Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’


  • Non-profit

    Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation

    Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation is a right-leaning environmentalist lobbying and advocacy group based in Austin, Texas and founded in January 2019. It is the lobbying arm of Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation Foundation, a 501(c)(3) educational advocacy nonprofit. Background On January 18, 2019, Matt Welch, a Texas-based public affairs
  • Non-profit

    Emgage

    Emgage Foundation, Inc. (formerly Emgage USA) is a Muslim-American advocacy and voter mobilization group. It is associated with Emgage PAC, a political action committee that raises money for and endorses candidates for Congress and state legislative seats. Voter Mobilization Activities While Emgage was founded in 2008, it became more active
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    Proyecto Azteca

    Proyecto Azteca provides housing to low-income residents in Hildalgo County, Texas, including illegal immigrants. [27] [28] The United Farm Workers of America (UFW) labor organization helped to found Proyecto Azteca in 1991. Left-of-center positions the organization has staked out include defunding Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • For-profit

    Grassroots Solutions

    Grassroots Solutions is a left-of-center political consulting firm. [46] Grassroots Solutions has received tens of millions of dollars[47] 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

    University of Arizona

    The University of Arizona (UA) is a public research university in Tucson, Arizona. It has a student body of 44,831 as of 2017[88] and conducts approximately $600 million in research activity per year, which is funded from both public and private sources. [89] UA is particularly
  • Non-profit

    Oak Hill Fund

    The Oak Hill Fund is a left-of-center grantmaking organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia. [115] The Oak Hill Fund was established in 2001 as a 501(c)(3) organization from the division of the W. Alton Jones Foundation, along with the Blue Moon Fund (now the Cassiopeia Foundation) and the
  • Person

    Zack Exley

    Zack Exley is a former senior adviser to Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and co-founder of the left-wing political committees Justice Democrats and Brand New Congress. [137] He co-authored Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything as a guide for far-left activism based on
  • Person

    David Sirota

    David Sirota is a far-left journalist and political operative working as the senior advisor and speechwriter for the 2020 Presidential campaign of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as of early 2019. [183] Sirota has a long history as a left-of-center political activist and journalist, having contributed to
  • Non-profit

    Fair Elections Center

    Fair Elections Center (formerly the Fair Elections Legal Network) is a left-of-center litigation and election policy advocacy nonprofit created in 2006. The group originated as a project of the center-left funding and fiscal sponsorship group New Venture Fund; it has since been incubated into an independent nonprofit and was
  • Non-profit

    Al Otro Lado

    Al Otro Lado (“To the Other Side”) is a center-left immigration advocacy organization based in Los Angeles, California. The group provides low cost or pro bono legal representation and healthcare services to individuals living illegally in the United States or seeking entry into the United States, primarily in Tijuana, Mexico. The
  • Non-profit

    IfNotNow Movement

    IfNotNow is a far-left organization that protests Israel’s control of the West Bank, its policies in the Gaza Strip, and Israeli policy towards Arabs. While the organization has a strong stance opposed to Israel’s handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it takes no “unified stance” on the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment,
  • Non-profit

    CARA Family Detention Project

    The CARA Family Detention Project (or CARA) organizes pro bono legal services for migrants who have entered the United States without permission and are seeking asylum, especially in family units. It is jointly operated by four organizations that individually advocate for liberalized U.S. immigration policy and/or provide free legal assistance
  • Non-profit

    Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)

    The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free legal representation in Texas to people needing immigration law assistance. In 2017, RAICES claims to have closed 51,000 pro-bono immigration and refugee status cases.[346] In its 2016 federal tax filings
  • Non-profit

    Campaign for Accountability

    The Campaign for Accountability (CfA) is an ostensibly nonpartisan left-wing advocacy organization founded to expose supposed misconduct and corruption in the government and private sector. CfA typically targets conservative government officials or organizations in its investigations and has two Democratic operatives serving on its board of directors. CfA was formed
  • Non-profit

    Centro Sin Fronteras

    The Centro Sin Fronteras (“Center Without Borders”), officially the Centro Sin Fronteras Community Services Network, is a 501(c)(3) illegal immigration activist organization. The Center was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1987 by Emma Lozano, a pastor at the Lincoln United Methodist Church in Chicago, Illinois. [402]
  • Non-profit

    Pueblo Sin Fronteras

    For more information on Pueblo Sin Fronteras, see Centro Sin Fronteras and La Familia Latina Unida (Nonprofits) The Pueblo Sin Fronteras (“People Without Borders”) is a project of La Familia Latina Unida, a Chicago, Illinois-based 501(c)(4) illegal immigration advocacy organization formed in 2001 by Elvira Arellano, an
  • Non-profit

    Civic Participation Action Fund (CPAF)

    The Civic Participation Action Fund (CPAF) was a secretive left-of-center advocacy group created by the Atlantic Advocacy Fund in December 2014 with a multi-million dollar endowment. The Atlantic Advocacy fund is one of several 501(c)(4) nonprofits created by Atlantic Philanthropies, a principally offshore left-of-center grantmaking foundation associated with
  • For-profit

    Telefund

    Telefund, Inc. is a fundraising and campaign telemarketing firm for left-of-center advocacy and political organizations established by left-of-center organizing strategist Doug Phelps in 1988. It is affiliated with the Public Interest Network, a network of left-of-center for-profit and non-profit advocacy organizations led by Phelps. Telefund has offices in
  • Non-profit

    International City/County Management Association

    The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) is a leadership and management organization for municipal and local government civil servants around the world. [650] ICMA promotes the “council-manager” governance approach for cities and counties. [651] Under a council-manager government, executive power is exercised by a civil servant (the
  • Non-profit

    Houston Endowment

    The Houston Endowment was founded in 1937 by Jesse H. Jones and Mary Gibbs Jones as an extension of their personal philanthropy. The organization gives grants to organization throughout the greater Houston area. [699] Today, the endowment gives approximately $80,000,000 each year to organizations including some left-wing immigration