Search results for ‘participant’

  • Non-profit

    Opportunity Agenda

    The Opportunity Agenda is a left-of-center organization that advocates for left-of-center positions on issues including immigration, education, and racial policy. The organization is a former project of the Tides Center, a large left-progressive fiscal sponsorship organization.  As of 2024, they have achieved non-profit status.
  • Non-profit

    Black Feminist Futute (BFF)

    Black Feminist Future (BFF) on developing Black feminist activist leaders through training and pushing the Black feminist agenda through campaigns and public events. BFF focuses on building leadership among Black women, girls, and gender expansive people.
  • Non-profit

    Hmong American Partnership

    The Hmong American Partnership is a Hmong-community-focused, critical race theory-aligned civic organization in Saint Paul, Minnesota, that provides immigrants and refugees with classes, counseling, job training, and financial aid programs. Background In August 1990, the Hmong American Partnership was founded as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Initially,
  • Non-profit

    Justice Education Technology Political Action Center (JET-PAC)

    Justice Education Technology Political Action Center (JET-PAC) is a left-of-center fiscal sponsor of other groups and an advocate for Muslim voter turnout. Founded in 2015 by a Massachusetts politician, it was part of a major controversy in 2023 when one of its fiscally sponsored groups, Doctors Against Genocide, planned an
  • Other Group

    Rhode Island Coalition for Israel (RICI)

    The Rhode Island Coalition for Israel (RICI) is a right-leaning organization that promotes Western and Judeo-Christian values and America’s alliance with Israel. 1 The group opposes antisemitism and the boycott, divestment,
  • Person

    Barbara Dalio

    Barbara Dalio is an American philanthropist and the wife of Ray Dalio, the founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates. Together they run Dalio Philanthropies, a grantmaking foundation that primarily funds universities and research projects. She is the founder and co-director of Dalio Education, which provides funding for public-school projects
  • Non-profit

    Gender Benders

    Gender Benders is a left-of-center pro-transgender advocacy, education, and training organization based in South Carolina. The group provides support and advocacy for transgender individuals in the south, and has efforts to reach approximately 600 members in states including South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. The group
  • Non-profit

    Michael Tuch Foundation

    The Michael Tuch Foundation is a family-run philanthropic organization that donates primarily to performing arts centers, museums, and organizations that support low-income residents in New York City. The Foundation is a private nonprofit organization and receives most its funding from trading stocks and bonds.
  • Non-profit

    Hasbara Fellowships

    Hasbara Fellowships is a pro-Israel campus activism organization that works with more than 120 universities across North America. 1 The organization brings hundreds of college students to Israel each year for tours and lectures.
  • Labor Union

    Union of Southern Service Workers (USSW)

    Union of Southern Service Workers (USSW) is a cross-industry service-sector labor union primarily located in located in the American South. 1 USSW formed in November 2022
  • Non-profit

    Zegar Family Foundation

    The Zegar Family Foundation is a large left-of-center invitation-only grantmaking foundation located in New York City founded by Charles and Merryl Zegar. 1 The foundation provides grants
  • Non-profit

    Syrian Legal Development Programme (SLDP)

    Syrian Legal Development Programme (SLDP) is a London-based advocacy organization that supports international organizations in Syria and engages with United Nations (UN) agencies regarding the Syrian Civil War. 1
  • Non-profit

    RF Catalytic Capital (RFCC)

    RF Catalytic Capital (RFCC) is charitable fund managed by the Rockefeller Foundation, a left-of-center grantmaking foundation. It allows investors, businesses, governments, and other donors to pool their funds together and promises to help them manage and distribute said funds to “solutions for social impact and bring about transformational change.”
  • Other Group

    Refugee and Migrant Education Network

    The Refugee and Migrant Education Network (RMEN) is a network of colleges, universities, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to improving refugee education through research and advocacy. It has organized three refugee education international conferences
  • Non-profit

    Post Growth Institute

    Post Growth Institute (PGI) is an environmentalist advocacy organization based in Ashland, Oregon. that trains, consults, and advocates for what it describes as a sustainable, local, non-hierarchical, nonprofit economy that limits growth to the ability of the world to absorb the waste produced. It advocates for a no-growth and de-growth
  • Non-profit

    National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA)

    The National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA) is a human services agency based in Baltimore, Maryland. It provides alternatives to institutionalization for disabled adults and youth. Its nationwide sentencing mitigation service assists white-collar felons. It offers Vocational Training Centers in five US cities to prepare parolees, veterans, and the
  • Non-profit

    The Future Society

    The Future Society (TFS) is a nonprofit organization focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) and the rule of law. The Future Society has noted the advancement in AI technologies and provides research and training on technology trends and potential issues. TFS has provided policy and regulatory advice on implementing and updating
  • Other Group

    Digital Action

    Digital Action is an international advocacy group operated by the New Venture Fund that operates campaigns opposing “Big Tech” and supporting government policies of strict regulation, content moderation, and censorship of social media platforms in the United States, European Union, and elsewhere in the world. The group is
  • Other Group

    NoSo November

    NoSo November is a social movement led by its founder, Maddie Freeman, for which teenagers are encouraged to abstain from social media for the month of November. Freeman started the movement to address research that suggests an association between suicide and social media use.
  • Non-profit

    Ray C. Anderson Foundation

    Ray C. Anderson Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation that focuses on climate change and environmentalism-related technology. This organization was formed after the death of manufacturer Ray C. Anderson by members of his family with money from his estate; his wife and two daughters were its initial trustees, and