Planned Parenthood Backers



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Here is a list of our enemies, whether bad stuff on TV, Amnesty,. Common Core, the Gaystapo, the Planned Parenthood backers, etc.

Some like the United States Chamber of Commerce have vowed to raise $100 million to defeat the Tea Party. Well, we can start to guess who's backing what due to all we have uncovered. I urge a boycott against the entities below (as boycott as many as you can. Some of them we will have to use....for now.)

While appearing on one or two of these lists may not necessarily make a company evil (after all, some of them only donate to the causes mentioned below indirectly) (though it depends on which list I suppose), if a company or group appears on MANY of these lists, I think it's safe to write them off as anti-American.

Note, not every group on here is a bad guy, it just means that they are supporting someone who is. However, some of the supporters of the bad guys are themselves bad guys.


Satan


This being is the BIGGEST enemy of liberty in the universe! His defeat will help beat the ones below, who are but minions of him. By looking at the lists below, we can figure out where his strongholds are and target them with prayer and fasting and then, we will go after them with the armour of the Spirit and the gates of Hell will not prevail against us.

Planned Parenthood Backers


Here is a list of companies that donate to Planned Parenthood. Note: this includes indirectly like donating to United Way (indeed, quite a few are on here just for that.) As I copied and pasted from other sites, there might be repeats.

I put the groups that donors to UNICEF as "likely"" as I wasn't sure if UNICEF (which funds abortions all around the world) donated to Planned Parenthood or not. Some of these indirectly donated to Planned Parenthood.

As you know, Planned Parenthood is a major donor to the Democrat Party as can be seen by the stuff on OpenSecrets.org.

Craig Taylor (shirts), The Gap (apparel/accessories), Whole Foods Market, JPMorgan Chase (including Chase Bank, & Bank One), Bank of America, Lost Arrow (Patagonia), Wells Fargo (including Wachovia), Chevron (including Caltex, Texaco, Xpress Lube), eBay (including PayPal), Kenneth Cole, Nike, Midas (auto care), Marriott (including Courtyard, Fairfield, Renaissance, Ritz-Carlton, etc.), Johnson & Johnson, Staples (office/school supplies), Trader Joe’s (markets/supermarkets), Darden Restaurants (Bahama Breeze, The Capital Grille, LongHorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Season 52), Franchise Services (PIP, Signal Graphics, Sir Speedy), Ignite Restaurants (Brickhouse Tavern+Tap, Joe’s Crab Shack), ING (financial services), Kohl’s (department stores), and Mrs. Fields (cookies).

The American Cancer Society, Camp Fire, The Dr. Phil Foundation, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, Human Rights Watch, Kiwanis Clubs, the March of Dimes, Rotary Clubs, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and the YWCA. Also, AlphaGraphics (graphics/printing), Arizona Lotus (radio/television broadcasting), Blackjack Pizza (restaurants), BolchalkFReY Marketing (advertising/public relations), Kara-Line (Wild Carrots apparel), Lowe Enterprises (hotels/resorts/financing), Pizza Pizza (restaurants), Scolari’s Food & Drug, and Tiffany & Company

Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Way, Sam’s Club, Wal Mart, Center for American Progress, Toyota (Lexus, etc), Goldman Sachs, Mars Inc., Samsung, NBCUniversal, Comcast, T-Mobile, Center for Reproductive Rights, General Electric, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Motorola Mobility, La Senza, Ernst & Young, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, League of Women Voters, PINK, Limited Brands Foundation, Henri Bendel, General Motors, Best Buy, Allstate, Starbucks, Seattle’s Best Coffee, Visa, CVS, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Citigroup, Hurley, Tostitos, Kellogg’s, Converse, Walt Disney Company, Deutsche Bank, Levi Strauss, Dockers, Tides Foundation, General Mills, Delta Airlines, Hewlett-Packard, UNICEF (very likely), ABC News, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, 3M, Xerox, Intel, TJX Companies (TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods), U.S. Airways, Cisco Systems, Home Depot, Nordstrom, Groupon, Ford, Unilever (Ben and Jerry’s, etc), IKEA (likely), Safeway, Banana Republic, Target, Dow Chemical, Avon, Freddie Mac, Old Navy, OfficeDepot(OfficeMax, etc), Dell (likely), Exxon Mobil, BP(likely), Shell Oil (Jiffy Lube, etc), Sprint, DirectTV(likely), Fox Entertainment Group(note, this is NOT the same as Fox News), REI, Abercrombie & Fitch, Chrysler(likely), NFL, Aetna, Abbott Laboratories, UPS, Hollister, Lockheed Martin, Cigna, Procter & Gamble (likely), Belk, Honda, SunTrust, Taco Bell, Ralph Lauren, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Kimberly-Clark, Lancome(likely), Caterpillar, H-E-B, Sony(likely), Pizza Hut, Anheuser-Busch, YUMI Brands Foundation(KFC, etc), CBS, Walgreens, Chipotle, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Boeing, Prudential Financial and Insurance, Amazon, Texas Instruments, Discover, BB&T, Express Scripts Inc, MetLife, Sears, Dollar General, Master Card(possibly), Nestle, State Farm,

Geico, Dairy Queen (likely), Crayola, Barnes & Noble, Applebees, Subway, Campbell’s Soup, Hyvee, Fruit of the Loom, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, In-N-Out-Burger, Jack in the Box

Reddit, NAACP, ACLU, Verizon, Progressive Insurance, Pfizer, Oracle, Macy’s, Liberty Mutual, Intuit, Fannie Mae, Expedia, Energizer, Clorox, Adobe, AAA, Children’s Aid Society, Lions Club, Ronald McDonald House charities, Sierra Club, AARP, HRC (Human Rights Campaign), and NEA and ATF.


These groups are backing them (maybe not supporting them financially. though loads are on the list above)


A Fund, Inc. (Kentucky)

Abortion Care Network

AccessMatters

Access Reproductive Care-Southeast

ACCESS Women’s Health Justice (California)

Advocates for Youth

Alabama Reproductive Rights Advocates

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Civil Liberties Union

American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

American Medical Student Association

American Public Health Association

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Association of Reproductive Health Professionals

Atlanta Pro Choice Action Committee

Backline


Black Women’s Health Imperative

California Women’s Law Center

Catholics for Choice

Center for Reproductive Rights

Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law signs

Civil Liberties and Public Policy

CHOICES. Memphis Center for Reproductive Health

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR)

Emergency Medical Assistance, Inc. (Florida)

Feminist Majority

Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.

Healthy and Free Tennessee

Innovation Ohio

Institute for Science and Human Values, Inc.

Ibis Reproductive Health

Iowa Abortion Access Fund

Ipas

Jane’s Due Process, Inc.



Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts

Jewish Women International

Kentucky Health Justice Network

Legal Voice

Lilith Fund (Texas)

Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center

Maine Family Planning

Maine Women’s Lobby

Maryland Women’s Coalition for Health Care Reform

Medical Students for Choice

Metropolitan Community Church

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

NARAL Pro-Choice America

National Abortion Federation

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National Council of Jewish Women

National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association

National Health Law Program

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

National Network of Abortion Funds

National Organization for Women

National Partnership for Women & Families

National Women’s Health Network

National Women’s Law Center

Network for Reproductive Options (Oregon)

New Jersey Abortion Access Fund

New York Abortion Access Fund

Northwest Health Law Advocates

Options Fund (Wisconsin)

Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health

People For the American Way

Physicians for Reproductive Health

Population Connection Action Fund

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

Religious Institute

Reproductive Health Technologies Project

Secular Coalition for America

Service Employees International Union

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)

Society of Family Planning

South Carolina Coalition for Healthy Families

Southwest Women’s Law Center

Texas Equal Access Fund

The Freedom Fund (Colorado)

The National Crittenton Foundation

UltraViolet

Unitarian Universalist Association

URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity

Vermont Access to Reproductive Freedom Fund

Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health

Women for Women (Wyoming)

Women’s Health & Education Fund of Rhode Island

Women’s Law Project

Women’s Medical Fund, Inc. (Wisconsin)

Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (California)

Women’s Media Center


I found this on a Stand With Planned Parenthood list (apparently I think made by the other side; again, likely repeats, but maybe I found new ones.)


A Fund, Inc. (Kentucky)

Abortion Care Network

Access Matters

Access Reproductive Care-Southeast

ACCESS Women’s Health Justice

ACCESS Women’s Health Justice (California)

ACLU

Advocates for Youth



AFSCME

AIDS Action Baltimore

AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts

AIDS Alabama

Alabama Reproductive Rights Advocates

Alliance for Citizenship

Alliance for Justice

Amalgamated Transit Union

America Votes

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Civil Liberties Union

American Family Voices

American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO

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

American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

American Federation of Teachers

American Medical Student Association

American Public Health Association

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Andrew Goodman Foundation

Anti-Defamation League

Arizona Women’s Care

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC

Association of Reproductive Health Professionals

Association of University Centers on Disabilities

Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice

Atlanta Pro Choice Action Committee

Backline

Ballot Initiative Strategy Center

BCTGM International Union

BiNet USA

Bisexual Resource Center

Black Women’s Health Imperative

Blue mt clinic

Blueprint

Bonanza Oil Co., Dallas, TX

Br{ache the Silence

CAEAR Coalition

California Women’s Law Center

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center

Campaign for America’s Future

Casa de Esperanza

Cascade AIDS Project

Catholics for Choice

Center for Community Change

Center for Community Solutions

Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)

Center for Popular Democracy

Center for Reproductive Rights

Center for Women’s Global Leadership, Rutgers University

Center on Policy Iniatiatives

Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law

CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers

CenterLink:The Community of LGBT Centers

Central Conference of American Rabbis

Child and Family Resources, Inc.

