Competency Based Education Supporters

The name sounds nice, but, sadly, it’s just more pro-Common Core stuff.    Once you see the supporters of it, you’ll see why I said that.

Competency Based Education Buddies

Public Agenda

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Lumina Foundation

Association of American Colleges & Universities

American Council on Education

Competency-Based Education Network


Council for Adult and Experiential Learning

Quality Matters


Western Governors Association


International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)

Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)


Carnegie Corporation of New York

Donnell-Kay Foundation

Nellie Mae Education Foundation

Stupski Foundation




The Learning Accelerator

Center for Innovation in Education

New England Secondary Schools Consortium (NESSC)

Great Schools Partnership

Julie Ajinkya, Institute for Higher Education Policy
Mariana Haynes, Alliance for Excellent Education
Cassius Johnson, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Sharmila Mann, State Higher Education Executive Officers
Tia McNair, Association of American Colleges and Universities
Kate Nielson, National Governors Association
Jesse O’Connell, National Association of Student Financial Aid
Iris Palmer, National Governors Association
Adriana Martinez, Council of Chief State School Officers
Patricia Shea, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
Holly Zanville, Lumina Foundation


National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc)   (Yep, apparently Competency Based Education is tied to Career Technical Education.)


Competency Based Education Network (CBEN) Buddies

Antioch University (Ohio), Brandman University (Calif.), Broward College (Fla.), Capella University (Minn.), Central New Mexico Community College, Charter Oak State College (Conn.), City University of Seattle, Concordia University (Wisc.),
Danville Community College (Va.), Davenport University (Mich.), DePaul University (Ill.), Excelsior College (N.Y.), Kentucky Commonwealth College (University of Louisville and Western Kentucky University), Kentucky Community & Technical
College System, Lipscomb University (Tenn.), Lord Fairfax Community College (Va.), Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, Northern Arizona University, Purdue University (Ind.), Rasmussen College (Minn.), Salt Lake Community College, Southern New Hampshire University, Southwestern College (Kan.), Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (South Texas College and Texas A&M University-Commerce), Thomas Edison State College (N.J.), University System of Georgia, University of Maine at Presque Isle, University of Maryland University College, University of Michigan, University of Texas System, University of Wisconsin-Extension, Walden University (Minn.), and Westminster College (Utah).


CompetencyWorks Buddies

  • iNACOL is a non-profit 501(c)(3)-membership association based in the Washington, DC area with over 4,000 members. We are unique; our members represent a diverse cross-section of K-12 education from school districts, charter schools, state education agencies, non-profit organizations, research institutions, corporate entities and other content & technology providers.
  • The American Youth Policy Forum, founded in 1993, is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that educates and informs policy leaders, practitioners, and researchers working on education, workforce, and youth issues at the national, state, and local levels. We believe all youth, regardless of race, income, geographical location, or family background, should have opportunities for high quality learning in order to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for a successful career, to be a lifelong learner, and for engaged lives of citizenship.
  • JFF identifies, develops, and promotes education and workforce strategies that expand opportunity for youth and adults who are struggling to advance in America today. In more than 200 communities across 43 states, JFF improves the pathways leading from high school to college to family-sustaining careers.
  • The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) develops innovative solutions to today’s most pressing public policy challenges and is the only research and development firm that directly serves the nation’s governors.
  • MetisNet works with foundations, government, and individuals to identify the most effective ways to shape investments to catalyze social change. Our mission stems from the very root of our name – metis – a Greek word for local knowledge. Drawing on multiple perspectives, MetisNet works with clients to develop vibrant, asset-based investment strategies.
  • The Nellie Mae Education Foundation is working to reshape public education across New England to be more equitable and more effective – so every learner graduates from high school prepared for success. With new approaches expanding learning beyond the school calendar and walls, all learners can develop skills and knowledge for life in our changing world.
  • The Donnell-Kay Foundation is a private family foundation aiming to improve public education and drive systemic school reform in Colorado through research, creative dialogue and critical thinking. Our focus is funding reform and state-level policy in the areas of early childhood, K-12 and higher education.



Education Groups that Gates is Buying off Part 4

National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University Buddies

Annie E. Casey Foundation, Center for American Progress, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Foundation for Child Development, Fundacio Carulla-AELO TU, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,  Heising-Simons Foundation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, The Nicholson Foundation,  National Science Foundation (NSF), US Department of Education, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The William Penn Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts, PNC Foundation, The Prudential Foundation, PSE&G Foundation, Schumann Fund for New Jersey,  Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation


GreatSchools Buddies

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The New Commission on the Skills of the American Workforce Buddies

The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private charitable organization whose primary mission is to foster public policies, human-service reforms, and community supports that more effectively meet the needs of today’s vulnerable children and families. More information is available at

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to reduce inequities and improve lives around the world. In developing countries, it focuses on improving health, reducing extreme poverty, and increasing access to technology in public libraries. In the United States, the foundation seeks to ensure that all people have access to a great education and to technology in public libraries. In its local region, it focuses on improving the lives of low-income families. Based in Seattle, the foundation is led by CEO Patty Stonesifer and Co-chairs William H. Gates Sr., Bill Gates, and Melinda French Gates. More information is available at

Lumina Foundation for Education
Lumina Foundation for Education, an Indianapolis-based, private, independent foundation, strives to help people achieve their potential by expanding access and success in education beyond high school. Through grants for research, innovation, communication, and evaluation, as well as policy education and leadership development, Lumina Foundation addresses issues that affect access and educational attainment among all students, particularly underserved student groups, including adult learners. The Foundation bases its mission on the belief that postsecondary education remains one of the most beneficial investments that individuals can make in themselves and that society can make in its people. For more details on the Foundation, visit its Web site at

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been making grants since 1966 to help solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. The Foundation concentrates its resources on activities in education, environment, global development, performing arts, philanthropy, population, and makes grants to support disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. More information is available at


Power My Learning Buddies

Major Funders

$1,000,000 and above

  • Laura and John Arnold Foundation
  • Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Kellogg Foundation, W.K.
  • Microsoft**
  • New Profit, Inc.
  • Oak Foundation
  • U.S. Department of Commerce

$200,000 – $999,999

  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
  • New York City Council
  • News Corp
  • Oak Foundation
  • Robin Hood Foundation
  • SAP
  • SCE

$100,000 – $199,999

  • Bloomberg Philanthropies/America Achieves
  • Cisco Systems
  • Google
  • Koret Foundation
  • The Learning Accelerator
  • NewSchools Venture Fund
  • New York Community Trust
  • Rose Hills Foundation
  • Salesforce**
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Weingart Foundation
  • Zeist Foundation

$50,000 – $99,999

  • Annenberg Foundation
  • Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
  • The Francis L. and Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund
  • Joseph Drown Foundation
  • Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
  • The Green Foundation
  • NBCUniversal Foundation
  • News Corp
  • Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
  • Mark Taper Foundation
  • Speedwell Foundation
  • Toyota USA Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation

$10,000 – $49,999

  • Allen & Overy, LLP
  • An Event Apart
  • Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • AT&T
  • Aurelius Capital Management, LP.
  • William C. Bannerman Foundation
  • Barker Welfare Foundation
  • Booth Ferris Foundation
  • Mogolodi Bond
  • The Mary Alice and Bennett Brown Foundation
  • Cardinal Technology Solutions
  • Capalino+Company
  • Caterpillar
  • John W. Carson Foundation
  • CDI Computers
  • CenturyLink
  • Change Happens Foundation
  • Charter Communications
  • Cisneros Group
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE)
  • Comcast
  • CompTIA
  • Con Edison
  • Michael J. Critelli
  • Dancing Tides Foundation
  • Delany Sisters Fund
  • Disney/ABC Television Group
  • FJC
  • Gas South
  • GE Foundation
  • Genentech
  • Generation Ready
  • Georgia-Pacific Foundation
  • Jack and Anne Glenn Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Goldman Sachs & Co.
  • Google
  • Gregory Gould
  • Graphic Packaging International
  • GSV Advisors
  • GSV Asset Management
  • Jeffrey Gural
  • Hall Capital Partners LLC
  • Harland Charitable Foundation
  • Charles Hayden Foundation
  • Change Happens Foundation
  • Home Box Office (HBO)
  • HUB International
  • ICAP Americas
  • The Imlay Foundation, Inc.
  • Jackson EMC Foundation, Inc.
  • Juniper Networks
  • Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
  • Lone Pine Foundation
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • V & L Marx Foundation
  • Merrill Corporation
  • Microsoft
  • Motorola
  • National Cable & Telecommunications Association
  • Newell Rubbermaid Charitable Foundation
  • Newmark Holdings
  • Henry E. Niles Foundation
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Overdeck Family Foundation
  • The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • The PIMCO Foundation
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
  • Rich Foundation
  • SanDisk
  • Sartain Lanier Family Foundation
  • Edwin Schloss
  • Service
  • Solstice Foundation
  • Southwest Airlines**
  • Sprint Foundation
  • Symantec Corporation
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Tudor Investment Corporation
  • U.S. Micro Corporation
  • Univision Communications
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Wonderful Foundation

Family Technology Donors

  • 2DBoy
  • Apple, Inc.
  • Celestia
  • Digital Directions International, Inc. (DDI)
  • DreamBox Learning, Inc.
  • E-Line Media
  • Federation of American Scientists
  • Global Kids
  • Google
  • Green Eclipse Software
  • Kaplan, Inc.
  • MIT Media Lab
  • NaturalSoft, Ltd.
  • Interactive Classics (Tigor Media)
  • Sensory Software
  • Teaching Matters, Inc.
  • The JASON Project
  • The Liemandt Foundation
  • WebbIE

We thank the following organizations for their donations of computers and equipment:

Lifetime Sponsors (500+ computers donated)

  • Aaron’s, Inc.
  • American Cancer Society
  • Cbeyond
  • CIBC World Markets
  • Clifford Chance LLP
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises
  • David Polk & Wardwell
  • Georgia Pacific
  • Given Imaging
  • Goldman Sachs
  • IT Asset Management Group
  • Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison
  • RaceTrac
  • Royal Bank of Canada Capital Markets
  • Société Générale
  • Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

Platinum Sponsors (200-499 computers donated)

  • ACCO Brands
  • BMG Direct
  • Davis Polk & Wardwell
  • Home Box Office (HBO)
  • Home Depot
  • Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
  • Piedmont Medical Care Corporation
  • Raytheon Company
  • Rosicki Rosicki Associates, PC
  • SAP Americas
  • Susquehanna International Group
  • Time Warner Inc.
  • Travelocity
  • U.S. Micro Corp
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wells Real Estate Fund
  • Woodward Academy

Gold Sponsors (100-199 computers donated)

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Brown Harris & Stevens
  • Cbeyond
  • CBS Corporation
  • Earthlink
  • D.E. Shaw & Co., L.P.
  • Gap, Inc.
  • Internap
  • Israel Discount Bank
  • ITOCHU International Inc.
  • Keystone Mercy Health Plan
  • Ladenburg Thalmann
  • Newell Rubbermaid
  • Resources Global Professional
  • TD Securities
  • Travelocity
  • WorldPay

Silver Sponsors (50-99 computers donated)

  • Atlantic Southeastern Airlines
  • Barroway Topaz Kessler Meltzer & Check, LLP
  • Bear Stearns & Co., Inc.
  • BlueWave Computing
  • Bulgari Corporation of America
  • Carter’s, Inc.
  • The Chuo Mitsui Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.
  • CompuCom Systems, Inc.
  • CSL Behring
  • The Doneger Group
  • Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
  • Emmis Communications
  • Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu PC
  • Global Payments
  • Hallmark Entertainment
  • Hawkins and Parnell, LLP
  • ING Barings
  • Latham & Watkins
  • McKenna Long and Aldridge, LLP
  • Prudential Securities
  • Resources Connection
  • Rubenstein Associates
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
  • SunTrust Banks, Inc.
  • Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
  • Xanterra Parks & Resorts

Friends (fewer than 50 computers donated)

  • AGSI
  • APAC, Inc.
  • Bickel & Brewer
  • Cambix Inc.
  • Caxton-Iseman Capital, Inc.
  • Cisco Systems
  • Citibank
  • CNN
  • CNN Money
  • Creative Media
  • Dresdner Kleinwort Benson
  • Focus Brands
  • Georgia Aquarium
  • The Graduate Center, City University of New York
  • HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
  • IKEA North American Services
  • Walter Thompson
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Lafarge
  • Law Office of Neil Brickman
  • Lexis Nexis
  • Lloyd Pro Group
  • Loring Ward
  • MaMaMedia
  • MTV Networks
  • Opus 3 Artists
  • PartMiner, Inc.
  • Phillips Lytle LLP
  • Public Agenda
  • Pulvers, Pulvers, Thompson, & Kutner, PC
  • Robert Greenberg Associates
  • Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
  • Southern Company
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Star Diamond Group
  • Surdna Foundation
  • Symantec
  • UGO Networks
  • U.S.D.A.—Nutrition Program
  • U.S. General Services Administration
  • University of Phoenix
  • The Westminster Schools
  • Wildenstein & Co.
  • Women in Technology


Personalized Learning Consortium Buddies

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Highlander Institute Buddies

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
New Profit
The Learning Accelerator
Highlander Charter School
Overdeck Family Foundation

Getting Smart Buddies

  • Agilix
  • Apex Learning
  • ASU Prep Digital
  • Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The Buck Institute for Education
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Chase Design
  • Chavez Schools
  • College Spark
  • Columbus Municipal Schools
  • Connections Education
  • Convergence Center for Policy Resolution
  • Compass Learning
  • Curriculum Associates
  • digiLEARN
  • DLR Group
  • DreamBox Learning
  • ECONorthwest
  • Ed-Fi Alliance
  • Educause/Next Generation Learning Challenges
  • El Paso Independent School District
  • Fidelis Education
  • Fuel Education
  • The Foundation for Excellence in Education
  • Future of Schools
  • Gloo
  • Global Dignity
  • Global Personalized Academies
  • GPS Education Partners
  • Harmony Public Schools
  • Highline School District 401
  • High Tech High Graduate School of Education
  • InnovateEDU
  • Innovate Schools
  • Instructure/Canvas
  • International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)
  • J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation
  • K12, Inc.
  • Kauffman Foundation
  • Kern Family Foundation
  • Knowledge Delivery Systems
  • The Learning Accelerator
  • The Learning Assembly
  • Literacy Design Collaborative
  • LittleBits
  • Mayerson Academy
  • McGraw Hill Education
  • META Solutions
  • Microsoft
  • MIND Research Institute
  • National Center for Innovations in Education
  • Nellie Mae Education Foundation
  • New Tech Network
  • NNU Doceō Center
  • Omidyar Network
  • Open Sky Education
  • OpenUp Resources
  • Participate
  • Pearson
  • Presence Learning
  • Rosetta Stone Education
  • Singapore American School
  • Scholastic
  • Six Red Marbles
  • SMART Technologies – Seattle
  • Solution Tree
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Washington
  • Take Stock in Children
  • University Academy
  • Vulcan
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools


New Media Consortium Buddies

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is committed to ensuring that all students have the opportunity to receive a high-quality education. We have two programs that work in concert toward this goal: College-Ready Education, which aims to ensure that all students graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college and in a career; and Postsecondary Success, whose goal is to dramatically increase the number of young people who obtain a postsecondary degree or certificate with labor-market value. Areas of intersection include practical approaches and policy strategies to better align K-12 standards—including the Common Core State Standards—with higher-education standards.

Our Postsecondary Success strategy seeks to increase low-income students’ college completion rates through innovations that can improve the productivity and performance of U.S. universities and colleges and ensure that all students have access to a high-quality, highly personalized education.

Our investments seek to accelerate efforts already under way in higher education and to support the enormous talent, creativity, and energy being applied to improving student completion rates and lowering costs while raising the quality of the U.S. postsecondary education system.


Strategic Partners

Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information. Our award-winning software and technologies have set the standard for communication and collaboration for more than 25 years, bringing vital and engaging experiences to people across media and to every screen in their lives, at work and at play.
Apple products inspire creativity and hands-on learning with features you won’t find anywhere else. And they’re easy to integrate into your curriculum. Once you do, you’ll see teaching — and learning — in a whole new way.
Cengage Learning believes that engagement is the foundation of learning… Engagement is at our core and our focus is on engaging with learners, both in the classroom and beyond, to ensure the most effective product design, learning solutions and personalized services – all to help people learn. We understand that an engaged learner is a successful one and we are leading the transition to digital with a unique faculty AND …
Mirum Learning is a division of Mirum, a global digital agency and part of J Walter Thompson Advertising and WPP. Mirum Learning is dedicated to helping higher education and corporate training organizations develop, deploy and measure powerful mobile and digital learning solutions. As a global Adobe partner, Mirum Learning leverages best-in-class technology solutions along with instructional design, creative, and technical services to deliver a full-service, scalable solutions to organizations worldwide.
Saraiva is a public Brazilian company with approximately 6,000 employees. Celebrating its centennial year in 2014, Saraiva provides content for basic, technical, and higher education, and leads the market as a provider for law education. The company creates and distributes content and provides technology and services for publishing and retail businesses. Saraiva’s educational solutions integrate innovative technologies, such as adaptive learning and digital library subscriptions, and it provides specific content …
Smart Learning Institute (SLI) is affiliated to Beijing Normal University (BNU), and serves as an experimental platform comprising scientific research, technology development and education. SLI is devoted to developing the key and innovate technology which has features of intellectual technology during the process of national education informatization, constructing the experimental system of smart learning environments, developing the theoretical system of smart learning and finding the solutions to the application. To …

Supporting Partners

The Online Training Library® delivers high-quality instructional videos that teach computer software and related skills. Available via the web or mobile delivery, access to courses is always just a click away, 24/7. Hundreds of top expert instructors offer real-world training in all skill levels on digital photography, web and interactive design, developer/programming, digital video, 3D and animation, business, audio, and much more.

Marketing Partners

The Digital Media Academy (DMA) is a nationally-recognized organization providing hands-on learning experiences in a broad range of digital media technologies. DMA offers summer camps for kids and teens and Pro-Series courses for educators and adult-learners.
Hippasus is a consulting firm, founded by Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura, designed to help transform education by combining a broad range of information technologies with novel educational approaches and a set of rigorous metrics for the evaluation of results. Hippasus brings together expertise from the realms of technology, pedagogy, and administration. Because of this, Hippasus can avoid overly narrow approaches, allowing theoretical design, practical implementation, and evaluation of results to …
Kaltura provides the world’s first Open Source Online Video Platform, which presents a low-cost and flexible alternative to proprietary video solutions in the market. With over 150,000 publishers, award-winning Kaltura is growing rapidly, with hundreds of sites joining daily. Beyond catering directly to web publishers, Kaltura’s open framework provides integrators and developers the ability to create custom video applications with minimal time and effort.
Focusing on K-12 and Higher Education segments, Konica Minolta delivers products and services that improve efficiencies and enhance the learning experience for students. Through innovation which only Konica Minolta can provide, we create value and share it with society for the betterment of people’s lives today and for the generations to come.

NGO Partners

The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of digital information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. Some 220 institutions representing higher education, publishing, information technology, scholarly and professional organizations, foundations, and libraries and library organizations make up CNI’s members; CNI is entirely funded through membership dues. Semi-annual membership meetings bring together representatives of CNI’s constituencies to discuss …
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools they need to succeed. Today, CoSN represents over 10 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. – See more at:
The Doug Engelbart Institute* was launched in 1988 by Doug Engelbart and his daughter Christina Engelbart to further his lifelong career goal of boosting our ability to better address complex, urgent problems. As he saw it, both the rate and the scale of change are increasing very rapidly worldwide, and we as a people must get that much faster and smarter at anticipating, assessing, and responding to important challenges collectively if …
The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) began as the National Learning Infrastructure Initiative, or NLII. The NLII started in 1994, at a time when most campuses had adopted IT for administrative purposes, but few viewed technology as central to a successful learning environment. NLII sought to drive systemic change in higher education by identifying how technology could best support effective teaching and learning.
The Emerging Learning Design Conference (ELD) is an annual event hosted by Montclair State University (MSU) in New Jersey. ELD’s mission is to provide a space to showcase innovation in higher education as well as to engage in a vibrant and dynamic discourse regarding pedagogy and how technology can better enhance or transform it.
The Global Oneness Project is a free multimedia education platform which has been producing and curating cultural and environmental stories since 2006. Each month, a new story is released in the form of an article, film, or photo essay. The interdisciplinary stories examine global issues with a personal and humanistic lens, offering ways to bring the world to teachers’ classrooms. Free lesson plans accompany the stories, which are aligned to …
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) is the premier nonprofit organization serving educators and education leaders committed to empowering connected learners in a connected world. ISTE serves more than 100,000 education stakeholders throughout the world.
The Learning Revolution Project holds online and physical learning events, and highlights professional development opportunities from a network of 200 partners in the learning professions. The great majority of these events are free to attend. We also highlight good conversations about learning taking place between educators, learners, leaders, and others from the school, library, museum, work, adult, online, non-traditional and home learning worlds. The technologies of the Internet and the Web …
The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.
The National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) has been dedicated to the professional development of faculty, administrator
Mission: To promote the value of story as a means for compassionate community action. We partner with organizations around the world to develop programs which support individuals in rediscovering how to listen to each other and share first person stories. Our group process and the stories that emerge serve as effective tools for change amidst a world of technology and media overload. What We Offer: Whether you are interested in …
TakingITGlobal is one of the world’s leading networks of young people learning about, engaging with, and working towards tackling global challenges. Our Vision Youth around the world actively engaged and connected in shaping a more inclusive, peaceful and sustainable world. Our Mission TakingITGlobal empowers youth to understand and act on the world’s greatest challenges.

