Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’


  • 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. [1]
  • 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. [249] ICMA promotes the “council-manager” governance approach for cities and counties. [250] 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. [298] Today, the endowment gives approximately $80,000,000 each year to organizations including some left-wing immigration
  • Person

    Darren Walker

    For more please see Ford Foundation. Since 2013 Darren Walker has been President of the Ford Foundation, one of the largest left-leaning granting foundations in the United States. [321] In 2015 he implemented a major re-structuring of Ford’s granting priorities designed to create what Walker characterized
  • Person

    Ralph Nader

    Ralph Nader is an American environmentalist and consumers’-interests activist and left-of-center politician. Though he affiliates with neither major party, his views are generally considered left-wing and he focuses on promoting anti-free-market regulations. Nader became a household name in the 1960s with Unsafe at Any Speed, his investigative report on the
  • Non-profit

    Democracy and Power Fund

    The Democracy and Power Fund is a now-defunct project of the Open Society Foundations (OSF), a private grantmaking foundation created in 1993 and funded by billionaire financier and liberal philanthropist George Soros. [430] OSF is now the main hub of a Soros-funded network of more
  • Non-profit

    Protect Our Care

    Protect Our Care is a left-of-center healthcare advocacy organization created to lobby for the preservation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (better known as “Obamacare”). Protect Our Care’s executive director is Brad Woodhouse, a prominent Democratic Party operative and political activist who previously served as president of American
  • Non-profit

    Demand Justice

    Demand Justice is a left-of-center advocacy group created in early 2018 that aims to influence the political leanings of America’s courts by supporting the appointment of liberal judicial nominees and opposing right-of-center nominees. The organization acts primarily through media campaigns against nominated and unconfirmed judicial nominees. Demand Justice was established
  • Person

    Elon Musk

    Elon Musk is a South African-born American technology entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist best known for his role as a founder or co-founder of a number of high-profile technology firms. Musk is the chief executive officer, chairman, or a board member of a number of prominent firms across various industries, including
  • Person

    Chloe Cockburn

    Chloe Cockburn is the criminal justice program officer at the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation funded and managed by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna. She is also the director and a board member of the Bia-Echo Foundation, and the creator
  • Non-profit

    Open Philanthropy Action Fund

    The Open Philanthropy Action Fund (OPAF) is the political arm of the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation that gives to numerous left-of-center organizations concerned with criminal justice policy. The OPP began as a project of GiveWell, a group which seeks to improve philanthropy, and Good
  • Non-profit

    Ragtag

    Ragtag is a group of left-of-center programmers and lawyers who volunteer to provide technical development and support for left-wing groups. As of 2018, the group has over 600 volunteers. [685] Ragtag is structured as a nonprofit LLC. Its sister-group, the Ragtag Volunteers Community and Education Fund, can receive
  • Other Group

    Way to Win

    Way to Win (also known as Way to Win Action Fund) is an organizational strategy hub for left-leaning organizations that helps identify key elections that the Democratic Party needs to win in order to gain control of various legislative bodies. Way to Win then directs the efforts of other left-leaning
  • Political Party/527

    National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC)

    The National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC) is a Democratic Party PAC (political action committee) conceived in late 2016 by political operatives in the Democratic Party and the Obama administration, including President Barack Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder. It officially launched on January 12, 2017.
  • Non-profit

    Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP)

    FCCP is a “fiscally sponsored” project. For more information about FCCP’s parent group, see NEO Philanthropy (Nonprofit) The Funders Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) is a donors’ affinity group for left-wing voter engagement advocacy that steers millions of dollars from left-wing funding entities to left-of-center nonprofits that use the
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Fund Voice

    Also see Democracy Fund (Non-profit) Democracy Fund Voice is a left-leaning lobbying and electoral advocacy group within the advocacy-philanthropy network of eBay chairman and founder Pierre Omidyar. [879] The group advocates for a number of left-of-center policy issues including Democratic Party-advantaging election administration changes and funds
  • Non-profit

    Citizens Climate Education Corporation

    Citizens Climate Education (CCE) is an environmentalist advocacy organization affiliated with the lobbying group Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL). CCE promotes a carbon tax scheme as its primary solution to climate change, which it refers to as a “carbon fee and dividend.” [895] Though the group claims to be