Radical Hard Left Groups

These are various radical groups that don’t really fit into other categories.  They are, however, Left wing, and, in several cases, Far Far Left (think Left of Hillary).

Democracy Spring Buddies

15 Now Philly


100 Grannies for a Livable Future


African American Ministers in Action

American Ethical Union

American Family Voices

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)


Backbone Campaign

Big Apple Coffee Party

Brave New Films

Catholics United

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for the Working Poor

Citizen Action NY

Code Pink

Coffee Party USA

Columbus Campaign for Arms Control

Conscious Elders Network

Courage Campaign

Ctzn Well

Demand Progress

Democracy Chronicles

Democracy Coffee

Democracy for America

Democracy Matters

Democratic Socialists of America


Dolores Huerta Foundation

East Coast Cannabis Coalition (ECCC)

East Point Peace Academy

Elder Activists

Elders Climate Action

Every Voice

Energy Action Coalition

Food & Water Watch

Franciscan Action Network

Friends of the Earth

Get Money Out – Maryland

Human Earth Animal Liberation (HEAL)

Hightower Lowdown

Institute for Policy Studies

Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC)

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Jewish Voice for Peace

Just Foreign Policy

Leadership Development Initiative

March Against Corruption

March Against Monsanto

Maryland Committee to Amend

Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN)


Money Out! People In!


National Organization for Women (NOW)

National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

National People’s Action

Network of Spiritual Progressives/ Tikkun Magazine

New Hampshire Rebellion

Occupy Catholics

Office of the Americas

Other 98%

PA United to Amend

Pay 2 Play

Peace Action

People Demanding Action

People for Bernie

People for the American Way

People Over Politics

People’s Empowerment Project

Pride at Work-New York City/Long Island

Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC)

Progressive Democrats of America

Public Citizen

Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU)

ReThink Media




Shalom Center

Small Planet Institute

Social Security Works

South Central Wisconsin United To Amend

Stamp Stampede

Stop Police Terror Project DC

Sustain US

Unitarian Universalist Association

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County

United Native Americans

United for Peace and Justice

United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS)

United States Student Association (USSA)

United We Dream

U.S. Climate Plan

Ursulines of Tildonk for Justice & Peace

We are Woman

We the People Massachusetts

WildEarth Guardians


Women’s Promise

Working Families Party

Workmen’s Circle

World Beyond War

Yes Men

Young Democratic Socialists

Youth Jobs Coalition / We Have a Future

Source:   http://www.democracyspring.org/

$$$ Out!  People In! Buddies

99 Rise

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence (Bay Area)

California Common Cause (Bay Area)

The California Disclose Act

California LULAC Institute

Central Contra Costa County Move On Council

East Bay Move to Amend

Free Speech for People

Mount Diablo Peace and Justice Center

Represent US

Sunflower Alliance

Todos Unidos

Tri-Valley MoveOn Council

Source: Supporting Groups tab at http://www.moneyoutpeoplein.com/member_orgs

(Note: Move to Amend is NOT affiliated with the Convention of States Project.  Convention of States is with Citizens for Self-Governance, which you will NOT see on the list below.)

Move To Amend Buddies

After Downing Street

Alliance for Democracy*

American Friends Service Committee

American Friends Service Committee – NE Ohio*

Backbone Campaign

Black Agenda Report*


Center for Corporate Policy

Center for Media and Democracy*

Code Pink

Coffee Party USA

Democracy Unlimited*

Detroit Women of Color

Family Farm Defenders

Friends of the Earth

Global Exchange

Independent Progressive Politics Network*

Liberty Tree Foundation*

National Lawyers Guild*

North Carolina AFL-CIO

Organic Consumers Association

Peace Action

Peace and Freedom Party of California

Peaceful Uprising

People-Centered Development Forum

Portland Jobs with Justice

Program on Corporations Law and Democracy*

Progressive Democrats of America*

Reclaim Democracy*

Ruckus Society

Sebastopol Grange

Shays 2

Sierra Club


The Pachamama Alliance

Ultimate Civics*

Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community

Velvet Revolution

Vermont for Single Payer

Veterans For Peace

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom*

Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church

Pottawattamie County Iowa Republican Party

1% A Peace Army

19 Organizations

2013 National OCCUPY Gathering

A New Way Forward

Abolish Corporate Personhood Now

Advocacy and Education Committee of Community Action Partnership of Greater Dayton Area

Agricultural Permitting Services, LLC

Alachua County Democratic Executive Committee

Alachua County Democratic Party

Alachua County Green Party

Alaska Public Interest Research Group (AkPIRG)

Alaska Women for Political Action (AWPA)

Alliance for Progressive Values

American Independent Business Alliance

Americans for Healthcare

Americans Who Tell The Truth

Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Animal Medical, Inc.

Anti-War Committee


Association of Federal, State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 1684

AWAKE Palm Beach County

Banner Grange 627

Barbour County Democratic Women

Berkeley Fellowship of Universalist Unitarians, Social Justice Committee

Berks Gas Truth

BitJazz Inc.

Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project

Bullfrog Communities

Bus For Progress

California State Grange

Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for Corporate Policy

Center for Justice, Peace and the Environment/Fort Collins Community Action Network

Central Labor Council of Humboldt & Del Norte Counties (CA)

Central Ohio Green Education Fund

CGR Consulting



Citizens for Legitimate Government

Citizens for Peaceful Resolutions

Citizens Institute for Public Policy

City Lights Books in San Francisco

Civic Satisfaction

Clay Street Counseling and Consulting

Clifton Citizens to End Corporate Rule

Clove Valley CSA at Outback Farm

Coal Moratorium Now!

Coalition of Concerned Patriots


Coast Democratic Club of Mendocino County

Colorado Community Rights Network

Columbus Free Press

Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

Commonomics USA

Commonweal Institute

Community Democracy Project

Community Organizing Center

Community Unitarian Universalist Church

Compassion dba Small Change

Concerned Citizens of Tioga County

Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Connect The Dots For Democracy

Constitution Restoration Cooperative Association

Cook Inletkeeper

Corporation Separation Movement

Counter Culture Frozen Yogurt Mansfield Road


Culver City Democratic Club

Darla House Mission Church

Dave Swager Photography

Dayton Miami Valley AFL-CIO Regional Labor Council

Declaration of Reindependence

Defiance Citizens For Change

Democracy Amendment Coalition of Massachusetts-West

Democracy for America (DFA) Palm Beach County

Democracy for America of Fairfield County, Connecticut

Democracy for Missouri

Democracy for Montgomery County

Democracy for Pittsburgh

Democratic Committee of Essex County, NY

Democratic Socialists of Central Ohio

Democrats United for Progress

DGC Press

Dick Eiden for Congress 2012

District 7 West Move On Council

Divide Democrats

DocExamPro LLC

Drake Law Firm

DuPage County Green Party

East Bay Peace Action

Eastern Washington Voters

Eat Drink Politics


EcoBirth-Women for Earth and Birth


Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church

Essex County, New York, Democratic Committee

Ethical Business Society

Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia (EHSoP)

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, OH

First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palm Beaches – Social Action Committee

Florida Immigrant Coalition

Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER)

Florida Voters Coalition

Food & Water Watch

Free Speech For People

Friends for a Nonviolent World

Full Moon Sanctuary Church



Gordon, Elias & Seely

Grace Productions, Inc.

Grandmothers for Peace – Twin Cities

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Greater Northwest Ohio AFL-CIO Endorsement

Greater Peoria Progressive Coalition

Green Democratic Club of Sacramento County

Green Party of Dallas County

Green Party of Florida

Green Party of Hamilton County Ohio

Green Party of Humboldt County

Green Party of Minnesota

Green Party of Monroe County, NY

Green Party of Monterey County

Green Party of Ohio

Green Party of San Mateo County

Green Party of Santa Fe

Green Party of Skagit County

Green Party of Suffolk

Green Party of Tennessee

Green Party of Washington State

Green Sanctuary Task Force, Unitarian-Universalist Church of Bloomington, Indiana

Greenway Flooring, LLC

Hands Across the River Coalition, Inc. – Greater New Bedford, Massachusetts


Health Care for All Oregon


Herbert Law Offices

Hinds & Associates

Hip Hop Congress

Human Agenda

Humanist Community of Central Ohio

Humboldt Bay Veterans for Peace

Information Press

Inner Works Acupuncture and Physical Therapy

International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees, Local 60 Pensacola, FL

International Longshore and Warehouse Union

Iowa Sierra Club

Jabar Injury

Jackson County Democrats/ Occupy Ashland

Justice Through Music

Kentucky Education Association

Kitchel Family Organic Farm

Klamath Sustainable Communities

Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church

Lake County Democratic Club

Larry Packwood Builder

Las Vegas (NM) Peace and Justice Center

Law Offices of Bill Black

Lawmaker Ethics.org

Leftist Marching Band

Local 20/20 – A Transition Town Initiative

Lompoc Democratic Club

Lompoc Films endorsed petition to Lompoc City Council

Lotus Tribe

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Macalester Plymouth United Church

Macrocosm USA

Main Street Alliance of Oregon

Maine Citizens for Clean Elections

Mainstreet Moms

Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Media Action Center

Metro Justice, Inc.