CHOICES. Memphis Center for Reproductive Health

Civil Liberties and Public Policy

Coalition of Labor Union Women

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR)

Communications Workers of America

Community Extention Programs, Inc.

Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund

Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals

CREDO


DC Abortion Fund

DC Vote


DCCC

Democracy Alliance

Demos

Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund



Easter Seals Blake Foundation

Emergency Medical Assistance, Inc. (Florida)

EMILY’s List

Employee Rights Center

Equality Federation

Family Equality Council

Federation of American Women’s Clubs Overseas

Feminist Majority

Feminist Majority Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.

Freedom to Marry

Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders

Gender Action

GLAAD

GLMA: Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality



Global Justice Institute

GLSEN


Healthy and Free Tennessee

Hudson Pride Connections Center

Human Rights Campaign

Hyacinth AIDS Foundation

Ibis Reproductive Health

In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda

Indy Feminists

Innovation Ohio

Institute for Science and Human Values, Inc.

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers

International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission

Intimate Health Consulting

Iowa Abortion Access Fund

Ipas


Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights

Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts

Jane’s Due Process, Inc.

Jewish Council for Public Affairs

Jewish Women International

Kalamazoo Gay Lesbian Resource Center

Kara Kushaney

Kentucky Health Justice Network

Lambda Legal

Latino Commission on AIDS

Latino Justice PRLDEF

LatinoJustice PRLDEF

League of United Latin American Citizens

Legal Momentum

Legal Voice

LGBT Network

Lilith Fund (Texas)

Lillians List of NC

Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth

LPAC


Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center

Maine Family Planning

Maine Women’s Lobby

Make It Work Campaign

MALDEF

Marriage Equality USA



Maryland Women’s Coalition for Health Care Reform

MassEquality

Medical Students for Choice

Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center

Metropolitan Community Church

Metropolitan Community Churches

Minnesota AIDS Project

Ms. Foundation for Women

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Movement Advancement Project

MoveOn.org

NAACP


NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc

NARAL Pro-Choice America

NARAL Pro-Choice Montana

NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia

National Abortion Federation

National Action Network

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition

National Black Justice Coalition

National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC)

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National Center for Transgender Equality

National Council of Jewish Women

National Council of La Raza

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Education Association

National Fair Housing Alliance

National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association

National Health Law Program

National Immigration Law Center

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health Salud

National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

National Network of Abortion Funds

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Organization for Women

National Partnership for Women & Families

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

National Urban League

National Women’s Health Network

National Women’s Law Center

Network for Reproductive Options (Oregon)

New Jersey Abortion Access Fund

New York Abortion Access Fund

New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Projec

New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project

New York civil liberties union

NMAC


NO/AIDS Task Force (d.b.a. CrescentCare)

North Carolina Women United

Northwest Health Law Advocates

NOW


One Colorado

Options Fund (Wisconsin)

Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health

People For the American Way

PFLAG National

Physicians for Reproductive Health

PolicyLink

Politica NC

Population Connection Action Fund

Population Institute

Pride at Work

Pride Center of Staten Island

Pridelines Youth Services

Private citizen

Pro-Choice Arizona

Progress Missouri

Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada

ProgressNow Arizona

ProgressNow New Mexico

ProgressVA

Project Vote

Rainbow Center

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

Religious Institute

Reproductive Health Technologies Project

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)

Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Secular Coalition for America

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)

Sierra Club

Society of Family Planning

South Carolina Coalition for Healthy Families

Southern Poverty Law Center

Southwest Women’s Law Center

Southwest Women’s Law Center

State Representative Sarah Roberts

Texas Equal Access Fund

The Atlas Project

The Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program

The Freedom Fund (Colorado)

The Health Initiative

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The LOFT: LGBT Communtiy Services Center

The National Crittenton Foundation

The Workmen’s Circle

Trans People of Color Coalition

Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund

Triangle Community Center, Inc.

UltraViolet

Unitarian Universalist Association

URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity

USAction

Vermont Access to Reproductive Freedom Fund

Voices for Progress

Voto Latino

We Belong Together

Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health

Women Enabled International

Women for Women

Women for Women (Wyoming)

Women Graduates-USA

Women of Reform Judaism

Women’s Health & Education Fund of Rhode Island

Women’s Intercultural Network (WIN)

Women’s Media Center

Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (California)

Women’s Voices.Women Vote Action Fund

Women’s Law Project

Women’s Media Center

Women’s Medical Fund, Inc. (Wisconsin)

Women’s Research & Education Institute (WREI)

Working Families Party

(Note: Some of the companies, especially the ones that I got from 2ndVote, were only on the list as they donated to United Way. Not all United Way places donate to PP. Here is a list of those that do and don’t. http://www.2ndvote.com/UnitedWay )

More Planned Parenthood backers have been found:

PACESETTER ($10,000 – $24,999)

Goldman Sachs Gives

Pfizer Foundation

GROUNDBREAKER ($5,000 – $9,999)

General Electric United Way Giving Campaign

HMSDesign

Pfizer Foundation

Pfizer United Way Campaign

LEADER ($2,500 – $4,999)

Aetna Foundation

Agniel Commodities, LLC

Brenner, Saltzman & Wallman, LLP

Chace Ruttenberg & Freedman, LLP

Cigna


GE Foundation

Goodcopy Printing & Graphics

Johnson&Johnson

McKesson Medical Surgical

Don and Helene Hirschfeld Truist, Inc.

General Electric Co.

UPS

Women’s Health USA



Working Assets

ADVOCATE ($1,000 – $2,499)

Bank of America United Way Campaign

Bristol-Myers Squibb Employee Giving Program

Coach Matching Gift Program

Decorative Crafts, Inc.

ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc.

High End Landscape LLC

Illinois Tool Works Foundation

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Lindquist Insurance Associates, Inc.

Network for Good

The Prudential Foundation

Tug Hollow Corporation

United Technologies Employee Charitable Giving

The report also lists the following organizations as matching employee gifts:

Aetna Matching Gift Program

Aon Foundation

AT&T United Way Employee Giving

Bank of America Matching Gifts Program

Bristol-Myers Squibb Employee Giving Program

CHA, LLC

Coach Matching Gift Program

Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, LLC

Decorative Crafts, Inc.

ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc.

GE Foundation

Goldman Sachs Gives

IBM Employee Charitable Contributions Campaign

Illinois Tool Works Foundation

ING Employee Giving Campaign

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Mead Witter Foundation, Inc.

Network for Good

Pepsico Foundation, Inc.

Pew Charitable Trusts

Pfizer Foundation

The Prudential Foundation

The Stanley Works Matching Gifts

Travelers Foundation

Truist, Inc.

General Electric Co.

UPS


Johnson&Johnson

Cigna


The United Illuminating Company

United Technologies Matching Gift Program



(Source: http://dailysignal.com/2015/08/19/more-companies-that-have-donated-to-planned-parenthood/ )

Companies Actively Supporting Planned Parenthood


 Adobe Systems Incorporated
Alere Inc.
AnheuserBusch InBev SA
Ansell Limited
AOL Inc.
Applied Materials, Inc.
Bank of America Corp.
Bank of New York Mellon Corp., The
Bayer AG
BJ’s Restaurants, Inc.
Blackstone Group L.P., The
Brinker International, Inc.
Carlson Companies, Inc.
Charles Schwab Corporation, The
Chevron Corporation
CIGNA Corporation
*CocaCola Company, The
Community Bank System, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Cox Enterprises Inc.
Daimler AG
Eastern Bank Corp.
eBay Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company
Emerson Electric Co.
Equifax, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Estée Lauder Companies Inc., The
Freddie Mac
Fannie Mae
Gap Inc., The
General Electric Company
GlaxoSmithKline Plc
Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., The
Hess Corporation
Hillshire Brands Company
Home Depot, Inc., The
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KPMG L.L.P.
L Brands, Inc.
Laboratory Corp. of America Holdings
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
M&T Bank Corporation
Macy’s, Inc.
ManpowerGroup Inc.
Marriott International, Inc.
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
McKesson Corporation
Meredith Corporation
Nationwide Financial Services, Inc.
New York Times Company, The
Nike, Inc.
Northern Trust Corporation
Office Depot, Inc.
Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Procter & Gamble Company, The
Quest Diagnostics Inc.
Royal Bank of Canada
Southern Company
Southwest Airlines Co.
Staples, Inc.
Starbucks Corp.
Steelcase Inc.
T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.
Tenet Healthcare Corporation
Tiffany & Co.
Time Warner Inc.
TorontoDominion Bank, The
Tripadvisor Inc.
Unilever PLC
United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS)
Verizon Communications Inc.
Walt Disney Company, The
Wells Fargo & Co.
Whole Foods Market, Inc.

