  • Non-profit

    Issue One

    Issue One is an organization that advocates for restricting election-related speech activity. It also seeks to restrict lobbying on local, state, and federal levels. While it purports to be bipartisan and works with former centrist Republican lawmakers, the group is associated with the Democracy Alliance network of liberal mega-donors,
  • Non-profit

    Educational Foundation of America (EFA)

    Educational Foundation of America (EFA) is a major left-of-center grant maker that funds environmentalist, educational, and voter-mobilization initiatives. EFA purports to be a family foundation that aims to create a society with “an inclusive democracy,” in which each person has “unrestricted access to full reproductive freedom” and lives on a
  • Non-profit

    Western Conservation Foundation

    Western Conservation Foundation is an environmentalist group based in Denver that provides grants to like-minded organizations in the western United States.1 The group informs the public of actions taken by public officials that it claims hurt
  • Non-profit

    Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation

    The Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation was established by Stephen Silberstein in Belvedere, California, in May 1998.1 Records indicate the
  • Non-profit

    Every Voice Center

    Formerly known as Public Campaign, Every Voice Center is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. 1 The organization is related to and partners with the 501(c)(4) Every Voice. Together, the two groups
  • Non-profit

    Ploughshares Fund

    The Ploughshares Fund is an anti-nuclear proliferation organization pooling and directing donations from wealthy individuals and philanthropies. It is reportedly “the largest grant-making foundation in the United States focusing exclusively on peace and security issues.”
  • Non-profit

    Color of Change

    For the 501(c)(3), see Color of Change Education Fund (Nonprofit) Color of Change is an online organizing organization created by the Obama administration’s former “green jobs czar” Van Jones and the former director of grassroots mobilization for MoveOn.org, James Rucker, in 2005.
  • Non-profit

    John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

    The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (also known as the MacArthur Foundation) was the twelfth largest foundation in the United States in 2014 with total assets over $6 billion.
  • Non-profit

    Center for Media and Democracy (CMD)

    Also see SourceWatch (other group) The Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) is a Wisconsin-based left-wing media, opposition research, and agitation group. CMD has its origins in the anti-corporate and conspiratorial career of its founder John Stauber and his co-author Sheldon Rampton. While Stauber headed CMD, he and Rampton
  • Non-profit

    Alliance of Baptists

    The Alliance of Baptists is a left-of-center nonprofit coalition of Baptist and Christian churches that engages in political advocacy and justifies its positioning based on its interpretation of Christian theology. 1 The Alliance of Baptists advocates
  • Other Group

    Atlanta Community Press Collective (ACPC)

    Atlanta Community Press Collective (ACPC) is a left-of-center media outfit that is an information source for radical-left activists in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. It publishes articles written by left-of-center activists about political developments in Georgia, especially the “Cop City” Atlanta Public Safety Training Center project.
  • Non-profit

    Loud Hound Foundation

    The Loud Hound Foundation is a San Francisco-based left-of-center grantmaking foundation. 1 William Moritz is the president of the Loud Hound Foundation. His father, venture capital billionaire and Sequoia Capital director
  • Non-profit

    World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)

     The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) is a non-profit medical advocacy group made up of of doctors that standardizes medical practices concerning treatments for gender dysphoria, which the organization previously termed gender identity disorder. WPATH’s recommendations, as most recently updated in 2022’s Eighth Edition of the Standards of
  • Political Party/527

    Workers Party of Massachusetts (WPM)

    The Workers Party of Massachusetts (WPM) is a minor political party that works toward a socialist revolution against the United States, the destruction of the capitalist economy, and the creation of a radical socialist government controlled by the working class.
  • Person

    Yusuf Islam

    Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, is a singer, songwriter, and musician. He rose to prominence in the U.K. beginning in the late 1960s and converted to Islam in 1977. In 1979, he auctioned his guitars off for charity and pivoted to making Islamic music and raising money for
  • Other Group

    National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC)

    The National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC) is a project of the Foundation for Louisiana that advocates for critical race theory-influenced maternity healthcare policies. It argues that Black women have higher rates of maternity complications due to racism and that enacting policies that help increase the income of Black women
  • Other Group

    2025 Presidential Transition Project (Project 2025)

    The 2025 Presidential Transition Project, commonly referred to as Project 2025, is a coalition effort of more than 70 conservative organizations to form a presidential transition effort that the New York Times reported at $22 million for the next conservative president.