Search results for ‘planned parenthood federation of america’


  • Non-profit

    Marcy and Leona Chanin Foundation

    The Marcy and Leona Chanin Foundation is a private foundation based in the state of Florida. Marcy Chanin, who is now deceased, was the president of Chanin Management, Inc., based out of New York, New York. Chanin Management specialized in the building of the art-deco stylized structures like the Chanin
  • Non-profit

    Mississippi Center for Justice

    The Mississippi Center for Justice (MCJ) is a public interest law firm that focuses on racial and economic issues in the state of Mississippi. The center has also provided legal support for left-of-center causes such as challenging pro-life laws in the state[5] and providing legal assistance to illegal
  • Non-profit

    Raikes Foundation

    The Raikes Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation that financially supports youth-serving institutions focused on areas of education and youth homelessness. The Raikes Foundation has joined with other left-of-center organizations in taking a public stance denouncing and criticizing President Donald Trump. [35] Jeff and Tricia Raikes
  • Non-profit

    Prince Charitable Trusts

    The Frederick Henry Prince Testamentary Trust (Prince Charitable Trusts) is made up of three left-leaning arts and social activism funds which support both apolitical and left-leaning non-profit groups in Washington, D.C.; Newport, Rhode Island; and Chicago, Illinois. It was established in 1947 by investor Frederick Henry Prince and his wife,
  • Non-profit

    ACRONYM

    ACRONYM is a left-of-center political and advocacy organization designed to launch voter mobilization and digital advertising programs while also working on communications for left-progressive causes. [71] ACRONYM advances a left-of-center agenda at the local, state, and national levels. [72] Though ACRONYM is a 501(c)(4) organization whose
  • Movement

    March for Science

    The March for Science is a left-of-center movement that advocates for environmentalist policies and opposes Trump administration initiative. March for Science endorses number of liberal policies include abortion access,[129] expansionist approaches to immigration,[130] and environmentalist regulations. [131] March for Science is backed by left-wing
  • Non-profit

    Virginia Civic Engagement Table

    The Virginia Civic Engagement Table is a coalition of left-of-center advocacy groups that functions as a hub for environmentalist anti-conventional energy organizations, expanded voting rights, expanded abortion, and protection of illegal immigrants. History The Virginia Civic Engagement Table (VCET) was formed in 2008 and designed to connect its 35 partner
  • Other Group

    Census Counts 2020

    Census Counts 2020 is a project of the Leadership Conference Education Fund, the 501(c)(3) component of Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, a left-of-center civil rights-focused political advocacy group which has staunchly opposed President Donald Trump. The program aims to increase participation among demographic groups likely to
  • Non-profit

    Johnson Family Foundation

    The Johnson Family Foundation is a New York City-based left-of-center private grantmaking organization. It is also known as the Thomas Phillips and Jane Moore Johnson foundation. Until 2000, the foundation’s giving was oriented more towards education and religious philanthropic causes. But since then, the foundation has become a major contributor
  • Non-profit

    Morningstar Foundation

    The Morningstar Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation based in Bethesda, Maryland that supports left-of-center organizations, including left-wing Jewish advocacy group Bend the Arc, the Social Venture Fund for Jewish-Arab Equality and Shared Society, and Keshet, a group that advocates for LGBT Jews. [230] Grants are
  • Person

    Celinda Lake

    Celinda Lake is the president of Lake Research Partners, a left-of-center law firm, which has worked on behalf of the AFL-CIO, Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood, the SEIU, NARAL, Human Rights Campaign, and others. She is also on the advisory committee of Our
  • Non-profit

    Oak Hill Fund

    The Oak Hill Fund is a left-of-center grantmaking organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia. [243] 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
  • For-profit

    M&R Strategic Services (MRSS)

    M&R Strategic Services (MRSS) is a Washington, D.C.-based government relations and consulting company that primarily caters to left-of-center clients. The firm was founded by Donald Ross, ex-director of the New York Public Interest Group (NYPIRG) and founder of NEO Philanthropy, and Arthur N. Malkin, a former NYPIRG staffer
  • Person

    Nan Hayworth

    Nan Hayworth is a Republican politician who served as U.S. Representative from New York’s 19th Congressional District from 2011 until 2013. In 2018, Hayworth was appointed by President Donald Trump to the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition.[278] She is also the chairwoman of the board for
  • Person

    Donald Ross

    Donald K. Ross is a political consultant, lawyer, and left-wing political activist credited with proposing the model of the Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs) in the 1970s alongside activist Ralph Nader. The PIRGs, state-based policy advocacy groups, operate under the national U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG); US-PIRG
  • Person

    Dolores Huerta

    Dolores Huerta, born Dolores Clara Fernandez Huerta, is a labor union activist and community organizer best known for co-founding the United Farm Workers (UFW) labor union with Cesar Chavez. She has had close associations with community organizers like Cesar Chavez, Fred Ross, and Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky.
  • Person

    Fred Stanback

    Fred Stanback, Jr., is a North Carolina billionaire and a major donor to organizations that promote abortion access (such as Planned Parenthood South Atlantic), left-leaning environmental policies (such as Sierra Club Foundation), population control (such as Population Connection, formerly known as Zero Population Growth), immigration restrictionism (such as
  • Person

    Willie Parker

    Willie Parker is an OB/GYN, abortion practitioner, and pro-abortion political activist. Parker is chairman of the board of directors of Physicians for Reproductive Health, a recipient of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award (2015), and recipient of NARAL Pro Choice America’s “Champions of Choice” award. He formerly worked
  • Non-profit

    Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC)

    The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) is a center-left interfaith nonprofit that advocates for expanded abortion access as well as a host of center-left policies, including LGBTQ issues, illegal immigration, environmentalism, and “economic justice.” RCRC typically lobbies against state and federal bans on public funding of abortions, legislation and ballot
  • Non-profit

    Borrego Foundation

    The Borrego Foundation is a grantmaking institution that significantly contributes to left-of-center organizations which share a focus on supporting abortion and environmentalism. [432] Borrego President Mary E. Rubin is a member of the board of directors for the left-leaning Center for Reproductive Rights, a pro-abortion-rights advocacy group.