Progressive Groups in Each State

I have a list of some Progressive groups from various states and their supporters.


Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts Buddies

Campus Unions

An injury to one is an injury to all! PHENOM supports the right of workers to collectively organize and bargain, and believes that campus workers’ working conditions are students learning conditions. Below are the Campus Unions without whom much of PHENOM’s work would not be possible.



Campaign for the Future of Higher Education

CFHE is a grassroots national campaign to support quality higher education.  The mission of the Campaign is to ensure that affordable quality higher education is accessible to all sectors of our society in the coming decades. Learn more about CFHE here.



CEPA (Center for Education Policy & Advocacy)

CEPA is a policy and advocacy agency that builds student power and strengthens student voice. CEPA also works on higher education issues at a statewide level, lobbying in support of access to an affordable college education in the state of Massachusetts. CEPA operates as an agency of the Student Government Association and is structured into four core teams: Access and Affordability, Campus Culture, Gender Equity, and Student Labor Action Project. Working both independently and collaboratively, the core teams build partnerships with students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and the administration to institutionalize student voice and shared governance. Learn more about CEPA here.

Economic Mobility Pathways

EMPath is a nonprofit innovator in breaking the cycle of poverty. They provide direct services, perform in-depth research, and advocate for public policy changes that will support low-income women in their journey to economic self-sufficiency. Each year EMPath helps approximately 1,300 people annually through its mobility mentoring, housing, and education and workforce development programs. Learn more about EMPath here.

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Association

MIRA is the largest organization in New England promoting the rights and integration of immigrants and refugees. They serve the commonwealth’s one million foreign-born residents with policy analysis and advocacy, institutional organizing, training and leadership development, and strategic communications. The Coalition involves an active membership of over 130 organizations, including community-based groups, social service organizations, ethnic associations, schools, refugee resettlement agencies, health centers and hospitals, religious institutions, unions, and law firms, as well as thousands of individual members, contributors, and allies. Learn more about MIRA here.

Massachusetts Jobs with Justice (JwJ)

Massachusetts JwJ is a coalition of community, faith and labor groups in Massachusetts who work to protect and promote workers’ rights. JwJ primary areas of work include workers’ rights, immigrant rights, public education and global justice. JwJ supports campaigns that seek to make a real difference in the lives of workers and communities, while also striving to build a broad and diverse movement for economic and social change. JwJ’s student network organizes students across the state to become part of the fight. We organize unions, labor leaders, and activists to support community justice struggles and promote solidarity as the only way that we as working people can win against corporate power. PHENOM also works with JWJ’s Campaign for a Debt-Free Futureand the Student Labor Action Project.  Learn more about Massachusetts JwJ here.

Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG)

Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group takes on powerful interests on behalf of Massachusetts’ citizens, working to win concrete results for our health and our well-being. With a strong network of researchers, advocates, organizers and students across the state, we stand up to powerful special interests on issues to stop identity theft, fight political corruption, provide safe and affordable prescription drugs, and strengthen voting rights.  Learn more about MassPIRG here.

Progressive Massachusetts (PM)

PM is a statewide, diverse grassroots organization. PM organize around progressive issues in Massachusetts, help elect and support progressive candidates for public office who are committed to making a difference on these issues, and hold elected officials accountable to progressive positions and values. PM welcomes all Progressives regardless of political affiliation. We will work to further progressive values through issue organizing, electoral organizing, and organization-building and education.  Learn more about PM here.

The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM)

The Student Immigrant Movement is a statewide immigrant youth-led organization based in Massachusetts. They identify, recruit and develop leaders in local cities and towns who are invested in improving their communities through relational building, leadership development, electoral organizing and using both strategic and motivational campaigns that build movement.  Learn more about SIM here.

United States Student Association (USSA)

USSA believes that education is a right and should be accessible for any student regardless of their socio-economic background and identity. We believe people who are affected directly by issues of access to higher education should be the ones identifying the solutions that make education accessible to them. Therefore, USSA is dedicated to training, organizing, and developing a base of student leaders who are utilizing those skills to engage in expanding access to higher education and advancing the broader movement for social justice.  Learn more about USSA here.



Clean Missouri Supporters

Eastern Missouri Laborers Educational and Benevolent Fund

Planned Parenthood

Our Missouri

Service Employees International Union


MOVE Ballot Fund


North Carolina

Blueprint NC Buddies

American Civil Liberties Union

Action Institute North Carolina

Alliance of North Carolina Black Elected Officials

Appalachian Voices

Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, Inc.

