Search results for ‘Democracy Alliance’

  • Non-profit

    Rights, Faith and Democracy Collaborative (RFDC)

    The Rights, Faith and Democracy Collaborative (RFDC) is a pro-abortion and gay marriage donor collaborative project created and managed by the Proteus Fund, a center-left funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. Background In March 2017, the Proteus Fund announced the Rights, Faith and Democracy Collaborative (RFDC). The RFDC supports state-level
  • For-profit

    Democracy Partners (DP)

    Democracy Partners (DP) is a political consulting firm founded in 2011 by Robert Creamer, a longtime liberal campaign operative married to U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) who was convicted in 2005 of bank fraud; and Mike Lux, a former Clinton White House aide. 
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Works

    Democracy Works is a nonprofit corporation that promotes the use of technology to increase voter participation. The group also provides information on candidates, voting precinct locations, and means of transportation for voters who need it. The main component to Democracy Works is a project called TurboVote, which was launched
  • Non-profit

    Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy

    Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) is a left-of-center activist organization that is at the “forefront” of the left-progressive and labor union movements in Los Angeles, California.
  • Non-profit

    Organization for Human Rights and Democracy

    The Organization for Human Rights and Democracy (OHRD) is a grassroots activism organization that advocates for radical community change. OHRD was founded in Georgia, originally under the name Atlanta Public Sector Alliance.
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Fund

    Also see Democracy Fund Voice (Non-profit) The Democracy Fund is a public policy-oriented foundation chaired and principally funded by eBay founder and former chairman Pierre Omidyar.1 The
  • Non-profit

    Southern Vision Alliance

    The Southern Vision Alliance is a left-of-center advocacy organization based in Durham, North Carolina. The organization serves as an incubator for left-wing organizing targeted at young people. The organization also serves as a fiscal sponsor for other far-left organizations. The organization has alleged ties to the communist Workers World Party;
  • Labor Union

    National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees

    National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (NAPFE) is a small, independent labor union that represents certain postal and federal employees in the United States. 1 NAPFE was originally
  • Non-profit

    Movement Alliance Project

    Movement Alliance Project (formerly Media Mobilizing Project) is a left-wing community organizing outfit in Philadelphia that funds a variety of left-leaning policy campaigns and organizations. The organization was founded in 2005 to organize left-progressive campaigns around poverty, criminal justice, and public schools. The organization manages several projects including the People’s Media
  • Non-profit

    Interfaith Alliance

    Interfaith Alliance (Alliance) is a left-of-center religious organization that was formed to combat conservative-aligned religious groups. The Interfaith Alliance opposes school choice and providing public funds to support attendance at religious or private schools, supports allowing students to use restrooms based on gender self-identification, supports removing school resource officers, opposes
  • Non-profit

    Colorado Donor Alliance

    The Colorado Donor Alliance (also known as the Colorado Democracy Network) is a convening of left-wing donors and foundation officials focused on Colorado issues. It is aligned with the Colorado Democracy Alliance and is chaired by Ted Trimpa, a Democratic political consultant.
  • Non-profit

    Alliance for Youth Organizing

    The left-progressive Alliance for Youth Organizing (AFYO) is the successor of the Bus Foundation Civic Fund founded by Mathew Singer to activate youth voting for left-of-center candidates and issues. It is the sister organization of the left-of-center Alliance for Youth Action (AFYA). Backed with funding from left-of-center foundations and
  • Other Group

    Retake Our Democracy

    Retake Our Democracy is a left-of-center lobbying organization based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, founded in 2016 by longtime left-wing activists Roxanne Barber and Paul Gibson. The group supports Democratic candidates and left-progressive legislation in New Mexico through organizing and advocacy.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Justice Alliance (CJA)

    Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) is a left-of-center environmental activist group made up of associated organizations from around the world. The organization was launched as a project of Movement Strategy Center, a left-wing nonprofit organization based in Oakland, California with a history of working with organizations that identify themselves as
  • Non-profit

    Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ)

    The Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ, sometimes styled AfGJ) is an organizing group that serves as a fiscal sponsor to numerous left-wing initiatives, among them Refuse Fascism,
  • Non-profit

    BlueGreen Alliance

    The BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) (and its associated 501(c)(3) arm the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation) is a project of America’s national labor unions and major environmentalist groups designed to show a united front for progressive environmentalist policies. The Alliance was founded in 2006 by the United Steelworkers labor union and
  • Non-profit

    Center for Popular Democracy (CPD)

    The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) organization involved in voter mobilization and policy development. The center’s stated mission is “to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions.” CPD has opposed the use of zero carbon
  • Other Group

    Zinc Collective

    Zinc Collective is a political organization that links tech and data analytics professionals with the intention of maintaining Democratic majorities. The collective is split into two pieces, DigiDems and Blue Leadership Collaborative (BLC). DigiDems pays for tech professionals to work in Democratic campaigns and BLC works to create a campaign
  • Non-profit

    Action Lab

     The Action Lab (officially known as the Center for Law and Human Values) hosts training seminars, concerts, and other events for left of center activists. The Action Lab is closely associated with the Center for Popular Democracy, and operated under its management from 2016 to 2020. History The Action
  • Non-profit

    Donors of Color Network (DOCN)

    Donors of Color Network (DOCN) is a left-of-center nonprofit co-founded by Hali Lee, Ashindi Maxton, and Urvashi Vaid in 2016. The group promotes left-of-center social equity initiatives and climate action policies. DOCN is related and works with Donors of Color Action (DOCA).