(*Note: at the time this list was prepared, Coca-Cola was still a Planned Parenthood sponsor.  They have since claimed to have withdrawn all support.)

Source: http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/us/these-77-major-companies-still-support-planned-parenthood

Companies Donating Directly to Planned Parenthood



1. Adobe

2. American Cancer Society
3. American Express
4. AT&T
5. Avon
6. Bank of America
7. Bath & Body Works
8. Ben & Jerry’s
9. Clorox
10. Coca-Cola
11. Converse
12. Deutsche Bank
13. Dockers
14. Energizer
15. Expedia
16. ExxonMobil
17. Fannie Mae
18. Ford
19. Groupon
20. Intuit
21. Johnson & Johnson
22. La Senza
23. Levi Strauss
24. Liberty Mutual
25. Macy’s
26. March of Dimes
27. Microsoft
28. Morgan Stanley
29. Nike
30. Oracle
31. PepsiCo
32. Pfizer
33. Progressive
34. Starbucks
35. Susan G. Komen
36. Tostitos
37. Unilever
38. United Way
39. Verizon
40. Wells Fargo
41. Xerox

Source: http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/us/the-41-companies-that-donate-directly-to-planned-parenthood-will-shock-you

Foundations Aiding Planned Parenthood


The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation – $230,915,706

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation – $22,827,000

Open Society Institute – $18,350,000

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation – $14,691,659

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – $14,521,748

Ford Foundation – $13,486,250 (Cecile Richards serves on the board)

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program – $10,031,210

The Huber Foundation – $6,200,000

The Educational Foundation of America – $3,478,800

The JPB Foundation – $3,323,993

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation – $2,900,000

Dyson Foundation – $2,463,000

George D. Smith Fund, Inc. – $2,200,000

Houston Endowment Inc. – $2,200,000

The Grove Foundation – $2,164,500

The Holland Foundation – $2,055,000

James and Rebecca Morgan Family Foundation – $1,985,000

Tulsa Community Foundation – $1,951,296

Peierls Foundation – $1,848,600

The Perot Foundation – $1,780,000

Boston Foundation, Inc. – $1,779,300

The California Wellness Foundation – $1,550,000

The Minneapolis Foundation – $1,509,142

The New York Community Trust – $1,456,450

The Offield Family Foundation – $1,350,000

F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. – $1,325,000

Erik E. and Edith H. Bergstrom Foundation – $1,316,676

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation – $1,200,000

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Inc. – $1,140,000

Weingart Foundation – $1,132,600

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation – $1,066,129

Source: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/alatheia-larsen/2015/07/31/planned-parenthoods-biggest-donors-gave-374-million-four-years.



Source: http://dailysignal.com/2015/07/23/planned-parenthood-pulls-names-of-corporate-donors-after-coca-cola-ford-and-xerox-object/.

Employers Matching Employee Contribution to Planned Parenthood


Fannie May

Avon


Clorox

Levi-Strauss

Macy’s

Exxon Mobil



Verizon

American Express

Nike

Credo Mobile



Royce Leather

Aetna Matching Gift Program

Aon Foundation

AT&T United Way Employee Giving

Bank of America Matching Gifts Program

Bristol-Myers Squibb Employee Giving Program

CHA, LLC

Coach Matching Gift Program

Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, LLC

Decorative Crafts, Inc.

ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc.

GE Foundation

Goldman Sachs Gives

IBM Employee Charitable Contributions Campaign

Illinois Tool Works Foundation

ING Employee Giving Campaign

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Mead Witter Foundation, Inc.

Network for Good

PepsiCo Foundation, Inc.

Pew Charitable Trusts

Pfizer Foundation

The Prudential Foundation

The Stanley Works Matching Gifts

Travelers Foundation

Truist, Inc.

General Electric Co.

UPS


Johnson & Johnson

Cigna


The United Illuminating Company

United Technologies Matching Gift Program

Source: http://dailysignal.com/2015/07/23/we-asked-companies-about-their-donations-to-planned-parenthood-heres-how-they-responded/.

Source: http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/more-companies-that-donate-to-planned-parenthood

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One Voice International Supporters


Alliance for Middle East Peace

Three Faiths Forum

Alliance for Peacebuilding

Association of British Muslims

The Council of Christians and Jews

Christian Muslim Forum

City Circle Group

UK Conservative Party

Crown Family Philanthropies

DOTSUB


Elay’s Network

European Commission

Generations for Peace

Google


Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program

High Atlas Foundation

UK Labor Party

Labor Friends of Israel

Labor Friends of Palestine and the Middle East

British Muslims for Secular Democracy

New Israel Fund

The Rayne Foundation

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts

Skoll Foundation

The Nathan Cummings Foundation

The Eranda Foundation

Waltham Forest Council

Wandsworth Council

Westminister Foundation for Democracy

Woolf Institute

Yachad


Source: https://www.onevoicemovement.org/partners

We Belong Together Buddies


the American Association of Pastoral Counselors; the American Muslim Health Professionals; the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education; the Association of Professional Chaplains; B’nai B’rith International; the Buddhist Peace Fellowship; Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good; Catholics United; the Center for Community Change; the Center for Immigrant Healthcare Justice; the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church; the Disciples Justice Action Network; the Episcopal Church of America; the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Faithful Reform in Healthcare; the Gamaliel Foundation; the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church; the HealthCare Chaplaincy; the Hindu Temple Society of North America; the Home Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention; Interfaith Worker Justice; the Islamic Medical Association of North America; the Islamic Society of North America; the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation; the National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd; the National Association of Jewish Chaplains; the National Council of Jewish Women; NETWORK - A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby; the Network of Spiritual Progressives; the PICO National Network; the Presbyterian Church (USA); Presbyterian Senior Services; the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice; the RESULTS Faith in Action Project; the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference; School of the Americas WatchSojourners Magazine; the Southern Christian Leadership ConferenceMichael Lerner's Tikkun Magazine; the Union for Reform Judaism; the United Church of Christ; the Vesper Society; and Women of Reform Judaism

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7481


Idaho Community Action Network Buddies

REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS


  • Alliance for a Just Society

  • Applied Research Center (ARC)

  • Center for Community Change (CCC)

  • National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

  • Pineros Y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN)

  • United Farmworkers Foundation

STATEWIDE ALLIES


  • Idaho Human Rights Education Center

  • Catholic Charities of Idaho

  • Centro de Comunidad y Justicia

  • Community Council of Idaho

  • Idaho Hispanic Caucus

  • Boise State University Student Diversity & Inclusion 

Source: http://idahocan.org/category/about/who-we-are/

Montana Organizing Project Buddies

Community


Angela’s Piazza

Center for Rural Affairs

Fallon County Federal Credit Union

Helena Service of Peace and Justice

Indian People’s Action

Montana Small Business Alliance

Strike Debt Helena

Faith


First Congregational UCC- Billings

St. Pius X Catholic Church- Billings

Congregation Har Shalom- Missoula

University Congregational UCC- Missoula


Labor


Greater Yellowstone Central Labor Council

Missoula Central Labor Council

UNITE HERE! 427

United Association (UA) of Plumbers and Pipefitters 30

SEIU Healthcare 775 NW

United Steel Workers 11-443

Northwest Carpenters

Southwest Montana Central Labor Council

United Steel Workers 11-470 (ExxonMobil)

United Steel Workers 11-470 (Phillips 66)

Source: http://montanaorganizingproject.org/about/who-we-are/

Main Street Alliance Buddies

California


A & S Floor coving

ABAY Alterations

All About u Boutique

Ana floral Design

ASAP Printing

Bar Keepers

Blue Earth Digital Printing

Cafe Tropical

Costume Co-op

Denise Variety Shop

Dust Muffin

El Pollo Pio Pio

Girasol Liquidaciones

Gloria’s Flowers

Goody Store

GreenCo Studios Rentals

Harman Press

Income Tax Services

Joe’s Auto Park

Juniper & Lane vintage

Kevins Party

Muto-Little Inc

My Muse

Romero Sports Wear



Universal Sales Agency

Whale & Ale

Woodland Hill Printing

Source: http://www.mainstreetalliance.org/california


Color of Change Buddies

Corporate Partners


The Art of Shaving

Communications Workers of America (CWA)

Comcast/NBC Universal

Gilead


Gray Goose Vodka

Hilton Worldwide

Office Depot

Showtime


Wells Fargo

Source: https://www.creatingchange.org/sponsors/color-of-change/


Sponsors


AARP

AIDS United

Tzdek

The Anderson Prize Foundation



Arcus Foundation

Big Delicious Planet

Johnson Family Foundation

EMD Serono

United Church of Christ

Verizon

Programming


AIDS Foundation of Chicago

David Bohnett

Bolder Giving

E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation

Chicago Theological Seminary

Colorofchange.org

CrowdCompass

PepsiCo


Planned Parenthood

Polk Brothers Foundation

Seed

ThoughtWorks



TREVOR

ultraviolet

Wet

Supporter


Casswood Insurance Agency, Ltd.
Crossroads Fund
Google
LGBTQ Giving Council of Chicago Foundation for Women
National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
Netroots Nation
NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
Pacific Grove Hospital
Peace Corps.
Production Solutions
Project Design Company
Woods Fund Chicago

Media Sponsors

Platinum


Gay ad Network

Next Magazine

OutFront Colorado

PGN


Windy City Times

Washington Blade


Gold


BioMag

Gay City


Source: https://www.creatingchange.org/sponsors/

RINO Media Guys


The Wall Street Journal

Fox News


Politico

Code PINK Buddies


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

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


COS Article V Opponents

States

Arizona


Andy Biggs

Lousiana


John Alario

Nebraska


Senators Baker, Bloomfiled, Bolz, Brasch, Campbell, Chambers, Cook, Crawford, Davis, Ken Haar, Hadley, Hansen, Burke Harr, Howard, Kolowski, Krist, McCollister, Mello, Morfeld, Pansing Brooks, Schumacher, Seiler, Stinner, Sullivan, Williams

Source: http://www.cosaction.com/ebke_letter/?recruiter_id=31606

Oklahoma



Texas


Craig Estes

West Virginia


Tim Armstead

Organizations


Eagle Forum

John Birch Society

National Association for Gun Rights

Peace and Security Funders Group Buddies


Abigail Disney and Pierre Hauser

American Jewish World Service

Arca Foundation

Bridgeway Foundation

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Catalyst for Peace

Channel Foundation

Charitable Foundation

Chino Cienega Foundation

Christian Ettinger

Colombe Foundation

Compton Foundation

CrossCurrents Foundation

Cynda Collins Arsenault

El Hibri Charitable Foundation

Ford Foundation

Foundation for Middle East Peace

GHR Foundation

Global Fund for Women

Global Peace Building Foundation

GPD Charitable Trust

HAND Foundation

Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

Heinrich Böll Stiftung North America

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Humanity United

Hunt Alternatives Fund

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict

Joan Hadden

Jubitz Family Foundation

Leith Greenslade

MADRE


Millstreet Foundation

Milton Lauenstein

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Stewart R. Mott Foundation

Nexus Fund

New Israel Fund

NoVo Foundation

Oak Foundation

One Earth Future Foundation

Patricia J. Cooper

Peace Development Fund

Peace Direct

Ploughshares Fund

PRBB Foundation

Prospect Hill Foundation

Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust

Rotary Foundation

Samuel Rubin Foundation

Secure World Foundation

Skoll Global Threats Fund

Alan B. Slifka Foundation

Stanley Foundation

Steiner King Foundation

Urgent Action Fund

Urgent Action Fund-Africa

Wellspring Advisors, LLC

Source: http://peaceandsecurity.org/member-organizations/

National Priorities Project Buddies


350.org

The American Friends Service Committee

Americans for Tax Fairness

Campaign for America's Future

Caring Across Generations

Center for Effective Government

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Coalition on Human Need

Council for a Livable World

Daily Kos

Democracy Collaborative

Economic Policy Institute

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)

Investigative News Network

Jobs With Justice

MomsRising

National People's Action

National Women's Law Center

NETWORK

New Economy Coalition



Participatory Budgeting Project

Peace Action

People for the American Way

Project on Government Oversight

Roosevelt Institute Campus Network

Social Security Works

Sunlight Foundation

USAction


The United States Student Association

Win Without War

Women's Action for New Directions (WAND)

Young Invincibles

Source: https://www.nationalpriorities.org/about/partners/

Companies Replacing Americans with Foreign Guest Workers


Abbott Labs
Accenture
Adobe Systems, Inc.
Aetna
Agilent Technologies
Alcatel-Lucent
Altera Co.
AMD
American Express
Anthem BCBS
AOL
Apple Inc
Applied Materials, Inc.
AT&T
Autodesk, Inc.
Bank of America
BlackBerry
Broadcom
CA Technologies
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Cargill
Caterpillar
Chrysler
Cigna
Cisco
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Corning
Dell
Disney
Eastman Kodak Company
eBay
EMC2
Ericsson Inc.
Facebook
Fossil Group
GE
GM
Google
Harley Davidson
Hartford Financial Services
Hertz
Hewlett-Packard Co.
IBM
Infosys
Intel Corporation
Intuit, Inc.
Lenovo
Lexmark International, Inc.
Lucent
Marriott
Micron Technology, Inc.
Microsoft
Monster Worldwide, Inc.
New York Life
NCR Corporation
Nielsen Media Research
Nokia
Northeast Utilities
Oracle
Panasonic
Qualcomm
Ricoh Americas
Samsung
SAP
Scheider-Electric
Siemens
Sony Electronics, Inc.
Southern California Edison
Symantec
Synopsys
Toys R Us
TCS
Teradata Corporation
Texas Instruments
United Healthcare
USAA
UTC
VeriSign
Verizon
VMWare
Voya
WalMart
WellPoint
Xerox

Source: Found this list posted in a comment here: http://www.sciencemag.org/careers/2016/03/displaced-american-stem-workers-spur-senate-hearing


PA United to Amend Buddies


Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN)

Wolf PAC Pennsylvania (Not affiliated with Governor Tom Wolf)

The Citizens Reform Group

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


Alliance of Baptists Buddies


Church World Service www.cwsglobal.org/

Churches for Middle East Peace cmep.org 
Latin American Peace Conference https://www.facebook.com/Comunidadbautistalatinoam...

Latin American Working Group www.lawg.org/

National Council of Churches of Christ www.nationalcouncilofchurches.us/

National Farm Worker Ministry nfwm.org/

Source: http://allianceofbaptists.org/PCP/ministry_partners


FACE Buddies


  • Center For Community Change

  • Defend Oahu Coalition

  • Family Promise Hawaii

  • Hawai’i People’s Fund

  • Hawaiian Community Assets

  • Interfaith Alliance of Hawai’i

  • Kanu Hawaii

  • National CAPACD

Source: http://facehawaii.org/about-us/allies/

Maui Members


  • Ala Lani United Methodist Church (English and Tongan congregations)

  • Catholic Charities Hawaii

  • Christ the King Catholic Church (English and Spanish congregations)

  • Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

  • Holy Innocents Episcopal Church

  • Honolua United Methodist Church

  • Housing for the Local Person

  • Jewish Congregation of Maui

  • Kula Catholic Community

  • Labor Community Services

  • Lahaina United Methodist Church (English and Tongan congregations)

  • Maria Lanakila Catholic Church (English and Spanish congregations)

  • Maui Marshallese Ministry

  • Maui Unite

  • Na Hoaloha (MIVC)

  • New Life Community

  • St. Anthony Catholic Church

  • St. John’s Episcopal Church

  • St. Rita Catholic Church

  • St. Theresa Catholic Church (English and Spanish congregations)

  • Save Honolua Coalition

  • The Christian Ministry

  • United Church of Christ Pohnpei

  • UNITE-HERE Local 5

  • Wailuku Union Church

Source: http://facehawaii.org/about-us/maui-members/

Oahu Members


  • Aldersgate United Methodist Church

  • Calvary by the Sea Lutheran Church

  • Christ Church Uniting Disciples and Presbyterians

  • Church of the Crossroads United Church of Christ

  • Congregation Sof Ma’arav

  • Ecumenical Association for Housing (EAH)

  • Episcopal Church of West Oahu

  • Harris United Methodist Church

  • Kahalu’u United Methodist Church

  • Keolumana United Methodist Church

  • Kilohana United Methodist Church

  • Mu-Ryang-Sa Buddhist Temple of Hawai’i

  • Nu’uanu Congregational Church

  • Ohana Family of the Living God

  • Our Lady of the Mount Catholic Church

  • Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church

  • St. John Vianney Catholic Church

  • St. Andrew’s Cathedral – The Episcopal Diocese of Hawai’i

  • St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church

  • Trinity United Methodist Church

  • UNITE-HERE Local 5

  • Wahiawa United Methodist Church

  • Wesley United Methodist Church

Source: http://facehawaii.org/about-us/oahu-member-units/

$$$ Out! People In! Buddies


99 Rise

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence (Bay Area)

California Common Cause (Bay Area)

The California Disclose Act

California LULAC Institute

Central Contra Costa County Move On Council

East Bay Move to Amend

Free Speech for People

Mount Diablo Peace and Justice Center

Represent US

Sunflower Alliance

Todos Unidos

Tri-Valley MoveOn Council

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


Move To Amend Buddies


After Downing Street

Alliance for Democracy*

American Friends Service Committee

American Friends Service Committee – NE Ohio*

Backbone Campaign

Black Agenda Report*

BuzzFlash

Center for Corporate Policy

Center for Media and Democracy*

Code Pink

Coffee Party USA

Democracy Unlimited*

Detroit Women of Color

Family Farm Defenders

Friends of the Earth

Global Exchange

Independent Progressive Politics Network*

Liberty Tree Foundation*

National Lawyers Guild*

North Carolina AFL-CIO

Organic Consumers Association

Peace Action

Peace and Freedom Party of California

Peaceful Uprising

People-Centered Development Forum

Portland Jobs with Justice

Program on Corporations Law and Democracy*

Progressive Democrats of America*

Reclaim Democracy*

Ruckus Society

Sebastopol Grange

Shays 2


Sierra Club

smartMeme

The Pachamama Alliance

Ultimate Civics*

Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community

Velvet Revolution

Vermont for Single Payer

Veterans For Peace

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom*

Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church

Pottawattamie County Iowa Republican Party

1% A Peace Army

19 Organizations

2013 National OCCUPY Gathering

A New Way Forward

Abolish Corporate Personhood Now

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

Agricultural Permitting Services, LLC

Alachua County Democratic Executive Committee

Alachua County Democratic Party

Alachua County Green Party

Alaska Public Interest Research Group (AkPIRG)

Alaska Women for Political Action (AWPA)

Alliance for Progressive Values

American Independent Business Alliance

Americans for Healthcare

Americans Who Tell The Truth

Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Animal Medical, Inc.

Anti-War Committee

APS, LLC

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

AWAKE Palm Beach County

Banner Grange 627

Barbour County Democratic Women

Berkeley Fellowship of Universalist Unitarians, Social Justice Committee

Berks Gas Truth

BitJazz Inc.

Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project

Bullfrog Communities

Bus For Progress

California State Grange

Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for Corporate Policy

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

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

Central Ohio Green Education Fund

CGR Consulting

CirclesWork!

CitizenControl.org

Citizens for Legitimate Government

Citizens for Peaceful Resolutions

Citizens Institute for Public Policy

City Lights Books in San Francisco

Civic Satisfaction

Clay Street Counseling and Consulting

Clifton Citizens to End Corporate Rule

Clove Valley CSA at Outback Farm

Coal Moratorium Now!

Coalition of Concerned Patriots

CoalSwarm

Coast Democratic Club of Mendocino County

Colorado Community Rights Network

Columbus Free Press

Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

Commonomics USA

Commonweal Institute

Community Democracy Project

Community Organizing Center

Community Unitarian Universalist Church

Compassion dba Small Change

Concerned Citizens of Tioga County

Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Connect The Dots For Democracy

Constitution Restoration Cooperative Association

Cook Inletkeeper

Corporation Separation Movement

Counter Culture Frozen Yogurt Mansfield Road

CounterCorp

Culver City Democratic Club

Darla House Mission Church

Dave Swager Photography

Dayton Miami Valley AFL-CIO Regional Labor Council

Declaration of Reindependence

Defiance Citizens For Change

Democracy Amendment Coalition of Massachusetts-West

Democracy for America (DFA) Palm Beach County

Democracy for America of Fairfield County, Connecticut

Democracy for Missouri

Democracy for Montgomery County

Democracy for Pittsburgh

Democratic Committee of Essex County, NY

Democratic Socialists of Central Ohio

Democrats United for Progress

DGC Press

Dick Eiden for Congress 2012

District 7 West Move On Council

Divide Democrats

DocExamPro LLC

Drake Law Firm

DuPage County Green Party

East Bay Peace Action

Eastern Washington Voters

Eat Drink Politics

Eco-Eating

EcoBirth-Women for Earth and Birth

EcoJive


Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church

Essex County, New York, Democratic Committee

Ethical Business Society

Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia (EHSoP)

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, OH

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

Florida Immigrant Coalition

Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER)

Florida Voters Coalition

Food & Water Watch

Free Speech For People

Friends for a Nonviolent World

Full Moon Sanctuary Church

GlobalSolutionsMN.org

GMO Free USA

Gordon, Elias & Seely

Grace Productions, Inc.

Grandmothers for Peace – Twin Cities

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

Greater Northwest Ohio AFL-CIO Endorsement

Greater Peoria Progressive Coalition

Green Democratic Club of Sacramento County

Green Party of Dallas County

Green Party of Florida

Green Party of Hamilton County Ohio

Green Party of Humboldt County

Green Party of Minnesota

Green Party of Monroe County, NY

Green Party of Monterey County

Green Party of Ohio

Green Party of San Mateo County

Green Party of Santa Fe

Green Party of Skagit County

Green Party of Suffolk

Green Party of Tennessee

Green Party of Washington State

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

Greenway Flooring, LLC

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

HEAL Utah

Health Care for All Oregon

Heartwood

Herbert Law Offices

Hinds & Associates

Hip Hop Congress

Human Agenda

Humanist Community of Central Ohio

Humboldt Bay Veterans for Peace

Information Press

Inner Works Acupuncture and Physical Therapy

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

International Longshore and Warehouse Union

Iowa Sierra Club

Jabar Injury

Jackson County Democrats/ Occupy Ashland

Justice Through Music

Kentucky Education Association

Kitchel Family Organic Farm

Klamath Sustainable Communities

Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church

Lake County Democratic Club

Larry Packwood Builder

Las Vegas (NM) Peace and Justice Center

Law Offices of Bill Black

Lawmaker Ethics.org

Leftist Marching Band

Local 20/20 – A Transition Town Initiative

Lompoc Democratic Club

Lompoc Films endorsed petition to Lompoc City Council

Lotus Tribe

lowercase d

Macalester Plymouth United Church

Macrocosm USA

Main Street Alliance of Oregon

Maine Citizens for Clean Elections

Mainstreet Moms

Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Media Action Center

Metro Justice, Inc.

Michael Cavlan US Senate Campaign

MichieHamlett

Middle Class Clout

Miller Law Offices

Miniprotests.com

Minnesota AFL-CIO

Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers

MN Citizens Federation N.E.

MN Pachamama Community

Montgomery County Progressive Alliance

Mountain Vista Unitarian Universalist

Move On – Vancouver Washington Chapter

MoveOn Council of South Palm Beach/ North Broward Counties

MoveOn metro Denver council

MoveOn.org Southern Alameda County Council

National Consortium of What’s Happening Now

National Lawyers Guild of Minnesota

Nature Coast Unitarian Universalists Inc. of Citrus Springs FL

Needs of the People Foundation

Nelson Smith

Network for Environmental and Economic Responsibility of United Church of Christ

New Harmony Watch

New Progressive Alliance

New York Democracy Group

New York Occupy Wall Street Restore Democracy Working Group

No Money Congress

No More Stolen Elections!*

No More Victims

North Shore Labor Council

Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice

NY Against Fracking

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

Occupy Amherst

Occupy Baltimore

Occupy Berkshires

Occupy COMO – Columbia, MO

Occupy Danbury

Occupy Falmouth

Occupy Hendersonville (NC)

Occupy Houston

Occupy Merced

Occupy Moab

Occupy Mountain View

Occupy Naperville

Occupy Newport Corporate Personhood Group

Occupy North Palm Beach

Occupy Oakland Local Business Liaison Committee

Occupy Oceanside

Occupy Our Home

Occupy Palm Beach County, Florida

Occupy Port Townsend

Occupy Rockford

Occupy Sacramento

Occupy Saint Paul

Occupy Salem Oregon

Occupy San Fernando Valley

Occupy Santa Rosa

Occupy Seattle’s Get Money Out of Politics workgroup

Occupy Space Coast

Occupy Springfield Missouri

Occupy Tucson

OccupyKst

OccupyWNC

Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans

Ohio Conference on Fair Trade

Oil Change International

One Goal Campaign

Opednews.com

Orange County Peace Coalition

Our Voice Matters

Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice

Pacific Green Party of Oregon

Palm Beach County Chapter of the Network of Spiritual Progressives

Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition

Palm Desert Greens Democratic Club

Palomar Unitarian Universalist Peace and Justice Ministry

Patriots for Change

Patriots Grow Alliance

Peace & Justice Center of Nevada County

Peace Action of San Mateo County

Peace Education and Action Center

Peace Education Center of Greater Lansing

Peace Network of the Ozarks

PeaceWorks KC

Pediatric Psychology of Connecticut, LLC

Pediatric Psychology of New York, PLLC

Peninsula Peace and Justice Center

PennVentures, Inc.

Pensacola Patriots for Peace

Pensacola Solutions Project

People Against Chemical Tresspass

People For A New Society

People for Peace and Justice Sandusky County

People’s Democratic Club of Santa Cruz County

Permaculture Activist Magazine

Petaluma Grange

Point Nine Nine, .99 Advocacy Fund

Porterhouse LTD

Proaction Associates

Progpen Consulting, Inc.