Citizen Schools Buddies



Biogen Foundation
Cisco Foundation
The Cognizant Technology Solutions Charitable Fund
Fidelity Investments


Hewlett Packard Company Foundation
Hess Corporation


Amgen Foundation
Arconic Foundation
AT&T Foundation
Chevron Corporation
Cisco Systems, Inc.
EMC Corporation
Jones Day Foundation
Motorola Mobility Foundation
TATA Consultancy Services
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
TripAdvisor, LLC


Barclays Capital
BNY Mellon
CA Technologies
Lending Club Corporation
Liberty Mutual Foundation
PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
SanDisk Corporation
Texas Instruments Community Fund
The Prudential Foundation


Citi Foundation
Eaton Vance Management
McDonald’s Corporation
Merck Company Foundation
Motorola Solutions Foundation
National Grid Foundation
State Street Foundation, Inc.
The Springs Company
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Wells Fargo & Company



Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
Lemelson Foundation
The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation


Carson Family Charitable Trust
Charles Hayden Foundation
Jane’s Trust
Linde Family Foundation
The Rockwell Fund
Tipping Point Community Foundation
W. Clement and Jessie V. Stone Foundation


Altman Foundation
Amelia Peabody Foundation
Circle of Service Foundation
Finnegan Family Foundation
Houston Endowment Inc.
Koret Foundation
Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation
Lloyd A. Fry Foundation
Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
The Boston Foundation
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
United Way Metro Chicago


A Better Chicago
Brinson Foundation
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative
The Hestia Fund of the Bank of America Charitable Foundation
The Merancas Foundation, Inc.
The Powell Foundation
The William H. Donner Foundation
Victoria Foundation
William E. Schrafft and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust
Yawkey Foundation


Greater Houston Community Foundation
Jobs for the Future
Johnson Family Foundation
Lewis Family Foundation
Morgan Creek Foundation
Northwestern University
Robert D. Collins Fund
Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund
The Albert Pick Jr. Fund
The Scoob Trust Foundation
The WGN Radio Neediest Kids Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund
United Way of Greater Houston
Vila B. Webber Charitable Trust


Cameron and Jane Baird Foundation
Journey Charitable Foundation
Lowe’s Charitable & Educational Foundation
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Seabury Foundation
Shirley and David Toomim Foundation
The George A. Ohl, Jr. Trust
The Heckscher Foundation for Children
Thomas and Bessie Pappas Charitable Foundation



Andrew and Melora Balson
Eric Di Benedetto
Samberg Family Foundation
Union Square Fund, Inc.


Educational Promise Foundation
Gerry and Regina McGraw
Denise Dupre and Mark Nunnelly
Elisa F. New and Lawrence H. Summers
Van Otterloo Family Foundation


Maria and Robert Drake
Sandy and Paul Edgerley/ Edgerley Family Foundation
In memory of Dr. Helen Davidoff Hirsch
Kendall Webb and Donald Kendall/Kendall Family Foundation
Diane Garthwaite and Matthew Liang
Lovett-Woodsum Family Fund
Sherif and Mary Nada
The Otto Family Foundation
FAO Schwarz Family Foundation


Richard and Nonnie Burnes
James and Sophia Burton
Brian Chu
Steve and Alexi Conine
John and Stephanie Connaughton
Marian Lapsley Cross
Deborah and Robert Dickey
Todd and Kristen Eckler
Phyllis and Paul Fireman
Richard Fried
Peni Garber
Elsie Lee Garthwaite Memorial Foundation
Kristin and Sam Hendler
Janice and David House
George Frederick Jewett Foundation East
Lynn Wiatrowski and Joren Madsen
Robert Nicewicz
Ron O’Hanley
John and Denise Orwin
Rob and Chris Perez
Jerry Perl
David Rivinus
Steven Rothstein and Susan Maze Rothstein
Susan Sarofim
Frederick A.O. Schwarz, Jr.
Niraj and Jill Shah
David Shaw
Michael and Nancy Tooke
Henry and Liz Vandermark
Sanjeev and Girija Verma
Robert Weist
Natalie and William Whelan


Andersen-Formolo Family Foundation
James and Kristen Atwood
Gary Blank
Jonathan and Allison Bordeau
Kelly Pope and David Bulfer
Code Family Foundation
Eric Schwarz and Maureen Coffey
Bob and Diane France
Lisa Tung and Spencer Glendon
Jacob House
Roy A. Hunt Foundation
Patricia Hurter
Seth and Rachel Kalvert
Tammy Butler and Don Kidd
Liza and Justin Lefkowski
Susan Siebert and Bart Mitchell
Will and Brooke Muggia
Warren and Debra Nachlis
Dave Nadig
John Osterweis
Tony Kingsley and Sarah Perry
John Rabinowitz
Ned and Katie Rimer
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock
Brian Rogan
Pam and Chris Rupright
Michael Rubenstein and Elizabeth Skavish
Graham and Elaine Smith
Jeff VerHeul
Bret Wallace
Shanti Fri and Jeffrey Zinsmeyer
Simon Zornoza



Corporation for National & Community Service
Department of Youth and Community Development


Boston Public Schools
Chelsea Public Schools


Alum Rock Union Elementary School District
New York State Education Department
New York State ESD/SVP
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Department of Justice


Bronx Writing Academy (M.S. 323)
Chicago Public Schools
ExpandED Schools
Houston Independent School District
Illinois State Board of Education
Massachusetts Service Alliance
Oakland Unified School District


Global Technology Preparatory (M.S. 406)
Mecklenburg County Government
Newark Public Schools
Partnership With Children, Inc
Salem Public Schools


Boston After School and Beyond
Isaac Newton Middle School for Math and Science (M.S. 825)
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School


City of Charlotte Neighborhood Development
New York City Council
NYC Service
Renaissance School of the Arts (M.S. 377)
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education


Learning Assembly Buddies

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,  Citizen Schools, Digital Promise, Highlander Institute, iZone, LearnLaunch, LEAP Innovations and the Silicon Valley Education Foundation


Coalition for a College and Career Ready America Buddies

Achievement First
Advance Illinois
Advocates for Children & Youth

African Centered Education Initiative
Alliance for a Better Community
Alliance for Excellent Education
American Institutes for Research
American Reading Company
American Youth Policy Forum

Americas Promise Alliance
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Babowal & Associates Inc
Bay Area Coalition for Equitable Schools
Bay Area Council
Beyond Shelter
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Business-Higher Education Forum
Business Roundtable
The Business Coalition for Educational Excellence at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Campaign for High School Equity
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Center for American Progress
Center for Excellence in Education
Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning
The Center on Reinventing Public Education
CHOICES Education Group
Citizen Commission on Civil Rights
Colorado Department of Education
Colorado Legacy Foundation
The Commission on No Child Left Behind
Corporate Voices for Working Families
Council of Great City Schools
Covenent House Michigan
CT Coalition for World Class Math
CT Parent Power

Democrats for Education Reform
Discovery Education

Education Equality Project
Education First Consulting
Education Resource Strategies
The Education Trust
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation

Fund for Educational Excellence

Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Giboson Hasbrouck and Associates

Hope Street Group

IDEA Partnership
Innovative Schools

The Institute of Living Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic

Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce
The James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy
Jobs for the Future
The Joyce Foundation

Kansas City Missouri School District
Kaplan K12 Learning Services

Know Do Serve Learn

League of United Latin American Citizens
Learning Leaders, Inc
Learning Point Associates
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Maine Coalition for Excellent in Education
Manassas City Public Schools
Mass Insight Education and Research Institution
Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Mississippi Department of Education
Motivation Opportunity Viability Enterprise

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
National Association for Urban Debate Leagues
National Association of Charter School Authorizers
National Association for Urban Debate Leagues
National Center for Learning Disabilities
National Center for Summer Learning
National Council of La Raza
National Council on Teacher Quality
National Forum on Information Literacy, Inc.
National PTA
NewSchools Venture Fund

Ohio Alliance for Public Charter Schools
Ohio Business Roundtable
Orange Unified School District

Panasonic Foundation
Partnership for Learning
Philadelphia Education Fund
Pivot Learning Partners
The Policy Innovation Education Network (PIE)
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
Project Aspiration, A Class ACT Learning Center

Rochester City School District
The Rodel Foundation of Delaware

School for Integrated Academics and Technology (SIATech)
South Carolina Associate of Public Charter Schools
Southern Region Education Board
Strive Partnership
Stupski Foundation
Success for All Foundation
Successful Practices Network
Support ED

Tennessee State Collaborative on Reforming Education
Texas Institute for Education Reform
The Texas Turnaround Center
Thomas B. Fordham Institute

United States Chamber of Commerce
United Ways of Texas
University of Illinois Extension
Urban Equity Community Development Corporation

Wake Technical Community College
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Wyoming Association of Secondary School Principals


Quality Information Partners Buddies





Pennsylvania Business Education Partnership Buddies


Leading Educators Buddies

$5 Million +

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

$1,000,000 to $4,999,999

Doug and Maria DeVos Foundation
Walton Family Foundation
Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
New Profit, Inc.

$500,000 to $999,999

Bezos Family Foundation
Arnold Foundation
Ewing M. Kauffman Foundation
Hall Family Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
NewSchools Venture Fund

$100,000 to $499,999

Baptist Community Ministries
New Schools for New Orleans
Booth Bricker Fund
Hyde Family Foundation
The Poplar Foundation
Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Office of the State Superintendent of Education
The Joyce Foundation

$50,000 to $99,999

Selley Foundation
Shumaker Family Foundation
Patrick F. Taylor Foundation
Capital One
RosaMary Foundation
Pro Bono Publico Foundation
Leslie Jacobs

$5,000 to $49,999

Peter and Meryt Harding
Stephen and Kitty Sherrill
J.P. Morgan Chase
Libby Dufour Fund
Mary Freeman Wisdom Foundation
Sosland Foundation
Diana Davis Spencer Foundation
Greater New Orleans Foundation
HandsOn Network
Entergy Corporation
Keller Family Foundation
Chevron Humankind
Christine and Katharina Pauly Charitable Trust
Reily Foods Company
Richard E. & Nancy P. Marriott Foundation


Ednovate Buddies

  • Ambassador Frank Baxter
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Charter School Growth Fund
  • Daniel H James Family
  • Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
  • Joel Maus, Studio EMP Photography
  • Morgridge Family Foundation
  • Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
  • Reed Smith
  • Riordan Foundation
  • USC Rossier School of Education
  • Walton Family Foundation
  • Weingart Foundation
  • Windsong Trust


Education Reimagined Buddies

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Jaquelin Hume Foundation

Nellie Mae Education Foundation

Oak Foundation

and individual donors


Connecting Credentials Buddies


Safal Partners Buddies

Federal Agencies

U.S. Department of Education

 Office of Career Technical & Adult Education
> Office of Innovation & Improvement
> National Charter School Resource Center
> Center for Educator Effectiveness

State/City Agencies

 Texas Education Agency
> City of Houston
> Rhode Island Department of Education
> Texas Association of Community Colleges
> Louisiana Department of Education

School Districts & Charter Management Organizations

 Houston ISD
> Austin District Charter Compact
> Trenton Public Schools (New Jersey)
> Bayonne Public Schools (New Jersey)
> Region 13 Education Service Center (Texas)
> Region 18 Education Service Center (Texas)

Nonprofits and Foundations

 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
> George W. Bush Institute
> Houston Endowment
> Laura & John Arnold Foundation
> Teach For America
> Greater Houston Community Foundation
> America Achieves
Educate Texas
Education Pioneers
> Families Empowered
> Houston A+
> Kern Family Foundation
> Project Lead The Way
> Urban Teachers


Inspark Teaching Network Buddies

Center for Education Through Exploration(ETX) at Arizona State University

Smart Sparrow

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


University of Texas Arlington

Achieving the Dream


Groups Helping Undocumented Youth: Part 2

Yet More Supporters for “Dreamers”


State Leaders

Cities & Counties

Civic Leaders

Faith Leaders


More DACA Supporters

The Right Reverend Mariann Edgar Budde
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

Rabbi M. Bruce Lustig
Senior Rabbi of Washington Hebrew Congregation

Imam Talib M. Shareef
Masjid Muhammad, The Nation’s Mosque

His Eminence Donald Cardinal Wuerl
Archbishop of Washington







Y Combinator




Flor Soto, Youth Worker, Iglesia Bau
tista Victoria En Cristo
Margaret Torres, Youth Worker, Templo Baustista Damasco
Carolina Rios, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Erick Gama, Lay Leader, Christ Church Cathedral
Jana Muñoz, Lay Leader
Marco Barron, Youth Director, Segunda Iglesia Bautista
Roberto Vasquez, Lay Leader, Getsemani Baptist Church
Emily Fankhauser, Lay Leader
Margarita Garcia, Lay Leader, Fbc Kaufman
Viviana Triana, Lay Leader, Iglesia Victoria En Cristo
Dulce Pi
tacua Contreras, Youth Worker, Iglesia Bautista Buena Voluntad
Teresa Ellis, Lay Leader, First Baptist, Abilene
Martin Martinez, Associate Pastor, Iglesia Bautista Somerset
Cathy Reyes, Lay Leader, First Baptist Church Kaufman
Domingo Garza, Lay Leader
Arnulfo Garza, Youth Minister, Park Cities Baptist Church
Jose Soto, Youth Worker, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Graciela Garza, Youth Director, Calvary Baptist Church 1600 Harvey Dr Mcallen T X.
Daniel Dominguez, Pastor, Community Heights Church
Jemima Martinez, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Abraham Dolsen, Student Leader
Arlyna Garza, Youth Worker, Calvary Baptist Church
Mcallen, Texas
Luis Zamora, Lay Leader, Fellowship
lethia Chappell, Youth Minister, Calvary Baptist Church
Megan Pike, Lay Leader, Second Baptist Church Downtown Little Rock
Julia Bunton, Youth Director, Lifepoint Church
Regino Ramos Jr., Associate Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana De Canutillo
Gabriela Flores, Youth Volunteer, Calvary Baptist Church
Lorenzo Elizondo, Pastor, Lifepoint Chruch
Maria Cavazos, Lay Leader, Valley Revival Church
Manuel Martinez, Pastor, Iglesia Biblica De Waxahachie
Alejandro Montoya, Student Leader, Saint Vincent De Paul
Kathryn Freeman, Lay Leader, David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
Adrian Reyes, Lay Leader, Rios De Agua Viva
Paul Irby, Lay Leader, First Baptist Church, Abilene, Texas
Leilani Estrada, Lay Le
ader, Semilla De Mostaza
Laura M Leyva Casillas, Lay Leader
Jose Velez, Pastor, Pine Street Baptist Church
Gamaliel Salazar, Lay Leader
Melissa Cisneros, Youth Volunteer, Fbc Kaufman Amistad
Frank Palos, Lay Leader, Primera Iglesia Bautista Dallas, Te
Luis Alpizar, Youth Volunteer, Life Church Of San Antonio
Olga Rodriguez, Lay Leader, Life Church Of San Antonio
Antonio Cano, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Internacional
Maria Cano, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Internacional
Ruben Chairez, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista
Carlos Valencia, Pastor, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Norma Trejo, Lay Leader, Azle Avenue Baptist Church
Keila Lozano, Student Worker
Victor Cristobal, Student Worker, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En
Margaret Torres, Youth Worker, Templo Baustista Damasco
Crystal Mendoza, Youth Director, Iglesia Bautista Oriente
Osman Pichola, Associate Pastor, Life Church Of San Antonio
Antonio Gonzales, Lay Leader, Hispanic Ministry Hpbc
Alma Alfaro, Lay
Leader, Lamar En Español
Porfirio Bas, Pastor, Iglesia Bautista Dallas
Sandra Dominguez, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Benjamin Medellin, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Esteban Gallegos, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Getsemani
Eder Ibarra, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Mcallen, Tx
Elsa Medellin, Minister, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Gabriela Flores, Youth Volunteer, Calvary Baptist Church
Mary Dolsen, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida En Jesus
Cinthia Ló
pez, Student Worker, Kyros Internacional
Daniela Leal, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Josea Amaya, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Hispana Ridgecrest
Linda Wilkerson, Pastor, Bill Harrod Memorial Baptist Church
Terrell Thompson, Lay Leader, One Commun
ity Church
Dr Albert Reyes, CEO, Buckner International
Lawana Gonzales, Lay Leader, Ministerio Hispano De Hyde Park Baptist Church
Delmira Lopez, Lay Leader, Hispana Baptist Church
Stephen Stookey, Lay Leader, Wayland Baptist University
Plainview, Tx
Miriam Dominguez, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
César Pérez, Pastor, Mision Hispana At FBC
Ann Martinez, Lay Leader, Templo Bautista Emanuel
Rocio Rivas, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Diego De Moya, Lay Leader, Fellowship Church
Jaime Cortez, Associate Pastor, First Baptist Church Athens
Leslie Burnias, Student Worker, Calvary Baptist Church
Ellen Di Giosia, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Jefferson City, TN
Sandra Cisneros, Lay Leader, Sunny Sunny Slope Baptist Church
Jacklyn A
laquinez, Youth Pastor, Kingsborough Baptist Church
Carlos Mendoza, Pastor, New Life At Lakeside Baptist Church
Tambi Swiney, Associate Pastor, Immanuel Baptist Church
Jennifer Scarborough, Immigration Attorney
Bar Results Pending
Jon Silva, Youth Wor
ker, First Baptist Church Of Plainview
Myles Werntz, Lay Leader, First Baptist, Abilene, Tx
Samantha Martinez, Lay Leader
Maria Cervantes, Lay Leader, Getsemani Baptist Church
Jonathan Sosa, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Vida Nueva
Harold Aguirre, Student Worker, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Sylvia Castro, Youth Minister, Dios Es Amor
Juan Gutiérrez, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Autista De Pasadena
Santiago Martinez, Student Leader, Smu Perkins School Of Theology
Millie Girald
o, Lay Leader, The Bridge Church
Frances Barrera, Lay Leader, Abundant Grace Church
Joe Barrera, Pastor, Abundant Grace Church
Clara Pagan, Student Worker, Presbyterian Church
Jorge Gordillo, Lay Leader, Calgary Baptists Church
Cristina Machuca, Lay L
eader, Primera Iglesia Bautista Austin
Jann Aldredge
Clanton, Lay Leader, Baptist
Nicholas Dominguez, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Jemima Vela, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida (New Life Baptist Church)
Ana Guajardo, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Cecilia Alvarado, Youth Worker, Primers Iglesia Bautista
Jordan Corona, Lay Leader, First Baptist Church Marble Falls
Marisol Hasbach, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
David Miranda, Pastor, West End C
Julio Guarneri, Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Mcallen, Texas
Samuel Rivera, Pastor, Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer
Debbie Perez, Lay Leader
Andrea Gonzales, Lay Leader, Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana De Virginia Beach
Hugo Garcia, Pastor, Corners
tone Fellowship
Elizabeth Rodriguez, Lay Leader, Erez Church
Leocadio Baltazar, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Mexicana
Edward Sena, Pastor, Grace Church Of Lubbock Tx
Blanca Coronado, Lay Leader, Calvary
Courtney Allen, Pastor, Grace Baptist Church
Jack Willoughby, Pastor, First Baptist Church Of Kingsville, Tx
Karina Cisneros, Lay Leader, Azle Avenue Baptist Church
Ana Hatheway, Lay Leader, Grandview Christian Center
Frida Reyes, Youth Director, Vida
Bryce Null, Lay Leader
Jose Luis Jimenez, Lay Leader, Calvary
Hilda Bravo, Youth Volunteer, Primera Iglesia Bautista Decatur
Masyn Evans, Youth Worker, First Baptist Church Of Abilene
Alexandria Ambriz, Student Leader, Church On The Rock
ck Hinojosa, Youth Director, Primera Iglesia Bautista Edinburg
Amanda Hamilton, Lay Leader, Southland Baptist Church
Miztli Ramirez, Youth Director, North Dallas Family Church
Lisa Carter, Lay Leader, St. Cyril Of Alexandria
Nathan Escamilla, Youth Minister, Erez Church
Becky Garcia Reynolds, Youth Worker, Cornerstone Fellowship
El Paso
Susana Del Angel, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Nallely Navarro, Lay Leader, Iglesia Biblica De Waxahachie
Meredith Stone, Lay Lead
er, First Baptist Church, Abilene
Karla Roque, Youth Minister, Iglesia Bautista Emanuel
Javier Perez, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Cesia Juarez, Student Leader, Sunny Slope Baptist Church
Agustin Reyes, Lay Leader, North Dallas Family Church
iel Palacios, Youth Minister, Clear Creek Community Church
Paulo Ponce, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Getsemani
David Ramirez, Associate Pastor, Alliance Church
Ruben Fuentes, Lay Leader, Nueva Esperanza
Rosaisela Rangel, Lay Leader, Iglesia Victoria En
Erika Martinez, Lay Leader, Getsemani Baptist Church
Andrea Ramirez, Lay Leader, Life Church
Maricela Moya, Student Leader, Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana
Fernando Hill, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Betania, Devine
Ana Rios, Youth Pastor, Robinwood Baptist Church
Marcus Morales, Youth Volunteer, Getsemani Baptist Chirch
Monica Fuentes, Student Leader, Nueva Esperanza
Jessica Cano, Youth Volunteer, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Irene Gallegos, Lay L
eader, Iglesia Bautista Getsemani
R Mark Grace, Associate Pastor, Bill Harrod Memorial Baptist Church
Rick Vasquez, Pastor, Iglesia Crosspoint Bellaire
Sara Silva, Lay Leader, Community Heights Church
Stephanie Sierra, Lay Leader, Mighty Fortress Chris
tian Fellowship
Miriam Santos, Lay Leader, Beautiful Gate Baptist Church
Raquel Sena, Lay Leader, Grace Church
Ricardo Dominguez, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Alyssa Aldape, Associate Pastor, The First Baptist Church Of The City Of Washington, Dc
Olber Roblero, Pastor, Life Church Of San Antonio
Anahy Mata, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista El Buen Pastor
Vilma Soto, Student Worker, Victoria En Cristo
Abigail Solis, Youth Minister, Azle Avenue Baptist Church
Vilma Soto, Student Worker, Victoria Rn C
Fabian Ramirez, Lay Leader
Jorge Vazquez, Pastor, Agape Baptist Church
Abraham Garcia, Pastor, First Baptist Church Amistad
Javier Valdez, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista De Gilmer
Miriam Perez, Student Worker
Oliver Martinez, Pastor, Iglesia
Bautista Getsemani
Ismael Vega, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista El Faro
Juan Valdez, Lay Leader, Park Cities Baptist Church
Mariana Rangel, Youth Volunteer, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Alex Rivera, Youth Volunteer, Oak Hills
Samuel Quintero, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Jorge Zapata, Lay Leader, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Alfonso Flores, Lay Leader, Primera Iglesia Bautista Mexicana De San Antonio
Jesus Garcia Jr., Lay Leader, El Divino Redentor Asambleas De Dios
ri Hernandez, Pastor, Baylor Scott & White Fort Worth
Fernando Rojas, Associate Pastor, Azle Avenue Baptist Church
Luis Juarez, Youth Director, Sunny Slope Baptist Church
Alexa Olvera, Student Leader, Iglesia Bautista Houston
Omar Aguirre, Student Lead
er, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Raul Olvera, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Houston
Alicia Zorzoli, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Angelica Freyre, Youth Volunteer, Iglesia Bautista Houston
Ruben Zorzoli, Lay Leader, Victoria En Cristo
Itzayana Aguirre, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Dorso Maciel, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Laredo
Ruben Harrison, Associate Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Laredo
Robert Martinez, Lay Leader, Alliance Church
Rodolfo Humerez, As
sociate Pastor, Celebración Cristiana
Gabilizet Quintero, Lay Leader, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Debora Pizzolo, Lay Leader, Iglesia Internacional Emanuel
Cristian Munoz, Student Worker, Hyde Park Baptist Church
Jonatan Amaya, Youth Pastor, Pr
imera Iglesia Bautista De Magnolia Texas
Debora Pizzolo, Pastor, Iglesia Internacional Emanuel
Daniela Amaya, Youth Volunteer, Primera Iglesia Bautista De Magnolia
Anyra Cano, Youth Minister, Iglesia Bautista Victoria En Cristo
Rodolfo Humerez, Associa
te Pastor, Celebración Cristiana
Francisco Silva, Youth Minister, Philippians 4:19 Hispanic Baptist Church
Victor Perez, Pastor, Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida
Carlos Carreon, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana De La Grange, Tx.
Moises Rodriguez, Lay Leader, Life Church Of San Antonio
Ana Castellano, Lay Leader, Agape Baptist Church
Sabrina Sariles, Youth Minister, Iglesia Bautista Getsemani
Rev Heather Mustain, Lay Leader, Wilshire Baptist Church
Sylvia Tostado, Lay Leader, N
ew Generations Fellowsip
Sergio Ramos, Lay Leader, Getsemani Baptist Church
Elias Hernandez, Lay Leader, Agape Baptist Church
Rolando Rodriguez, Pastor, Erez Church
Mario Ramos, Lay Leader
Yolanda Hernandez, Lay Leader, Agape Baptist Church
J. Ayala, Lay Leader, Primera De Gilmer
Claudia Gonzalez, Lay Leader, Trinity Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas.
Dee Silva, Lay Leader, Park Cities Baptist Church
Roland Johnson, Pastor, Primera Iglesia Bautista
Glenn Valenzuela, Lay Leader, Calvary Baptist Church
Ricardo Morin, Pastor, Iglesia Bautista De Fe
Hector Gonzalez, Pastor, First Hispanic Baptist Church Of Henderson Texas
Luis Rodriguez, Youth Pastor, Iglesia Cristiana Fortaleza Y Esperanza
Inez Hami
lton, Student Worker, New Beacon Hill Baptist Church
Angelina Fuentes, Lay Leader, Church Of Violent Crown
Gabriel Flores, Student Leader, Bt Sharyland
David Gonzalez, Youth Worker, Community Heights Church
Sara Cruz, Lay Leader, Segunda Iglesia Bautis
ta De San Angelo Guys in Favor of DACA