Carolina Justice Policy Center

Children First/Communities In Schools of Buncombe County

Coalicion Latino Americana, Inc. / Latin American Coalition

Common Cause Education Fund

Democracy North Carolina

Disability Rights North Carolina

El Pueblo, Inc.

Environment North Carolina Research and Policy Center, Inc.

Institute for Southern Studies

League of Women Voters North Carolina


NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Foundation

National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund

North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc.

North Carolina A.I.D.S. Action Network

North Carolina Association of Community Development Corporations

North Carolina Conservation Network

North Carolina Fair Share Community Development Corportation

North Carolina Justice Center

North Carolina League of Conservation Voters Foundation

North Carolina PIRG Education Fund

North Carolinians Against Gun Violence Education Fund, Inc.

People’s Alliance Fund

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic

Progress North Carolina

Public Schools First North Carolina

Southeast Asian Coalition

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

Southern Vision Alliance

Spirit In Action

North Carolina Council of Churches

Toxic Free NC

Unifour ONE

WakeUp Wake County, Inc.

Women AdvaNCe

Working America Education Fund



Southern Coalition for Social Justice Buddies

Current Major Foundation Supporters:

  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Norflet Progress Fund
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • A.J. Fletcher Foundation
    Arthur E. and Elizabeth B. Roswell Foundation
  • Center for Community Change
  • Common Counsel Foundation
  • Drug Policy Alliance
  • Equal Justice Works
  • Fund 25
  • Grace Jones Richardson Trust
  • Imagine NC
  • Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin Fund of Triangle Community Foundation
  • NEO Philanthropy
  • Post-Shelby Response Fund
  • Public Welfare Foundation
  • Sarah Schwartz Sax & Meg Coward of the Aquila Fund of RSF Social Finance
  • Schwab Charitable made possible by the generosity of the Present Progressive Fund
  • Sunflower Foundation
  • The Bauman Foundation
  • The Prentice Foundation, Inc.
  • Troan Foundation
  • Warner Foundation

Past Major Foundation Supporters:

  • Ben and Caroline Ansbacher Fund
  • Blueprint NC
  • Central Carolina Bank Endowment of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • Democracy North Carolina
  • Education Foundation of America
  • Elizabeth Wade Grant Endowment Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • Fleisher-Bierstein Family Trust
  • Fund for Southern Communities
  • Impact Fund
  • James E. & Margaret R. Davis Endowment of the Triangle Community Foundation
  • Kellogg Foundation
  • Laura and John Arnold Foundation
  • Park Foundation
  • The Ettinger Foundation, Inc.
  • Triangle Community Foundation


Maine People’s Alliance Buddies

Affordable Housing

Center for Community Change (CCC)

Portland Tenants Union


Environmental Organizations

Environmental Health Strategy Center

Maine League of Conservation Voters

Natural Resources Council of Maine

National Resources Defense Council

Fair and Clean Elections

Common Cause Maine

League of Women Voters of Maine

Maine Citizens for Clean Elections


Funding and Support

Maine Initiatives 

Health Care

Consumers for Affordable Health Care (CAHC) 

Health Care for America Now 

Family Planning Association of Maine 

Food and Medicine

Kennebec Valley Organization

Maine AllCare

Maine Labor Group on Health

Maine Public Health Association

National Ctte. to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England 

Universal Healthcare Action Network (UHCAN)


Labor and Trade Associations

AFSCME Council 93

Greater Bangor Area Central Labor Council


Maine Education Association (MEA) 

Maine State Employees Association

Maine State Employees Association – SEIU Local 1989

Maine State Nurses Association

Maine Trial Lawyers Association

Restaurant Opportunities Center 

Teamsters Local 340


Long term care

Caring Across Generations


National and Regional Affiliations

Center for Community Change (CCC) 

Northeast Action

US Action


Peace and International Outreach

Peace through Interamerican Community Action

Peace Action Maine


Research and Policy

Maine Center for Economic Policy (MECEP)

Maine Equal Justice Partners (MEJP)

Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission (MITSC)


Social and Economic Justice

Engage Maine

Equality Maine

Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project 

Maine Asso. of Interdependent Neighborhoods (MAIN)