Michael Cavlan US Senate Campaign


Middle Class Clout

Miller Law Offices


Minnesota AFL-CIO

Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers

MN Citizens Federation N.E.

MN Pachamama Community

Montgomery County Progressive Alliance

Mountain Vista Unitarian Universalist

Move On – Vancouver Washington Chapter

MoveOn Council of South Palm Beach/ North Broward Counties

MoveOn metro Denver council

MoveOn.org Southern Alameda County Council

National Consortium of What’s Happening Now

National Lawyers Guild of Minnesota

Nature Coast Unitarian Universalists Inc. of Citrus Springs FL

Needs of the People Foundation

Nelson Smith

Network for Environmental and Economic Responsibility of United Church of Christ

New Harmony Watch

New Progressive Alliance

New York Democracy Group

New York Occupy Wall Street Restore Democracy Working Group

No Money Congress

No More Stolen Elections!*

No More Victims

North Shore Labor Council

Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice

NY Against Fracking

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

Occupy Amherst

Occupy Baltimore

Occupy Berkshires

Occupy COMO – Columbia, MO

Occupy Danbury

Occupy Falmouth

Occupy Hendersonville (NC)

Occupy Houston

Occupy Merced

Occupy Moab

Occupy Mountain View

Occupy Naperville

Occupy Newport Corporate Personhood Group

Occupy North Palm Beach

Occupy Oakland Local Business Liaison Committee

Occupy Oceanside

Occupy Our Home

Occupy Palm Beach County, Florida

Occupy Port Townsend

Occupy Rockford

Occupy Sacramento

Occupy Saint Paul

Occupy Salem Oregon

Occupy San Fernando Valley

Occupy Santa Rosa

Occupy Seattle’s Get Money Out of Politics workgroup

Occupy Space Coast

Occupy Springfield Missouri

Occupy Tucson



Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans

Ohio Conference on Fair Trade

Oil Change International

One Goal Campaign


Orange County Peace Coalition

Our Voice Matters

Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice

Pacific Green Party of Oregon

Palm Beach County Chapter of the Network of Spiritual Progressives

Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition

Palm Desert Greens Democratic Club

Palomar Unitarian Universalist Peace and Justice Ministry

Patriots for Change

Patriots Grow Alliance

Peace & Justice Center of Nevada County

Peace Action of San Mateo County

Peace Education and Action Center

Peace Education Center of Greater Lansing

Peace Network of the Ozarks

PeaceWorks KC

Pediatric Psychology of Connecticut, LLC

Pediatric Psychology of New York, PLLC

Peninsula Peace and Justice Center

PennVentures, Inc.

Pensacola Patriots for Peace

Pensacola Solutions Project

People Against Chemical Tresspass

People For A New Society

People for Peace and Justice Sandusky County

People’s Democratic Club of Santa Cruz County

Permaculture Activist Magazine

Petaluma Grange

Point Nine Nine, .99 Advocacy Fund

Porterhouse LTD

Proaction Associates

Progpen Consulting, Inc.

Progressive Coalition of Northern New York

Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) – Palm Beach County, Florida

Progressive Democrats of America – Arizona

Progressive Democrats of America, Ohio Chapter

Progressive Party of Oregon

Progressive Peace Coalition

Progressive Push

Prosperity Agenda

Public Banking Institute

Raleigh-Wake MoveOn Council

Re-Employ America

Reasonable Solutions OWS Philadelphia

Reclaiming the American Dream team

Redwood Alliance

Refuge Ministries of Tampa Bay

Restore Sanity and Take Back America

River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

RTSV United

Sacramento for Democracy

Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation AFL-CIO

San Diego Clean Elections

San Diego Computer Consulting

Santa Monica City Council

Sarasota Alliance for Fair Elections (SAFE)

Sarasota County Council Of Neighborhood Associations

Second Sister Solutions

SEIU Local 503, Oregon Public Employees Union

Sentient Times

Service and Social Justice Committee, River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Sierra Club, Manatee Sarasota Group

Sierra Club, Osage group of the Missouri Chapter

Sierra Club, Thomas Hart Benton group of the Missouri Chapter

Siskiyou Progressive Alliance

Smiling Bear Woodcrafts

Snader Law Group

Social Action Committee UU Church of Brevard Melbourne FL

Social Action Committee, UU church, Newburyport MA

Social Justice Committee of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Marion Co.

Social Justice Council of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs

Social Justice Council, Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater, FL

Solano Peace, Justice & Freedom Coalition

South Carolina Progressive Network

South Country Peace Group

South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice

South West Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice

Southern Illinois People for Progress

Southwest Ohio Green PAC

Split This Rock Poetry Festival

Squadron 13 Aviation Museum

St Petersburg Greens

Sterns & Walker

Suffolk Peace Network

Surf Dog Enterprises LLC

Surrano Law Offices

Sustainable Living Systems

Syracuse Peace Council

Take Back America for the People

Tao Sun Promotions

Texas Democratic Women

Texas Democratic Women of Ellis County

The 28ers

The 99% of Newark and East Central Ohio

The Ahimsa Store

The American Institute for Progressive Democracy (TAIPD)

The Bridge

The Canary Coalition

The City Council of Oberlin, Ohio

The City of Silverton Oregon

The Climate Crisis Coalition of the Twin Cities (3CTC)

The Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive

The David and Goliath Project

The Enviro Show

The Hampton Institute

The Impartial Review, LLC

The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester

The Last American Vagabond

The Link

The Main Street Alliance

The Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club

The Ohio Farmers Union

The Pachamama Alliance

The Pacific Green Party

The People For Peace Project

The People’s Congress

The Save America Now Project

The Taos Group

The Universal Center for Peace and Development.

The Women’s Network, Advocates for Democratic Principles



Time to Amend

Tioga Peace and Justice

Tom Dwyer Automotive Services

Treasure Coast Progressive Alliance


Triple L, Ink Graphic Design

Twin Cities Peace Campaign

Umpqua Chapter of the Pacific Green Party

Unitarian Fellowship of South Florida

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

Unitarian Universalist Church of Brevard

Unitarian Universalist Church of Corpus Christi, TX

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County

Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs

Unitarian Universalist Community of Cambria

Unitarian Universalist Congregation East

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem Oregon

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Social Justice Team

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice, Florida – Social Justice Committee

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville, FL

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St Augustine, FL

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Vero Beach, FL – Social Justice Committee

Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of Florida (UULMF)

Unitarian Universalist Parish of Monson – Social Action Committee

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Committee of Fresno

Unitarian Universalist Society of the Daytona Beach Area, Inc.

Unitarian Universalists of Grants Pass fellowship

Unitarian Universalists of Pensacola

Unitarian Universalitst Church of Sarasota – Social Justice Committee

United Auto Workers, Local 2865 (CA)

United for a Fair Economy

United Progressives

United to Save Our Democracy

United Wisconsin

Upper Arlington Progressive Action

Upright U.S.A.

US Day of Rage

US Uncut

Vermont for Single Payer

Vermont Political Revolution Corporation

Veterans For Peace Chapter 27

Victoria Armigo, EA

Video Rodeo, Inc.

Voting Matters


We Are One, Inc.

WELL Willits Economic LocaLization

Wendler Law, PC

West Virginia Highlands Conservancy

West Yolo Democratic Club

Western New York Peace Center, Inc.

Wettermark & Keith LLC

WildWood Productions

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign

WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio in Tampa, FL

Women Against Military Madness

Women Occupy San Diego

Worcester (MA) Democratic Committee

WSLR, Inc.

Wunderman Comics

www.WeAreOne.cc – We Are One, Inc. – WAO


Source:  http://www.movetoamend.org/organizations

CREDO Buddies


Color of Change


CREDO Mobile

Source:  https://www.credodonations.com/

Democracy Now!, Brennan Center for Justice, Doctors Without Borders, ACLU, EFF, Planned Parenthood

Source:  http://credoaction.com/about/

Black Lives Matter Fund,  Center for Media and Democracy, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Common Cause, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Shell Not Fund,  Mother Jones Investigative Fund, International Rescue Committee, Medical Students for Choice, OUR Walmart, NARAL Pro-Choice America,  Center for Economic and Policy Research, Fight for the Future, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, Project on Government Oversight, Organic Consumer Association, Rising Tide North America,  Center for Constitutitonal Rights,  Social Security Works, Public Citizens’ Stop the TPP Campaign, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Pathfinder International, Zinn Education Project, InsideClimate News, ReThink Media, Institute for America’s Future,  Association of Concerned Scientists, Free Press, Friends of the Earth

Source:  http://www.credomobile.com/lp/donations/2015-donations-report.aspx?utm_source=credoaction&utm_medium=slider&utm_campaign=2015donationsreport

99% Spring Buddies

Jobs With Justice, United Auto Workers,National Peoples Action, National Domestic Workers Alliance, MoveOn.org, New Organizing Institute, Movement Strategy Center, The Other 98%, Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO, Rebuild the Dream, Color of Change, UNITE-HERE, Greenpeace, Institute for Policy Studies, PICO National Network, New Bottom Line, Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, SNCC Legacy Project, United Steel Workers, National Education Association, Working Families Party, Communications Workers of America, United States Student Association, Rainforest Action Network, American Federation of Teachers, Leadership Center for the Common Good, UNITY, National Guestworker Alliance, 350.org, The Ruckus Society, Citizen Engagement Lab, smartMeme Strategy & Training Project, Right to the City Alliance, Pushback Network, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, Progressive Democrats of America, Change to Win, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Campaign for America’s Future, Public Campaign Action Fund, Fuse Washington, Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment, Citizen Action of New York, Engage, United Electrical Workers Union, National Day Laborers Organizing Network, Alliance for a Just Society, The Partnership for Working Families, United Students Against Sweatshops, Presente.org, Get Equal, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, Corporate Accountability International, American Federation of Government Employees, Training for Change, People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER), Student Labor Action Project, Colorado Progressive Coalition, Green for All, DC Jobs with Justice, Midwest Academy, The Coffee Party, International Forum on Globalization, UFCW International Union, Sunflower Community Action, Illinois People’s Action, Lakeview Action Coalition, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, International Brotherhood of the Teamsters, Resource Generation, Highlander Research and Education Center, TakeAction Minnesota, Energy Action Coalition, Earthhome.us

Source:  http://www.addictinginfo.org/2012/04/15/99-spring-in-the-trenches/

PA United to Amend Buddies

Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN)

Wolf PAC Pennsylvania (Not affiliated with Governor Tom Wolf)

The Citizens Reform Group


Source:   https://paunitedtoamend.wordpress.com/whoispaua/

Code PINK Buddies

Adalah-NY, AlternetCommonDreamsDemocracy Now, the Feminist Majority FoundationGlobal ExchangeGold Star Families for Peace, the Huffington PostIraq Veterans Against the War,Jewish Voice for PeaceMADREMilitary Families Speak OutThe Nation, the National Priorities Project, the New Priorities Network, the Peace Majority ReportPacifica.org, theRainforest Action Network, the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli OccupationUnited For Peace and JusticeVeterans For PeaceWomen in Black, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and Zmag.

Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6149


Action 21



Choforitos United



Jersey City Peace Movement

National Alliance for Filipino Concerns

New Jersey DREAM Act Coalition

New Jersey United Students

New York Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines

NJ Youth Against War and Imperialism

Pinay sa Seattle

Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee

San Francisco Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines


Wind of the Spirit


Source:  Allies section in page footer of https://anakbayannynj.wordpress.com/members/educational-development-materials-2/

Rainbow PUSH Coalition 2013 Buddies

2013 Convention Sponsors

Alpha International Travel, Inc.



Clear Channel


General Electric


Miller Coors


Wells Fargo

Bank of America












Compass Group


Food Lion


Home Depot



Jackson Lewis




Reach Out Wireless

Northern Trust

Service Master



Source:  http://rainbowpush.org/index.php/pages/1746/


Rainbow PUSH Affiliates

PUSH Excel
1000 Churches Connected


National Urban League
National Action Network
National Organization for Women
United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund


Source:  http://rainbowpush.org/pages/links

Pushers for McCain-Feingold

Open Society Institute, Pew Charitable Trusts , the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Joyce Foundation, the Jerome Kohlberg Trust, the Ford Foundation , and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

(Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=456 )

National Fair Housing Alliance Buddies

Source:  http://www.nationalfairhousing.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=%2bl%2fpbHIt%2fh8%3d&tabid=2574&mid=5167

Advocates for Youth Buddies


Alabama Alliance for Healthy Youth (AA4HY), a partnership withAIDS Alabama

Broward County Youth Council (BCYC), a partnership withPlanned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast

Colorado Youth CREATE, a partnership with Colorado Youth Matter

Forward Together Youth, a partnership with Forward Together

Ohio Youth Leadership Council, a partnership with the Center for Community Solutions

Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil), a partnership withMississippi First

Louisiana Youth for Truth (LYFT), a partnership with the Institute for Women and Ethnic Studies


Access AIDS Care (Norfolk Va)

Damien Ministries (Washington, DC)

United Neighborhood Centers of North Eastern PA (Scranton, PA)


MIC Women’s Health Services (Queens, NY)


Mount Pleasant Community Zone

Jewish Renaissance Foundation

West Virginia FREE


CDC Partners

South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Colorado Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention

Hawaii Youth Services Network

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Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of North Carolina

Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention, and Parenting

Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy

Oklahoma Insitute for Child Advocacy

Center for Health Training (Washington State)

Other Partners

Eyes Open Iowa

South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Colorado Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting, and Prevention

Hawaii Youth Services Network

Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of North Carolina

Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention, and Parenting

Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy

Oklahoma Insitute for Child Advocacy

Center for Health Training (Washington State)


AIDS Action of North Alabama (Huntsville, AL)

Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board (Albuquerque, NM)

AID Atlanta (Atlanta, GA)

Communities in Schools (Thomasville, NC)

ComServ Inc. (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Focus On Flagler Youth Coalition, Inc (Bunnell, FL)

Girls Inc. of Lynn (Lynn, MA)

Greater Than

HOTGIRLS (Atlanta, GA)

Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (New Orleans, LA)

Love Heals (NY, NY)

Make the Road New York (Brooklyn, NY)

Taller Salud (Loiza, Puerto Rico)

THE POINT Community Development Corporation (Bronx, NY)

Uplift School Health Center (Chicago, IL)

Youth Empowerment Mission (Brooklyn, NY)


AID Atlanta, INC

Building Bridges, Inc

Alcorn State University

Clark Atlanta University

Jackson State University

Mississippi Valley State University

Morehouse College


Source:  http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/about-us/partner-organizations

Left Wing Funders

Foundation                                                       Assets               Grants Awarded              Year