Coalition for the American Dream Buddies


*Microsoft Corp
* Inc
*Facebook Inc
*Intel Corp
*Uber Technologies Inc
*IBM Corp
*Marriott International Inc
* Univision Communications Inc


Education Groups that Gates is Buying Off Part 3

I had to make a part 3 as part 2 was getting kinda long.

(Note, in the case of EdSurge, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is listed as a supporter, not an investor, though I wouldn’t be surprised if he was investing anyway.   Just didn’t want to be accused of  or sued for falsely claiming that the Gates Foundation was funding or investing in EdSurge, so I thought I’d point that out.)

Digital Media and Learning Competition Buddies

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation supports creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. In addition to selecting the MacArthur Fellows, the Foundation works to defend human rights, advance global conservation and security, make cities better places, and understand how technology is affecting children and society.

The MacArthur Foundation’s digital media and learning initiative aimed to determine how digital media were changing the way young people learn, play, socialize, and participate in civic life.

More information about the Initiative can be found at

Administered by HASTAC partners at: Duke University

HASTAC (“haystack”) is a network of individuals and institutions inspired by the possibilities that new technologies offer us for shaping how we learn, teach, communicate, create, and organize our local and global communities.  It was cofounded in 2002 by Cathy N. Davidson (John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Duke University) and David Theo Goldberg (Director, University of California Humanities Research Institute). Duke University provides ome of the infrastructure and financial support that allows the network to remain free and open to users.  The HASTAC offices at Duke are part of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, an Institute that encourages and enables serious humanistic inquiry and promotes a heightened awareness of the centrality of the humanities to the quality of human life, social interaction, and scholarship in all fields.  Named after the late American historian and civil rights activist John Hope Franklin, the Franklin Institute is also dedicated to research on race and ethnicity in their most profound historical and international dimensions and to the idea that “knowledge should be shared.”

University of California Humanities Research Institute

Based on the UC Irvine campus, UCHRI serves all ten campuses in the UC system, interacting with UC campus humanities centers, other campus research centers, and with individual faculty to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary humanities research and pedagogy throughout the University of California system and within the larger communities they inhabit. Through the administration of its own funding programs and those of the UC Humanities Network, UCHRI supports and showcases fellows, working groups, seminars, conferences, workshops and other research formations, on topics traditional to the humanities in disciplines such as literature, philosophy, classics, languages, and history, as well as the pressing human dimensions that arise in the social and natural sciences, technology, art, medicine, and the professions. Stressing interdisciplinary research, UCHRI bridges gaps between disciplines across the humanities and human sciences and seeks to overcome the intellectual and institutional barriers that can separate the humanities from other fields.

In collaboration and partnership with: Digital Media and Learning Research Hub

The Digital Media and Learning Research Hub’s mission is to advance research in the service of a more equitable, participatory, and effective ecosystem of learning keyed to the digital and networked era. Located at the system-wide University of California Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine, the DML Research Hub is an international research center that is committed to promoting compelling research collaborations about best participatory learning practices, applications, programs and their assessments that engage digital media.  The Hub supports emerging research, conferences, and institutes, including two interdisciplinary research networks — Connected Learning and Youth and Participatory Politics — and the Connecting Youth Project.  Their collaborative blog, DML Central, serves as a forum for spreading knowledge, insights, data, practices, thought leadership, and dialogue in and across the digital media and learning field.

Competition-specific partnerships and collaborations

DML Competition 5:
Project:Connect Summer Youth Programming

Project:Connect Hacking for a Better Web

The Family Online Safety Institute Logo

The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI)

FOSI works to make the online world safer for kids and their families by identifying and promoting best practices, tools and methods that also respect free speech. FOSI is a trusted international convener, bringing together leaders in government, industry and the nonprofit sectors to collaborate and innovate new solutions in child safety in a Web 2.0 world. FOSI’s members include: AOL, AT&T, BAE Systems Detica, BT Retail, Comcast, Disney, Entertainment Software Association, Facebook, France Telecom, Google, GSM Association, Microsoft, Mind Candy, Motion Picture Association of America, NCTA, Nominum, Sprint, Symantec, Time Warner Cable, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Telstra, The Cyber Guardian, The Wireless Foundation, Trend Micro, Verizon and Yahoo!.

The Born This Way Foundation Logo

Born This Way Foundation

Born This Way Foundation (BTWF) is looking to reengineer the way that kids present themselves online, and the ways in which they communicate with one another. An overarching strategy revolves around a series of initiatives: Online, On the Road, and Down the Street. As part of three pillars of Safety, Skills, and Opportunity, BTWF works to foster a safer, more supportive community Online by activating the Bravest Map Ever! along with Play Brave (an online social challenge), and a series of positivity-centric social media pages. On the Road, BTWF’s second mode of action, revolves around the Born Brave Bus tour, and Down the Street brings services to youth, and vice versa.

Facebook Logo


Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. 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.


Mozilla is a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better. It emphasizes principle over profit, and believes that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold. Mozilla works with a worldwide community to create open source products like Mozilla Firefox, and to innovate for the benefit of the individual and the betterment of the Web. The result is great products built by passionate people and better choices for everyone. As a part of it’s overall commitment to learning on the web, Mozilla Foundation is providing the open badging infrastructure to support all competition badging systems and badges. We hope this infrastructure will extend the value of badges from each issuer across the entire badge ecosystem, making it easy for learners to collect and combine badges across various websites, networks and applications.

DML Competition 4: Badges for Lifelong Learning

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s belief that every life has equal value is at the core of their work. They follow 4 values, which help define their approach to philanthropic work, and employ an outstanding leadership team to direct strategies and grantmaking. In the United States, their mission is to dramatically improve education so that all young people have the opportunity to reach their full potential. They seek to ensure that all students graduate from high school ready for college and career and prepared to complete a postsecondary degree or certificate with value in the workplace.


Mozilla is a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better. It emphasizes principle over profit, and believes that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold. Mozilla works with a worldwide community to create open source products like Mozilla Firefox, and to innovate for the benefit of the individual and the betterment of the Web. The result is great products built by passionate people and better choices for everyone. As a part of it’s overall commitment to learning on the web, Mozilla Foundation is providing the open badging infrastructure to support all competition badging systems and badges. We hope this infrastructure will extend the value of badges from each issuer across the entire badge ecosystem, making it easy for learners to collect and combine badges across various websites, networks and applications.

DML Competition 3: 21st Century Learning Labs & Game Changers

National Lab Day

is an organization dedicated to transforming science and math learning across the country. Over 200 organizations representing 6.5 million professionals and educators have already pledged support for National Lab Day. These organizations have sent a letter to the President detailing their commitment to bring hands-on, problem-based learning to millions of students through National Lab Day’s year round programs.

Electronic Arts Inc. (EA)

Electronic Arts Inc. (EA), headquartered in Redwood City, California, is a leading global interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1982, the Company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for video game systems, personal computers, wireless devices and the Internet. Electronic Arts markets its products under four brand names: EA™, EA SPORTS™, EA Mobile™ and POGO™. In fiscal 2009, EA posted GAAP net revenue of $4.2 billion and had 31 titles that sold more than one million copies. EA’s homepage and online game site is More information about EA’s products and full text of press releases can be found on the Internet at EA™, EA SPORTS™, EA Mobile™ and POGO™ are trademarks or registered trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA)

Founded in 1994, Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Its PlayStation brand continues to redefine interactive consumer entertainment with ground-breaking technology and products that include the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system, the PlayStation® 2 (PS2™), PlayStation®Portable (PSP®) and PSP® go handheld entertainment systems and its online and network services, the PlayStation®Network and PlayStation®Store. Based in Foster City, California, SCEA serves as headquarters for all North American operations and employs over 1,800 people in offices located in Foster City, CA, San Diego, CA, Santa Monica, CA and Bend, OR.

Entertainment Software Association (ESA)

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) is the U.S. association dedicated to serving the business and public affairs needs of companies publishing interactive games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers, and the Internet. The ESA offers services to interactive entertainment software publishers including a global anti-piracy program, owning the E3 Expo, business and consumer research, federal and state government relations, First Amendment and intellectual property protection efforts. For more information, please visit

Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)

Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is the premiere voice, advocate, and thought leader for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry. ITI is widely recognized as the tech industry’s most effective advocacy organization in Washington DC, and in various foreign capitals around the world. For more information about ICT companies leading the charge on America’s innovation economy visit


Hastac Digital Badges Buddies

Digital Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition Buddies

The Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition was supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, with additional support from the Gates Foundation and in partnership with Mozilla.  The Competition is administered by co-located HASTAC teams based at the University of California Humanities Research Institute and John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University.

The fourth HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition provided up to $2 million in grants for 30 innovative badge systems as part of the Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition. Click the titles below to learn more about each funded project or read What Counts as Learning: Open Digital Badges for New Opportunities to read an analysis of the lessons learned across all 30 badge systems.



Institute of Education Sciences

Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching



Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Spencer Foundation

Foundation for Child Development


Florida Center for Reading Research

Stanford Graduate School of Education

American Institutes for Research

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

William T. Grant Foundation


Michigan State University


Northwestern University

Wallace Foundation

Abt Associates


Penn GSE



Great Schools Partnership Buddies

Government Agencies
U.S. Department of Education
Colorado Department of Education
Connecticut State Department of Education
Maine Department of Education
Montana Office of Public Instruction
New Hampshire Department of Education
Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Vermont Agency of Education

Foundations, Grant Awards, and Contracts
Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Barr Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Davis Family Foundation
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Rhode Island Foundation
Samuel L. Cohen Foundation
U.S. Department of Education High School Graduation Initiative
U.S. Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnerships
U.S. Department of Education Smaller Learning Communities Program

District Coaching and Strategic Planning
Battenkill Valley Supervisory Union, Vermont
Hartford Public Schools, Connecticut
Henry County Schools, Georgia
Kittery School District, Maine
Lake County Schools, Florida
Maine School Administrative District 6, Maine
Melrose Public Schools, Massachusetts
Meriden Public Schools, Connecticut
New Haven Public Schools, Connecticut
New Schools for New Orleans, Louisiana
North Country Supervisory Union, Vermont
Portland Public Schools, Maine
Regional School Unit 1, Maine
Regional School Unit 13, Maine
Regional School Unit 17, Maine
Regional School Unit 20, Maine
Regional School Unit 21, Maine
Regional School Unit 23, Maine
Regional School Unit 24, Maine
Regional School Unit 29, Maine
Regional School Unit 50, Maine
Regional School Unit 73, Maine
School Administrative Unit 61, New Hampshire
Thompson School District, Colorado
Verona Area School District, Wisconsin
York School Department, Maine
Youth Connection Charter School, Illinois

School Coaching
Arthur R. Gould School, South Portland, Maine
Binghampton Middle School (East), Binghampton New York
Belfast Area High School, Belfast, Maine
Biddeford High School, Biddeford, Maine
Bonny Eagle High School, Standish, Maine
Bonny Eagle Middle School, West Buxton, Maine
Brewer High School, Brewer, Maine
Bucksport High School, Bucksport, Maine
Camden Hills Regional High School, Rockport, Maine
Central High School, Corinth, Maine
Deer Isle-Stonington, Deer Isle, Maine
Ellsworth High School, Ellsworth, Maine
Essex High School, Essex, Vermont
Farmington High School, Farmington, New Hampshire
Fort Kent Community High School, Fort Kent, Maine
Foxcroft Academy, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine
Freeport High School, Freeport, Maine
Gorham High School, Gorham, Maine
Greely High School, Cumberland Center, Maine
Gray-New Gloucester High School, Gray, Maine
Hall-Dale High School, Farmingdale, Maine
Henry Wilson Middle School, Farmington, New Hampshire
Hermon High School, Hermon, Maine
Houlton High School, Houlton, Maine
Island Institute, Rockland, Maine
Katahdin Middle and High School, Stacyville, Maine
Lake Region High School, Naples, Maine
Lamoille Union High School, Hyde Park, Vermont
Lewiston High School, Lewiston, Maine
Limestone Community School, Limestone, Maine
Livermore Falls High School, Livermore Falls, Maine
Madison Memorial High School, Madison, Maine
Madison Jr. High School, Madison, Maine
Maine Academy of Natural Sciences, Good Will-Hickney, Maine
Massabesic High School, Waterboro, Maine
Medomak Valley High School, Waldoboro, Maine
Messalonskee High School, Oakland, Maine
Milton High School, Vermont
Morse High School, Bath, Maine
Mount View High School, Thorndike, Maine
Naugatuck High School, Naugatuck, Connecticut
Newington High School, Newington, Connecticut
Nokomis High School, Newport, Maine
North Haven Community School, North Haven, Maine
Oceanside High School, Rockland, Maine
Old Orchard Beach High School, Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Region Two School of Applied Technology, Houlton, Maine
Revere High School, Revere, Massachusetts
Rockland High School (now Oceanside High School), Rockland, Maine
Sabattus Primary School, Sabattus, Maine
Saco Middle School, Saco, Maine
Searsport District High School, Searsport, Maine
Skowhegan High School, Skowhegan, Maine
Southern Aroostook Community School, Dyer Brook, Maine
South Portland High School, South Portland, Maine
Spruce Mt. High School, Livermore Falls, Maine
Sumner Memorial High School, Sullivan, Maine
Telstar High School, Bethel, Maine
Traip Academy, Kittery, Maine
Van Sickle Middle School, Springfield, Massachusetts
Wallingford Public Schools, Wallingford, Connecticut
Washington Academy, East Machias, Maine
Westbrook High School, Westbrook, Maine
Windham High School, Windham, Maine