Progressive Coalition of Northern New York

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

Progressive Democrats of America – Arizona

Progressive Democrats of America, Ohio Chapter

Progressive Party of Oregon

Progressive Peace Coalition

Progressive Push

Prosperity Agenda

Public Banking Institute

Raleigh-Wake MoveOn Council

Re-Employ America

Reasonable Solutions OWS Philadelphia

Reclaiming the American Dream team

Redwood Alliance

Refuge Ministries of Tampa Bay

Restore Sanity and Take Back America

River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

RTSV United

Sacramento for Democracy

Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation AFL-CIO

San Diego Clean Elections

San Diego Computer Consulting

Santa Monica City Council

Sarasota Alliance for Fair Elections (SAFE)

Sarasota County Council Of Neighborhood Associations

Second Sister Solutions

SEIU Local 503, Oregon Public Employees Union

Sentient Times

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

Sierra Club, Manatee Sarasota Group

Sierra Club, Osage group of the Missouri Chapter

Sierra Club, Thomas Hart Benton group of the Missouri Chapter

Siskiyou Progressive Alliance

Smiling Bear Woodcrafts

Snader Law Group

Social Action Committee UU Church of Brevard Melbourne FL

Social Action Committee, UU church, Newburyport MA

Social Justice Committee of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Marion Co.

Social Justice Council of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs

Social Justice Council, Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater, FL

Solano Peace, Justice & Freedom Coalition

South Carolina Progressive Network

South Country Peace Group

South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice

South West Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice

Southern Illinois People for Progress

Southwest Ohio Green PAC

Split This Rock Poetry Festival

Squadron 13 Aviation Museum

St Petersburg Greens

Sterns & Walker

Suffolk Peace Network

Surf Dog Enterprises LLC

Surrano Law Offices

Sustainable Living Systems

Syracuse Peace Council

Take Back America for the People

Tao Sun Promotions

Texas Democratic Women

Texas Democratic Women of Ellis County

The 28ers

The 99% of Newark and East Central Ohio

The Ahimsa Store

The American Institute for Progressive Democracy (TAIPD)

The Bridge

The Canary Coalition

The City Council of Oberlin, Ohio

The City of Silverton Oregon

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

The Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive

The David and Goliath Project

The Enviro Show

The Hampton Institute

The Impartial Review, LLC

The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester

The Last American Vagabond

The Link

The Main Street Alliance

The Missouri Chapter of the Sierra Club

The Ohio Farmers Union

The Pachamama Alliance

The Pacific Green Party

The People For Peace Project

The People’s Congress

The Save America Now Project

The Taos Group

The Universal Center for Peace and Development.

The Women’s Network, Advocates for Democratic Principles

theRevolutionCenter

Thwink.org

Time to Amend

Tioga Peace and Justice

Tom Dwyer Automotive Services

Treasure Coast Progressive Alliance

TriLibrium

Triple L, Ink Graphic Design

Twin Cities Peace Campaign

Umpqua Chapter of the Pacific Green Party

Unitarian Fellowship of South Florida

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

Unitarian Universalist Church of Brevard

Unitarian Universalist Church of Corpus Christi, TX

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County

Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs

Unitarian Universalist Community of Cambria

Unitarian Universalist Congregation East

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem Oregon

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Social Justice Team

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice, Florida – Social Justice Committee

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville, FL

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St Augustine, FL

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Vero Beach, FL – Social Justice Committee

Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of Florida (UULMF)

Unitarian Universalist Parish of Monson – Social Action Committee

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Committee of Fresno

Unitarian Universalist Society of the Daytona Beach Area, Inc.

Unitarian Universalists of Grants Pass fellowship

Unitarian Universalists of Pensacola

Unitarian Universalitst Church of Sarasota – Social Justice Committee

United Auto Workers, Local 2865 (CA)

United for a Fair Economy

United Progressives

United to Save Our Democracy

United Wisconsin

Upper Arlington Progressive Action

Upright U.S.A.

US Day of Rage

US Uncut


Vermont for Single Payer

Vermont Political Revolution Corporation

Veterans For Peace Chapter 27

Victoria Armigo, EA

Video Rodeo, Inc.

Voting Matters

Wamend

We Are One, Inc.



WELL Willits Economic LocaLization

Wendler Law, PC

West Virginia Highlands Conservancy

West Yolo Democratic Club

Western New York Peace Center, Inc.

Wettermark & Keith LLC

WildWood Productions

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign

WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio in Tampa, FL

Women Against Military Madness

Women Occupy San Diego

Worcester (MA) Democratic Committee

WSLR, Inc.

Wunderman Comics

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

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


Democracy Spring Buddies


15 Now Philly

99Rise


100 Grannies for a Livable Future

act.tv


African American Ministers in Action

American Ethical Union

American Family Voices

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

Avaaz

Backbone Campaign



Big Apple Coffee Party

Brave New Films

Catholics United

Center for Biological Diversity

Center for the Working Poor

Citizen Action NY

Code Pink

Coffee Party USA

Columbus Campaign for Arms Control

Conscious Elders Network

Courage Campaign

Ctzn Well

Demand Progress

Democracy Chronicles

Democracy Coffee

Democracy for America

Democracy Matters

Democratic Socialists of America

Demos

Dolores Huerta Foundation



East Coast Cannabis Coalition (ECCC)

East Point Peace Academy

Elder Activists

Elders Climate Action

Every Voice

Energy Action Coalition

Food & Water Watch

Franciscan Action Network

Friends of the Earth

Get Money Out – Maryland

Human Earth Animal Liberation (HEAL)

Hightower Lowdown

Institute for Policy Studies

Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC)

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Jewish Voice for Peace

Just Foreign Policy

Leadership Development Initiative

March Against Corruption

March Against Monsanto

Maryland Committee to Amend

Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN)

MAYDAY.US

Money Out! People In!

MoveOn

National Organization for Women (NOW)



National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

National People’s Action

Network of Spiritual Progressives/ Tikkun Magazine

New Hampshire Rebellion

Occupy Catholics

Office of the Americas

Other 98%

PA United to Amend

Pay 2 Play

Peace Action

People Demanding Action

People for Bernie

People for the American Way

People Over Politics

People’s Empowerment Project

Pride at Work-New York City/Long Island

Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC)

Progressive Democrats of America

Public Citizen

Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU)

ReThink Media

RootsAction

Rootskeeper.org

Rootstrikers

Shalom Center

Small Planet Institute

Social Security Works

South Central Wisconsin United To Amend

Stamp Stampede

Stop Police Terror Project DC

Sustain US

Unitarian Universalist Association

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County

United Native Americans

United for Peace and Justice

United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS)

United States Student Association (USSA)

United We Dream

U.S. Climate Plan

Ursulines of Tildonk for Justice & Peace

We are Woman

We the People Massachusetts

WildEarth Guardians

WolfPAC


Women’s Promise

Working Families Party

Workmen’s Circle

World Beyond War

Yes Men

Young Democratic Socialists



Youth Jobs Coalition / We Have a Future

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


Open Society Buddies


Name total 2005 – 2009

1 Media Development Loan Fund, Inc. $15,695,001.00

2 Drug Policy Alliance $12,500,001.00

3 Tides Foundation $11,038,490.00

4 American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc. $10,979,901.00

5 The Alliance for Climate Protection $10,000,001.00

6 Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe $8,522,874.00

7 Indiana University $7,041,542.00

8 Bard College $7,034,744.00

9 Equal Justice Works $6,513,501.00

10 Proteus Fund Inc. $6,440,000.00

11 Economic Policy Institute $6,435,001.00

12 The Revenue Watch Institute (RWI reports 9,200,000 from

Soros) $6,193,981.00

13 Center for Community Change $5,828,251.00

14 Center for American Progress $5,509,991.00

15 Public Interest Projects $5,201,501.00

16 International Crisis Group $5,025,001.00

17 Fund for the European University at St. Petersburg $5,000,001.00

18 The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City $5,000,001.00

19 William J. Brennan Jr. Center for Justice Inc. $4,571,001.00

20 The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy $4,281,501.00

21 Ministry of Education Republic of Liberia $4,250,001.00

22 Center on Budget and Policy Priorities $3,778,001.00

23 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund,

Inc. $3,755,901.00

24 The Baltic-American Partnership Fund, Inc. $3,698,471.00

25 The Trustees of Columbia University $3,613,795.00

26 People for the American Way Foundation $3,450,301.00

27 New America Foundation $2,931,876.00

28 Justice at Stake $2,564,946.00

29 Equal Justice Society $2,270,001.00

30 The Advancement Project $2,215,001.00

31 National Legal Aid and Defender Association $2,177,001.00

32 Center for New York City Neighborhoods $2,050,001.00

33 New Visions for Public Schools, Inc. $2,000,001.00

34 Center for Public Interest Research $1,867,501.00

35 Institute on Medicine as a Profession, Inc. Columbia

College of Physicians and Surgeons $1,810,001.00

36 Alliance for Open Society International, Inc. $1,790,834.00

37 Human Rights Watch Inc. $1,712,648.00

38 Demos: A Network for Ideas and Action $1,700,001.00

39 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace $1,680,419.00

40 Community Rights Council $1,550,001.00

41 The Sentencing Project $1,502,501.00

42 Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama $1,500,901.00

43 New York University $1,494,765.00

44 Citizens Planning and Housing Association of Baltimore $1,475,001.00

45 Council of State Governments $1,466,668.00

46 Safe and Sound Baltimore Campaign $1,445,001.00

47 The Central European University $1,418,675.00

48 United States Student Association $1,409,001.00

49 League of Young Voters Education $1,400,001.00

50 National Juvenile Defender Center $1,400,001.00

51 American Bar Association Fund for Justice $1,374,729.00

52 Public Justice Center Inc. $1,322,951.00

53 National Security Archive Fund Inc. $1,306,251.00

54 Vera Institute of Justice $1,303,751.00

55 Alliance for Justice $1,300,001.00

56 Earth Island Institute $1,300,001.00

57 Institute for America’s Future Inc. $1,300,001.00

58 National Partnership for Women and Families Inc. $1,300,001.00

59 National Women’s Law Center $1,300,001.00

60 Center for Democracy and Technology $1,300,000.00

61 Epidavros Project Inc. $1,250,001.00

62 Center for Investigative Reporting Inc. $1,226,000.00

63 National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency (S.

Africa) $1,193,524.00

64 National Senior Citizens Law Center $1,170,001.00

65 Common Cause Education Fund $1,152,500.00

66 National Council of La Raza $1,147,670.00

67 Legal Action Center of the City of New York Inc. $1,145,001.00

68 Fund for Educational Excellence $1,118,501.00

69 Soros Foundation – Kyrgyzstan $1,118,252.00

70 National Resources Defense Council $1,114,102.00

71 Families Against Mandatory Minimums $1,100,001.00

72 Center for Constitutional Rights $1,071,000.00

73 Free Press (Northampton, MA) $1,060,001.00

74 Southern Center for Human Rights $1,045,001.00

75 The Center for Reproductive Rights, Inc. $1,040,001.00

76 Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law $1,038,001.00

77 Climate Policy Initiative Inc. $1,000,001.00

78 Link Media Inc. $1,000,001.00

79 Media Access Project $1,000,001.00

80 ProgressiveStates Network $1,000,001.00

81 Project Vote $1,000,001.00

82 The New York Times Neediest Cases $1,000,001.00

83 Trustees of Phelps Stokes Fund $1,000,001.00

84 NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc. $950,001.00

85 Immigrant Legal Resource Center $932,501.00

86 Johns Hopkins University $929,191.00

87 Georgetown University $912,893.00

88 Catholic Legal Immigration Network $905,001.00

89 American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Inc. $904,951.00

90 Union of Concerned Scientists $900,001.00

91 National Center for State Courts $893,469.00

92 National Immigration Law Center $880,001.00

93 Government Accountability Project $850,000.00

94 Amnesty International, USA $844,239.00

95 Movement Strategy Center $800,001.00

96 Drum Major Institute $779,501.00

97 Washington Office on Latin America $760,151.00

98 President and Fellows of Harvard College $758,681.00

99 Center for Economic and Policy Research $750,001.00

100 Center for Policy Alternatives $750,001.00

101 Focus Project $750,000.00

102 New Orleans Coalition on Open Governance $700,001.00

103 Research Foundation of the City University $700,001.00

104 The Campaign for Youth Justice $700,001.00

105 The Carter Center $700,001.00

106 Asian American Justice Center Inc. $687,501.00

107 Job Opportunity Task Force Inc. (Baltimore) $685,001.00

108 Ohio State Univ. Kirwan Institute $675,001.00

109 Civic Engagement Fund Inc. ???? $650,001.00

110 Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy

Education $650,001.00

111 Society of American Law Teachers $635,201.00

112 Pacific News Service $635,001.00

113 National Immigration Forum $625,001.00

114 The Institute (Wash. DC) $618,501.00

115 Center for Global Development $595,001.00

116 Heartland Groups of NIJC $585,001.00

117 Prisoners Legal News $583,301.00

118 Baltimore HealthCare Access Inc. $580,301.00

119 University of California (inclusive) $580,001.00

120 American Institute for Social Justice $550,001.00

121 Earthjustice $550,001.00

122 Interfaith Education Fund $550,001.00

123 American Prospect $525,001.00

124 Living Cities Inc. (Nat. Comm. Development) $500,001.00

125 Microfinance Management Institute $500,001.00

126 National Consumer Law Center Inc. $500,001.00

127 The Correctional Association of New York $487,501.00

128 The Constitution Project $481,729.00

129 Sundance Institute $475,001.00

130 The International Center in New York Inc. $464,928.00

131 Rights Working Group $460,001.00

132 American Library Association $455,650.00

133 Magyar Soros Alapitvany $450,001.00

134 Arkansas Department of Human Services (!) $440,001.00

135 Harm Reducation Coalition $413,521.00

136 International Center for Transitional Justice $406,471.00

137 Campaign for Youth Justice $400,001.00

138 Center for Independent Media $350,001.00

139 Center for Responsible Lending $350,001.00

140 Sound Portraits Productions $350,001.00

141 Calvert Social Investment Foundation $333,001.00

142 Capital Litigation Communications Project $330,001.00

143 Public Campaign $325,001.00

144 Due Process Law Foundation $321,001.00

145 Center for Progressive Leadership $300,001.00

146 Project on Government Oversight $300,001.00

147 University of Wisconsin $300,001.00

148 Res Publica Inc $290,001.00

149 Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation $256,879.00

150 The Sunlight Foundation $250,001.00

151 Associated Jewish Charities of Baltimore $200,001.00

152 Muslim Advocates $200,001.00

153 George Mason University $176,499.00

Source: http://sorosfiles.com/soros/2011/10/open-society-institute-top-150-grantees.html


NARAL Buddies

Minnesota


Abbot Laboratories Fund

Abbott Northwestern Center for Outpatient Surgery

ABN AMRO Bank

ACE INA Foundation

Acromental Companies Inc.

Acxiom Corporation

ADC Telecommunications

Adeptec Inc.

Adobe Systems Incorporated

ADP Foundation

AES Corporation

Aetna Life & Casualty

AGIA Inc.

Agribank FCB

Agriliance

Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.

Alliance Capital Mgmt Corporation

AllianceBernstein

AllianceOne, Inc.

Alliant Energy

Alliant Techsystems Inc.

Allianz Life Insurance Company

Allstate Giving Campaign

Altria Group Inc.

American Express Foundation

American International Companies (AIG)

Ameriprise Philanthropic Program

Ameritech Corporation

Amgen, Inc.

Analysts International Corp, Minneapolis

Antioch Companies/Webway

Aon Foundation

Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis

Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (ADM)

Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation

ARCO Foundation

Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation

Aspect Global Systems Inc.

Assurant Inc.

AT&T Foundation

Atek, Inc.

ATK Sporting Equipment

Avaya Communications

Aventis Pharmaceuticals

AXA Foundation

BAE Systems

BankAmerica Corporation

Banta Corporation Foundation Inc.

Bayer CropScience

BCS Insurance Company

Bea Foundation

Becton Dickinson & Company (BD)

Bell Atlantic Corporation

Bemis Company Foundation

Ben & Jerry’s

Benfield, Inc.

Best Buy

Bestfoods

BF Goodrich Company

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Blandin Foundation

Bloomingdale’s

Blount Foundation

BMC Industries

Boeing

Boston Scientific Corporation



BP Amoco

BP Foundation Inc.

Braun Intertec

Bremer Bank (Brainerd)

Bromelkamp Company

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation

Butler Manufacturing Company

C.R. Bard

Cadence Design Systems Inc.

Calpine


Capital Group Companies Inc.

Cardinal Health, Dublin, OH

Carl & Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation

Carolyn Foundation

Case Corporation

Caterpillar Foundation

Centerpulse Spine-Tech Inc.

Cephalon Inc.

CertainTeed Corp.

Champion International Corp

Charles Schwab & Co. Inc.

ChartHouse Learning

Chase Manhattan Corp.

ChevronTexaco

Chicago Title and Trust Company Foundation

Chubb & Son Inc.

CIGNA Foundation

Cingular Wireless

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Citigroup Foundation

Clariant Corporation

Clorox Company Foundation

CMS Hartzell Manufacturing

CNA Foundation

CNA Surety Corp.

CNS


Coca-Cola Company, The

Coldwell Banker Burnet

Colgate-Palmolive Co.

Community First National Bank

Community Solutions Fund

Compaq Computer Corporation

Computer Associates International

Computer Network Technology Corporation

Conseco Finance Foundation

Cooper Industries Inc.

Corning Inc.Foundation

Costco


Countrywide

Covidien


CPI Philanthropic Fund

Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

Dalsin Industries Inc.

Davidson & Associates Inc.

DeKalb Genetics Corporation

Deluxe Corporation Foundation

Design Guys Incorporated

Diageo North America

Display Sales Company, Inc.

DL Ryan Company, LTD

DMcD Productions, Inc.

Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

DOW Chemical Corporation

Dow Corning Corporation

The Dunn & Bradstreet Corporate Foundation

Eaton Corporation

Ecolab Foundtion

Efunds


Eli Lily and Company Foundation

EMBARQ


Emerson Electric Company

Enpath Medical, Inc.

Entegris Inc.

ExxonMobil

Fair, Isaac and Company Inc.

Fannie Mae Foundation

Federated Department Stores, Inc.

Fergus Falls Medical Group, PA

First National Bank of Hudson

First National Banks (Sioux Falls), The

Fleet

FM Global



FMC Technologies

Follett Corp.