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 33,498,185,159 3,626,100,000 2009
Ford Foundation 10,373,847,207 476,173,989 2009
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 8,490,415,783 354,956,931 2009
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation 6,851,296,219 345,190,721 2009
W. K. Kellogg Foundation 6,371,046,123 305,000,000 2009
David and Lucile Packard Foundation 5,699,231,606 282,825,448 2009
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 5,237,796,060 234,719,855 2009
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 5,051,529,429 216,162,235 2009
Rockefeller Foundation 3,317,100,678 145,129,900 2009
Annie E. Casey Foundation 2,564,720,003 150,343,185 2009
Carnegie Corporation of New York 2,432,582,536 112,195,444 2009
Simons Foundation 1,406,194,090 87,024,914 2009
Howard Heinz Endowments 1,363,037,029 55,124,695 2009
Open Society Institute 1,102,893,795 1,035,719,221 2009
Sandler Foundation 866,533,972 51,325,595 2009
Ahmanson Foundation 857,431,395 44,392,650 2009
Joyce Foundation 773,627,899 36,046,443 2009
Rockefeller Brothers Fund 729,263,381 31,188,924 2009
Surdna Foundation 693,515,303 38,678,619 2009
Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation 590,983,904 21,624,544 2009
Vira I. Heinz Endowment 486,147,664 21,904,943 2005
Minneapolis Foundation 479,912,634 33,958,319 2010
Public Welfare Foundation 445,896,838 22,400,036 2009
Nathan Cummings Foundation 415,102,143 19,944,000 2009
Pew Charitable Trusts 350,837,431 106,223,642 2009
Verizon Foundation 241,741,456 56,289,332 2009
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation 240,720,289 14,681,123 2009
Jenifer Altman Foundation 233,640,422 12,112,837 2009
William J. Clinton Foundation 181,936,614 4,046,086 2009
Tides Foundation 175,019,369 97,028,446 2009
Blue Moon Fund 173,631,303 9,735,736 2009
Educational Foundation of America 162,081,218 8,610,634 2009
United Nations Foundation 136,682,490 54,354,979 2009
Freddie Mac Foundation 133,953,554 13,119,576 2009
Bullitt Foundation 101,927,252 6,718,467 2009
Mertz Gilmore Foundation 101,021,755 6,066,405 2009
Flora Family Foundation 99,882,823 4,057,743 2009
Bauman Family Foundation 95,212,399 5,775,000 2010
Heinz Family Foundation 94,600,511 4,443,968 2009
Sierra Club 88,509,397 40,734,048 2009
J. M. Kaplan Fund 87,279,542 11,244,886 2009
Rockefeller Family Fund 87,257,641 8,884,650 2009
David Geffen Foundation 86,617,976 4,036,351 2009
Stanley Foundation 79,483,347 0 2009
Scherman Foundation 69,604,419 1,682,950 2009
Tides Center 69,556,930 5,959,805 2009
Energy Foundation 68,673,826 90,425,648 2009
AT&T Foundation 68,650,008 61,820,540 2009
Summit Charitable Foundation 68,269,520 6,681,134 2009
Columbia Foundation 67,970,254 2,543,274 2010
Compton Foundation 64,316,869 4,407,309 2009
Century Foundation 63,465,551 0 2010
Woods Fund of Chicago 56,844,180 2,693,760 2009
Prospect Hill Foundation 52,985,454 3,169,927 2009
Merck Family Fund 51,964,740 3,619,310 2009
Arca Foundation 48,011,069 1,872,793 2009
Town Creek Foundation 45,213,983 2,585,500 2009
Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation 44,534,986 2,780,520 2009
Foundation For Deep Ecology 43,216,776 1,167,854 2010
New World Foundation 40,675,611 9,151,838 2009
Ms. Foundation for Women 36,949,599 3,276,500 2010
Ploughshares Fund 35,741,105 5,236,650 2009
Schooner Foundation 33,351,026 3,456,397 2009
Schumann Center for Media and Democracy 32,781,435 2,890,280 2009
Allstate Foundation 31,544,604 18,344,750 2009
Alan B. Slifka Foundation 30,556,989 6,092,308 2009
Aetna Foundation 29,669,325 12,027,034 2009
Target Foundation 28,323,444 9,750,000 2010
New-Land Foundation 26,814,091 1,730,970 2009
Bank of America Foundation 25,110,853 190,668,042 2009
Funding Exchange 22,650,137 3,882,901 2009
Living Cities 22,219,372 16,728,332 2009
Lear Family Foundation 20,670,643 1,920,558 2009
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation 18,380,219 20,774,269 2009
Wieboldt Foundation 17,864,007 753,714 2009
Glaser Progress Foundation 15,447,040 1,815,250 2009
Colombe Foundation 14,613,647 1,206,500 2010
Public Interest Projects 13,727,343 26,349,380 2009
Liberty Hill Foundation 13,100,108 4,896,583 2009
Stewart R. Mott Foundation 13,044,892 909,256 2008
Barbra Streisand Foundation 11,388,708 1,445,000 2009
Samuel Rubin Foundation 10,891,436 520,722 2010
American Express Foundation 8,212,520 7,739,700 2009
Turner Foundation 8,212,520 12,557,124 2005
Shefa Fund 7,173,516 4,216,198 2006
Jewish Funds for Justice 6,439,130 1,039,078 2009
Proteus Fund 5,402,326 6,088,118 2009
Ben & Jerry’s Foundation 5,320,384 1,799,080 2009
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation 4,736,095 112,733 2009
Sara Lee Foundation 4,242,996 2,344,982 2009
ChevronTexaco Foundation 3,511,914 521,952 2009
Threshold Foundation 2,910,371 1,351,328 2009
Rosenberg Fund for Children 2,744,738 304,378 2009
Grassroots International 2,370,792 1,889,806 2009
National Comm. for Responsive Philanthropy 2,069,093 0 2009
Sunlight Foundation 2,066,772 2,640,282 2009
Righteous Persons Foundation 2,032,636 3,335,500 2009
PBS Foundation 1,838,189 2,777,352 2009
CarEth Foundation 1,836,013 0 2008
Peace Development Fund 1,328,101 277,775 2009
A. J. Muste Memorial Institute 1,253,123 842,790 2009
JEHT Foundation 962,818 0 2009
Three Rivers Community Foundation 920,674 145,886 2009
Alliance for Global Justice 898,823 305,448 2010
Stern Family Fund 806,158 311,500 2005
Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation 666,488 40,698 2009
Beldon Fund 571,072 3,287,500 2009
Agape Foundation 364,139 497,786 2009
New York Times Company Foundation 308,902 1,545,535 2009
Neighborhood Funders Group 239,017 0 2009
Progress Unity Fund 213,523 198,481 2009
People’s Rights Fund 79,201 245,130 2009
Interfaith Funders 40,930 0 2010
Changemakers 26,493 0 2009
Civil Justice Foundation 3,347 40,000 2010


Source:   http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/Articles/Left%20Wing%20Funding%20-%20No%20Zero%20or%20Neg%20Assets.xls

Southern Coalition for Social Justice Buddies

  • Ford Foundation
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Kellogg Foundation
  • Fund for Southern Communities
  • Education Foundation of America
  • Rose Foundation
  • Warner Foundation
  • Drug Policy Alliance
  • Impact Fund
  • Triangle Community Foundation
  • Elizabeth Wade Grant Endowment Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • Central Carolina Bank Endowment of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • James E. & Margaret R. Davis Endowment of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • Ben and Caroline Ansbacher Fund
  • Fleisher-Bierstein Family Trust

Source:  http://www.southerncoalition.org/about/supporters/


Al-Awda, the Green Party USA, the International Family and Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal, the National Council of Arab Americans, the National Lawyer’s Guild, the New Communist Party of the Netherlands, Not In Our Name, and United For Peace and Justice. Other key allies of ANSWER included the president of AFSCME Local 1702, the vice president of the Baltimore branch of Al Sharpton‘s National Action Network, and the president of the World Union of Freethinkers (a militant atheist organization)

People’s Rights Fund ,  Progress Unity Fund (PUF)



Netroots Nation Buddies

ActBlue, the Alliance for Justice,America’s Voice, the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, the American Federation of Teachers, the Blue Green Alliance, Common Cause,Change to Win, DailyKos, Democracy For America, the Democratic National Committee, Faith in Public Life, Fenton Communications, Friends of the Earth, the Human Rights Campaign, MoveOn, NARAL Pro-Choice America, the National Education Association, the New Organizing Institute, Planned Parenthood, Progress Now, Salsa Labs, the Service Employees International Union, the Sierra Club, and The American Prospect.

Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=1542


At Amalgamated Bank, we believe banks can be a force for good. From promoting wage fairness and job creation, to investing in a cleaner, greener future, we’re working to build a better world. We’re proud to be the most trusted financial institution for progressive people and organizations.

The American Federation of Teachers is a union of professionals that champions fairness; democracy; economic opportunity; and high-quality public education, healthcare and public services for our students, their families and our communities. We are committed to advancing these principles through community engagement, organizing, collective bargaining and political activism, and especially through the work our members do. 

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Communications Workers of America (CWA), a labor union representing over 700,000 men and women in both private and public sectors, is a leading voice for democracy and economic justice. CWA members work in telecommunications, broadcasting, cable TV, journalism, publishing, manufacturing, airlines, customer service, government service, health care, education and other fields. Learn more at cwa-union.org or follow us on Twitter @CWAUnion or Facebook at facebook.com/cwaunion. 

Daily Kos is the largest liberal online community, reaching over ten million readers and activists every month. It’s at once a news organization, social network, and activist hub. While presidents and senators have contributed to Daily Kos, its real power is rooted in its four-million-member community who use the platform to fight for progressive change.

Since our founding in 2011, DSPolitical‘s combined the best data and widest range of digital inventory to serve billions of ad impressions for our clients. Our staff of campaign veterans and technologists will work with you to create a digital media plan to match and find your audience online.

Google’s innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day. Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google today is a top web property in all major global markets. Google’s targeted advertising program provides businesses of all sizes with measurable results, while enhancing the overall web experience for users.

I Am An Immigrant is a public awareness campaign that encourages individuals to explore and celebrate their own immigrant heritage stories and to stand in solidarity with new Americans and those arriving to our country today.

InformedImmigrant is an online educational platform connecting the undocumented immigrant community with resources and information to become empowered in today’s political environment.

MoveOn.org began in 1998 as a simple online petition. Since then, we’ve gone on to change the face of American politics. We are now the largest independent digital-first online political group in America—with millions of members fighting together to elevate the voices of real people in our democracy, build the resistance to the Trump-Republican agenda, and win progress.

The National Education Association, the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA’s 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States. 

NextGen America acts politically to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity, and protect the fundamental rights of every American.

Planned Parenthood Action Fund is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the advocacy and nonpartisan political arm of Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The Action Fund engages in educational, advocacy and electoral activity, including legislative advocacy, voter education, and grassroots organizing. 

WordPress.com helps millions of people create beautiful sites for small business, blogging, and publishing—and we host sites for some of the biggest names in the world, including Microsoft, News Corp., and The New York Times. The WordPress.com network welcomes more than 409 million people viewing more than 15.5 billion pages each month. Our users publish more than 41 million new posts and 60.5 million comments each month.


At ActBlue, we build and power cutting-edge fundraising tools for Democratic campaigns, progressive organizations, and charities. Over 3.6 million ActBlue Express users have saved their payment information with us, making it easy for them to give in a single click and connect with the candidates and causes they care about.

Action Network is a mission-driven nonprofit creating digital organizing tools with one simple goal: to build progressive power. Action Network partners like AFL-CIO, Standing Rock Sioux, and Women’s March use our intuitive tools to create powerful actions to scale their impact—and you can too. Create your free account at ActionNetwork.org.

The AFL-CIO is the national federation of 56 unions of working people. We believe America should work for we the people, not just the wealthy and well-connected. Working people deserve to make more than a decent living; we deserve a decent life. 

The American Prospect is a quarterly print and digital political magazine based in Washington, DC. Our website, Prospect.org, produces daily commentary on events of the day along with a steady stream of public policy analysis. We’re liberal and progressive but we also hold the Left accountable when necessary. Come check us out at Prospect.org.

Becker Digital Strategy: Bringing 20+ years of communication and marketing background to work for the progressive movement. Digital strategy consulting. Digital training.

80% of Americans agree. Both major parties have chosen big donors over the American people. As partner organizations, Brand New Congress and Justice Democrats are running numerous outstanding candidates for Congress in 2018 who have taken a pledge to fight for the average American instead of catering to Wall Street and corrupt donors. In a single, national campaign, together we are committed to a progressive platform to remove corruption, make Medicare for All a reality, rebuild the economy, and protect the rights of all Americans.

Catalist has been a leader in civic data and data science innovation. Our mission is to provide the progressive community with the data and services needed to better identify, understand, and communicate with the people they want to engage and mobilize. We are committed to using technology and the talents of our diverse team to nurture a vibrant, growing, progressive community.

The California School Employees Association (CSEA) is the largest school employees union in the nation, representing 238,000 staff throughout California. CSEA members perform a wide range of essential work in our public schools & colleges. We have a personal investment in our schools, because we have a personal commitment to our children and communities.

The Center for Constitutional Rights employs litigation, education, and advocacy to empower poor communities and communities of color, to guarantee the rights of those with the fewest protections and least access to legal resources, to train the next generation of constitutional and human rights attorneys, and to strengthen the broader movement for social justice. Founded in 1966 by attorneys who represented civil rights movements in the South, CCR has lent its expertise and support to virtually every popular progressive movement since.

Compassion & Choices improves care and expands options for the end of life. We support, educate and advocate. Across the nation, we work to ensure healthcare providers honor and enable patients’ decisions about their care. It’s our belief—and our experience for the past 30 years—that the path to change starts with the individual, which is why patient-centered care stands at the core of all we do.

CREDO Mobile is the only carrier fighting Trump. And now, we are on the Nation’s largest 4g LTE network. We work hard to give you the best service. And we work just as hard for your values. Why we support the CREDO Action network of 5 million activists. And why we donate $150,000 each month to progressive causes.

People living in our nation’s capital pay full federal taxes, fight and die in wars and serve on juries; yet are still denied voting representation in the U.S. Congress. DC VOTE envisions a more fair America where residents of DC are equal citizens. Where we gain the equal freedom to control our budget, pass our own laws without Congressional interference and have full equality in the U.S House and Senate. This will be guaranteed only through DC Statehood. Full equality is a civil right that the 680,000 residents of DC deserve.

DemList is a free national daily political column, calendar, and resource site for Democratic activists, leaders, progressives, party committees, media, donors and allies. The people you want to reach, influence, inform and engage—at the national, state and local levels. DemList is a unique, central resource that connects people to the who, what and where of Democratic events, issues and activism. Join the growing list of self-subscribed followers from every state, the territories and Democrats Abroad today!

Democracy for America (DFA) is a people-powered Political Action Committee, electing progressive candidates to all levels of office in all 50 states. With over one million members, DFA is a grassroots powerhouse working to change our country and the Democratic Party from the bottom-up.

EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, has raised over $500 million to support pro-choice Democratic women candidates–making them one of the most successful political organizations ever. Our grassroots community of over five million members helps Democratic women wage competitive campaigns–and win. We recruit and train candidates, support strong campaigns, research the issues that impact women and families, and turn out women voters. Since our founding in 1985, we have helped elect 116 women to the House, 23 to the Senate, 12 governors, and over 800 to state and local office. Forty percent of the candidates EMILY’s List has helped elect to Congress have been women of color. Since the 2016 election, thousands of women and counting have reached out to us about running for office. To harness this energy, EMILY’s List has launched Run to Win, an unprecedented effort to help more women run at the local, state, and national levels.

Eventbrite is the world’s largest self-service ticketing platform. We build the technology to allow anyone to create, share, find and attend new things to do that fuel their passions and enrich their lives. Music festivals, marathons, conferences, hackathons, air guitar contests, political rallies, fundraisers, gaming competitions—you name it, we power it. Our mission? To bring the world together through live experiences, just like Netroots Nation. Sign up today with us at eventbrite.com/politics.

EveryAction is a nonprofit CRM provider that offers industry-leading fundraising, engagement, and advocacy tools in the only truly-unified platform on the market. Thousands of nonprofits use EveryAction, including Greenpeace, Audubon, the Union of Concerned Scientists, NextGen Climate, and Everytown for Gun Safety.

Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to bring the world closer together. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them.

The Informed Meetings Exchange (INMEX) provides complimentary meeting planning services. Unlike traditional third-party meeting planners, we provide socially responsible sites for your meeting that respects their workers, communities and the environment. Founded with support by UNITE HERE, the hotel workers’ union, INMEX ensures union hotels that are free of labor disputes.

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is North America’s strongest and most diverse labor union. Founded in 1903, the Teamsters are known as the champion of freight drivers and warehouse workers but have organized workers in virtually every occupation imaginable, both professional and non-professional, private sector and public sector. Our 1.4 million members are airline pilots, brewers, police officers, public defenders, railway workers, secretaries and zookeepers. They also work in construction, food processing and healthcare.

In These Times is a monthly magazine that has covered politics and culture from the left for more than 40 years, with a focus on movements for racial, economic and social justice, electoral politics and award-winning investigative reporting.

Coretta Scott King founded The King Center in June of 1968, months after her husband’s assassination. By 1983 she had transformed the organization once housed in her basement to the hub of a 23-acre National Historic Site and Preservation District. The King Center, in Atlanta, is the official living memorial dedicated to preserving and advancing the nonviolent philosophy and methodology of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) to people around the world: and to being actively engaged in teaching, interpreting, advocating, promoting the nonviolent elimination of poverty, racism, violence, and war in quest of Dr. King’s Beloved Community. The King Center serves to inspire new generations to carry forward MLK’s unfinished work, strengthen causes and empower change-makers who are continuing his efforts today. The King Center’s premiere educational initiative, Nonviolence365™, is based on Dr. King’s nonviolent philosophy and engages participants from various sectors of society, including emerging and next generation leaders, in modules and exercises that enhance communication, leadership, interpersonal and conflict reconciliation skills.

Living Liberally is a dynamic network of progressive social communities with over 200 local, volunteer-led chapters across the country. Best known for the ubiquitous Drinking Liberally happy hours, we also host Screening Liberally films, Reading Liberally book tours, Eating Liberally meals and Laughing Liberally comedy shows. Our gatherings are free, inclusive, festive, engaging and fun. In addition to our local groups, Living Liberally partners with progressive allies in promoting shared values, cultural events and special initiatives. 

Megaphone Strategies is a social justice media strategy firm, run for purpose, not profit. We use PR as a tool to diversify progressive movements—lifting up diverse progressive leadership in the media—and to provide services based on ability to change the world, not to pay.

Mozilla is a global nonprofit that believes the Internet must always remain a global public resource, open and accessible to all. Our work is guided by the Mozilla Manifesto. The direct work of the Mozilla Foundation focuses on fueling the movement for an open Internet. We do this by connecting open Internet leaders with each other and by mobilizing grassroots activists around the world.

The Ms. Foundation for Women was founded in 1973 as the first foundation to support groundbreaking work led by and for women. Today, the Ms. Foundation continues its mission of building women’s collective power to realize a nation of justice for all by funding grassroots organizations, nurturing those organizations through capacity building, and advocating for policy change.

NARAL Pro-Choice America is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit membership organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of the NARAL Pro-Choice America foundation. Their mission is to develop and sustain a constituency that uses the political process to guarantee every woman has the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion.
Principled. Progressive. The Nation speaks truth to power. We believe in intellectual freedom. We respect facts and transparency. We argue dissent is patriotic and we hold the powerful accountable, no matter their political persuasion. We fight for social, racial, economic, and environmental justice for all.

NGP VAN is the leading technology provider to Democratic and progressive campaigns and organizations, offering clients an integrated platform of the best fundraising, compliance, field, organizing, digital, and social networking products. Nearly every major Democratic campaign in America is powered by NGP VAN.

NORMLs mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of marijuana by adults, and to serve as an advocate for consumers to assure they have access to high quality marijuana that is safe, convenient and affordable.

Proud “traitors to their class,” members of the Patriotic Millionaires are high-net worth Americans, business leaders, and investors who are united in their concern about the destabilizing concentration of wealth and power in America. The mission of the Patriotic Millionaires organization is to build a more stable, prosperous, and inclusive nation by promoting public policies based on the “first principles” of equal political representation, a guaranteed living wage for all working citizens, and a fair tax system.

PDI National is an online software program serving the progressive community with tools designed to help campaigns and organizations of all sizes manage their voter, donor, volunteer, and membership data for election strategy, communications, and analysis. PDI has been California’s largest data and software provider for over 30 years. The PDI National program marks our expansion into all 50 states. Come check out our booth to see the latest tools for data visualization, mobile canvassing, friend to friend phone banking, campaign finance, and much much more.