Grant Administration and Technical Assistance
Biddeford High School, Biddeford, Maine
Biddeford Middle School, Biddeford, Maine
Bonny Eagle High School, Standish, Maine
Boothbay Harbor Regional High School, Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Brewer High School, Brewer, Maine
Carrabec High School, North Anson, Maine
Central High School, Corinth, Maine
Colorado Education Initiative, Denver, Colorado
Deering High School, Portland, Maine
Deer Isle-Stonington, Deer Isle, Maine
Dexter Regional High School, Dexter, Maine
Dirigo High School, Dixfield, Maine
East Grand School, Danforth, Maine
Ellsworth High School, Ellsworth, Maine
Forest Hills Consolidated School, Jackman, Maine
Fort Kent Community High School, Fort Kent, Maine
Gardiner High School, Gardiner, Maine
Georges Valley High School (now Oceanside East + West High School), Thomaston, Maine
Hall-Dale High School, Farmingdale, Maine
Harmony School, Harmony, Maine
Hodgdon High School, Hodgdon, Maine
Houlton High School, Houlton, Maine
Katahdin  Middle/High School, Stacyville, Maine
Lake Region Middle School, Naples, Maine
LEAP Innovations, Chicago, Illinois
Lewiston High School, Lewiston, Maine
Liberty School, Blue Hill, Maine
Limestone Community School, Limestone, Maine
Livermore Falls High School (now Spruce Mt. High School) Livermore Falls, Maine
Lubec High School, Lubec, Maine
Madison Jr. High School, Madison, Maine
Medomak Valley High School, Waldoboro, Maine
Millinocket Middle School, Millinocket, Maine
Mt. Abram Regional High School, Salem Township, Maine
Mt. Ararat Middle School, Topsham, Maine
Mt. Blue High School, Farmington, Maine
Noble High School, North Berwick, Maine
Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, South Paris, Maine
Oxford Hills Middle School, South Paris, Maine
Poland Regional High School, Poland, Maine
Portland High School, Portland, Maine
Region Two School of Applied Technology, Houlton, Maine
Sacopee Valley High School, Hiram, Maine
Searsport District High School, Searsport, Maine
South Portland High School, South Portland, Maine
Southern Aroostook Community School, Dyer Brook, Maine
Sumner Memorial High School, Sullivan, Maine
Univeristy of Maine Presque Isle, Presque Isle, Maine
Wells High School, Wells, Maine
Wiscasset High School, Wiscasset, Maine

Partnering Organizations
Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC
Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Center for Education Policy Analysis at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut
Center for Education Policy, Applied Research and Evaluation at the University of Southern Maine, Gorham, Maine
Center for Secondary School Redesign, West Warwick, Rhode Island
Coalition of Essential Schools, Providence, Rhode Island
Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents, West Hartford, Connecticut
Connecticut Council for Education Reform, New Havev, Connecticut
Council of Chief State School Officers, Washington, DC
Educate Maine, Portland, Maine
EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC
FHI360, Washington, DC
Institute for Global Ethics, Rockland, Maine
Maine International Center for Digital Learning, Lewiston, Maine
Maine Principals Association, Augusta, Maine
Maine School Management Association, Augusta, Maine
MELMAC Education Foundation, Augusta, Maine
Millenium Group International, Washington, DC
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Burlington, Massachusetts
New England Board of Higher Education, Boston, Massachusetts
Next Generation Learning Challenges, Washington, DC
Regional Education Laboratory Northeast and Islands, Massachusetts
Research in Action, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Senator George Mitchell Scholarship Research Institute, Portland, Maine
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, Oregon
United Way Greater Portland, Portland, Maine


National College Access Network Buddies

All Student Loan
American Student Assistance
Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
Citi Foundation
College Board
The Common Application
Consumer Bankers Association
Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
Dewitt Wallace-Readers Digest Fund
Education Finance Council
Exponent Partners
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Great Lakes Higher Education Guarantee Corporation
Houston Endowment
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Kresge Foundation
KnowledgeWorks Foundation
Lumina Foundation
National City Education Finance
National Student Clearninghouse
Nellie Mae Foundation for Education
Northwest Education Loan Association
Sallie Mae Fund
TG Public Benefit Program
Time Warner
Travelers Foundation
USA Funds
Walmart Foundation
Xap Corp. 


Edcamp Foundation Buddies

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The NewSchools Seed Fund
  • Piktochart
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Zeal
  • Seesaw Learning Journal
  • National Association of Secondary School Principals


 CityBridge Education Buddies

  • The Bainum Family Foundation
  • The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
  • CapitalSource Charitable Foundation
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Clark Charitable Foundation
  • deLaski Family Foundation
  • Doris & Donald Fisher Fund
  • Lindsay and Terry Eakin
  • EJF Capital
  • Emanuel J. Friedman Philanthropies
  • Flamboyan Foundation
  • Gamba Family Foundation
  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Kellee and Sean Glass
  • Marilyn and Michael Glosserman
  • Kathleen and Terry Golden
  • Donald Graham
  • Philip L. Graham Fund
  • Robert G. Hisaoka
  • The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation
  • Julie and Andy Klingenstein
  • The Ludwig Family Foundation
  • Mariott Foundation Fund at the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
  • Meyer Foundation
  • The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
  • The Microsoft Corporation
  • New Jersey and H Street Foundation
  • NewSchools Venture Fund
  • Next Generation Learning Challenges
  • Overdeck Family Foundation
  • Robertson Foundation
  • Samberg Family Foundation
  • Joey and Stan Sloter
  • Karen and Bill Sonneborn
  • Diana Davis Spencer Foundation
  • TDF Foundation
  • Walton Family Foundation
  • Natalie Wexler and James Feldman


Insight Education Group Buddies

STEP Partners

Insight Education Group - STEP Partner        American Institutes for Research (AIR) - STEP Partner

Kitamba - STEP Partner      Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - STEP Partner 



Districts, CMOs, & States

  • Achievement School District (TN)
  • ACCEL Charter Network (OH)
  • Alliance College-Ready Schools (CA)
  • Apple Academy Charter Public Schools (CA)
  • Baltimore City Public Schools (MD)
  • Bassett Unified School District (CA)
  • Chicago Public Schools (IL)
  • Citizens of the World Charter Network
  • Colonial School District (DE)
  • Colorado Department of Education
  • Delaware Department of Education
  • Denver Public Schools (CO)
  • District of Columbia Public Schools (DC)
  • Dunkirk City Schools (NY)
  • Highland Falls School District (NY)
  • The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GA)
  • Green Dot Public Schools (CA)
  • Guilford Public Schools (NC)
  • Jackson-Madison County Schools (TN)
  • KIPP LA (CA)
  • Laurens County School District 56 (SC)
  • Los Angeles Unified School System (CA)
  • Lost Hills Union School District (CA)
  • Maryland State Department of Education (MD)
  • Memphis City Schools (TN)
  • Metro Nashville Public Schools (TN)
  • School City of Mishawaka (IN)
  • New Schools for New Orleans (LA)
  • Newark Public Schools (NJ)
  • Newton County Schools (GA)
  • New York State Department of Education
  • Passaic Public Schools (NJ)
  • Ohio Department of Education
  • Queen Rania Teacher Academy (Kingdom of Jordan)
  • Racine Unified School District (WI)
  • School Districts of Philadelphia (PA)
  • Shelby County School District (TN)
  • St. Hope Public Schools (CA)
  • Summit Public Schools (CA)
  • Tennessee Department of Education (TN)
  • UNO Charter Schools (IL)
  • Syracuse City School District (NY)
  • Youth Empowerment Services (TX)


Foundations & Government

  • Aspen Institute
  • Broad Center for the Management of Schools
  • California Charter School Association
  • Education Service Center of Cuyahoga
  • Grimmway Family Foundation
  • Go! Austin / Vamos! Austin (GAVA)
  • KIPP Foundation Mass Insight Partnership for Los Angeles Schools
  • Teach for America
  • Tennessee Charter School Incubator
  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The KIPP Fisher Fellows Foundation
  • TNTP
  • U.S. Department of Education
  • University of the State of New York Regents
  • Western Region Education Service Alliance


Partnership to Uplift Communities (PUC Schools) Buddies


Alliant International University focuses on preparing students for professional careers in the applied social sciences. Our faculty, students and alumni are committed to making an impact on society and to results that make a difference in the lives of individuals, couples, families, schools, organizations, companies, and nations. The institution applies scholarship to solve social problems and has always had an abiding concern for diversity and internationalism. Formed in July 2001 by the combination of the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) and United States International University (USIU), Alliant is an independent, not-for-profit institution of higher education with a history distinguished by innovation.


The Early College High School Initiative, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, selects non-profit organizations to serve as intermediaries to establish Early College High Schools based on the initiative’s Core Principles. In general, the initiative funds intermediaries over five years to establish a minimum of six Early College High Schools—either new schools or schools that are redesigned. Organizations selected to be intermediaries typically represent large constituencies, such as national and state-based higher education or K-12 education reform organizations, large school districts, national and regional organizations serving specific populations, and state or community foundations. Grant funds are intended to leverage public dollars and serve only to support the planning and start up of Early College High Schools, not to sustain them. Proposals from intermediaries wishing to implement Early College High Schools are by invitation of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation only.


California Credit Union, established by teachers in 1933, is a billion dollar not-for-profit financial cooperative with a mission of serving the diverse needs of the educational community as well as the members of organizations recognized by public and private schools. In addition to providing exclusive products and services to Charter Schools and their faculty and staff, we also serve the needs of their supporters. Through our CCU4Schools Charter Schools Rewards Visa, supporters can help raise much-needed funds for their child’s school just by making their daily purchases with the card. The credit card comes with an extraordinary low rate, no annual fee, and most importantly, raises funds for various programs that would otherwise not be possible. For more details and to see how you can help further enrich your children’s education experience, please visit our website at



Institute of International Education Buddies

U.S. Government & Other Public Sector Agencies

  • Better World Fund
  • Community College of Denver (CCD)
  • Edmonds Community College
  • Highline Community College
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
  • Secondary School Admission Test Board–SSATB
  • Summit School District
  • U.S. Agency for International Development
  • U.S. Department of Defense
  • U.S. Department of Education
  • U.S. Department of State
  • U.S. Department of Treasury
  • U.S. Embassy, Croatia
  • U.S. Embassy, Ethiopia
  • U.S. Embassy, Indonesia
  • U.S. Embassy, Iraq
  • U.S. Embassy, Japan
  • U.S. Embassy, Kosovo
  • U.S. Embassy, Mexico
  • U.S. Embassy, Namibia
  • United States Institute of Peace (USIP)

International Organizations & Governments

  • American-Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF)
  • Austrian-American Educational Commission
  • CampusFrance
  • Comisión Mexico Estados Unidos (COMEXUS)
  • Commission for Educational Exchange Between the United States and Nepal
  • Commission for Educational Exchange Between the United States and Peru
  • Commission for Educational Exchange Between the United States of America and Argentina
  • Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States of America and Brazil
  • Commission for Educational Exchange Between the United States of America and Colombia
  • Commission for Educational Exchange Between the United States of America and Ecuador
  • Education Above All
  • Embassy of the People’s Republic of China
  • Federal Republic of Nigeria
  • Finland-U.S. Educational Exchange Commission
  • Franco-American Commission for Educational Exchange
  • Friends of Bhutan’s Culture
  • German-American Fulbright Commission
  • Germanistic Society of America
  • Government of Aceh
  • Government of Egypt, Ministry of Finance
  • Government of Italy
  • Government of Japan, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
  • Government of Luxembourg, Ministry for Higher Education and Research
  • Government of Mongolia, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
  • Hungarian-American Commission for Educational Exchange
  • Indonesia International Education Foundation (IIEF)
  • Institute for the Training and Development of Human Resources
  • International Executive Service Corps (IESC)
  • International Monetary Fund
  • Japan Intercultural Academy of Municipalities (JIAM)
  • Japan-United States Educational Commission
  • King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
  • National Council for International Visitors
  • Netherlands America Commission for Educational Exchange
  • New Zealand-United States Educational Foundation
  • Pharos University in Alexandria
  • Population Reference Bureau, Inc.
  • Republic of Korea, Ministry of Public Administration & Security
  • Republic of Macedonia
  • Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission
  • The Australian-American Fulbright Commission
  • The International Labour Office
  • The World Bank
  • U.S. Educational Foundation in Greece
  • U.S. Educational Foundation in India (USIEF)
  • United Nations Capital Development Fund
  • United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
  • United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan
  • United States-India Educational Foundation
  • United States-Israel Educational Foundation
  • US-UK Fulbright Commission
  • Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance (VEGA)


  • Blood Systems Research Institute (BSRI)
  • BP Exploration Libya Limited
  • Cargill Incorporated
  • CGFNS International, Inc.
  • Chemonics International Inc.
  • Chevron USA Inc.
  • Colorado International Teachers’ Exchange League
  • DKT Ethiopia
  • Esso Exploration Inc.
  • ExxonMobil Libya Limited
  • ExxonMobil Ventures Mexico Limited
  • Fintrac, Inc.
  • First Consult PLC
  • FMC Technologies, Inc.
  • Genentech, Inc.
  • Google, Inc.
  • Harman International
  • Harsco Corporation
  • Invensys Inc.
  • J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
  • Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)
  • LSI Corporation
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Mobil Cepu Limited
  • Naylor, LLC
  • PepsiCo, Inc.
  • Petro-Canada
  • PT Paiton Energy
  • Rolex SA
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure
  • The Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • The College Board
  • The Williams Companies, Inc.
  • Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
  • Transportation Technology Center, Inc.
  • US Freightways Corporation
  • Wellspring Advisors, LLC

Foundations & Other Private Sector Institutions

  • Acumen Fund, Inc.
  • AIG Foundation
  • Alcoa Foundation
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
  • America for Bulgaria Foundation
  • Avery Dennison Foundation
  • Baker Hughes Foundation
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Carquest Charitable Foundation
  • Casten Family Foundation
  • Center for Applied Linguistics
  • Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • China Medical Board
  • Chubb Foundation
  • CNFA
  • craigslist Charitable Fund
  • DeSa InterAmerican Foundation
  • Dorrance Study Abroad Program, LLC
  • Dow Jones Foundation
  • East West Center in Honolulu
  • Educational Testing Service
  • Falconwood Foundation Inc.
  • FHI 360
  • FMC Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • Foundation for Scholarly Exchange in Taiwan
  • Fundacion Pedro Barrie de la Maza
  • GE Foundation
  • Ibrahim Family Foundation
  • International Fellowships Fund (IFF)
  • JB Fernandes Memorial Trust
  • Lingnan Foundation
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation
  • Lyn Bracewell Phillips
  • Mattel Children’s Foundation
  • New Field Foundation
  • New Israel Fund
  • New York University
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Phelps Dodge Foundation
  • Philippine-American Educational Foundation
  • Prometric II B.V.
  • Richard Lounsbery Foundation
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.
  • RSF Social Finance
  • SAR Academy
  • SMBC Global Foundation, Inc.
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  • The Christensen Fund
  • The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • The Dragon Foundation
  • The Flinn Foundation
  • The Freeman Foundation
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • The MBA Tour
  • The Population Council, Inc.
  • The Russell Berrie Foundation
  • The Shawn Carter Foundation
  • The Starr Foundation
  • The Whitaker Foundation
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Vincennes University
  • Western Union Foundation
  • Winterburn Foundation
  • World Learning
  • World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Special Funds & Endowments

  • Dr. Jayant K. Deshpande
  • Frank & Lisina Hoch
  • Stanley and Marion Bergman


Charter Board Partners Buddies


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy and productive lives. Under its U.S. program, the Foundation focuses on ensuring that all people—especially those with the fewest resources—have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and in life. In alignment with its “College-Ready Education” U.S. program, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has given Charter Board Partners a grant to strengthen governance within the charter school sector, including support to expand our proven governance model to Washington state and to build out an online resource center of best governance practices, tools, and case studies.

NewSchools Venture Fund

NewSchools is a national venture philanthropy firm that raises philanthropic capital from both individual and institutional investors, and then uses those funds to support education entrepreneurs who are transforming public education. NewSchools is committed to transforming public education through powerful ideas and passionate entrepreneurs so that all children, especially those in underserved communities, have the opportunity to succeed. The firm initially invested in Charter Board Partners through its DC Schools Fund to allow us to launch operations in the fall of 2010. One year later, NewSchools renewed its investment with a sizable grant, making Charter Board Partners one of four key DC investments to improve academic achievement in charter schools.

The Walton Family Foundation

The Walton Family Foundation gave Charter Board Partners a grant to implement core parts of our model. Driven by the urgent need to dramatically raise student achievement, particularly in low-income neighborhoods, the Foundation has invested more than $1 billion to date to initiatives that expand parental choice and equal opportunity in education. Empowering parents to choose quality schools, regardless of type – traditional public, private, or public charter school – will help spur the bold transformation of our national K-12 system of public education. Washington, DC is one of the Foundation’s key markets and Charter Board Partners is a part of their investment in stronger charter schools.


Latham & Watkins

Latham & Watkins is a full-service international law firm with approximately 2,000 attorneys in 31 offices around the world. The founders of Latham & Watkins instilled an ethic of hard work, commitment, and quality that flourishes today and has nurtured the firm’s dramatic growth into one of the world’s premier business law firms. They have built internationally recognized practices in a wide spectrum of transactional, litigation, corporate, and regulatory areas.


Clark Charitable Foundation

Harold M. & Adeline S. Morrison Foundation

Weatherspoon Charitable Foundation


Partner Schools

  • Achievement Prep Academy Public Charter School
  • Bridges Public Charter School
  • Capital City Public Charter School
  • Center City Public Charter School
  • Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy
  • Creative Minds International Public Charter School
  • DC Bilingual Public Charter School
  • DC Children’s Guild
  • DC International School
  • E.L. Haynes Public Charter School
  • IDEA Public Charter School
  • Ingenuity Prep Public Charter School
  • Kingsman Academy Public Charter School
  • Lee Montessori Public Charter School

 Strategic Partners

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools


Latinos for Education

Teach For America

Education Pioneers

DC Public Charter School Board


Missouri Charter Public School Association


Plus Alpha Buddies


Founded in 1946 as a not-for-profit organization, AIR is one of the world’s largest behavioral and social science research organizations. Making research relevant has been AIR’s principal focus since it was established more than 65 years ago.


ANALYTICA is a woman-owned, small business established in 2004 to provide high-quality research analytics to organizations primarily in the education and social sciences.


Arlington Public Schools is a diverse and inclusive school community, committed to academic excellence and integrity. We provide instruction in a caring, safe and healthy learning environment, responsive to each student, in collaboration with families and the community.


The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is committed to ensuring that all students in the United States have the opportunity to receive a high-quality education. We have two programs that work in concert toward this goal. Our College-Ready Education program aims to ensure that all students graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college, and our Postsecondary Success program aims to dramatically increase the number of young people who obtain a postsecondary degree or certificate with labor-market value.


BlackGirlsRock, Inc. is 501(c)3 non-profit youth empowerment and mentoring organization established to promote the arts for young women of color, as well as to encourage dialogue and analysis of the ways women of color are portrayed in the media


Bowie State University is building a dynamic future on a proud heritage. Founded in 1865, Bowie State is the oldest Historically Black College/University in Maryland and one of the ten oldest in the country.


Century Analytics provides comprehensive technical and analytic services in research design and methods, instrument development, psychometrics, statistics, data analysis, and reporting.


EDC tackles some of the world’s most urgent challenges in education, health, and international development. For more than half a century, we have collaborated with public and private partners to design, deliver, and evaluate program innovations in the United States and around the world.


Chartered in 1966 as Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Education Northwest now conducts more than 200 projects annually, working with schools, districts, and communities across the country on comprehensive, research-based solutions to the challenges they face.


The Washington, D.C. EPFP provides unparalleled opportunities for Fellows to develop leadership skills and an understanding of public policy. The program is sponsored and supported by the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL).


Georgia Department of Education’s vision to “making education work for all Georgians.” GaDOE oversees public education throughout the state.


Gibson Consulting Group is dedicated to helping school systems improve their efficiency and effectiveness across the board, and we’ve done it for some of the biggest in the nation.


HCM Strategists is a public policy advocacy and consulting firm dedicated to making a difference in the lives of students and patients.


Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private, research university comprised of 13 schools and colleges.


IMPAQ International, LLC was founded in 2001 with the goal of establishing IMPAQ as a premier social science research firm specializing in the conduct of rigorous impact evaluations for domestic and international clients.


Magnolia Consulting is a woman-owned, small business with headquarters in central Virginia and a network of consultants throughout the country. Together, our team offers more than 60 years of evaluation experience and represents a broad range of fields including education, human services, and social science.


