Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’

  • Non-profit

    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
  • Other Group

    Network for Public Health Law (NPHL)

    Network for Public Health Law (NPHL) is a left-of-center legal organization that produces articles and research advocating for more government control over healthcare, opposition to state laws limiting access to abortion, and unrestricted distribution of the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone.
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    Mighty Arrow Family Foundation

    Mighty Arrow Family Foundation is a left-of-center environmentalist 1 and critical race theory-influenced 2 grantmaking foundation
  • Non-profit

    National Christian Charitable Foundation

    The National Christian Charitable Foundation (NCF), also known as the National Christian Foundation, is a community foundation. Founded in 1982, it is currently the largest Christian charity in the United States, having facilitated more than $14.5 billion in grants to more than 71,000 churches and other nonprofit organizations. The organization
  • Non-profit

    The Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI)

    The Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI) is a right-leaning think tank that researches, develops, and promotes innovative public policy solutions based on the ideals of individual liberty, limited government, and free markets.
  • Non-profit

    People United for Privacy Foundation (PUPF)

    People United for Privacy Foundation (PUPF) is an advocacy organization that supports privacy rights, especially as they concern private citizens making donations to nonprofit organizations. PUPF aims to protect fundamental freedoms afforded by the First Amendment, which allow for the private support of causes without fear of intimidation or harassment.
  • Non-profit

    Vera R. Campbell Foundation

    Vera R. Campbell Foundation is a grantmaking foundation located in Los Angeles, California. Its grants are allocated primarily to left-leaning Los Angeles-based organizations that focus on education, the arts, social services, and public policy. The foundation has no full-time employees.
  • Non-profit

    Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research

    The Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research is a non-partisan, public policy think tank that advocates for individual freedom, limited government, and free markets, especially as it regards tax, health care, and entitlement policy.
  • Non-profit

    The Asian American Foundation

    The Asian American Foundation (TAAF) is a left-of-center Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) advocacy fund and grantmaking organization that conducts outreach campaigns to generate support for left-leaning causes among AAPI communities. 1
  • Non-profit

    Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy

    The Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy is a think tank formed in 2018 in Washington, D.C. The organization is named after Reconstruction-era U.S. Rep. Joseph Hayne Rainey (R-SC), the first Black man to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.
  • Non-profit

    The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy (GCCLP)

    The Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy is a left-of-center, non-profit law firm and that works on climate related issues in communities located in the south of the United States. The GCCLP’s operations work through the Gulf South states of Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
  • Non-profit

    Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity

    The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity (FREOPP) is a non-partisan, public policy think tank focused on expanding economic opportunity for those with incomes or wealth below the U.S. median. To achieve this, FREOPP advocates for equal opportunity through public policies that use the principles of individual liberty, free enterprise,
  • Non-profit

    America First Policy Institute (AFPI)

    America First Policy Institute (AFPI) is a right-of-center policy think-tank and advocacy organization founded in 2021 by Brooke Rollins and Larry Kudlow, former advisors to President Donald Trump. 1 The
  • Non-profit

    Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation

    The Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) is a libertarian-leaning private foundation located in Arlington, Virginia, that is funded and controlled by billionaire businessman and philanthropist Charles Koch. The organization was founded by Koch and has close ties to many right-leaning organizations that have received funding from Charles Koch and his
  • Non-profit

    Heritage Foundation

    The Heritage Foundation is a right-of-center policy think tank founded in 1973 that researches and recommends policies such as free markets, limited government, a strong national defense, and courts that adhere to the original meaning of the U.S. Constitution.
  • Non-profit

    Great Plains Public Policy Institute

    The Great Plains Public Policy Institute (GPPPI) is a non-partisan public policy think tank that supports policies promoting free enterprise and individual liberty in South Dakota. GPPPI  publishes research and commentary on policies focused on South Dakota’s economy, education, and government spending and taxation.
  • Non-profit

    KnowledgeWorks Foundation

    The KnowledgeWorks Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes left-of-center public education policies involving the implementation of blockchain technologies into the public school system. The organization has advocated for the public education system to train students for a future dominated by automation, alleging that many of today’s jobs will no
  • Non-profit

    Local Progress (Local Progress Policy Action)

     Local Progress (officially Local Progress Policy Action) is an advocacy group advancing left-of-center policies and ideologies at the municipal level across America. 1 Together with its charitable arm Local Progress Policy Institute and with
  • Non-profit

    Faith in Texas

    Faith in Texas is a Texas-based organization with an interfaith structure focused on advancing a left-leaning approach to social matters. It is a member of the national Faith in Action coalition of religious-left community organizing groups. Issues Faith in Texas has four primary campaigns: Live Free Texas, LA RED, Voter Engagement, and
  • Movement

    Public Funds Public Schools

    Public Funds Public Schools (PFPS) is a teachers’ union-aligned campaign started by the controversial left-wing extremism watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), its affiliated SPLC Action Fund, the teachers’ union-funded litigation group Education Law Center, and the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson.