Search results for ‘planned parenthood federation of america’


  • Non-profit

    Narrative Initiative

    The Narrative Initiative is a project of the New Venture Fund, a nonprofit in the Arabella Advisors network of left-progressive “dark money” organizations, that seeks to change and influence narratives surrounding issues of equity and social policy. It was founded in 2017. The Narrative Initiative was “conceived and funded”
  • Non-profit

    Family Health International (FHI 360)

    Family Health International (or FHI 360) is a left-of-center charity that works on numerous projects both inside and outside the United States. It advocates combating income inequality and increasing government spending. [13][14] The organization receives tens of millions of dollars every year from the U.S. government
  • Non-profit

    Society of Family Planning

    The Society of Family Planning is a social-liberal advocacy organization established in 2006 that specializes in research supporting abortion and contraception. Its research focuses on abortion and contraceptive techniques, reproductive health, and abortion and contraceptive funding. It is primarily focused on growing and supporting its clinical practice guidelines, its membership
  • Non-profit

    Gynuity Health Projects (Gynuity Institute)

    Gynuity Health Projects (formal name Gynuity Institute) is a far-left abortion research and advocacy organization that conducts clinical studies into 2nd trimester abortion pills in poor countries in Africa and Asia. Although Gynuity received its tax-exempt status from the IRS in 2018, the organization has operated as a for-profit enterprise
  • Non-profit

    Violet Jabara Charitable Trust

    The Violet Jabara Charitable Trust is a private foundation founded in 2007 by Linda K. Jacobs. The Trust is named after Jacobs’ mother, Violet “Vi” Jabara Jacobs,[46] who founded the Jacobs Family Foundation in 1988, volunteered with the American Friends Service Committee, and supported economic and educational
  • Non-profit

    Family Planning 2020

    Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) is a left-of-center campaign to implement the United Nations’ goal to expand birth control and abortion access in developing countries, particularly in Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and southeast Asia. It is a project of the United Nations Foundation, a U.S.-based foundation formed by CNN founder
  • For-profit

    O’Brien Garrett

    O’Brien Garrett is a major Washington, D.C.-based fundraising and political consulting firm founded by Democratic political operative Frank O’Brien in 1987. It was previously known as O’Brien McConnell Pearson and branded as OMP Direct. Yvonne Garrett later joined the firm as a partner after serving as vice president for client
  • Person

    Margaret Sanger

    Margaret Sanger was a prominent advocate for contraception, eugenics, population control, and abortion best known for founding the American Birth Control League, the immediate predecessor of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). Sanger popularized the term “birth control” as central to her larger philosophy of Birth Control (later
  • Non-profit

    Lebowitz-Aberly Family Foundation

    The Lebowitz-Aberly Family Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation associated with liberal activist couple Larry Lebowitz, a hedge fund manager, and Naomi Aberly, the chair of the board of Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). Grantmaking The Lebowitz-Aberly Family Foundation supports a number of left-of-center organizations and advocacy causes; appropriately given
  • Non-profit

    Denver Foundation

    The Denver Foundation is a private charity that specializes in managing and administering grants from donor-advised funds and other charitable fund formats. The group was established in 1925 and is particularly focused on helping donors in the Denver area. Because of the donor-advised nature of so many of the foundations
  • Non-profit

    Hull Family Foundation

    The Hull Family Foundation is a left-of-center private foundation founded by millionaire investor Blair Hull and run by him and his children. The foundation donates to many left wing groups, including NARAL, the American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations. ­
  • Person

    Nicole Berner

    Nicole Berner is a left-of-center activist currently working as general counsel for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) as a partner in the labor union-side labor law firm James and Hoffman PC.[257] Prior to joining James and Hoffman, Berner was an in-house lawyer for the SEIU and
  • Person

    Ellen Pao

    Ellen Pao is the former interim CEO of Reddit and the founder of Project Include. She rose to national prominence after suing her former employer, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, for gender discrimination; she lost the case. [283] Social media company
  • Person

    Jennifer Ann Allan Soros

    Jennifer Ann Allan Soros is the wife of Jonathan Soros, the third child of liberal finance billionaire George Soros and his first wife, Annaliese Witschak. Jennifer and her husband have given millions of dollars to left-of-center causes, Democratic Party candidates, and the abortion provider Planned Parenthood Federation
  • Person

    John R. Taylor

    John R. Taylor is managing partner of the private philanthropy consulting firm Wellspring Advisors and founder of its associated center-left foundation, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund. Business profiles online suggest Taylor previously worked for Berger & Montague P.C. from 1989-1997 and as a litigator for Dechert LLP from 1986 to
  • Non-profit

    Falconwood Foundation

    The Falconwood Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation led and funded primarily by investor Henry G. Jarecki. [342] The Foundation provides grants to numerous left-of-center organizations and causes ranging from education to medical research. Grantmaking Activity The Foundation gave most of its grants in 2017 to organizations focusing
  • Other Group

    Citizen Change

    Citizen Change is a political advocacy project launched in 2004 by popular musicians P. Diddy, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent, and Mary J Blige that encouraged young people to vote. The project’s primary activity was the “Vote or Die” campaign. The executive director of Citizen Change was Alexis McGill Johnson, the
  • Person

    Alexis McGill Johnson

    Alexis McGill Johnson is the acting President and CEO of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. She entered the role on July 16, 2019 following the departure of Leana Wen. [354] Johnson is the co-founder and co-director of the left-of-center Perception Institute and served as
  • For-profit

    Grassroots Solutions

    Grassroots Solutions is a left-of-center political consulting firm. [393] Grassroots Solutions has received tens of millions of dollars[394] to support the election of Democratic candidates from local politicians to U.S. Senators, including former U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), U.S. Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE), and U.S.
  • Non-profit

    Citizen Action of New Jersey

    New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA) is a state affiliate of the now defunct Citizen Action, a national left-of-center voter mobilization and community organizing group. Citizen Action of New Jersey works in tandem with its sister 501(c)(3) group, New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund to conduct left-progressive advocacy and social service