NCPN is a membership organization for educators, employers, and others involved in the advancement of Career Pathways, career technical education (CTE), and related education reform initiatives.


The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 “to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…”.


NSU is a a nonprofit, independent research university with a main campus in Fort Lauderdale, Florida offering undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees.


P21’s mission is to serve as catalyst for 21st century learning to build collaborative partnerships among education, business, community, and government leaders so that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in a world where change is constant and learning never stops.


Ranked one of the top community colleges in the country, Palm Beach State College was founded in 1933 as Florida’s first public junior college, serving about 50,000 students each year.


The School District of Palm Beach County is the 5th largest school system in Florida and the 11th largest in the country. We are the only urban school district in Florida that has earned an “A” rating from the Florida Department of Education for eight consecutive years. Our school grades are among the highest in the state.


The Shelton Public School System provides all students with educational programs and opportunities to develop their skills, knowledge, and character in a safe and respectful environment. The Shelton Public School System believes that it is our responsibility to: provide effective research-based instruction by highly qualified staff, engage students’ families and the community to enhance learning and increase academic achievement, provide a challenging and rigorous curriculum that meets individual student needs, and support and enhance student learning by providing relevant and engaging professional development opportunities.


Founded in 1881, Spelman College, a historically Black college and a global leader in the education of women of African descent, is dedicated to academic excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and the intellectual, creative, ethical, and leadership development of its students.


SRI is organized around broad disciplines and capabilities, from R&D divisions, labs and centers to groups who excel at identifying new opportunities and developing products and custom solutions.


Team Kids is a nonprofit organization, committed to empowering our children to change the world! Headquartered in Irvine, CA, Team Kids programs are currently expanding from the west to the east coast with program replication in Arlington, VA.


UCLA Center X’s work extends across two graduate credential programs and many professional development initiatives. Together, this work aims to transform public schooling to create a more just, equitable, and humane society.


As the first chartered state university in the country in 1785, the University of Georgia has a long and distinguished history in the development and dissemination of the nation’s intellectual, cultural and environmental heritage. The College of Education, founded in 1908, is an integral part of today’s University.


The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a challenging, supportive and engaged community where learning is carried forward to  Do something bigger altogether. Founded in 1891, UNCG is the largest and most diverse university in the Triad, serving nearly 18,000 students.


University of Virginia’s Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) was founded in 2006 by Robert Pianta and colleagues after a series of large longitudinal studies in early childhood education.  Since then, our research focus has expanded in age to infancy, and to all educational levels including university and beyond.


Westat, demonstrating technical and managerial excellence since 1963, is recognized as one of the foremost research and statistical survey organizations in the United States. We provide services to agencies of the U.S. Government, as well as businesses, foundations, and state and local governments.


Founded in 1996, Wexford Inc is a non-profit educational agency with a focus on improving learning opportunities and outcomes for students-especially those from low income families and those for whom English is their second language.


Equal Opportunity Schools Buddies

Google Global Impact Awards
Global Impact Awards support organizations using technology and innovative approaches to tackle some of the world’s toughest human challenges.

The Center for Social Innovation
Launched in 2000, The Center for Social Innovation has been at the forefront of the emerging field of social innovation. The Center for Social Innovation cultivates leaders who can solve the world’s toughest social and environmental problems.

The Innovate Foundation
The Innovate Foundation supports educational entrepreneurs seeking to close the achievement gap.

 JacobsonJacobson Family Foundation
The Jacobson Family Foundation’s education portfolio is anchored on the core belief that education is the cornerstone of our country’s success and what provides opportunity to all people. The Foundation’s focus is on dramatically altering student outcomes toward the highest levels of achievement. In addition, the Foundation pursues work intended to drive the system changes necessary to accelerate adoption of effective policies and practices that increase the drive to excellence in K-12 education.

Peery Foundation
The mission of the Peery Foundation is to strengthen youth and families to build lives of dignity and self-reliance. The Foundation invests in and serves social entrepreneurs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world.


The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation provides selected social entrepreneurs with funding. The funds are specifically and solely for entrepreneurs starting new non-profit organizations.The Draper Richards Fellowships are highly selective, only awarding six fellowships per year so each grantee organization can be fully engaged.

Echoing Green
Since 1987, Echoing Green’s mission has been to identify, invest in, and support the world’s most exceptional emerging leaders and the organizations they launch.

Social Venture Partners of Seattle
Social Venture Partners of Seattle advances the common good by engaging and connecting a community of philanthropic leaders, strengthening local nonprofits, and catalyzing efforts to accelerate system change. SVP’s dual mission strives to strengthen nonprofit organizations and nurture philanthropists as engaged and effective givers.


Franklin & Catherine Johnson Foundation
The Franklin & Catherine Johnson Foundation strives to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities through grants to charitable organizations. Focusing primarily on education, youth development, arts and culture and entrepreneurship, the Johnson Foundation uses a pro-active approach to grant making, seeking out innovative and effective programs that strive to create positive social change by enabling individuals to attain their fullest potential.


The Pershing Square Foundation
The Pershing Square Foundation invests in organizations that us innovative and scalable solutions to attack the compounding roots of poverty: poor health, injustice, substandard education, economic limitations and isolated communities.


The Westly Foundation
We identify and fund programs that help California’s children at risk. The Westly Foundation believes that investment in our children paves the way for success in the future. We work to do this through building new types of schools, enhancing the quality of the education in existing schools, or finding new ways for children to gain better access to health care and other services.


The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is a private, independent foundation established by Jack Kent Cooke to help exceptionally promising students reach their full potential through education. Launched in 2000, the Foundation focuses in particular on students with financial need. The Foundation’s scholarship and direct service programs support the education of approximately 650 remarkable students each year, while our grant making allows thousands more to engage in challenging educational experiences.


The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people’s health and fighting hunger and poverty. In the United States, it seeks to significantly improve education so that all young people have the opportunity to reach their full potential.


NewSchools Venture Fund
NewSchools LogoNewSchools Venture Fund is a not-for-profit organization working to close the achievement gap by funding and supporting entrepreneurs who are creating innovative solutions to the problems in public education so that all children have the opportunity to succeed in college and beyond. We actively share what we’ve learned through our investments, bring together educational leaders from across the country, and advocate for smart policies at the federal level.

 College sparkCollege Spark
College Spark Washington focuses on funding programs across Washington state that help low-income students become college-ready and earn their degrees.

The Silver Family Foundation
The Silver Family FoundationThe Silver Family Foundation focuses on transitional youth development programs that offer in-depth, long-term investments and opportunities for motivated, low-income youth. We prioritize programs that have a proven track record of improving outcomes around key youth development and academic benchmarks including 3rd grade reading, high school graduation, college attainment and completion.


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The Raikes Foundation
The mission of the Raikes Foundation is to empower young people to transform their lives. The foundation believes that when students have learning mindsets and skills, they are motivated to learn and know how to learn.


Center for Education Reform Buddies

The Achelis and Bodman Foundations
The Anschutz Foundation
The Apgar Foundation
The Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bakke
Mr. Tim Barton
Mr. Brian Bauer
The Honorable and Mrs. Frank Baxter
The BelleJAR Foundation
The Blackie Foundation
The Bonsal Family
Ms. Katherine Brittain Bradley
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
The Broad Foundation
Mr. Eric Brooks
Mr. S. Joseph Bruno and Building Hope

Mr. Kevin Chavous
Ms. Kara Cheseby
The Ravenel and Elizabeth Curry Foundation
The Daniels Fund
Mr. Angus Davis
Mr. Kenneth Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Devereux
Mr. Philip H. Dietrich
The Honorable and Mrs. Pete DuPont

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Eakin III
Mr. John C. Eason
Mr. William S. Edgerly

The Doris and Donald Fisher Fund
Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher
Mrs. Maureen Foulke

Mr. Robert W. Garthwait
Mr. Randy P. Gaschler
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Mr. Philip E. Geiger
The Gleason Family Foundation
Dr. Charles J. Gorman
Mr. Jon Hage
Mr. John P. Hansel
Admiral Thomas B. Hayward
The Honorable Thomas J. Healey
The Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Foundation
The Christopher and Adrianna Henkels Charitable Fund
Mr. Donald Hense
Mr. Robert M. Howitt

Ms. Virginia James
Bob and Lynn Johnston
The Dodge Jones Foundation
Mr. William I. Jones

Mr. Melvin J. Kaplan
Mr. Robert D. Kennedy
The Kern Foundation
Mr. Norman V. Kinsey
Mr. Steven Klinsky
The Jean and E. Floyd Kvamme Foundation

Mr. Byron S. Lamm
Mr. Bob Luddy

Mrs. Maryann Mathile
Mr. Thomas McNamara
Mr. Anthony Meyer
The L & S Milken Family Foundation
Greg and Pam Miller
Mr. Michael Moe
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Moen
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Moore

Mr. Gene E. Nicholson

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oberndorf
Mr. Dennis Odle

Dr. Vivian Pan
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Peabody
The Ruth and Lovett Peters Foundation
The Pumpkin Foundation

The Honorable William J. Raggio
Mr. James S. Regan
Ms. Janice B. Riddell
Mr. Geoffrey Rosenberger, CFA

SABIS Educational Systems, Inc.
Michael and Ellen Sandler
Mr. Daniel P. Schmidt
Mr. Adam Shapiro
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sills
The William E. Simon Foundation
Ms. Shirley Sontheimer
The Smart Family Foundation
The Honorable H. Cooper Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Snyder
Mr. John R. Stambaugh

The John Templeton Foundation
Mr. Whitney Tilson

The Walton Family Foundation
Mr. Robert M. Weekley
The Honorable and Mrs. Ronald Weiser
Mr. Helmut Weymar
Mr. Chris Whittle

Jeff and Janine Yass

Ms. Marykay Zimbrick


EdSurge Buddies





National Dialog of Credentialing Buddies

Accrediting, Certifying & Standards
Organizations (9)

• Accrediting Commission for Community and
Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools
and Colleges
• Council on Licensure, Enforcement &
Regulation (CLEAR)
• Institute for Credentialing Excellence
• Institute for Hazardous Materials Management
• National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3)
• National Healthcareer Association
• Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council
• Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Commission on Colleges
• WASC Senior College and University

Business & Industry (9)

• American Welding Society
• Best Western International
• Business-Higher Education Forum
• Business Roundtable
• Goodwill Industries International
• International Association of Business
• Manufacturing Institute
• National Network of Business and Industry
• U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Education Organizations/Associations (19)

• American Association of Collegiate Registrars
and Admissions Officers
• American Association of Community Colleges
• American Association of State Colleges and
• American Council on Education
• American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute
• Association of American Colleges and
• Association of College and Research Libraries
• Association of Private Sector Colleges and
• Association for Career and Technical Education
• Midwestern Higher Education Compact
• NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in
Higher Education
• National Association of State Directors of
Career Technical Education Consortium
• New England Board of Higher Education
• Southern Regional Education Board
• State Higher Education Executive Officers
• UPCEA – University Professional and Continuing
Education Association
• University of Maryland University College
• Western Interstate Commission for Higher
Education (WICHE)

Foundations/Philanthropy (12)

• AARP Foundation
• ACT Foundation
• AT&T Aspire
• Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
• Joyce Foundation
• JP Morgan Chase & Co.
• The Kresge Foundation
• Lumina Foundation
• National Fund for Workforce Solutions
• National Restaurant Association Educational
• Siemens Foundation
• USA Funds

Labor Organizations (3)

• American Federation of Teachers
• North America’s Building Trades Unions
Policy, Research, Change Management

Organizations (41)

• Achieve
• Achieving the Dream
• American Youth Policy Forum
• Aspen Institute’s Skills for America’s Future
• Center for Law and Social Policy
• Committee for Economic Development
• Community College Research Center
• Complete College America
• Corporation for a Skilled Workforce
• Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
• Digital Promise
• Educational Policy Improvement Center
• Forum for Youth Investment
• Georgetown University Center on Education
and the Workforce
• George Washington Institute for Public Policy
• Hezel Associates
• Hope Street Group
• Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
• Innovate+Educate
• Institute for Evidence-Based Change
• Institute for Higher Education Policy
• Jobs for the Future
• John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce
Development at Rutgers
• KnowledgeWorks
• MDC, Inc.
• National Academy Foundation
• National Center for Higher Education
Management Systems
• National Institute for Learning Outcomes
• National Skills Coalition
• New America
• Office of Community College Research and
Leadership at University of Illinois
• Opportunity@Work
• RTI International
• The Center for Occupational Research and
• The Migration Policy Institute
• T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood National Center
• University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center on
Wisconsin Strategy
• Women Employed
• Workcred – An Affiliate of the American
National Standards Institute
• Workforce Data Quality Campaign
• Young Invincibles

State/Local Government Organizations (1)

• Council of Chief State School Officers

Student Organizations (1)

• Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Technical & Data Services Providers in
Credentialing Marketplace (14)

• AcademyOne, Inc.
• ACT, Inc.
• Badge Labs
• Burning Glass Technologies
• Collective Shift
• Credly
• Education Design Lab
• Educational Testing Service
• IMS Global
• Metacred
• National Student Clearinghouse
• Parchment
• Pearson North America
• StraighterLine


Complete College America Buddies

Philanthropic Partners:

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
  • Lumina Foundation
  • USA Funds

Policy and Research Partners:


National Coalition for College Completion Buddies

Ford Foundation, Lumina Foundation, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Institute for Higher Education Policy Buddies

Funding Partners

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Ford Foundation
  • Kresge Foundation
  • Lumina Foundation
  • National Center for Education Statistics
  • National Science Foundation
  • TG
  • USA Funds
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Walmart Foundation


Networks and Coalitions

 American Association of Community Colleges Pathways Project Buddies

  • Achieving the Dream (ATD)
  • The Aspen Institute
  • Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE)
  • Community College Research Center (CCRC)
  • Jobs for the Future (JFF)
  • The National Center for Inquiry and Improvement (NCII)
  • Public Agenda
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Center for Community College Student Engagement Buddies

The Center for Community College Student Engagement is co-sponsored by the following:


Military Child Education Coalition Buddies


CMT Empowering Education Buddies

Achieving the Dream, the Association of Career and Technical Education, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Center for Workforce and Economic Development at the American Association of Community Colleges, National Skills Coalition and Skills for America’s Future (the Aspen Institute).


Education Strategy Group Buddies

American Association of State Colleges & Universities (AASCU) ▪ Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ▪ Carnegie Corporation of New York ▪ Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) ▪ Collaborative for Student Success ▪ Delaware Department of Education ▪ Georgia Department of Education ▪ Helios Education Foundation  ▪ Helmsley Charitable Trust ▪ J.P. Morgan Chase    Maryland Department of Education  ▪  Montgomery County Public Schools  ▪  National Governors Association (NGA) ▪ Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) ▪  Rodel Foundation of Delaware  Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) ▪ United States Chamber of Commerce Foundation


Anti-Trump Groups Part 2

Center for American Progress anti-Trump Guys

Call to action aggregators: Collect action alerts from different Resist websites
Action Hub – What Do I Do About Trump?
Tell All Your Friends
Daily or weekly calls-to-action: Send shorty actions to subscribers in reaction to daily news
2 Hours a Week
Call to Activism
Daily Grab Back
Do A Thing
Rogan’s List
The Loyal Opposition
The Night Owl Activist
Trump Resistance Today
5 Calls
Action Checklist for Americans of Conscience
Action Now
America Will Be
Americans Resisting Overseas
Attrition Coalition
Call Them In
Damsels in Defiance
Movement to Oppose Trump
My Civic Workout
Public Advocates / Carson Watch
Resist Trump Tuesdays
Rise Stronger
Small Deeds Done
The 65
The Activist Cartel
The Resistance: Peaceful Action
Town Hall Project
Action websites: Lists actions users can take on a variety of current events (actions are often broken out by time)
100 Calls, 100 Days
Activism Engine
All The Good We Can
Couch Activism
Grab Your Wallet
Knock Every Door
Movement Match
Resistance Manual
Resistance School
Serve 306
Stand Up America
Wall of Us
Weekly Actions to Resist Trump
Organizations with local chapters
Dream Corps Love Army
Rise Movement
Solidarity Sundays
Together We Will USA
Women’s March
Bots and tech-powered resistance 
Daily Action (daily text messages)
Daily Resistance (daily Facebook messages)
Debug Politics
OneCall (calls you every day)
ResistBot (turns your text messages into daily letters to Congress)
5 Calls
Capitol Call
Stand Up
Facebook groups 
7 Minutes of Justice
270 Love Wins
Action and Empathy
Connecting The Dots
Easy Activism
Order of the 1460
Postcards for America
Radical Women’s Resistance
Stand Together Act Together
Strong Women Action Network
The Good Fights


Who exactly is the REAL bad guy in Star Wars?

BTW, I know Sidious is supposed to be, at least pre-Sequel Trilogy.   However,   I was more talking about who each side represents.

First off, there is talk that Palpatine actually represented Richard Nixon.  Nixon even said “I am the Senate!” or something similar.   Lucas said that the Galactic Empire was the USA and the Ewoks and the Alliance were the Vietcong.    Lucas called Han Solo a murderer for shooting Greedo in self-defense.

(To Be Continued)

Radical Hard Left Groups Part 3

Well, I found the need to create a third page.

Indivisible Buddies


Advocacy Fund Buddies

Criminal Justice

8th Amendment Project Opportunity Fund -The 8th Amendment Project coordinates the national campaign to end the death penalty. The campaign employs all available tools to achieve, repeal, and decrease the number of death sentences and executions. At the same time, it works to change public discourse about the death penalty in this country. The campaign systematically pushes for both reduced usage and repeal in the states to achieve a successful U.S. Supreme Court review, and includes: litigation, legislation and policy reform, field and outreach efforts, communication, and where applicable, electoral strategy. It fosters the partnerships between national organizations, state groups, litigators, advocates, and funders that are essential to create lasting change.

Alliance for Citizenship – Alliance for Citizenship builds support for workable comprehensive immigration reform. The Campaign connects people from communities across the country who are ready to work together towards achieving the 279 votes needed to win just and humane comprehensive immigration reform legislation. Read more about A4C’s story at TAF.

Dream Defenders Action Fund – Dream Defenders is an organization that was formed in the aftermath of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin’s killing in 2012. The group, whose name alludes to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous speech at the 1963 March on Washington, aims to address the structural problems at the heart of the Martin case: the criminalization of people of color, police brutality, and mass incarceration – all of which add up to a system that can be called “the new Jim Crow.” They seek to train and organize youth and students in nonviolent civil disobedience, civic engagement, and direct action, while creating a sustainable network of youth and student leaders to take action and create change in their communities.

Fund for Fair and Just Policing in NYC – The Fund for Fair and Just Policing in NYC is a campaign engaged in stopping abusive stop-and frisk practices by New York City police by substantially decreasing bias-based encounters with the police, increasing the ability of the most affected communities to hold the police accountable and prevent abusive policing, and building the political will in New York City among the public and policymakers to advance a more just and humane policing paradigm in New York City.

Alliance for Safety and Justice Action – Vote Safe launched the Yes on Proposition 47 campaign on the California ballot in the Fall of 2014, allowing voters the chance to reduce seven low-level, nonviolent drug and theft offenses from felonies to misdemeanors. The millions of dollars saved will go towards K-12 education, mental health treatment for prisoners, and victim services. Read more about ASJ Action’s story at TAF.



Demos Action – Demos is a public policy organization working for an America where we all have an equal say in our democracy and an equal chance in our economy.

Indivisible Project – Indivisible is fueling a progressive grassroots network to defeat the Trump agenda. Across the nation, over 5,800 local groups (at least 2 in every congressional district) are using the Indivisible Guide to hold their members of Congress accountable.

New Media Ventures – New Media Ventures is a national angel network that introduces progressive investors to powerful new startups who are building progressive media, communications, and organizing tools and capacity. The community has invested more than $4 million into startups that use media and technology to drive progressive change, revolutionizing the political landscape.

Rethink Media – Rethink Media is a unique nonprofit organization focused on building the communications capacity of nonprofit think tanks, advocacy organizations, experts, and allies towards a more constructive US Foreign and national security policy, the protection of human and civil rights, and strengthening our democracy. They provide its member groups with affordable access to state of the art media technologies, communications training, public opinion data, and messaging support.


Economic Justice 

National Employment Law Project Action Fund – The National Employment Law Project Action Fund fights for policies to create good jobs, expand access to work, and strengthen protections and support for low-wage workers and the unemployed. They seek to ensure the promises of opportunity and economic security for America’s workers in the 21st century economy.

NPH Action Fund – NPH engages community leaders and stakeholders in finding solutions for the crisis in housing affordability through time-tested and innovative strategies that serve low-income families, seniors, veterans, formerly homeless and people at risk.

Roosevelt Forward – Roosevelt brings together thinkers and doers—from a new generation of leaders in every state to Nobel laureate economists—working to redefine the rules that guide our social and economic realities. We rethink and reshape everything from local policy to federal legislation, orienting toward a new economic and political system: one built by many for the good of all.

SCOPE Agenda Action – SCOPE builds grassroots power to create social, economic, and environmental justice for low-income, female, immigrant, black, and brown communities in Los Angeles.

Tenants Together Action – The Tenants Together Action Fund is the newly formed political arm of California’s statewide tenant movement. The Action Fund uses the political and legislative process to defend and advance the rights of California tenants to safe, decent, and affordable housing. The fund strengthens the statewide tenant movement as they fight for fairness and justice for tenants across California.


Environment & Health

California Environmental Justice Alliance Action Fund – CEJA is a statewide coalition of grassroots, environmental justice organizations. They work to achieve environmental justice by organizing in low-income communities and communities of color – those most impacted by environmental hazards – and by pushing for policies at the federal, state, regional and local levels that protect public health and the environment.

CCAEJ Action – CCAEJ Action is dedicated to improving both our social conditions and the natural environment we inhabit, so that everyone has a safe, healthy, toxic free place to live, work, learn, and play. Their services include leadership training and skills development, projects that improve the natural environment and well-being of our families, and advocacy for changes in public policy that are community-driven, protective, and enhance local resources.

Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) – One of the preeminent environmental justice organizations in the nation, CBE seeks to build people’s power in California’s communities of color and low income communities to achieve environmental health and justice. They work to prevent and reduce pollution and build green, healthy, sustainable communities and environments.

Eldercare Workforce Alliance – The Eldercare Workforce Alliance is a group of 31 national organizations, joined together to provide care services to meet the needs of older adults. As a non-profit, their mission is to provide the highest quality care possible to their residents, and propose practical solutions to strengthen our eldercare workforce and improve the quality of care.

Lead Locally – Lead Locally identifies and supports efforts in key local jurisdictions where the national climate movement can organize people power to stop major fossil fuel infrastructure and pave the way for a clean energy economy.

Safer Chemicals Healthy Families – Safer Chemicals Healthy Families coalition represents more than 11 million individuals, including parents, health professionals, advocates for people with learning and developmental disabilities, and environmentalists from across the nation. They work to protect the health of all Americans by persuading Congress and the President to reform our outdated chemical safety law, the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 (TSCA), through comprehensive legislative reform. They seek to phase out hazardous chemicals from the marketplace and educate the public about ways to protect one’s family from toxic chemicals.

Voices for Progress – Voices for Progress is working to create capacity for major donors and other opinion leaders to urge elected officials to support progressive public policy. They provide timely information on relevant issues, coordinating members’ efforts to expand opportunity, strengthen democracy, and prevent climate change.

Vote Solar Action Fund – Vote Solar is a non-profit grassroots organization working to fight climate change and foster economic opportunity by brining solar energy into the mainstream, working at the state, local, and federal level to remove regulatory barriers and implement key policies needed to bring solar to scale.


Solidarity with Charlottesville Buddies

Indivisible, Democratic Socialists of America, Women’s March, Democracy for America, Working Families Party, Resist Here, Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Mi Familia Vota, OurRevolution, Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, People’s Action, Courage Campaign, Greenpeace, #AllOfUs, #Resist,, OFA, United We Dream, Win Without War, Voto Latino,, Sierra Club, Pantsuit Nation, Town Hall Project, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, iAmerica, National Immigration Law Center, #MarchForTruth, Color of Change, UltraViolet, IfNotNow, People Power, Faith in Public Life, CREDO, Center for American Progress Action Fund, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Brand New Congress, South Asian Americans Leading Together, NARAL Pro-Choice America, RootsAction, SEIU, Hip Hop Caucus, CODEPINK, Peoples Climate Movement, T’ruah, Public Citizen, Daily Kos, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, CPD Action, Stand Up America, American Federation of Teachers, Emerge America, Jewish Voice for Peace, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Moms Rising, RISE Stronger, Democracy Spring, FIRM, Demos, Sunrise Movement, Spread The Vote,, Our Climate, People For the American Way, Food & Water Watch, NextGen America, Fast Food Justice, Action Together Network, Jews United for Justice, New Leaders Council, Run for Something, Corporate Accountability International, Moms Demand Action, Beyond the Choir, Friends of the Earth, Jobs with Justice, League of Conservation Voters, Truman National Security Project, Progressive Democrats of America, Natural Resources Defense Council, People for Bernie, Common Defense, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, #VOTEPROCHOICE, Emily’s List, Sister District, American Association of University Professors, Network NOVA,, National Education Association, National LGBTQ Task Force, Quaker Voluntary Service, Toxics Action Center, National Council of Asian Pacific Americans, Woman’s National Democratic Club, Rainforest Action Network, AFSCME, Avodah, NAMI St. Louis, Raising Our Future PAC, Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights,, Refuse Fascism LA, Welfare Warriors, I.A.T.S.E. Local 28, Voices for Dignity, Platform, Climate Hawks Vote, Japanese American Citizens League, Register Blue, The Plant Fund, Defenders of Wildlife, Wisconsin NOW, Orange County Racial Justice Collaborative, Vets for the 99%, NEAT – National Equality Action Team, Together We Will, Local Berniecrats, Southwest Wisconsin Area Progressives, Brazilian Women’s Group, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Frontline Dads, Harrisburg Area NOW, Family Values @ Work, Progress Texas, Western Center on Law and Poverty


Sister District Project Buddies


Beyond the Movement Buddies
Advancement Project
Alliance for Educational Justice
Autonomous Tenants Union
Black & Brown Workers Collective (Philly)
Black Lives Matter Global Network
Black Womens’ Roundtable
BlackOut Collective
BLM Network
BLOC (Charlotte)
BYP 100
Causa Justa :: Just Cause
Climate Justice Alliance
Color of Change
Community to Community Development
Cooperation Jackson
Ella Baker Center
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Fight for 15
Freedom Inc.
Grassroots Global Justice
Highlander Center for Research & Education
It Take Roots
MPower Change
National Domestic Workers Alliance
New Economy Coalition
Philly REAL Coalition
Philly Student Union
Recover The World
Right to the City
St. Louis Action Council
United We Dream
Women’s March


Popular Resistance Buddies

Gar Alperovitz, Washington, DC, author and political historian, founding principal, Democracy Collaborative

Jack Balkwill, Norfolk, VA, editor, LUV News

Judy Bello, Rochester, NY, Upstate Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars

Carrie Biggs-AdamsCommunications Workers of America

Roshan Bliss, Denver, CO, Colorado Student Power Alliance

Bill Blum, Washington, DC, editor Anti-Empire Report

Leah Bolger, CDR, USN (Ret), Corvallis, OR, Past President, Veterans For PeaceGreen Shadow CabinetSecretary of Defense

Terry Bouricius, Burlington, VT, former Senior Analyst at Fair Vote

Pamela Brown, New York, NY, Tidal Magazine/Occupy TheoryMove to Amend, People’s Investigation of Wall Street

Robert Brune, Columbia, MD, DC Media Group

Lee Camp, New York, NY, comedian, activist, and creator of the Moment of Clarity web series. He’s also the Commissioner for The Comedic Arts in the Green Shadow Cabinet.

Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Washington, DC, EPA whistleblower and author No Fear

Ronnie Cummins, Finland, MN, executive director, Organic Consumers Association

Jill Dalton, Writer/performer, RecoveringArmyBrat Blog

Ellen Davidson, New York, NY and Woodstock, NY,the Indypendent newspaper, board member, Ecosocialist Horizons and the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions-USA

Steve Early, Richmond, California, TNG/CWA member, Pacific Media Workers Guild, Freelancers’ Unit

Margaret Flowers, Baltimore, MD, co-director, It’s Our Economy and co-host Clearing the FOG.

Michael Fox, Baltimore, MD, executive director, United Workers

Kymone Freeman, Washington, DC, co-founder We Act Radio

Bruce K. Gagnon, Brunswick, ME, Coordinator, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

Paul Glover, Philadelphia, PA, Green plannercommunity justice organizer

Howie Hawkins, Syracuse NY, Green Party

Tarak Kauff, New York, NY and Woodstock, NY, Veterans For Peace Direct Action Group

Brett Kimberlin, Director Justice Through Music, co-founder Velvet Revolution

Ben Manski, Madison, WI, executive director, Liberty Tree FoundationMove to Amend Executive Committee, Chief of Staff, Green Shadow Cabinet

Sarah (Steve) Mosko,

Bill Moyer, Vashon Island, WA, executive director, Backbone Campaign

Michael Nagler, Petaluma, CA, Metta Center for Nonviolence

Tom Neilson, Folk musician, social justice teacher

Larry PinkneyBlack CommentatorIntrepid Report

Emanual Sferios, Grass Valley, CA, Occucards

Reena Shadaan, International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal, North Americablack

Cindy Sheehan, Vacaville, CA, Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox, LLC

Lisa Simeone, Baltimore, Maryland

Arthus Stamoulis, Portland, OR, Citizen’s Trade Campaign

Kat Stevens, Ithaca, NY, Marcellus Shale Earth First!Shaleshock Direct Action Working Group, Tar Sands Blockade, co-founder Wildseeds Collective

Rivera Sun Cook, Artistic Director, Dancer, Actor, Author, Rising Sun Dance and Theater

David Swanson, Charlottesville, VA, and Roots Action

Erika Thorne, Minneapolis,MN Training for Change

Dennis Trainor, Jr., Boston, MA, ACRONYM TV

Stephanie Van Hook, Petaluma, CA, Metta Center for Nonviolence

Stephen Wallace, Maryland

Tom Weis, Boulder, CO, President, Climate Crisis Solutions

Kevin Zeese,Baltimore, MD, co-director, It’s Our Economy and co-host Clearing the FOG.


FairVote Buddies

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 Asian Americans Advancing Justice Buddies

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National Organization for Women (NOW) Buddies

American Express Foundation, the Baker Street Foundation, the California Endowment, the ChevronTexaco Foundation, the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, the Fannie Mae Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Hilton Foundation, the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, the Philadelphia Foundation, the New World Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the New York Times Company FoundationGeorge Soros‘s Open Society Institute, the Rockefeller Family Fund, the Shefa Fund, the Target Foundation, and the Vanguard Public Foundation.

Source: Buddies

  1. 32BJ SEIU : 4 events
  2. : 2 events
  3. ACA Consumer Advocacy : 2 events
  4. ACLU : 4 events
  5. AF3IRM National : 4 events
  6. AlicetheMag : 2 events
  7. Americans Against Trump : 4 events
  8. Amnesty International USA : 2 events
  9. Amnesty International USA Northeast Region : 2 events
  10. AMSA’s Education & Advocacy Fellow : 1 events
  11. Anonymous Resists : 1 events
  12. Answer Coalition : 40 events
  13. Avaaz : 1 events
  14. BAMN – Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration, and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary : 3 events
  15. Berniecrats United to Resist Trump : 1 events
  16. Better Government Association : 1 events
  17. Black Women’s Blueprint : 1 events
  18. CASA : 3 events
  19. Center For American Progress Action Fund : 2 events
  20. Center for Biological Diversity : 7 events
  21. Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) : 1 events
  22. Chesapeake Climate Action Network : 2 events
  23. Civic Direct : 1 events
  24. Common Cause : 2 events
  25. CPD Action : 4 events
  26. Defending Rights & Dissent : 2 events
  27. DeFund DAPL : 1 events
  28. Detention Watch Network : 2 events
  29. Dismantlers Union : 1 events
  30. DSA of Metro Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky : 1 events
  31. DUH – Demand Universal Healthcare : 1 events
  32. Earth Church : 1 events
  33. Faith in Public Life : 3 events
  34. Folk Fights Back : 1 events
  35. Food & Water Watch : 2 events
  36. Food & Water Watch – Midwest : 1 events
  37. Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network : 1 events
  38. Free Press : 1 events
  39. Global Deaf Muslim : 3 events
  40. Good Jobs Nation : 2 events
  41. Government Sachs : 2 events
  42. Healthcare Is Our RIGHT : 4 events
  43. Healthcare Rights Coalition : 1 events
  44. HIAS : 2 events
  45. Hip Hop Caucus : 2 events
  46. Hive Mind : 1 events
  47. IfNotNow : 6 events
  48. International League of Peoples’ Struggle – ILPS US : 2 events
  49. La Voz – Para La Comunidad – For The People Of America : 1 events
  50. LatinoJustice PRLDEF : 1 events
  51. LOK CHANTE-Lok Chante Legal Fund : 1 events
  52. Mi Familia Vota : 2 events
  53. Moms Clean Air Force : 2 events
  54. : 11 events
  55. MPower Change : 2 events
  56. Muslims for Peace, Inc. : 1 events
  57. NARAL Pro-Choice America : 1 events
  58. National Center for Transgender Equality : 1 events
  59. National Lawyers Guild : 1 events
  60. National Women’s Liberation : 1 events
  61. NMU AISES : 1 events
  62. North Oakland Indivisible Team : 2 events
  63. Official Million Woman March MWM20 : 3 events
  64. Organizing for Action : 3 events
  65. Pantsuit Nation : 3 events
  66. Party for Socialism and Liberation – PSL : 2 events
  67. Peace for Iran : 2 events
  68. PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature : 1 events
  69. People For the American Way : 2 events
  70. People Power : 4 events
  71. People’s Climate Movement : 4 events
  72. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic : 1 events
  73. Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii : 6 events
  74. Power Shift Network : 1 events
  75. PP Great Plains Votes : 4 events
  76. Print Organize Protest : 3 events
  77. Public Citizen : 2 events
  78. Queer Palestinian Empowerment Network QPEN : 1 events
  79. Represent.Us : 1 events
  80. Resist : 1 events
  81. Sage Sisters Of Solidarity : 1 events
  82. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) : 1 events
  83. Socialist Students : 1 events
  84. Somali American National Institute : 1 events
  85. Stop the Pipelines : 1 events
  86. Take on Wall Street : 1 events
  87. The Muslim and Immigrant Coalition for Justice : 1 events
  88. Transgender Rights Movement : 1 events
  89. Tri-State Freethinkers : 2 events
  90. UltraViolet : 6 events
  91. United Farm Workers : 13 events
  92. United We Dream : 2 events
  93. V-Day : 1 events
  94. We Are One Foundation : 5 events
  95. We Belong Together : 1 events
  96. Women’s March National : 7 events
  97. Workers World Party : 1 events
  98. Working Families Party : 8 events


  1. IRR Team (Anchorage) : 1 events
  2. March On Fairbanks (Fairbanks) : 2 events
  3. Juneau’s Pathways to Prevent Violence (Juneau) : 1 events


  1. Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice : 2 events
  2. Alabama Rally Against Donald Trump : 2 events
  3. Sisters in Synergy : 1 events
  4. BIrmingham Indivisible (Birmingham) : 1 events
  5. Indivisible NW Alabama (Florence) : 2 events
  6. Indivisible – 5th District North Alabama (Huntsville) : 2 events


  1. Bedlam PAC : 1 events
  2. Ozark Indivisible : 4 events
  3. Democratic Party of Garland County (Hot Springs) : 7 events
  4. Be the Change Alliance AR (Little Rock) : 2 events
  5. Faulkner County Indivisible Group (Little Rock) : 1 events
  6. Indivisble Little Rock Central Arkansas (Little Rock) : 1 events


  1. Arizona Stands : 3 events
  2. Humanists of Northern Arizona : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Arizona : 3 events
  4. Indivisible AZCD5 Action Page : 2 events
  5. National Lawyers Guild – Southern Arizona Chapter : 1 events
  6. PDA Arizona : 3 events
  7. Flagstaff Freethinkers (Flagstaff) : 1 events
  8. Arizona National Organization for Women (Phoenix) : 1 events
  9. Indivisible Phoenix (Phoenix) : 4 events
  10. Organizing Radicalism: Gestalt Against Systemic Misogyny (Phoenix) : 1 events
  11. Puente Human Rights Movement (Phoenix) : 2 events
  12. Stand Up Against Hate (Phoenix) : 2 events
  13. The Desert Dissenter (Phoenix) : 5 events
  14. Women’s March Sedona (Sedona) : 1 events
  15. Sierra Vista United for Equality (Sierra Vista) : 2 events
  16. Occupy Tucson (Tucson) : 1 events
  17. Tucson Solidarity Movement (Tucson) : 1 events


  1. 350Marin : 1 events
  2. Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) : 3 events
  3. CA Dream Network : 1 events
  4. California For Progress : 2 events
  5. Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights : 2 events
  6. Cowbelles United : 2 events
  7. Defend Movement : 1 events
  8. Democratic Action Club of Chico : 1 events
  9. Democratic Socialists of America – Orange County : 1 events
  10. Democratic Women’s Club of Stanislaus County : 1 events
  11. Eco Warriors : 1 events
  12. Fight4OurHealth : 2 events
  13. Idle No More Southern California – So. Cal. : 1 events
  14. Indivisible 42 In Action : 5 events
  15. Indivisible Antelope Valley – 25UP : 1 events
  16. Indivisible CA District 32 : 1 events
  17. Indivisible East Bay : 3 events
  18. Inland Empire Resistance : 3 events
  19. Jewish Voice for Peace Bay Area : 2 events
  20. Marin County Resistance: Indivisible : 1 events
  21. North Valley Labor Federation : 1 events
  22. OFA Contra Costa : 2 events
  23. OFA-East Bay Central : 1 events
  24. Operation Veracity : 2 events
  25. Orange County Labor Federation : 1 events
  26. Our Revolution California : 1 events
  27. Our Revolution California District 10 : 1 events
  28. Planned Parenthood Advocates Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley : 1 events
  29. Planned Parenthood Central Coast Action Fund : 2 events
  30. Register Blue : 9 events
  31. Roofers Union Local 36 : 2 events
  32. SoCal 350 Climate Action : 3 events
  33. St Johns Well Child and Family Center : 1 events
  34. Standing Strong- Silicon Valley : 1 events
  35. Strike Against Gender Bay Area : 2 events
  36. Stronger Together East Bay : 2 events
  37. The Beautiful Resistance : 2 events
  38. The California Endowment : 2 events
  39. United Marin Rising : 1 events
  40. Women’s March 2017-Cal State Monterey Bay Street March : 1 events
  41. Yes on Measure Z- Protect Our Water : 1 events
  42. Young Democrats of Shasta County : 1 events
  43. Indivisible Auburn, Ca (Auburn) : 7 events
  44. The Art and Soul Center (Bakersfield) : 1 events
  45. Women’s March Bakersfield (Bakersfield) : 1 events
  46. Kala Art Institute (Berkeley) : 1 events
  47. Stirfry Seminars & Consulting… Innovative Tools for Diversity Training (Berkeley) : 2 events
  48. Together We Will- Cambria (Cambria) : 3 events
  49. Indivisible Claremont (Claremont) : 2 events
  50. Fontana Good Neighbor Coalition – FGNC (Fontana) : 2 events
  51. GROW Fontana (Fontana) : 2 events
  52. Tamejavi-PVI (Fresno) : 1 events
  53. We Are Fresno/Somos Fresno (Fresno) : 2 events
  54. OC Truth Defenders (Fullerton) : 3 events
  55. CLUE: Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  56. Divest LA (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  57. Ground Game- Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  58. IfNotNow LA (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  59. March And Rally Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 21 events
  60. National Council of Jewish Women Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  61. Our Revolution Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  62. Refuse Fascism Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  63. South Bay Los Angeles 350 Climate Action Group (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  64. Student Action Coalition at Oxy (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  65. SWANA-LA (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  66. The Resistance – Northridge, Indivisible (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  67. UFW Foundation (Los Angeles) : 4 events
  68. We March Party (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  69. Women’s March LA Foundation (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  70. (Merced) : 2 events
  71. Indivisible Monterey Bay (Monterey) : 1 events
  72. East Point Peace Academy (Oakland) : 1 events
  73. Oakland Peace Center (Oakland) : 1 events
  74. Oakland Women’s Strike Organizing Collective (Oakland) : 2 events
  75. High Desert Activists (Palmdale) : 6 events
  76. Indivisible Suffragists (Pasadena) : 4 events
  77. Pasadena Community Job Center (Pasadena) : 2 events
  78. Patterson Progressive Alliance (Patterson) : 1 events
  79. Follow the Money Coalition (Sacramento) : 2 events
  80. Indivisible Citizens of California’s 4th Congressional District (Sacramento) : 3 events
  81. National Lawyers Guild Sacramento Chapter (Sacramento) : 1 events
  82. No DAPL – Sacramento (Sacramento) : 1 events
  83. PICO California (Sacramento) : 1 events
  84. Sacramento Climate Coalition (Sacramento) : 1 events
  85. Sacramento Indivisible Regional Action Network (Sacramento) : 3 events
  86. Women’s March on Sacramento (Sacramento) : 1 events
  87. Catalina’s List (San Bernardino) : 1 events
  88. Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire (San Bernardino) : 2 events
  89. Ground Zero Players (San Diego) : 1 events
  90. Lawyers Club of San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  91. Organize San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  92. Peace Resource Center of San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  93. Planned Parenthood Action Fund of the Pacific Southwest (San Diego) : 4 events
  94. San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition (San Diego) : 1 events
  95. San Diego Protests (San Diego) : 1 events
  96. Af3irm SF/Bay Area (San Francisco) : 3 events
  97. AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center (San Francisco) : 2 events
  98. Bay Resistance (San Francisco) : 1 events
  99. CCSF Solidarity Committee (San Francisco) : 1 events
  100. Coalition on Homelessness (San Francisco) : 1 events
  101. Democracy Action SF (San Francisco) : 3 events
  102. Idle No More SF Bay (San Francisco) : 3 events
  103. Indivisible San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  104. NOW San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  105. Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity (San Francisco) : 1 events
  106. Resist SF (San Francisco) : 1 events
  107. San Francisco Rising Alliance (San Francisco) : 1 events
  108. San Francisco Senior and Disability Action (San Francisco) : 1 events
  109. SF United Against Trump (San Francisco) : 2 events
  110. Street Sheet (San Francisco) : 1 events
  111. Sunday Streets San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  112. The Resistance – San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  113. Women’s March San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  114. SV De-Bug (San Jose) : 2 events
  115. Women’s March San Jose (San Jose) : 1 events
  116. People of Faith for Justice (San Luis Obispo) : 1 events
  117. Women’s March in San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo) : 5 events
  118. Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County (Santa Rosa) : 1 events
  119. Our Revolution Turlock (Turlock) : 1 events
  120. Ventura County Activists for Bernie Sanders #ClimateRevolution (Ventura) : 3 events
  121. Revoluna (Watsonville) : 1 events
  122. Indivisible Yuba-Sutter (Yuba City) : 2 events


  1. AFSC & Coloradans For Immigrant Rights : 1 events
  2. AKO Collective : 1 events
  3. Colorado Stands : 1 events
  4. Colorado Young Democrats : 2 events
  5. Emerge Colorado : 1 events
  6. Frack-Free Co : 2 events
  7. Front Range Socialist Party : 1 events
  8. Joining Vision and Action : 3 events
  9. Keep Colorado Green : 4 events
  10. One Colorado : 2 events
  11. Pikes Peak Progressives : 2 events
  12. Planned Parenthood Votes Colorado : 1 events
  13. Social Enterprise Alliance – Colorado Chapter : 3 events
  14. Together We Will Colorado : 1 events
  15. Boulder CAN (Boulder) : 1 events
  16. Earth Guardians Boulder (Boulder) : 1 events
  17. Intercambio Uniting Communities (Boulder) : 1 events
  18. Northern Colorado Dreamers United- NCDU (Boulder) : 2 events
  19. 350 Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 4 events
  20. Colorado Action Network – Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 6 events
  21. Colorado Springs Council for Justice (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  22. Colorado Springs Feminists (Colorado Springs) : 2 events
  23. Colorado Springs Socialists (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  24. Green Party of the Pikes Peak Region (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  25. Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission (Colorado Springs) : 2 events
  26. Unite Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 12 events
  27. Bonfils-Stanton Foundation (Denver) : 1 events
  28. Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (Denver) : 6 events
  29. Colorado People’s Alliance (Denver) : 1 events
  30. Colorado Rapid Response Network – Immigration (Denver) : 1 events
  31. Democratic Socialists of America: Denver (Denver) : 2 events
  32. Denver Green Party (Denver) : 2 events
  33. Denver Socialists – ISO (Denver) : 3 events
  34. Dreamers United Student Organization (Denver) : 1 events
  35. Indivisible Denver (Denver) : 3 events
  36. Indivisible Front Range Resistance (Denver) : 1 events
  37. IWW Denver-Boulder General Membership Branch (Denver) : 2 events
  38. Occupy Denver (Denver) : 1 events
  39. People’s Protection League (Denver) : 1 events
  40. Together Colorado (Denver) : 2 events
  41. Food & Water Watch Fort Collins (Fort Collins) : 1 events
  42. Fort Collins for Progress (Fort Collins) : 2 events
  43. Grand Valley Activist Events (Grand Junction) : 1 events
  44. Sierra Club – Sangre de Cristo Group (Pueblo) : 1 events


  1. Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance – CIRA : 2 events
  2. CT Students for a Dream : 3 events
  3. CT Working Families Party : 2 events
  4. CTCORE-Organize Now : 1 events
  5. League of Women Voters of Northeastern Connecticut : 1 events
  6. Planned Parenthood Votes! Connecticut : 2 events
  7. Socialist Action CT : 2 events
  8. Triangle Community Center : 1 events
  9. Women’s March CT – We March On : 15 events
  10. Make the Road CT (Bridgeport) : 10 events
  11. Danbury Area Justice Network (Danbury) : 1 events
  12. CCAG – Connecticut Citizen Action Group (Hartford) : 1 events
  13. NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut (Hartford) : 1 events
  14. Our Revolution-CT Team (Hartford) : 1 events
  15. Fairfield Standing United (New Haven) : 1 events
  16. Connecticut College Division of Institutional Equity & Inclusion (New London) : 1 events
  17. Connecticut 5th District Progressives (Torrington) : 1 events

District of Columbia

  1. 350 DC (Washington) : 7 events
  2. AFGE LOCAL 1410 (Washington) : 1 events
  3. Black Lives Matter DC (Washington) : 1 events
  4. D.C. ReInvest Coalition (Washington) : 3 events
  5. DC Fights Back (Washington) : 1 events
  6. DC Immigrant Organizing Center (Washington) : 2 events
  7. DC Justice for Muslims Coalition (Washington) : 3 events
  8. DC Local Ambassadors (Washington) : 1 events
  9. DC Public Library (Washington) : 2 events
  10. DC Resistance Coalition (Washington) : 1 events
  11. DMV Sanctuary Congregation Network (Washington) : 1 events
  12. Friends Meeting of Washington (Washington) : 1 events
  13. Herd on the Hill (Washington) : 1 events
  14. IfNotNow DC (Washington) : 1 events
  15. Love Flies High (Washington) : 1 events
  16. Many Languages One Voice (Washington) : 4 events
  17. Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America (Washington) : 3 events
  18. NARAL Pro-Choice Washington (Washington) : 2 events
  19. No Justice No Pride (Washington) : 1 events
  20. NYAToday (Washington) : 2 events
  21. Organizing for Justice (Washington) : 2 events
  22. Pantsuit District (Washington) : 1 events
  23. Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington – PPMW (Washington) : 1 events
  24. Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington Action Fund (Washington) : 3 events
  25. Resist DC (Washington) : 1 events
  26. Rising Hearts (Washington) : 8 events
  27. Sanctuary DMV (Washington) : 1 events
  28. Showing Up for Racial Justice – SURJ – DC (Washington) : 4 events
  29. Socialist Alternative DMV (Washington) : 2 events
  30. Sunrise Movement – DC Hub (Washington) : 1 events
  31. The Ascent of the Resistance (Washington) : 2 events
  32. The Women’s March on Washington – District of Columbia (Washington) : 4 events
  33. Triumph over Trump – Events to Protest Donald Trump. (Washington) : 1 events
  34. Woman’s National Democratic Club (Washington) : 1 events
  35. Women’s Fightback Network Maryland/D.C. (Washington) : 2 events



  1. ACLU of Florida : 4 events
  2. Broward Young Black Progressives : 1 events
  3. CAIR Florida : 2 events
  4. Coquina Coast Democratic Progressive Caucus : 1 events
  5. Escambia County Democratic Women’s Club : 4 events
  6. Escambia Democratic Party : 5 events
  7. FACT – Floridians Against Corruption and Treason : 1 events
  8. Fight for 15 Florida : 1 events
  9. FL Panhandle Progressives : 1 events
  10. FL Panhandle Progressives Volunteer Central : 1 events
  11. Florida Immigrant Coalition : 4 events
  12. Indivisible East Hillsborough : 2 events
  13. Indivisible Flagler : 1 events
  14. Indivisible Floridian Unity : 3 events
  15. Indivisible Volusia : 1 events
  16. Martin County Democrats : 4 events
  17. Organize Florida : 8 events
  18. Our Revolution – West Pasco : 1 events
  19. PDA Palm Beach County : 1 events
  20. People’s Opposition to War, Imperialism, and Racism : 2 events
  21. Pinellas For Progress : 1 events
  22. Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida : 3 events
  23. Progressives – NW Florida : 1 events
  24. Project Rise Up: Action Network : 3 events
  25. Project Rise Up: Activism Network : 2 events
  26. RiseUp Florida : 1 events
  27. SEIU Florida : 6 events
  28. South Florida Activism : 8 events
  29. Speak Out Brevard – Info : 7 events
  30. Students Working for Equal Rights : 1 events
  31. The New Florida Majority : 1 events
  32. The People’s Freedom Defenders Of SWFL : 2 events
  33. The Pride Center : 1 events
  34. Village Voices : 1 events
  35. We the People : 1 events
  36. Womans March – Racial Equality & Social Justice – Central Florida : 1 events
  37. Women’s March – Florida Chapter : 3 events
  38. Women’s March Florida Chapter- Pinellas : 8 events
  39. Women’s March Florida Miami-Dade Chapter : 5 events
  40. Women’s March Florida- Broward Chapter : 7 events
  41. Women’s March Florida- West Palm Beach Chapter : 9 events
  42. Women’s March Florida- St. Augustine Chapter (Augusta) : 1 events
  43. Indivisible Daytona (Daytona Beach) : 2 events
  44. Our Revolution: Volusia County (DeLand) : 1 events
  45. Action Together Florida (Doral) : 1 events
  46. Broward For Progress (Doral) : 7 events
  47. People’s Progressive Caucus of Miami-Dade (Doral) : 1 events
  48. Indivisible South Florida (Ft. Lauderdale) : 2 events
  49. The Treble with Resistance (Fort Pierce) : 1 events
  50. Indivisible Gainesville (Gainesville) : 3 events
  51. National Women’s Liberation-Gainesville Chapter (Gainesville) : 3 events
  52. Greenpeace Jacksonville (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  53. Indivisible NE Florida (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  54. Jacksonville Young Democrats (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  55. NE FL Democratic Progressive Caucus (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  56. Women’s March Florida-Florida Keys Chapter (Key West) : 3 events
  57. Middle Keys Democrats (Marathon) : 1 events
  58. Brevard Chapter of the ACLU of Florida (Melbourne) : 2 events
  59. Alliance for Response- Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  60. Engage Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  61. Indivisible Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  62. League of Women Voters of Miami-Dade County (Miami) : 1 events
  63. YWCA-Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  64. Collier Freedom Movement (Naples) : 2 events
  65. Commoncentsocala (Ocala) : 1 events
  66. Democracy for America (DFA) Palm Beach County (Palm Beach) : 1 events
  67. Palm Beach County Democratic Party (Palm Beach) : 1 events
  68. United Against TRUMP PENCE (Palm Beach) : 3 events
  69. Bay Indivisible (Panama City) : 1 events
  70. 350 Pensacola (Pensacola) : 3 events
  71. Earth Day Pensacola (Pensacola) : 1 events
  72. Womens March Florida-Treasure Coast Chapter (Port St Lucie) : 1 events
  73. Stand Up Fight Back SRQ (Sarasota) : 2 events
  74. Highlands County Democrats (Sebring) : 1 events
  75. St. Pete Women’s Collective (St. Petersburg) : 1 events
  76. ACLU Tallahassee (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  77. FSU Students for Justice in Palestine (Tallahassee) : 2 events
  78. Surfrider Foundation Florida Chapter Network (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  79. Tallahassee SDS (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  80. Women’s March Florida Tallahassee/Panhandle Chapter (Tallahassee) : 5 events
  81. Organize Florida – Tampa Bay (Tampa) : 1 events
  82. Organize Tampa (Tampa) : 1 events
  83. Tampa Bay Sierra Club (Tampa) : 1 events
  84. Women’s March Florida Tampa/Hillsborough Chapter (Tampa) : 2 events
  85. Peace, Justice, Sustainability Florida (West Palm Beach) : 1 events


  1. Georgia Alliance for Social Justice : 6 events
  2. Indivisible Lumpkin : 2 events
  3. Athens for Everyone (Athens) : 1 events
  4. Dignidad Inmigrante En Athens (Athens) : 1 events
  5. Atlanta Jobs with Justice (Atlanta) : 2 events
  6. Grassroots Activists of Atlanta (Atlanta) : 2 events
  7. SURJ Atlanta: Showing Up for Racial Justice (Atlanta) : 1 events
  8. Indivisible Columbus, Ga (Columbus) : 1 events
  9. Emergent Savannah (Savannah) : 5 events
  10. Our Revolution – Savannah (Savannah) : 1 events
  11. Savannah Stands With Standing Rock (Savannah) : 1 events
  12. Step Up Savannah (Savannah) : 1 events


  1. North Hawaii Action Network : 1 events
  2. Healthcare For All Hawaii (Honolulu) : 1 events
  3. Women’s March – Hawaii State Page (Honolulu) : 1 events


  1. Action Iowa : 5 events
  2. Americans for Democratic Action Iowa : 5 events
  3. Bold Iowa : 1 events
  4. Indivisible – Iowa 3rd Congressional : 2 events
  5. Iowa 4th District Green Party : 1 events
  6. Iowa CCI Action Fund : 1 events
  7. Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement : 3 events
  8. Iowa: Fight for 15 : 1 events
  9. March For Science Iowa : 2 events
  10. Monsoon United Asian Women : 1 events
  11. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland : 4 events
  12. Planned Parenthood Voters of Iowa : 4 events
  13. Rise Iowa : 1 events
  14. SEIU IOWA – UIHC Chapter : 1 events
  15. Where Do We Go From Here? : 4 events
  16. Why Courts Matter Iowa : 1 events
  17. Women’s March Iowa : 4 events
  18. Action Iowa – Des Moines Chapter (Des Moines) : 1 events
  19. One Iowa (Des Moines) : 1 events
  20. Student Advocates for Planned Parenthood (Iowa City) : 1 events
  21. Iowa Student Learning Institute (Waukee) : 1 events


  1. United Vision for Idaho (Boise) : 2 events


  1. 350Kishwaukee : 1 events
  2. Action for a Better Tomorrow : 14 events
  3. AFSCME Council 31 : 1 events
  4. Coles for Science : 1 events
  5. Districts 6 and 14 Missing MoC : 2 events
  6. Fox Valley Action for Justice — Illinois : 1 events
  7. Friends Who March : 9 events
  8. Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center : 1 events
  9. IL – 13th Congressional District Constituents : 2 events
  10. IL 14 UNITED : 1 events
  11. Illinois Women Moving Forward : 1 events
  12. Illinois Working Together : 1 events
  13. Indivisible DuPage : 3 events
  14. Indivisible Fox Valley Illinois : 2 events
  15. Indivisible IL 12th : 1 events
  16. Indivisible Illinois : 16 events
  17. Indivisible Illinois Congressional District 14 : 1 events
  18. Protect Our Care Illinois : 2 events
  19. SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana : 1 events
  20. She Votes Illinois : 1 events
  21. The Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th : 2 events
  22. We Can Lead Change – Fox Valley : 1 events
  23. What we should know : 1 events
  24. Women in Action for Progress -WIP : 1 events
  25. Women’s March – Illinois : 3 events
  26. Women’s March Illinois: Carbondale (Carbondale) : 1 events
  27. 40th Ward Alliance (Chicago) : 1 events
  28. Answer Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  29. Arab American Action Network (Chicago) : 1 events
  30. Chicago Action Alliance (Chicago) : 1 events
  31. Chicago Federation of Labor (Chicago) : 2 events
  32. Chicago Group of the Sierra Club (Chicago) : 1 events
  33. Chicago Jobs with Justice (Chicago) : 1 events
  34. Chicago Latino Collective (Chicago) : 1 events
  35. Chicago Movement For The 99% (Chicago) : 2 events
  36. Chicago Printmakers Collaborative (Chicago) : 1 events
  37. Chicago Socialist Alternative (Chicago) : 4 events
  38. Chicago Socialist Party (Chicago) : 2 events
  39. Chicago Socialist Students (Chicago) : 1 events
  40. Chicago Students Union (Chicago) : 1 events
  41. Degenerate Artists Against Fascism (Chicago) : 2 events
  42. Equality Illinois (Chicago) : 1 events
  43. Illinois Single Payer Coalition (Chicago) : 3 events
  44. Indivisible 123GO (Chicago) : 3 events
  45. Indivisible Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  46. Indivisible Chicago-South Side (Chicago) : 1 events
  47. Indivisible IL-5 Chicago North-Northwest Side (Chicago) : 1 events
  48. Kane County Revolution (Chicago) : 2 events
  49. Mishkan Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  50. Muslims Organize (Chicago) : 1 events
  51. National Lawyers Guild of Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  52. ONE Northside (Chicago) : 1 events
  53. Pilsen Alliance (Chicago) : 3 events
  54. Refuse Fascism Chicago (Chicago) : 3 events
  55. Resist Reimagine Rebuild Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  56. Resist Trump Tuesdays Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  57. Shitshow (Chicago) : 1 events
  58. Sousaphones Against Hate (Chicago) : 2 events
  59. LWV of the Elgin Area (Elgin) : 1 events
  60. Southwest Suburban Activists (Frankfort) : 1 events
  61. March On: Indivisible Knox County (Galesburg) : 2 events
  62. ABT – Northern Suburbs Events (Highland Park) : 2 events
  63. IL-16 Progressives (Loves Park) : 1 events
  64. Peoria Healthcare Coalition (Peoria) : 2 events
  65. Indivisible Springfield (Springfield) : 2 events
  66. Organizing for Action-Springfield (Springfield) : 6 events


  1. AFSC Indiana Peacebuilding : 2 events
  2. Common Cause Indiana : 2 events
  3. Hamilton County #Resist : 1 events
  4. Hoosiers For Action : 2 events
  5. Indiana Coalition for Public Education-Monroe County : 1 events
  6. Indiana Forest Alliance : 1 events
  7. Indivisible Indiana District 2 – Public Page : 1 events
  8. Muslim Alliance of Indiana : 1 events
  9. NWI Resistance : 3 events
  10. Progressive Indiana Network : 1 events
  11. SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana : 1 events
  12. Working Class Indiana : 1 events
  13. Democracy for Monroe County (DFMC) (Bloomington) : 1 events
  14. Our Revolution – Evansville (Evansville) : 2 events
  15. DONT SLEEP (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  16. Indivisible Indianapolis (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  17. League of Women Voters of Indianapolis (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  18. NoDakotaAccessIndy (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  19. IUSB American Democracy Project (South Bend) : 1 events
  20. South Bend Equality (South Bend) : 1 events
  21. Blue Valpo (Valparaiso) : 1 events
  22. Valparaiso Democratic Committee (Valparaiso) : 1 events


  1. ACLU of Kansas : 2 events
  2. CAIR-Kansas : 1 events
  3. Groundswell Kansas : 1 events
  4. Kansas Interfaith Action : 1 events
  5. MainStream Coalition : 3 events
  6. Rainbow Road : 1 events
  7. True Blue Women : 1 events
  8. Trust Women : 1 events
  9. The Resistance LFK (Lawrence) : 1 events
  10. Capital City-Topeka NOW (National Organization for Women) (Topeka) : 1 events
  11. Kansas People’s Agenda (Topeka) : 2 events


  1. Advocacy Action Network : 1 events
  2. Earth Church : 1 events
  3. Empty Suits KY : 1 events
  4. Indivisible KY : 1 events
  5. Indivisible NKY District 4 : 2 events
  6. Kentucky Democratic Party : 1 events
  7. Kentucky National Organization for Women : 3 events
  8. NKY Unites : 1 events
  9. Our Revolution Central Kentucky : 5 events
  10. Together We Will Bluegrass : 2 events
  11. Unity For A Diverse Appalachia : 1 events
  12. Indivisible Oldham County (Crestwood) : 1 events
  13. Indivisible Bluegrass (Lexington) : 6 events
  14. Lexington Fairness (Lexington) : 1 events
  15. NKY Chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (Lexington) : 1 events
  16. Black Lives Matter Louisville (Louisville) : 1 events
  17. Fairness Campaign (Louisville) : 1 events
  18. Kentuckiana Pride Foundation (Louisville) : 1 events
  19. LGBTQ+ Community Coalition (Louisville) : 1 events
  20. Louisville Metro Democratic Club (Louisville) : 3 events
  21. Louisville SURJ – (Showing Up for Racial Justice) (Louisville) : 3 events
  22. Louisville Youth Group (Louisville) : 1 events
  23. Parents for Social Justice (Louisville) : 1 events
  24. Stand Up Sunday- Stand Up Louisville (Louisville) : 2 events


  1. North Louisiana Activism Network /Shreveport-Bossier Indivisible : 1 events
  2. 504HealthNet (New Orleans) : 1 events
  3. Indivisible NOLA (New Orleans) : 3 events
  4. Keep Louisiana Covered (New Orleans) : 1 events
  5. Nasty Women Nola (New Orleans) : 1 events
  6. New Orleans Palestinian Solidarity Committee (New Orleans) : 1 events
  7. Our Revolution – New Orleans (New Orleans) : 3 events


  1. Action Together North Shore, MA : 1 events
  2. CAIR Massachusetts : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Noho : 1 events
  4. Interfaith Sanctuary and Solidarity Network of Western Mass : 1 events
  5. Mass Action Against Police Brutality : 1 events
  6. Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance : 1 events
  7. National Lawyers Guild – Massachusetts Chapter : 1 events
  8. New England Independence Campaign : 2 events
  9. Pioneer Valley Women’s March : 2 events
  10. Amnesty International Group 151, Boston (Boston) : 5 events
  11. Boston Against the Trump Agenda (Boston) : 1 events
  12. Boston May Day Coalition (Boston) : 1 events
  13. Boston People’s Climate Movement (Boston) : 1 events
  14. Boston Socialist Alternative (Boston) : 1 events
  15. Community Labor United (Boston) : 1 events
  16. Indivisible MA District 5 (Boston) : 1 events
  17. Medicine Wheel Solidarity Network (Boston) : 1 events
  18. SEIU 509 (Boston) : 1 events
  19. The Activist (Boston) : 1 events
  20. The Real News (Boston) : 1 events
  21. Anti-Islamophobia Network (Cambridge) : 1 events
  22. Black Lives Matter Cambridge (Cambridge) : 1 events
  23. Harvard Islamic Society (Cambridge) : 1 events
  24. Facing Our Future (Gloucester) : 2 events
  25. Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership (Holyoke) : 1 events
  26. Solidarity Lowell (Lowell) : 2 events
  27. Rise Up Western Mass Indivisible (Northampton) : 1 events
  28. Lower Cape Indivisible (Provincetown) : 2 events
  29. Salem No Place for Hate Committee (Salem) : 2 events
  30. Mezcla – Wellesley College (Wellesley) : 1 events
  31. Raíz at Wellesley (Wellesley) : 1 events
  32. Epoca (Worcester) : 2 events
  33. SURJ Worcester – Showing Up for Racial Justice (Worcester) : 1 events
  34. Worcester Community-Labor Coalition (Worcester) : 1 events


  1. AA County Progressive Maryland : 1 events
  2. Action Not Anger : 1 events
  3. Anne Arundel County Democratic Women : 1 events
  4. Baltimore County Green Party : 1 events
  5. Do The Most Good – Montgomery County : 2 events
  6. Indivisible in Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties MD : 1 events
  7. Indivisible Moco : 3 events
  8. March On Maryland : 1 events
  9. Maryland Democratic Party : 1 events
  10. Maryland Working Families : 8 events
  11. Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition : 2 events
  12. Nonprofit Montgomery : 1 events
  13. Represent.Maryland : 2 events
  14. Solidarity Maryland : 1 events
  15. United Democrats of Washington County, MD : 1 events
  16. Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis (Annapolis) : 1 events
  17. Baltimore Resist Trump Tuesdays (Baltimore) : 1 events
  18. Church of the Guardian Angel (Baltimore) : 1 events
  19. Jews United for Justice – Baltimore (Baltimore) : 1 events
  20. Loyola University Maryland (Baltimore) : 1 events
  21. Native American LifeLines of Baltimore (Baltimore) : 1 events
  22. Peoples Power Assembly (Baltimore) : 1 events
  23. Workers World Party – Baltimore (Baltimore) : 3 events
  24. Takoma Park Mobilization (Takoma Park) : 4 events


  1. 350 Midcoast Maine : 1 events
  2. Maine AFL-CIO : 2 events
  3. Maine Conservation Voters : 7 events
  4. Maine People’s Alliance : 7 events
  5. Maine Public Health Association : 1 events
  6. Mainers for Accountable Leadership : 8 events
  7. Natural Resources Council of Maine : 2 events
  8. OFA – Maine : 7 events
  9. Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund : 2 events


  1. Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Michigan : 1 events
  2. Count MI Vote : 29 events
  3. Equality Michigan : 1 events
  4. Indivisible Advocates for Humanity Oceana/Mason : 3 events
  5. Indivisible Livingston County Michigan : 1 events
  6. Indivisible MI 7th District : 2 events
  7. Indivisible Michigan- District 8 : 3 events
  8. Indivisible West Michigan : 1 events
  9. Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice : 8 events
  10. Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency : 4 events
  11. Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI) : 1 events
  12. Michigan Equal Pay Coalition : 1 events
  13. Michigan For Choice : 4 events
  14. Michigan League for Public Policy : 4 events
  15. Michigan People’s Campaign : 7 events
  16. Michigan Peoples Defense Network – MPDN : 3 events
  17. Michigan Student Power Network : 1 events
  18. Michigan United : 10 events
  19. Michigan Universal Health Care Access Network – MICHUHCAN : 1 events
  20. Michigan’s Third Democratic Congressional District : 5 events
  21. Moratorium NOW! Coalition : 2 events
  22. MoveOn SW Michigan : 1 events
  23. National Lawyers Guild Detroit & Michigan Chapter : 1 events
  24. Oakland County For Revolution : 6 events
  25. One Michigan Alliance : 4 events
  26. Organize West Michigan : 3 events
  27. Our Revolution-Michigan : 3 events
  28. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan : 14 events
  29. Progress Michigan : 5 events
  30. Stonewall for Revolution : 1 events
  31. SW Michigan Rising Up : 3 events
  32. Taking Back Orange : 8 events
  33. The Persistence : 2 events
  34. The Progressive Caucus of Mid Michigan : 3 events
  35. Trump’s 100 Days: Planning our Community Response : 1 events
  36. Voters – Not Politicians : 35 events
  37. Women’s March Michigan : 15 events
  38. Women’s March on Washington-Southeast Michigan : 1 events
  39. Workers’ Center of West Mi./Centro de Trabajadores del Oeste de Mi : 1 events
  40. People for Social Justice (Alpena) : 1 events
  41. Ann Arbor For Revolution (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  42. Ann Arbor Indivisible (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  43. Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  44. Immigration Action Coalition of UUAA (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  45. Indivisible MI-12th (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  46. League of Women Voters of the Ann Arbor Area (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  47. May Day Collective (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  48. Michigan United Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor) : 4 events
  49. Solidarity & Defense (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  50. Solidarity & Defense, Huron Valley (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  51. Stop Trump Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor) : 14 events
  52. Students4Justice at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  53. Tricon Solidarity Network (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  54. We The People of Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  55. Rahma Relief Foundation (Beverly Hills) : 2 events
  56. Birmingham-Bloomfield Democratic Club (Bloomfield Hills) : 1 events
  57. Indigenous Rights Alliance (Dearborn) : 1 events
  58. TAKE ON HATE (Dearborn) : 2 events
  59. ACLU of Michigan (Detroit) : 5 events
  60. Bill Cobbs For Governor 2018 (Detroit) : 1 events
  61. Congress of Communities (Detroit) : 1 events
  62. Detroit Area Peace with Justice Network (DAPJN) (Detroit) : 2 events
  63. Detroit Food Not Bombs (Detroit) : 2 events
  64. Detroit Interfaith Outreach Network (Detroit) : 1 events
  65. Detroit IWW GMB (Detroit) : 1 events
  66. Detroit Resistance (Detroit) : 1 events
  67. Food & Water Watch – Michigan (Detroit) : 3 events
  68. Hollaback Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  69. Malcolm X Grassroots Movement – Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  70. Metro-Detroit Political Action Network (Detroit) : 20 events
  71. Michigan Abolition Alliance (Detroit) : 1 events
  72. Occupy Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  73. Official Million Woman March MWM20 Michigan (Detroit) : 1 events
  74. One Michigan For Immigrant Rights (Detroit) : 1 events
  75. Refuse Fascism – Detroit Area (Detroit) : 1 events
  76. Reparations Labor Union (Detroit) : 6 events
  77. Rooted in The D (Detroit) : 1 events
  78. United Precinct Delegates (Detroit) : 4 events
  79. Women Organize Michigan (Detroit) : 3 events
  80. Workers World Party – Michigan (Detroit) : 2 events
  81. Indivisible Michigan – District 11 (Farmington) : 5 events
  82. HAVEN (Ferndale) : 1 events
  83. State Representative Robert Wittenberg (Ferndale) : 1 events
  84. Genesee County Democratic Party (Flint) : 2 events
  85. Fountain Street Church (Grand Rapids) : 3 events
  86. Grand Rapids MI Democratic Socialists of America (Grand Rapids) : 1 events
  87. Grand Rapids United Progressives (Grand Rapids) : 2 events
  88. Movimiento Cosecha GR (Grand Rapids) : 3 events
  89. WE GP (Grosse Pointe) : 1 events
  90. Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project (Huntington Woods) : 2 events
  91. No Space For Hate (Huntington Woods) : 4 events
  92. Jackson Progressives (Jackson) : 1 events
  93. Empowered Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo) : 1 events
  94. Indivisible Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo) : 2 events
  95. Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War – KNOW (Kalamazoo) : 1 events
  96. ProKzoo (Kalamazoo) : 9 events
  97. Black Lives Matter Lansing (Lansing) : 1 events
  98. Greater Lansing Democratic Socialists of America (Lansing) : 1 events
  99. Green Party of Michigan US (Lansing) : 2 events
  100. Interrupt (Lansing) : 1 events
  101. Lansing For Revolution (Lansing) : 1 events
  102. Michigan for Revolution (Lansing) : 9 events
  103. PDA Lansing (Lansing) : 1 events
  104. Represent.Us Lansing (Lansing) : 2 events
  105. Downriver for Revolution (Lincoln Park) : 1 events
  106. Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (Royal Oak) : 1 events
  107. Mothering Justice (Royal Oak) : 1 events
  108. TC 350 (Traverse City) : 1 events
  109. Campus Antifascist Network – UMich (Ypsilanti) : 2 events
  110. Good News for Michigan (Ypsilanti) : 1 events
  111. NOW Washtenaw County Chapter (Ypsilanti) : 1 events
  112. Ypsilanti IWW (Ypsilanti) : 1 events


  1. Education Minnesota : 1 events
  2. iMatter Youth : 2 events
  3. Indivisible North Metro – Public : 1 events
  4. Justice City Coalition : 1 events
  5. MAS-Minnesota – Muslim American Society of Minnesota : 1 events
  6. Minnesota Environmental Partnership : 1 events
  7. Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition : 1 events
  8. Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light : 2 events
  9. Minnesota Peace Action Coalition : 2 events
  10. Minnesota Protests : 3 events
  11. Minnesotans Against Islamophobia : 1 events
  12. MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota : 6 events
  13. NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota : 1 events
  14. National Lawyers Guild Minnesota : 1 events
  15. People’s Justice Coalition : 2 events
  16. Planned Parenthood Minnesota Advocate : 2 events
  17. Resist from Day One Coalition MN : 2 events
  18. SEIU MN State Council : 1 events
  19. Sierra Club North Star Chapter : 1 events
  20. Twin Cities Pride : 1 events
  21. Indivisible Bemidji (Bemidji) : 2 events
  22. Indivisible Mankato (Mankato) : 1 events
  23. Anti-War Committee (Minneapolis) : 4 events
  24. Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  25. Freedom Road Socialist Organization (Minneapolis) : 2 events
  26. Overcoming Racism (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  27. Pretty Shrew Productions (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  28. The Boen Law Office (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  29. Women’s March Minnesota (Minneapolis) : 2 events
  30. Indivisible CD3 (Rogers) : 3 events
  31. Women’s Initiative for Self Empowerment – WISE (St Paul) : 8 events
  32. Turtle Island Student Organization – TISO (Winona) : 1 events


  1. Franklin County Women’s Advocacy Group : 1 events
  2. Green Alliance of Southwest Missouri : 2 events
  3. Missouri Health Care for All : 1 events
  4. Missouri NAACP State Conference : 2 events
  5. NARAL Pro Choice Missouri : 1 events
  6. Southwest Missouri Democrats : 1 events
  7. Stand and Resist: Howell County : 1 events
  8. Take Action Now : 1 events
  9. CoMo for Progress (Columbia) : 7 events
  10. Peaceworks (Columbia) : 1 events
  11. Protectors of Water and Land- Columbia, MO (Columbia) : 1 events
  12. Caring for KC (Kansas City) : 1 events
  13. Indivisible KC (Kansas City) : 11 events
  14. Indivisible KC – MO5 (Kansas City) : 1 events
  15. Indivisible Kc-Mo6 (Kansas City) : 1 events
  16. Progressive Youth Organization – KC (Kansas City) : 3 events
  17. Stand Up KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  18. SURJ KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  19. The People Vs. The President of the United States (Kansas City) : 2 events
  20. United We Stand KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  21. Persisterhood of Saint Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph) : 1 events
  22. Indivisible St. Louis (St. Louis) : 2 events
  23. National Lawyers Guild – St. Louis Chapter (St. Louis) : 2 events
  24. Socialist Alternative St. Louis (St. Louis) : 3 events
  25. STLSolidarity (St. Louis) : 1 events


  1. Forrest Lamar Federation of Democratic Women : 1 events
  2. Indivisible Mississippi : 1 events
  3. Mississippi in Action : 1 events
  4. Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund : 1 events
  5. Mississippi Rising Coalition : 1 events
  6. OFA – Mississippi : 1 events
  7. South Mississippi Indivisible : 2 events
  8. Greenville Community (Greenville) : 1 events
  9. Indivisible Jackson Metro (Jackson) : 2 events
  10. OFA Mississippi-Jackson (Jackson) : 4 events
  11. ACLU of Mississippi (Jackson) : 2 events
  12. Bottletree Studios (Jackson) : 1 events


  1. Planned Parenthood of Montana : 2 events
  2. Glacier Climate Action (Glacier National Park) : 1 events
  3. March On, Montana (Women’s March) (Helena) : 1 events

North Carolina

  1. Burke County Democratic Party : 1 events
  2. Equality NC : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Piedmont NC : 4 events
  4. NC AIDS Action Network : 1 events
  5. NC Women United : 1 events
  6. North Carolina NAACP : 2 events
  7. Political engagement : 2 events
  8. Progress North Carolina Action : 3 events
  9. Progressive Nation WNC : 1 events
  10. RISE Together NC : 2 events
  11. RISE Together Piedmont Triad : 1 events
  12. Si a las Licencias NC : 2 events
  13. Stronger North Carolina : 11 events
  14. U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants USCRI NC : 1 events
  15. Young Democrats of Wake County : 1 events
  16. The Party for Socialism and Liberation – Asheville (Asheville) : 2 events
  17. Women’s March on Asheville (Asheville) : 1 events
  18. Boone Rising (Boone) : 1 events
  19. Charlotte Against Hate (Charlotte) : 2 events
  20. Charlotte Humans (Charlotte) : 1 events
  21. Comunidad Colectiva (Charlotte) : 4 events
  22. Protecting Progress in Durham (Durham) : 1 events
  23. NENC Progressives (Elizabeth City) : 2 events
  24. Food Not Bombs Mooresville (Mooresville) : 1 events
  25. Community Voices Heard (New York) : 1 events
  26. AFARaleigh (Raleigh) : 1 events
  27. Moms Demand Action – NC (Raleigh) : 1 events
  28. Women’s March on Raleigh (Raleigh) : 1 events
  29. Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem) : 4 events

North Dakota

  1. Indivisible Fargo-Moorhead : 1 events
  2. NARAL Pro-Choice South Dakota : 1 events
  3. Planned Parenthood North Dakota Advocate : 6 events


  1. Bold Nebraska : 3 events
  2. Douglas County Democrats : 1 events
  3. Nebraska Democratic Party : 7 events
  4. Nebraska IWW : 2 events
  5. Indivisible Lincoln (Lincoln) : 3 events
  6. Indivisible Omaha (Omaha) : 2 events
  7. Nebraska Grassroots Progressives (Omaha) : 3 events
  8. Omaha GDC (Omaha) : 3 events

New Hampshire

  1. America 2.0 : 1 events
  2. Carroll County Democrats of N.H. : 3 events
  3. NH Democratic Socialists – NH DSA : 2 events
  4. NH for Humanity : 1 events
  5. NH Rebellion : 2 events
  6. Occupy New Hampshire Seacoast : 2 events

New Jersey

  1. Bergen County Concerned Citizens : 1 events
  2. Blue Wave NJ : 1 events
  3. Burlington County Young Democrats : 2 events
  4. Faith in New Jersey : 2 events
  5. Hudson Civic Action : 2 events
  6. Indivisible Central NJ : 1 events
  7. Jersey Justice Action Network : 1 events
  8. Morris Township Dems : 1 events
  9. National Lawyers Guild – New Jersey Chapter : 2 events
  10. New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice : 2 events
  11. New Jersey Citizen Action : 3 events
  12. New Jersey Working Families Alliance : 6 events
  13. New Labor : 3 events
  14. NJ 11th For Change : 9 events
  15. People for a Society Working for All : 2 events
  16. STAND CNJ : 3 events
  17. Wind of the Spirit : 6 events
  18. Glen Rock After the March (Glen Rock) : 1 events
  19. Metuchen Marchers in Solidarity – New Jersey (Metuchen) : 2 events
  20. Silk City Socialists (Paterson) : 1 events
  21. Soma Action (South Orange) : 1 events
  22. Make The Road New Jersey (Westfield) : 2 events

New Mexico

  1. Our Revolution New Mexico : 1 events
  2. Power Through Peace : 1 events
  3. The Red Nation : 1 events
  4. ATF – Albuquerque Teachers Federation (Albuquerque) : 1 events
  5. El Centro de Igualdad (Albuquerque) : 1 events
  6. Indivisible Nob Hill (Albuquerque) : 4 events
  7. Southwest Environmental Center (Las Cruces) : 2 events
  8. Indivisible Santa Fe (Santa Fe) : 1 events


  1. Action Together Nevada : 4 events
  2. Battle Born Progress : 3 events
  3. Children’s Advocacy Alliance Nevada : 1 events
  4. Chispa Nevada : 2 events
  5. For Nevada’s Future : 5 events
  6. Get Involved Nevada : 2 events
  7. NARAL Pro-Choice Nevada : 4 events
  8. Nevada Advocates for Planned Parenthood Affiliates : 4 events
  9. Nevada AFL- CIO : 1 events
  10. Nevada Conservation League : 1 events
  11. Nevada for Healthcare-NOW : 1 events
  12. Nevada for the People : 1 events
  13. Nevada Progressive Coalition : 1 events
  14. OFA – Nevada : 3 events
  15. PLAN Action Fund : 3 events
  16. Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada : 9 events
  17. SEIU Nevada : 2 events
  18. Sierra Club – Southern Nevada Group : 3 events
  19. Together We Will Nevada : 3 events
  20. Northern Nevada Working Families Party (Carson City) : 2 events
  21. Amnesty International Las Vegas, NM Group 463 (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  22. HRC – Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  23. Our Revolution Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  24. Our Revolution Nevada (Las Vegas) : 3 events
  25. Rights Society (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  26. We Stand With Standing Rock, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  27. Indivisible Northern Nevada (Reno) : 4 events

New York

  1. All Our Energy : 1 events