Maine Council of Senior Citizens

Maine Women’s Lobby

NAACP Portland Branch

POWER: Portland Organizing to Win Economic Rights 




Idaho Community Action Network Buddies


Alliance for a Just Society

Applied Research Center (ARC)

Center for Community Change (CCC)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

Pineros Y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN)

United Farmworkers Foundation


Idaho Human Rights Education Center

Catholic Charities of Idaho

Centro de Comunidad y Justicia

Community Council of Idaho

Idaho Hispanic Caucus

Boise State University Student Diversity & Inclusion 




Montana Organizing Project Buddies


Angela’s Piazza

Center for Rural Affairs

Fallon County Federal Credit Union

Helena Service of Peace and Justice

Indian People’s Action

Montana Small Business Alliance

Strike Debt Helena


First Congregational UCC- Billings

St. Pius X Catholic Church- Billings

Congregation Har Shalom- Missoula

University Congregational UCC- Missoula


Greater Yellowstone Central Labor Council

Missoula Central Labor Council


United Association (UA) of Plumbers and Pipefitters 30

SEIU Healthcare 775 NW

United Steel Workers 11-443

Northwest Carpenters

Southwest Montana Central Labor Council

United Steel Workers 11-470 (ExxonMobil)

United Steel Workers 11-470 (Phillips 66)



Illinois People’s Action Buddies

Bloomington / Normal Members

New Covenant Community Church (

Moses Montefiore Congregation ( )

First Presbyterian Church (

First United Methodist Church (

NAACP Chapter

Resurrection Lutheran Church (

Unitarian Universalist Church (

Wesley United Methodist Church (

Word of Life Church

Action Research Center (ARC), Illinois Wesleyan University (

Mount Moriah Christian Church

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

St. Mary’s Catholic Church

Mennonite Peace and Justice Committee, Normal

Champaign / Urbana Members

Metanoia Centers, Inc. (

NAACP Chapter

Christian Mercy and Justice Network

Danville Members

Allen Chapel AME Church

Decatur Members

Central Christian Church (

NAACP Chapter

First Presbyterian Church (PCUSA)

First Evangelical Lutheran Church (

Grace United Methodist Church

St. Peter A.M.E.

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Decatur (

Metro East Members

Calvary Lutheran Church

Peoria Members

Heaven’s View Christian Fellowship

Mt. Zion Baptist Church (

Unitarian Universalist Church (

City of Refuge Worship Center (

Prince of Peace Baptist Church

Greater Apostolic Bibleway Church

New Hope International Ministries

Church of the Living God- CWFF


Peoria Ministers Economic Development Organization (PMEDO)

Latter Rain Temple

New Cornerstone Baptist

Trinity Baptist

Peoria Families Against Toxic Waste

Global Warming Solutions Group of Central Illinois

Springfield Members

First Presbyterian Church (

Hope Presbyterian Church (

Little Flower Catholic Church (

St. John’s AME Church

Body of Christ Church (Buffalo, IL)

Westminster Presbyterian Church PC (USA)

Homeless United for Change

Other Members

Calvary Lutheran Church of Belleville

47 (and growing) Individual Members

S.A.F.E. Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing the Environment


South Carolina

South Carolina Progressive Network (SCPN) Buddies

Executive Committee

Co-Chairwoman Donna DeWitt, who is also the President of the State AFL-CIO; Co-Chairman Joe Neal, a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives and past Chairman of the South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus; Vice-Chairwoman Renee Carter, who is active in the National Organization For Women (NOW) and sits on Planned Parenthood‘s Board of Directors; Vice Chairman Bert Easter, who also serves as Chairman of the South Carolina Gay and Lesbian Pride Movement; and Director Brett Bursey, who is also a Director of Natural Guard, a leftist environmental and social justice resource organization

Coalition Members

  1. Phillip Randolph Institute; the AFL-CIO; the Alliance for Full Acceptance; the Association of Progressive Campaigners; the Beaufort County Coalition for Choice; the Carolina Peace Resource Center; the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists; the Collaborative for Community Trust; Common Cause of South Carolina; Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois and United Tribes of South Carolina; Environmentalists, Inc.; Food Not Bombs; Grassroots Leadership; Hilton Head for Peace; Inmates, Families, Friends — One Network Ladder for Your Support; the League of Women Voters; the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement for Self-Determination; the Methodist Federation for Social Action; the Metropolitan Community Church of Columbia; the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; the Natural Guard Fund; Parents, Friends & Families of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG); Planned Parenthood; the South Carolina Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty; South Carolina Environmental Watch; South Carolina Fair Share; South Carolina Forest Watch; the South Carolina Gay & Lesbian Pride Movement; the South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus; the South Carolina National Organization for Women; South Carolinians for Drug Law Reform; Thinking People; and UNITE!


New York

Citizen Action of New York Funders

1199SEIU United Healthcare
CSEA Local 100
Communications Workers of America
Connecticut Citizen Action Group
Rosemary Faulkner
Friends of Democracy
Gersowitz, Libo & Korek PC
Local 32BJ SEIU
Long Island Progressive Coalition
New York State Nurses Association
New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness
Proteus Funds
William Samuels
See Forward Fund, Inc.
Strong Economy for All Coalition
Transport Workers Local 100
United Federation of Teachers
Zephyr for New York


 Alliance for Quality Education Buddies

Black Lives Matter Buffalo
Bronx Community Council
Bronx Educators United for Justice
Citizen Action of New York
Class Size Matters
Coalition for Educational Justice
Community Food Advocates
El Puente
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
Hartwick College Education Program
Hastings Teachers Association
Jackson Heights People for Public Schools
Long Island Progressive Coalition
Long Island Transgender Advocacy Coalition
Make the Road New York
Metro Justice
Network for Public Education
New York Communities for Change
New York Immigration Coalition
New York Peace Coalition (Peace December)
New York State Allies for Public Education
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE)
South Bronx Community Congress
The Badass Teachers Association
The Power of Ten
Vocal NY
Young Invincibles
Upstate & Updated
Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson
SBK Social Justice Center Inc
End New Jim Crow Action Network (ENJAN)
Public School Watchdogs
Coalition for Economic Justice
Hudson Valley Progressives
Opportunity Action
Brooklyn Arbor Parents’ Association
YWCA Ulster County and Grils Inc. Ulster and Dutchess Counties
Buffalo Anti-Racism Coalition
Buffalo Teachers Federation
Buffalo Parent Teacher Organization
Teens In Progress
Long Island Together
Parents for Equity and Power
Community Voices Heard
Justice League NYC
Central Park East II PA
The Gathering for Justice
Save Our Schools
Open Buffalo
Partnership for the Public Good
CWA Local 1133
AAUW Kingston
First Unitarian Schools Partnership
Green Party of New York
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
The Black Institute
Western New York Book Arts Center
CEPA Gallery
Just Buffalo Literary Center
The Children’s Sangha
Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center
DRUM- Desis Rising Up & Moving
Hispanic Federation
Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc.
New Feminists for Justice
Parents for Public Schools of Syracuse
Syracuse Teachers Association
CNY Solidarity Coalition
New York Civil Liberties Union
F.A.C.E.S. of Nottingham: Families, Alumni, Community, Educators and Students Nottingham High School’s Parent/Family-Teacher-Student-Organization
SUNY Onondaga Community College Federation of Teachers and Administrators (OCCFTA) NYSUT Local 1845
Green Party of Brooklyn
Center For Creative Education
Kingston Teachers’ Federation
NY Progressive Action Network
Progressive Action of Lower Manhattan
Dutchess County Progressive Action Alliance
Granny Peace Brigade NYC
JT Roberts PTO
First Unitarian Universalist Society of Syracuse
Change the Stakes
NYC Opt Out
Center for Community Alternatives
Girls for Gender Equity
Mid-Hudson Jews for Racial Justice
Parents for Middle School Equity
The Earth School
The Cobble Hill Think Tank
North Country Peace Group
Dutchess County Progessive Action Alliance
ECE PolicyWorks
Harrison Association of Teachers
Traveling Stories
Education Opportunity Network
Children Are More Than Test Scores
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
Teachers Unite
Justin Sanchez for City Council
Coalition for Public Education (CPE)
Cornerstone Academy for Social Action Middle School
Action Together Rochester
Brooklyn Artful Dodgers
Advocates for Justice
Stand Up for Public Schools
PS 705 PTA
Teen Empowerment
Schott Foundation
Journey for Justice Alliance
Lyncourt School
Rockland United
Glens Falls Teachers Association
Power 4 Equity and Power
The Dragonfly Institute
Buffalo Educational Support team
Resource Center for Accessible Living, Inc.
Mid-Hudson Advocates for Single Payer
Principal Residency Network
Pulaski Teachers’ Association
Big Apple Coffee Party
Women’s March


Take Action NYC Buddies

General Progressive Issues
Rise and Resist is a group where diverse people from different causes and individuals with different interests, passions and skill sets can work together to directly assist and to protect the individuals and communities whose life and liberty are in danger following the 2016 election.

United Thru Action was created after Trump’s election when hundreds of citizens met in the West Village to start planning how to make change in NYC, NYS, and the nation.

A number of Indivisible groups that have agreed to “to resist Trump’s agenda, focus on local, defensive congressional advocacy, and embrace progressive values” meet.

Citizen Action of New York fights for racial, social, economic and environmental justice.

New York Progressive Action Network is a state wide network of more than 25 affiliates. Many of NYPAN’s organizers were volunteers for Bernie Sanders.

Get Organized BK! is a group organized by City Councilmember Brad Lander of Brooklyn’s progressive individuals, activists, organizations and elected officials working together to resist Trump regime policies of injustice, corruption, and hate.

Queens Resist is dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda.

OccuEvolve is Occupy Wall Street’s longest serving education/outreach/action group.

Alternatives to Capitalism
The Base is an anarchist political center in Bushwick, Brooklyn, committed to the dissemination of revolutionary left and anarchist ideas and organizing.

The Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council (MACC) is building an anarchist movement forum in NYC under the guiding principles of horizontalism, direct democracy and direct action.

NYC Democratic Socialists of America is the NYC local of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the country.

The International Socialist Organization (ISO) is a group of revolutionary socialist activists.

The Socialist Alternative is a socialist organization fighting in our workplaces, communities, and campuses against the exploitation and injustices people face every day.

The Party for Socialism and Liberation – PSL is a revolutionary Marxist party.

The Freedom Socialist Party is a socialist political party with a revolutionary feminist philosophy .

The Workers World Party is fighting for revolutionary socialism and supporting the struggle of all oppressed peoples.

The Revolutionary Communist Party (RevCom or RCP) is a communist political party lead by Chairman Bob Avakian.

Empowering Oppressed People
Peoples Power Assemblies organize to empower workers & oppressed people to demand jobs, education & healthcare while fighting against racism, sexism & LGBT bigotry.

Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE) is a member led Brooklyn-based multiracial program of Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC) led by mostly women of color. We organize and unite low-income families to build power to fight against systems of oppression so that the work of all people is valued and all of us have the right and ability to decide and live out our own destinies.

Racism and White Supremacy
Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) organizes white people to break white silence, confront racism, and dismantle white supremacy.

Make the Road New York is the largest participatory immigrant organization in New York with 17,000+ members and builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education and the provision of survival services.

The New York Immigration Coalition is an umbrella advocacy group that brings together nearly 200 diverse member organizations to advance justice and opportunity for all.

Sanctuary Advocacy For Everyone aims to help immigrants live safely in our NYC communities by connecting with our neighbors across interpersonal and international borders.

The Brooklyn Anti-Gentrification Network (BAN) is a people of color-led, mass-based coalition of tenants, homeowners, block associations, anti-police brutality groups, legal and grassroots organizations working together to end the rampant gentrification and displacement of low to middle income residents of Brooklyn, New York.

ACT UP New York (AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power) is a diverse non-partisan group of individuals united in anger and committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis. We advise, inform, warn and act. Fear us.

The Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP) is a collective Alternative to Detention Program (ATD),direct service, and community organizing project that works with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, queer, Two Spirit, Trans, Gender Non- Conforming, and HIV+ detainees and their families currently in detention centers, those that are recently released from detention centers, and undocumented folks in New York City.

Black and Pink supports LGBTQ people impacted by the prison industrial complex.

Police and Prisons
Copwatch Patrol Unit (CPU) films the NYPD using smartphones to capture police brutality.

Communities United for Police Reform is an unprecedented campaign that is working to end discriminatory policing in New York.

The Stop Mass Incarceration Network exists to stop the slow genocide of mass incarceration and all its consequences; racial profiling, a legal system that disproportionately impacts Blacks and Latinos, the police murder of our children, the criminalization of a generation, discrimination, widespread torture in prisons and treating those formerly incarcerated as less than full human beings.

Books Through Bars sends free donated books to people in prisons across the country.

Adalah-NY: The New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel is a grassroots strategic alliance of concerned organizations and individuals in New York, formed to demand an immediate, unconditional, and permanent end to U.S. and U.S.-sponsored Israeli aggression in the Middle East.

IfNotNow is a movement in NYC to end the American Jewish community’s support for the occupation and gain freedom and dignity for all Israelis and Palestinians.

Jewish Voice for Peace supports nonviolent efforts in New York and in Israel-Palestine to end Israel’s occupation and to realize a just and peaceful future for both peoples.

350Brooklyn is an affiliate of that works locally to solve the climate crisis through education, organization, and direct action.

Citizens’ Climate Lobby Brooklyn is creating the political will for a livable world by empowering individuals to experience breakthroughs in exercising their personal and political power.

Food and Water Watch champions healthy food and clean water for all by standing up to corporations that put profits before people, and advocating for a democracy that improves people’s lives and protects our environment.

Self Defense
Pop Gym is a new project, working towards opening a physical space in Brooklyn that offers free self-defense, fitness, and skill share classes 7 days a week.

Cyptosquad NYC provides free, accessible, and fun workshops and events on cybersecurity to folks from marginalized communities and groups who want learn a bit bout digital defense.

The Gray Panthers engage in action and advocacy against ageism.


Make the Road New York Buddies

$500,000 AND UP

Hagedorn Foundation
New York City Department of Youth & Community Development
New York State Education Department
Robin Hood Foundation
Single Stop USA

$250,000 – $499,999

American Red Cross of Greater NY
New York State Department of Health /
Community Service Society
New York City Department of
Education / United Way of New York City
New York State Department of State
New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
Project Vote

$100,000 – $249,999

Center for Community Change
Center for Popular Democracy
Consortium for Worker Education
Cricket Island Foundation
Donors Education Collaborative in the New York
Community Trust
Ford Foundation
Fund for Public Health in New York
Interest on Lawyer Account Fund of the State of
New York
Katharine S. and Axel G. Rosin Fund of the
Scherman Foundation
Make the Road Action Fund
Nathan Cummings Foundation
New York City Council
New York State Assembly
New York State Health Foundation
New York State Office of Court Administration
New York Women’s Foundation
Pinkerton Foundation
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
Rockefeller Family Fund
RTS Family Foundation
Tony Mazzocchi Center for Health, Safety and
Environmental Education
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
United States Department of Labor
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Wyss Foundation

$50,000 – $99,999

Altman Foundation
Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation / New York
Academy of Medicine
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Immigrant Justice Corps Justice Fellowship
The LIFT Fund
Mertz Gilmore Foundation
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
New York City Communities of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition –
Public Health Solutions/Community Resource Exchange
New York Communities for Change
New York State Energy Research and Development
Paul Rapoport Foundation
Public Welfare Foundation, Inc.
Staten Island Foundation
Tides Foundation
Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock
Urban Youth Collaborative
William E. & Maude S. Pritchard Charitable Trust

$25,000 – $49,999

ACA Implementation Fund /
Community Catalyst / Community
Service Society
The Advocacy Fund
Alliance for a Greater New York
Atlantic Philanthropies / Community
Service Society
Hyatt Bass
Jessica Bauman & Ben Posel
Anne. E Delaney
Edward W. Hazen Foundation
Four Freedoms Fund
Hispanic Federation
J.M. Kaplan Fund
Liberty Hill Foundation
Main Street Alliance
Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Inc.
Merck Family Fund
National Association of Latino
Elected and Appointed Officials
Educational Fund
National Council of La Raza
New World Foundation
New York State Trial Lawyers
NYC Service
Public Interest Projects
Public Policy and Education Fund
Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, Inc.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Scherman Foundation
Wachs Family Fund

$10,000 – $24,999

1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers
Academy of Urban Planning
AIDS Center of Queens County
Alliance for a Just Society
Andrus Family Fund
Atlantic Philanthropies
Michael D. Baker Inc.
Calamus Foundation
Capital One, Community
Development Banking
Center for Public Interest Research –
Accelerate Change
Encore Fellowships Network Program
Equal Justice Works
Fitapelli & Schaffer LLP
Greater New York LECET Fund
KPS Capital Partners, LP
Lily Auchincloss Foundation
LIUNA, Local 79
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Long Island Community Foundation
John McMonagle & Beatriz Cardenas
NALCAB – National Association for
Latino Community Asset Builders
New York City Coalition for
Educational Justice
Nonprofit VOTE
North Star Fund
O’Dwyer & Bernstein, LLP

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation /
Community Service Society
SEIU Local 32BJ
Vanessa Selbst
United Steelworkers District 4
United We Dream (UWD)
Virginia & Ambinder, LLP
Working Families Party

$5,000 – $9,999

Suresh Bhalla
Center for the Biology of Natural
Systems at Queens College
Communication Workers of America
– National
Abigail E. Disney & Pierre Hauser
Doctors Council SEIU
Laborers Eastern Region Organizing
Fund (LEROF)
M & T Charitable Foundation
Mason Tenders District Council
Jennifer & Ian McAllister-Nevins
MirRam Group, LLC
Movement Strategy Center
New Jersey LECET
New York City District Council
of Carpenters
New York State Laborers-Employers
Cooperation and Education Trust
Outten & Golden LLP
Katrina E. Schaffer
UFCW International
United Federation of Teachers

$2,500 – $4,999

Amalgamated Bank
Asbestos, Lead & Hazardous
Waste Laborers Local 78
Joseph & Claude Audi
Cary Kane LLP
Community Health Care Association
of New York State
Fitapelli & Schaffer LLP
Elizabeth Gilmore
Harmon Foundation
Health Republic Insurance of New York
JEMB Realty Corp.
The Labor Institute
Matthew Marks Charitable Trust
Vincent McGee
Elizabeth Nevins & Jay Saunders
New York Immigration Coalition
New York State Higher Education
Services Corporation
Pazer, Epstein & Jaffe, P.C
Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Giblin LLC
Progressive Cities
Rachel Tiven, Immigrant Justice Corps
Gregory Reimers & Carolyn Perry
Sacks & Sacks
Megan Sheetz & Trevor Price
United Steelworkers (USW)
Vladeck, Waldman, Elias &
Engelhard PC

$1,000 – $2,499

Madeline & Howell Adams
American Federation of Teachers
Amerigroup Corporation
Arturo Archila
Nancy & Herbert Baer
Benjamin & Susan Baxt
Angad Bhalla
Jennifer Brown
Bushwick School for Social Justice
Janet Carter
Chadbourne & Park LLP
Citi Community Development
Cohen, Weiss & Simon, LLP
CUNY Research Foundation
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver &
Jacobson LLP
Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, PC
Julie L. Hirschfeld & Bennett A. Killmer
Kennedy, Jennik & Murray, PC
Steven Markowitz
Gerrish Milliken
New Society Fund
New York Administrative Employees,
CWA Local 1180
New York City Health and
Hospitals Corporation
New York State United Teachers
Joseph O’Doherty
Constance Packard
Raquel Palmer
Pelton & Associates, P.C.
Pritchard Family Foundation
Michael Rabinowitz & Elana Karopkin
Ridgewood Savings Bank
Anya Rous
Launa Schweizer & William Lienhard
Segal Consulting
Naomi Sobel & Diana Doty
Transport Workers Union Local 100
Nicholas R. Turner &
Theresa M. Trzaskoma
UFCW International, Region 1
UNITE HERE, Local 100
USW Local 15024

$500 – $999

ADCO Foundation
Daniel Loren Altschuler
Archer, Byington, Glennon &
Levine, LLP
Natalia Audi
Bob & Carolyn Axt
Benenson Capital Partners, LLC
Benevity Community Impact Fund
Berke-Weiss & Pechman, LLP
Block, O’Toole & Murphy
Campaign for Community Change
Alice Cheng & Chris Zelinsko
James Coates & Elisabeth H. Rhyne
Orla Coleman
Committee of Interns and Residents/
Congressman Joseph Crowley
Ellen Davidson



FACE Buddies



Oahu Members


Maui Members



Center for Neighborhood Leadership (Arizona) Buddies


Arizona Public Service

West Valley Resort & Casino

AT&T Foundation

United Food & Commercial Workers, Local 99

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund




Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Buddies

Brico Fund ($75,000), the Evjue Foundation ($20,000), Joyce Foundation ($60,000), Buck Foundation ($8,000) and the Magic Pebble Foundation ($5,000)




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