Phone2Action is the innovation leader for digital advocacy and stakeholder engagement. Our easy-to-use technology platform empowers people to connect with their elected officials and other decision makers to effectively influence public policy change.

Politics Done Right with Egberto Willies is the progressive radio show that will take the mystery out of politics. It will encourage you to make sure government becomes we the people. Whether you are liberal, conservative or otherwise, you get to air your point of view.

The Public Interest Network includes U.S. PIRG and its state affiliates, environmental groups in 29 states, Environment America, Environmental Action, Center for Public Interest Research, Toxics Action Center, Pesticide Watch, Green Century Capital Management, Green Corps, National Environmental Law Center, Frontier Group, Community Voters Project, Snowriders International, Accelerate Change, Voices for Progress and IMPACT.

Relay is an easy-to-use and affordable peer-to-peer text messaging tool that helps organizations quickly reach their target audiences and move them to action through real, one-to-one conversations. The software emerged from the Bernie Sanders campaign and has been used by over 60 clients for event recruitment, volunteer management, GOTV, and much more.

Reproaction is a direct action group formed to increase access to abortion and advance reproductive justice. We are building power, holding abortion opponents accountable, and giving abortion a permanent seat at the progressive table. Join us at www.reproaction.org.

The Sierra Club is America’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization with more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide. In addition to offering meaningful outdoor experiences for all ages, the Sierra Club works to safeguard the health of all communities, build an inclusive, 100% clean-energy economy, protect wildlife, and preserve our remaining wild places through grassroots activism, public education, lobbying, and legal advocacy.

SisterSong is a Southern based, national membership organization. Our mission is to strengthen and amplify the collective voices of indigenous women and women of color to achieve reproductive justice by eradicating reproductive oppression and securing human rights. Get more information at sistersong.net.

Social Security Works leads the fight every day to expand and protect our Social Security system.

Stand Up to ALEC Through the corporate-funded American Legislative Exchange Council, global corporations and state politicians work behind closed doors to rewrite state laws that govern your rights. These so-called “model bills” reach into almost every area of American life and often directly benefit huge corporations. ALEC is the face of corruption in the 21st century. In ALEC’s own words, corporations have “a voice and a vote” on specific changes to the law that are then proposed in your state. It’s time to join us and #standuptoALEC.

TruCorps: The right to organize, learn, create, teach, heal, speak, eat and be healthy. You fight for these things. Your work matters. We enable your work with easy solutions for managing, paying and protecting staff and expanding your resources: 24/7 support, bookkeeping, compliance, unlimited payroll options, insurance, expense tracking, reimbursement and more. We do this only for you.

UNITE HERE represents over 270,000 workers throughout the U.S. and Canada who work primarily in hotels, casinos, airports, and food service. Our membership hails from the diverse communities that make up the two countries, and the majority of UNITE HERE members are women. Across North America, UNITE HERE members have made dining hall jobs on college campuses, housekeeping jobs in hotels and casinos, and hundreds of thousands of other traditionally low-wage jobs into good, family-sustaining, middle class jobs. We continue to organize and fight to win respect for the work we do, power in our industries, and a better future for ourselves and our families.

The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) represents more than 1.3 million workers, primarily in the retail and meatpacking, food processing and poultry industries. For more information about the UFCW’s effort to protect workers’ rights and strengthen America’s middle class, visit http://www.ufcw.org, or join our online community at facebook.com/UFCWinternational and http://www.twitter.com/ufcw.

The United Steelworkers (USW) is the largest industrial union in North America, representing 1.2 million active and retired members in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. USW members forge steel, smelt aluminum, build tires, refine oil, produce paper and form glass. They also make Harley Davidson motorcycles, Ocello sponges, Cutco cutlery, Pyrex glass, All Clad pots, Jacobson hats, Sealy mattresses and Puffs facial tissues. Proud to be union members, they work hard politically to secure economic and social justice for all working people.

People need a place to manage their political lives. UpRise is a platform volunteers can use to find and create volunteer activities and build communities. UpRise will connect campaigns with volunteers and provide tools to manage effective volunteer-powered campaigns.​ By dramatically increasing volunteer engagement, we can reform our political process and win!​

Source:  http://www.netrootsnation.org/partners/sponsors/

Action Network Buddies

AFL-CIO, NEA, United We Dream, Malala Fund, Equal Rights Washington, DailyKos

Source:  https://actionnetwork.org/partnerships

Women’s March on Washington 2017 Buddies



1199 SEIU



50/50 Project

52 Feminists

9to5, National Association of Working Women

A Better Balance

A is For

A. Philip Randolph Institute

ACCESS Michigan

The Advancement Project

Advocates for Youth


African Communities Together


Alive Inside Foundation

Alliance for Justice

Alliance for Quality Education

Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments

All Out

Ameinu (Our People)

America’s Voice

The American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Atheists

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

American Constitution Society

American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO

American Humanist Association

American Indian Movement

American Jewish World Service

American Medical Women’s Association

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

Americans for Indian Opportunity

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Americas for Conservation + the Arts

Amnesty International

The Amplifier Foundation

Arab American Association of New York

Art and Resistance Through Education

ART NOT WAR / Humanity for Progress

Arte Sana

ASHA For Women

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)

Association of Black Women Attorneys (ABWA)

Association of Flight Attendants-CWA

Athlete Ally


The Autonomous Womyn’s Front

B Stigma-Free

Baltimore County Green Party

Be Kind for Lyme

Bend the Arc Jewish Action

Best of Life

Beyond Nuclear

Black Business Network Exchange

Black Girls Rock

Black Ladies International Incorporated

Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism

Black Women’s Blueprint

Black Women’s Roundtable

Black Youth Vote! (BYV!)

Bold and Boundless

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence united with Million Mom March


Brick x Brick

The Brotherhood/Sister Sol

Brown Boi Project

Bus for Progress


California Immigrant Policy Center

Camions of Care

Campaign for Youth Justice

Catholics for Choice

Center for American Progress

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for Constitutional Rights

Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings

Center for Emergent Diplomacy

Center for Popular Democracy

Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)

Center for Inquiry

The Center For Reproductive Rights

Children’s Firearm Safety Alliance


Citizens for Juvenile Justice

Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program

Cleveland Action Democrats

Climate First! 

Coalition Against Gun Violence

Coalition for Post Tubal Women (CPTwomen)

The Coalition of Nasty Women

Coalition to Stop Gun Violence



Color Of Change

Common Conversation

Common Defense

Communications Workers of America

Communist Party USA

Communities United for Police Reform

Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance


Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)

Council on American Islamic Relations – Connecticut (CAIR-CT)

Council on American Islamic Relations – San Francisco Bay Area

Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ



Cultures of Dignity

Dayton Women’s Rights Alliance

The DC Alliance of Youth Advocates

DC Lawyers for Youth

Define AmericanDemList

Democracy Spring

Democratic Socialists of America

Democratic Women of Sullivan County


Disability Action for America


Diverse Disability Media

Doctors for America


The Dream Corps

The Earth Day Kids

Earth Day Network

East Point Peace Academy

Economic Policy Institute



Elephant Circle

Ellevate Network

Emerging Visual Realities

EMILY’s List

Empower HER Business

Equal Rights Advocates

Equality Equation

Equality Now

ERA Action

ERA Coalition

ERA Minnesota

Everything Girls Love

Every Voice

ExpertClick’s NewsReleaseWire

Faith in New York

Family Values @ Work


Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies

Fem Federation

FEM Inc.


Feminist Majority Foundation


Fig Tree Revolution


Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop

GABRIELA Washington, D.C.

Gathering For Justice

Gender Action

Gender at Work

Georgetown University College Democrats

Girl Be Heard

Girl Rising

Girls Republic

Girls Rock Camp Santa Barbara

Girls Who Code

Girls With Ideas

Give Lively


GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

Global Citizen & CHIME FOR CHANGE

Global Fund for Women

Global Momenta

The Global Women’s Institute


Got a Girl Crush

Grandmothers Against Violence

Grassroots Action New York

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Green Building Pages | Green Product Pages

Green For All

Greenpeace USA


Higher Heights


Hip Hop Caucus

Hope and Love Inc

The Human Right to Family Planning Initiative

Human Rights Campaign

Human Rights Watch



The Incarcerated Nation Corp

Indian American Democratic Club

Interfaith Center of New York

International Association for Feminist Economics

International Domestic Workers Federation

International Women’s Convocation

International Women’s Health Coalition


J.O.I. Strategies – Justice Opportunity & Inclusion

Jackson the Film

Jan. 21 Teach-in

Japanese American Citizens League

Jewish Social Justice Roundtable

Jewish Women’s Foundation

Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ)


Justice For Families

Justice Policy Institute


Just Planet

Katrina’s Dream

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC)


Korean American Resource and Cultural Center

Korean Resource Center

The Kyle Jean-Baptiste Foundation Inc.


Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

Labor Project for Working Family

Lady Parts Justice

Lawyers for Good Government

League of Conservation Voters

League of United Latin American Citizens

League of Women Voters

Left at 50

Life Camp Inc.

Love Warriors of Momastery

Lower Eastside Girls Club




Make the Road New York


Manhattan Young Democrats

Meditate Your Action

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency

MINKA Brooklyn

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault


Mobile Action for Progress

Model Alliance

Modern Abolitionist

Moms Clean Air Force

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense


Mothers Out Front


Move Forward New York

MPower Change

Ms. Foundation

Muslim Community Network

Muslim Women’s Alliance

Muslim Women’s Organization


NAACP Youth & College Division

NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation

NARI Network

National Abortion Federation

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

National Association of Social Workers

National Bar Association

National Black Food Justice Alliance

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National Coalition of Black Civic Participation

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

National Conference of Puerto Rican Women

National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls

National Council of Jewish Women

The National Crittenton Foundation

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Education Association

National Institute for Reproductive Health

National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC)

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Network for Arab American Communities

National Newspaper Publishers Associations

National Organization for Women (NOW)

National Partnership for Women & Families

National Rainbow PUSH Coalition

National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE)

National Women’s Health Network

National Women’s History Project

National Women’s Law Center

National Women’s Liberation

National Women’s Political Caucus

The National Workplace Bullying Coalition

National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.

Native Voice Network


NCJW Chicago North Shore

Network for Victim Recovery of DC

The Network of Arab-American Professionals

The New Agenda

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence

The New York Immigration Coalition

New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA)

New York Women Social Entrepreneurs

Newtown Action Alliance

The Next Four Years – Milwaukee

NO More

OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates

Occupy Wall Street

Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence

Omega Women’s Leadership Center

One Billion Rising

Ontario Federation of Labour

The Oracle Institute


Pacem in Terris

Paradigm Shift NYC

Parent Voices CA

PDX Women in Technology

Peace Over Violence

Peace Pentagon HUB

PEN America

People’s Action

People For the American Way

People Who Net, Inc

The Philosopher’s Stone

Physicians For Reproductive Health

Planned Parenthood

Poligon Educational Fund

Positive Women’s Network NYC Chapter

Positive Women’s Network USA


Progressive Coders Network

Psychologists for Social Responsibility

Public Citizen

Pussy Hat Project

Queen of Manifestation

Rachel’s Network

Radio One DC Majic 102.3

Radio One DC WKYS-FM

Raha Iranian Feminist Collective

Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need

Raw Services


The Representation Project

The Resource Center for Nonviolence

Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence

RISE When We Fall

Rutgers AAUP-AFT


Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc.

Saratogians for Gun Safety

Save Our Schools

Secular Coalition for America

See Jane Do

SEIU Healthcare PA

She’s It LLC

Sheep Creek Farm

Sierra Club

Sisters in Synergy

Skinless Project

Smith College Club of Washington

Social Accountability Work Group

Southern Poverty Law Center


Spread Love Trump Hate

South Asian Americans Leading Together

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Capitol Hill

Standing on The Side of Love

Students for Choice

Students Resisting Trump, a project of SFER Action Network

Support the Girls

SurvJustice Inc.

The Susan Jolley Awareness Program

Swamp Revolt

Tabu Health

Tangerine Entertainment


There is No Limit Foundation

TN Anti Racist Network

Together We Can

Trayvon Martin Foundation

Truthworker Theatre Company

Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association

UAW Women’s Department

UFCW Women’s Network


Unitarian Universalist Association

Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo

Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation

United for Peace and Justice

United Progressives of New Hampshire (UPNH)

The United State of Women

United Teachers of Richmond CTA/NEA

United University Professions


Unite Women New York Inc.

United We Dream

URGE: Unite for Reproproductive & Gender Equity



Veterans Stand for America

Virginia Democratic Women’s Caucus


The Voter Participation Center

Voto Latino



We Are Woman

We Stand With Love

WNY Women’s Foundation

Womenbeing Project

WomenNC – NC Committee for CEDAW/CSW

WomenStrong International

Women Across Frontiers

The Women At the Well Inc. 

Women Have Options – Ohio

Women for Afghan Women

Women for Justice

Women for Women International

Women Lawyers En Garde

Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike

Women Occupy Hollywood

Women of EO Network

Women Of Green

Women On 20s, Inc.

Women Thrive Alliance


Women Watching Washington

Women Win Foundation, Inc.

Women Without Fear

The Women Worldwide Initiative

Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)

The Women’s Collective

Woman’s Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Maryland

Women’s Environment and Development Organization

Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)

Women’s Health Specialists of California, Feminist Women’s Health Center

Women’s Image Network

The Women’s Information Network (WIN NYC)

Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom US Section

Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace

Women’s Media Center

Women’s National Democratic Club (WNDC)

Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund


Women, Action, and the Media


World Fellowship Center


Wyoming Children’s Law Center

Youth First Initiative

YWCA Metropolitan Chicago


Source:  https://www.womensmarch.com/partners/


Planned Parenthood

National Resource Defense Council

Emily’s List

NARAL Pro-Choice America

American Civil Liberties Union

American Federation of Teachers

Human Rights Campaign

Peace Is Loud



Source:  https://www.womensmarch.com/sponsors

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Buddies

Source:   http://www.civilrights.org/about/the-leadership-conference/coalition_members/

Anti-Defamation League Buddies

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Bain Capital, LLC
Sankaty Advisors, LLC
The Abbey Group
Barnes & Noble, Inc.
Boulder Capital
ClearChannel Outdoors
Motorola Mobility Foundation
Nathans Sommers Jacobs
News Corporation
Best Buy Co., Inc.
Caesars Entertainment
Calendar Holdings LLC
Cirque du Soleil
The Coca-Cola Company
Cooley LLP
Cummins Inc.
Cummins Allison Corp.
Eastern Bank
Endeavor Real Estate Group
Fox Sports
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Google Inc.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Jenner & Block LLP
Jones Day
Katten Muchin
Rosenman LLP
Laz Parking
MGM Resorts International
Nike, Inc.
Pharmaceutical Research
and Manufacturers of
America (PhRMA)
Proskauer Rose LLP
Relativity Media, LLC
Rooms to Go, Inc.
Saban Capital Group, Inc.
Samsung Electronics America
Southern California Gas
CompanyTwentieth Century Fox
Time Warner Inc.
University of Pennsylvania
Voxx International
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
Walt Disney Studios
Warner Bros. Entertainment
Wells Fargo Foundation
Whole Foods Market

Source:  http://www.adl.org/assets/pdf/about-adl/corporate-partners.pdf 

Journey for Justice Alliance Buddies


Kenwood Oakland Community Organization

Chicago, IL


NYC Coalition for Educational Justice

New York, NY


Fannie Lou Hamer Center for Change

Euphora, MS

Camden Parent Union

Camden, NJ


Philadelphia Student Union

Philadelphia, PA


Parents Unified for Local School Education

Newark, NJ


Detroit LIFE Coalition

Detroit, MI


Alliance for Education Justice


Keep the Vote, No Takeover

Detroit, Michigan


Alliance for Quality Education

New York, NY


Urban Youth Collaborative

New York, NY



Baltimore Algebra Project

Washington, DC
Baltimore, MD


Action Now

Chicago, IL


Great Public Schools Pitsburgh

Philadelphia, PA


Project South

Atlanta, GA


Oakland Public Education Network

Oakland, CA

Labor Community Strategy Center

Los Angeles, CA


Boston Youth Organizing Project

Boston, MA


Parents On The Move

Boston, MA

Action United

Pittsburg, PA


Kansas Justice Advocates

Wichita, KS

Concerned Conscious Citizens Controlling Community Changes

New Orleans, LA

Youth United for Change

Philadelphia, PA


Parent Advocates for Children’s Education

Jersey City, NJ


Concerned Citizens Coalition

Jersey City, NJ

Paterson Education Organizing Committee

Paterson, NJ

Camden Student Union

Camden, NJ


Citizens for Public Education

Englewood, NJ


Neighborhoods Organizing for Change

Minneapolis, MN


Step Up New Orleans – (S.U.N.)

New Orleans, Louisiana

League of Black and Latino Voters

Jersey City, New Jersey

Schools and Communities United

Milwaukee, WI

Padres y Jovenes Unidos

Denver, CO

Citizens for Better Schools and Sustainable Communities

Birmingham, AL

Equal Education

Johannesburg, South Africa

Make the Road

Brooklyn, NY

Montclair Cares About Schools

Montclair, NJ

Committee for Public Education Awareness

Kilmichael, MS

Racial Justice Now

Dayton OH


Annenberg Institute for School Reform

New York, NY


Teacher’s for Social Justice

Chicago, IL


Chicago Teacher’s Union

Chicago, IL


American Federation of Teachers



National Education Association

Washington, DC


Network for Public Education

Kew Gardens, NY


The Advancement Project

Washington, DC


The Alliance To Reclaim Our School

Chicago, IL


Black Lives Matter

Washington, DC


Association of Raza Educators

Kew Gardens, NY


IDEA: The Institute for Democratic Education in America

Jackson, MS


Source:   https://www.j4jalliance.com/members/ 


Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools Buddies

Advancement Project

Alliance for Educational Justice

American Federation of Teachers

Annenberg Institute for School Reform

Center for Popular Democracy

Gamaliel Network

Journey for Justice Alliance

National Education Association

Service Employees International Union

Schott Foundation for Public Education

Source:   http://www.reclaimourschools.org/about 

Coalition Against Hate Buddies


Asian Pacific American Media Coalition

Alianza Americas

Indian County Today Media Network.com

Asian Americans Advancing Justice


American Arab Chamber of Commerce

Brotherhood Crusade

Center for American Progress



The Center for Media Justice

Color of Change

Common Cause

Equal Justice Society

Free Press

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Future of Music Coalition

Being Garifuna.com




Islamic Shura Council of Southern California

Latino Justice

Jewish Labor Committee Western Region

LGBT Center OC


Los Angeles Housing Community Investment Department

Matthew Shepard Foundation


Media Matters for America


Media Mobilizing Project

National Immigration Law Center

National Institute for Latino Policy

National Fair Housing Alliance

New York Immigration Coalition



Public Knowledge

OC Inc United Church of Christ

Southern Poverty Law Center

National Hispanic Media Coalition

Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center

National Council of Asian Pacific Americans

Brennan Center for Justice

The Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press

National Collaborative for Health Equality

National Veterans Outreach

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement


Farmworker Justice


Hispanic Federation

National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives

Source:  https://www.breakhate.net/partners

The Management Center Buddies

Civil Rights and Racial Justice

  • Advancement Project
  • Californians for Justice
  • ColorOfChange.org*
  • National Council of La Raza
  • NY Communities for Change
  • Voices for Racial Justice
  • Voto Latino

Democracy and Legal Reform

  • ACLU (multiple affiliates)
  • American Constitution Society
  • Brennan Center for Justice
  • Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
  • Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Equal Justice Works
  • Issue One / Fund for the Republic
  • Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation
  • Namati


  • Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Center for the Study of Social Policy
  • Center for Enterprise Development (CFED)
  • Children’s Law Center
  • The Commonwealth Institute
  • Georgia Budget and Policy Institute
  • Martha’s Table
  • Massachusetts Budget and Policy Project
  • Mission Asset Fund
  • National Employment Law Project
  • New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
  • People’s Action
  • Policy Matters Ohio
  • Washington Center for Equitable Growth
  • Washington State Budget and Policy Center


  • 50CAN
  • Achieve
  • Achievement First
  • Achievement Network
  • Blue Engine
  • Boys’ Club of New York
  • The Broad Center
  • Capital City Public Charter School
  • Charter Board Partners
  • City Year (multiple affiliates)
  • College Track
  • ConnCAN
  • D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)
  • D.C. Public Schools
  • Education Forward DC
  • Education Pioneers
  • Educators 4 Excellence
  • Explore Schools
  • Families for Excellent Schools
  • Hiawatha Academies
  • Ingenuity Prep
  • Innovate Schools
  • KIPP
  • Leadership for Educational Equity
  • National Education Association
  • Oakland Public Education Fund
  • PIE Network
  • Public Square Partnership
  • Stand for Children
  • Teach For America
  • Unlocking Potential (UP Education Network)
  • Year Up


  • 350.org
  • Alaska League of Conservation Voters
  • California League of Conservation Voters
  • Climate Action Campaign
  • Climate Parents
  • Climate Truth
  • Conservation Colorado
  • Energy Action Coalition
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Friends of the Earth
  • Greenpeace
  • Groundswell
  • League of Conservation Voters
  • Sierra Club
  • Washington Conservation Voters


  • American Jewish World Service
  • Bend the Arc
  • Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good*
  • Communities Creating Opportunity
  • Faith in Public Life
  • Jews United for Justice
  • NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
  • PICO National Network

Foreign Policy/National Security

  • Center for National Policy/Truman National Security Project
  • Crisis Action
  • Hunt Alternatives Fund
  • J Street
  • National Security Network

Gun Violence

  • Everytown for Gun Safety

Health Care

  • California Center for Public Health Advocacy
  • Enroll America
  • Families USA
  • National Health Law Program
  • Young Invincibles


  • America’s Voice
  • American Immigration Council
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • California Immigrant Policy Center
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
  • Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
  • Detention Watch Network
  • Florida Immigration Coalition
  • Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
  • Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy
  • National Immigration Law Center
  • Nebraska Appleseed
  • New York Immigration Coalition
  • OneAmerica
  • Promise Arizona
  • South Carolina Appleseed
  • Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
  • Own the Dream
  • United We Dream
  • Welcoming America


  • Center for Working Families
  • SEIU and multiple locals

LGBT Equality

  • Equality Federation
  • Equality Florida
  • GetEQUAL
  • Gill Action Fund*
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
  • One Colorado
  • Victory Fund


  • American Independent News Network
  • Free Press
  • Media Matters for America

Organizing (Multi-Issue)

  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Avaaz
  • Bus Federation
  • Center for Community Change
  • Center for Popular Democracy
  • Center for Rural Affairs
  • Change.org*
  • Chicago Votes
  • Michigan United
  • Minkwon Center
  • MoveOn*
  • National Korean American Service and Education Consortium
  • New Era Colorado
  • New Florida Majority*
  • OPEN
  • Progress Now Colorado*
  • Progressive Change Campaign Committee*
  • Purpose*
  • Resource Generation
  • Sum of Us
  • Sunflower Community Action
  • United Farm Works Foundation
  • USAction

Progressive Infrastructure

  • America Votes*
  • Analyst Institute*
  • Association of State Democratic Chairs*
  • Ballot Initiative Strategy Center
  • Blueprint North Carolina
  • Campus Progress
  • Center for American Progress
  • Center for Progressive Leadership
  • Citizen Engagement Laboratory
  • Committee on States*
  • Democracy Alliance*
  • Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC)*
  • Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC)*
  • Demos
  • EMILY’s List
  • Exponent Philanthropy
  • GetUp! Australia
  • Leadership Center for the Common Good
  • New Leaders Council
  • Obama for America*
  • Ohio Democratic Party*
  • Organizing for Action*
  • People for the American Way
  • ProGeorgia
  • ProgressNow
  • Progress Virginia Education Fund
  • Rock the Vote
  • Roosevelt Institute
  • State Innovation Exchange (SiX)
  • State Voices (multiple affiliates)
  • Swing Left*
  • Take Action Minnesota
  • Tipping Point Foundation
  • Voter Participation Center
  • We Are Wisconsin*
  • Wellstone Action*
  • Wisconsin Voices
  • Young Democrats of America*
  • Young People For

Sentencing Reform/Drug Policy

  • Drug Policy Alliance
  • Families Against Mandatory Minimums
  • Marijuana Policy Project


  • Code 2040

Women’s Rights

  • NY Women’s Foundation
  • Planned Parenthood (and multiple affiliates)
  • UltraViolet

One Resistance Buddies

ADAPT of Texas
Alma de Mujer

American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee of Austin

ATX Environmental Justice

Austin 350.org

Austin Central Labor Council

Austin Democratic Socialists of America

Austin Jewish Voices for Peace

Austin Justice Coalition

Austin NOW

Bend The Arc – A Jewish Partnership for Justice

Black Lives Matter

Clean Water Action

Communities of Color United for Racial Justice

Counter Balance: ATX

Education Austin

Educators in Solidarity

Equal Justice Center

Equality Texas

Fight for 15 Texas

Grassroots Leadership

Immigrants United

Indivisible Austin


Las Comadres

Left Up To Us

Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equality

LULAC District 7

NAACP Austin

NARAL Pro-Choice Texas

National Women’s Political Caucus of Texas

NOW Williamson County Task Force

Personal Attendant Coalition of Texas

Planned Parenthood Texas Votes


Progress Texas

Raza Roundtable

Sierra Club Beyond Coal

Sierra Club of Austin

Texas Disability Project

Texas Drought Project

Texas AFT (American Federation of Teachers)

Texas Alliance for Retired Americans, Austin Chapter

Texas Civil Rights Project

Texas Freedom Network

Third Coast Activist

Undoing White Supremacy Austin
Workers Defense Action Fund

Source:  https://www.oneresistance.com

National Action Network Buddies

2015 Conference Sponsors

AT&T, Viacom, Walmart, Perennial Strategy Group, Combs Enterprises, Comcast Corporation, McDonald’s, Ronald Perelman, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Forest City Ratner, Time Warner Cable, Barney’s, Coca-Cola, Essence Communications, Ford Division, Home Depot, Crystal McCrary and Raymond J. McGuire, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, the NBA, Verizon, Colgate Palmolive, Macy’s, NASCAR, OraSure Technologies Inc., Best Buy, Greentrack Inc., the IM Foundation, Con Edison, and Entergy

Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=7642


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