Search results for ‘fight for $15’

  • Other Group

    New York City Pension Funds

    The New York City Public Pension Funds refer collectively to five New York City public-employee pension funds that hold over $253 billion in combined assets.1 Managed by the New York
  • Non-profit

    Beyond Recovery

    The Beyond Recovery campaign is a project of the radical-left-aligned Right to the City Alliance1 to halt evictions, rent, and
  • Non-profit

    New York Communities Organizing Fund

    The New York Communities Organizing Fund Incorporated (NYCOFI) is a left-of-center fundraising group that advocates for laws to restrain landlords from evicting tenants even if rent has not been paid.
  • Non-profit

    CS Fund

    Founded in 1981 by Maryanne Mott and Herman Warsh, the CS Fund is a private family foundation which conducts grantmaking activates as it relates to three designated program areas: emerging technologies, food sovereignty, and rghts and governance.
  • Non-profit

    Latin American Working Group (LAWG)

    The Latin America Working Group is a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying organization that works to increase immigration levels into the U.S., to make immigration policy more liberal, and to change U.S. foreign policy in Latin America by normalizing relations with revolutionary radical-left regimes in the region. The organization coordinates the visits
  • Non-profit

    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

    The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is one of the largest Christian denominations in the country, claiming 4 million members across 10,000 congregations within the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • Person

    Lawrence Hess

    Lawrence Hess is the president of Lehbros Limited (a successor to Lehman Brothers), a real estate firm that manages and owns apartment communities in San Diego, California. Hess is also involved with Hesse Companies which owns three separate New Jersey corporations: C.J. Hesse, a highway construction and paving company; Brick
  • Political Party/527

    Fix Congress Now

    Fix Congress Now (stylized Fix Congress Now!) is a super PAC founded in Denver, Colorado in 2019. The PAC is affiliated with Unite America, a national ostensibly bipartisan but functionally liberal-aligned organization pushing for left-of-center voter reform and “compromise” candidates in primary elections. As of 2020, Fix Congress Now
  • Government Agency

    California Public Employees’ Retirement System

    The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) is a government agency in California that is the United States’ largest government worker pension fund. 1 It engages in shareholder activism by using proxy voting, advancing left-of-center corporate policies in
  • Non-profit

    Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy

    Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy (CASE) advocates for deregulating immigration law and voting policies in Maricopa County and Arizona at large.
  • Other Group

    Soros Network (Open Society Network)

    The Soros Network (also called the Open Society Network) is a system of private grantmaking foundations and nonprofits that comprise one of the largest funders of center-left and far-left activism and advocacy in the world. At the center of the network is George Soros, a Hungarian-born financier and liberal
  • Person

    Tracy Sturdivant

    Tracy Sturdivant is president of The League, an organizing collective that grew out of the Make it Work Campaign, which she also co-founded. Sturdivant is a veteran organizer for left-of-center causes and a self-professed “one woman coalition.”
  • Labor Union

    SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania

    Service Employees International Union Healthcare Pennsylvania (SEIU Healthcare PA) is a “mega-local” of the SEIU labor union, representing services employees, nurses, other healthcare workers, and government workers in the state of Pennsylvania. Like its parent union, SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania is politically involved in left-of-center circles. It consistently supports and
  • Non-profit

    Operation HOPE

    Operation HOPE is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that provides financial literacy and educational programs to low-income Americans. Operation HOPE also provides financial consulting services free of charge for individuals and small businesses. The organization was mentioned in a 2017 investigation into the handling of financial settlements during the Obama administration
  • Non-profit

    California Clean Money Campaign

    The California Clean Money Campaign (CCMC) is an advocacy group that supports left-of-center campaign finance policies, including proposals to require advertisements to disclose major donors like the 2016 Voters’ Right to Know Act, a proposed state constitutional amendment that did not qualify for the ballot. CCMC is funded by
  • Person

    John Morgan

    John Morgan is a Florida-based trial lawyer and a partner and founder of one of the nation’s largest law firms, Morgan and Morgan. Morgan has donated millions of dollars to Democratic candidates
  • Non-profit

    Washington Community Action Network

    Washington Community Action Network, also referred to as Washington CAN, is a left-leaning nonprofit advocacy group that promotes a variety of left-progressive economic and social policy positions. 1 Washington Community Action
  • Non-profit

    Kinder Institute for Urban Research

    The Kinder Institute for Urban Research is a left-of-center think-tank run by Rice University in Houston, Texas which focuses on combining research with direct political action. 1 The Institute produces the
  • Person

    Marc Benioff

    Marc Benioff is founder, chairman, and co-CEO of, a leading software company. Benioff engages in a substantial amount of advocacy-philanthropic giving, and he has espoused numerous left-of-center political views opposing capitalism, favoring strict gun control, defending liberal-left approaches to homelessness, and supporting liberal expansionist immigration policy. As of 2018,
  • Non-profit

    Center for Global Policy Solutions

    Center for Global Policy Solutions is a left-of-center nonprofit founded by Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, the former chair of the Maryland Democratic Party, a candidate for U.S. Representative in the special election to fill the seat for the 7th District, and widow of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD).