Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’

  • Non-profit

    Texas Public Policy Foundation

    The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a conservative-leaning think tank based in Austin, TX. The organization was founded in 1987 and states its mission is to defend liberty, personal responsibility and free enterprise in Texas and across the United States.
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    Public Rights Project (PRP)

    The Public Rights Project (PRP) is an activist group that attempts to embed left-of-center attorneys in local public law offices to pursue litigation using what PRP calls “affirmative litigation” to advance left-of-center policy goals.
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    Texas Tribune

    Texas Tribune Inc. is a Texas-based news organization that publishes news articles online and is the host of the annual Texas Tribune Festival. 1 Texas Tribune has a Climate Change series that reports on
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    Loud Hound Foundation

    The Loud Hound Foundation is a San Francisco-based left-of-center grantmaking foundation. 1 William Moritz is the president of the Loud Hound Foundation. His father, venture capital billionaire and Sequoia Capital director
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    Chrest Foundation

    The Chrest Foundation is an Irving, Texas-based private grantmaking foundation that serves as the giving vehicle for investors Jeff Jensen and Lou Anne King Jensen. The nonprofit supports causes such as left-leaning criminal justice policy, left-of-center environmental causes, and Turkish nonprofits.
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    NCSL Foundation for Legislators (NCSL Foundation)

    The NCSL Foundation for Legislators, also known as the NCSL Foundation, is the nonprofit foundation arm of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), a national association funded by the state and territorial legislatures of the United States. NCSL is officially nonpartisan and its executive committee is divided between
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    Latino Community Foundation

    The Latino Community Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation that funds organizations focused on the Latino community and its issues. Formerly an “affinity group” of United Way of the Bay Area and supporting organization of the San Francisco Foundation, the Latino Community Foundation became an independent, statewide organization
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    Our American Future Foundation (OAFF)

    Our American Future Foundation (OAFF) is a left-of-center advocacy group that was incorporated in October 2022. 1 It acquired a fiscal sponsorship initiative administered by the
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    Convention of States Foundation (COSF)

    The Convention of States Foundation (COSF) is an organization that seeks to limit the power of the federal government. COSF supports calling an Article V convention of states to propose new Constitutional amendments restrict the jurisdiction and power of the federal government in order to return power to American citizens.
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    Sills Family Foundation

    The Sills Family Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation. The group focuses much of its grantmaking on liberal criminal justice policies, more permissive immigration policies, environmentalist issues, and other left-of-center priorities. It has expanded its giving to incorporate more members of the Sills family and has created a rapid
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    Edmund Burke Foundation

    The Edmund Burke Foundation (EBF) is a national-conservative research organization that traces Anglo-American conservative tradition from its earliest days up through the 20th century. 1 It is named for Edmund Burke, an 18th-century British
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    Norman Foundation

    The Norman Foundation is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that focuses on environmentalist and economic justice issues and movement building. The Foundation mandates that grant requests should further equity and that funded projects are likely to achieve left-of-center systemic change. The Norman Foundation funds environmentalist groups that seek to preserve land
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    Texas 2036

    Texas 2036 is a center-left think tank focused on Texas-specific public policy advocacy. Former Texas 2036 CEO (and George W. Bush administration Secretary of Education) Margaret Spellings, who later became Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) president and CEO, has said that the center-left BPC’s thesis is “pretty much
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    Cleveland Foundation

    The Cleveland Foundation is a grantmaking foundation based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in the 1910s, the foundation is among the largest grantmaking institutions in the United States with over $3.2 billion in assets under management and over $120 million in annual grants distributed. The foundation bills itself as the “world’s
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    American Endowment Foundation (AEF)

    American Endowment Foundation (AEF) is a donor-advised fund (DAF) provider that manages over $4 billion in assets and consists of 10,000 individual donor-advised funds 1 serving donors in all 50 states.
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    Local Progress Policy Institute

    Local Progress Policy Institute trains and encourages local elected officials to advance left-of-center policies in their official roles. It is funded by labor unions and major left-of-center foundations such as the Ford Foundation, Arnold Ventures, and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and includes mayors, district attorneys, county
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    George W. Bush Foundation

    The George W. Bush Foundation, which operates as the George W. Bush Presidential Center (shortened as the Bush Center), is a nonpartisan organization that houses the George W. Bush Presidential Museum and the George W. Bush Institute at the Southern Methodist University (SMU) campus in Dallas. The Bush Center’s mission
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    The Family Leader (TFL) Foundation

    The Family Leader Foundation (TFL Foundation, styled The FAMiLY Leader Foundation) is a right-of-center nonprofit organization that seeks to promote and protect traditional values like marriage, family, and religious liberty. 1 The Family
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    China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF)

    China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) seeks to build relations between the United States and China. 1 It is funded by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as part of its United Front
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    Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) Foundation

    The Oregon Health and Science University Foundation (OHSU Foundation) is the fundraising arm of the Oregon state school of medicine and hospital system. Despite ostensibly serving to obtain donations and subsidize the cost of its healthcare services and research, OHSU Foundation has at times taken left-of-center positions on issues such