Ford Motor Company

FORTIS Insurance

Frey Foundation

Gannett Communities Fund

Gap Foundation

Gate City Bank

GE (General Electric)

Genentech

General Mills

General Re Corporation (Gen Re)

Georgia-Pacific Corporation

Gillette


GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

GMAC-RFC


Google

Guidant Foundation

H.B. Fuller Company Foundation

Halleland, Lewis, Nilan, Sipkins & Johnson, PA

Harcourt Inc.

Harsco Corporation Fund

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance

Company


Healthcare Comp Strategies

Henry A. Bromelkamp & Co.

Hewlett Packard

Hickory Tech Corporation Foundation

Highland Bank

HJ Heinz Company Foundation

Home Depot

Honeywell Inc.

Houghton Mifflin Company

Household International (HSBC)

IBM Corporation

Illinois Tool Works Foundation

ING Foundation

Invensys Process Systems

Itasca Consulting Group, Inc.

ITW (Illinois Tool Works)

Javelin Solutions

Jefferson-Pilot Corporation

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance

John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Johnson & Johnson Companies

Johnson Controls Inc.

Johnstech International Corp

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation

Jostens Inc.

JPMorgan Chase

JSJ Corporation

Kaplan Inc.

Kato Engineering, Inc.

Kerry Americas

Kimberly-Clark Foundarion

Kmart Corporation

Kraft Foods, Inc.

Land O’ Lakes Foundation

Larkin, Hoffman, Daly & Lindgren, Ltd.

Learning Strategies Corp

Leffert, Jay & Polglaze, PA

Leo Burnett Company

Lexis-Nexis

Lorton Data Inc.

Lucent Technologies

M&I Bank


Macromedia

Macy’s Foundation

Mainstreet Bank

Manulife Financial

Maritz Inc.

Marshall Bankfirst Corp

Marquette Bancshares, Inc.

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company

MasterCard International

Maurices Inc.

May Department Store Company, The

McDATA


McDonald’s Corp

McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., The

McKnight Foundation, The

McNeely Foundation, The

Medtronic Foundation

Merck Company Foundation

Meredith Corporation

Merill Lynch & Company Foundation Inc.

Metris Companies Foundation

Michaud, Cooley & Erickson

Microsoft Corporation

Mid-Continent Engineering Inc.

Midcontinent Media

Midland National

Mobil Oil Corp

MoneyGram International

Monsanto Company

MONY Life Insurance Company

Morgan Family Foundation

Motorola Foundation

MTS Systems Corporation

Murphy Oil USA Inc.

Nabisco Foods Group

Nalco Chemical Company

National Computer Systems

National Instruments Corporation

National Starch & Chemical Foundation

NCR Corporation

Neiman Marcus Group, The

Network for Good

New England Business

Newsweek


Norfolk Southern Foundation

Northern Trust Bank

Northern Trust Corporation

NorthStar Capital Markets Inc.

Norton Company Foundation

Novartis US Foundation

NRG (Natural Resource Group)

Nuveen Investments

Omron Foundation Inc.

Ondeo Nalco Company

Oracle Corporation

Osmonics Inc.

Pella Windows and Doors

PepsiCo Foundation Inc.

Peterson-Anthony Insurance Agency Inc.

Petters Group Worldwide, LLC

Pfizer Inc.

Philip Morris Companies Inc.

Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc.

Piper Jaffray & Company

Pitney Bowes Inc.

Pizza Hut

PNC Bank Foundation

Pohlad Family Foundation

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.

PPG Industries

Progress Casting Group Inc.

Progressive Insurance

Prudential Foundation

Public Strategies Group

Quad Graphics

Quaker Hill Foundation

Quaker Oats Foundation, The

Quest Diagnostics Incorporated

Qwest/U S West Foundation

RadioShack

Rapid Packaging Inc.

RBC Dain Rauscher

Reader’s Digest Foundation

Red Wing Shoe Company

REI (Recreational Equipment Inc.)

Remmele Engineering Inc.

Retek Inc.

Reuters America Inc.

Richardson, Richter & Associates

Richfield Bank & Trust Co.

Rockwell International Corporation

Ryan Companies

Saint Paul Foundation

Saint Paul Travelers Companies Inc.

Saint-Gobain Corporation

Sandoz Inc.

Sanofi-Aventis

SAP


Sauer-Danfoss

SBC Foundation

SCICOM Data Services

Securian Foundation

Sentry Foundation

Silicon Graphics

SmithKline Beecham Consumer Brands

Sony USA Foundation, Inc.

Southways

Sprint Foundation

SPX Foundation

Square D Foundation

St Paul Bank

St Paul Companies Foundation

Stanley Works, The

Starbucks

Star Tribune

State Farm Insurance

State Street Corporation

Stellent Inc.

Strong Financial Corporation

Stuart Companies

Sulzer Spine-Tech

Sun Microsystems Foundation Inc.

Sundet Foundation

Super 8 Motel

Symantec

Tapemark


TCF Bank, fsb

Tektronix Inc.

Temple-Inland Foundation

Tennant Foundation

Texas Instruments Foundation

Textron Inc

Thomson Corporation, The

Thomson Legal & Regulatory

Thomson Tax & Accounting

Thomson West

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans

Tiffany & Co.

Time Warner Inc.

Times Mirror

Toro Company

Travelers Companies Inc.

Travelers Express Company

Travelers Foundation

Tyco

UBS Financial Services Inc.



UFE Inc.

Unilever United States Inc.

Union Pacific Corp

United Arts Service

United Defense

United States Trust Co, NA

United Technologies Corp

Universal Music Group

United Way of King County

United Way of St. Paul Area, Inc.

Uponor North America Inc.

UPS Foundation, The

US Bancorp

USG Foundation Inc.

Verizon Communications

Vivendi


W.W. Grainger Inc.

Wachovia Foundation

Warner-Lambert Company

Watson Wyatt

Western Surety Company

West Group

Whirlpool Foundation

Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP

Williams Companies Inc.

Words at Work Inc.

Xcel Energy

XTRA Corporation

Zelle, Hoffmann, Voelbel & Gette LLP

Zero-Max Inc.



Zinpro

Source: http://www.prochoiceminnesota.org/assets/bin/Matching%20gift%20corporation%20list%202014.pdf


Oregon Pro-Choice Buddies


Source: https://www.prochoiceoregon.org/assets/bin/2015%20Shoppers%20Guide.pdf

National Buddies


Abramson Family Foundation
Allende Foundation
Altman/Kazickas Foundation
Arie and Ida Crown Memorial
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
Avenir Foundation
Baltimore Community Foundation
Bagley and Virginia Wright Foundation
Barbara M. Zalaznick Foundation
Baskes Family Foundation
Berkshire Taconic Betsy & Alan D. Cohn Foundation
Bernard & Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust
Bernard G. and Rhoda G. Sarnat Family Foundation
Bluhm Family Charitable Foundation
Blair Foundation
Blum-Kovler Foundation
Bohemian Foundation
Boston Foundation
Bydale Foundation
Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Chambers Family Fund
Chrysopolae Foundation
Cleveland Foundation
Colorado Trust
Community Foundation
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
Connie and Bob Lurie Foundation
Cumming Foundation
Dallas Foundation
Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Fund
Daniel M. Neidich & Brooke Garber Foundation
Daryl & Steven Roth Foundation
Demartini Family Foundation
Denver Foundation
Dr. Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman Medical Foundation
Draper Foundation
East Bay Community Foundation
Edna Wardlaw Charitable Trust
Eli & Edythe Broad Foundation
Elizabeth B. and Arthur E. Roswell Foundation
Ellen & Gary Davis Foundation
Enterprise Foundation Trust
Ettinger Foundation
Fairfield County Community Foundation
Frank and Deenie Brosens Foundation
Fribourg Family Foundation
George Gund Foundation
Gill Foundation
Goldsmith Family Foundation
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Greystone Foundation
Healy Foundation
Hellman Family Foundation
Hillman Family Foundations
Horizons Foundation
HRK Foundation
Hurst Family Foundation
IF Hummingbird Foundation
Irving Harris Foundation
Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation
Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Minnesota
Jerome & Lorraine Aresty Charitable Foundation
Jerry and Emily Spiegel Family Foundation
Jerry Gart Family Foundation
JFM Foundation
John and Barbara Ogelstein Foundation
John and Lisa Pritzker Family Fund
John Merck Fund
Joseph and Florence Mandel Foundation
Kohlberg Foundation
Laney Thornton Foundation
Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation
Libra Foundation
Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
Loeb Family—Third Point Foundation
Lois and Andrew Zaro Family Charitable Trust
Lostand Foundation
Lovett/Woodsum Family Charitable Foundation
Lumpkin Family Foundation
Lynch Family Foundation
Margot and Thomas Pritzker Family Foundation
Marin Community Foundation
Marjorie & Clarence E. Unterberg Foundation
Marshall B. Coyne Foundation
Mary A. H. Rumsey Foundation
Mary Wohlford Foundation
May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation
MBIA Foundation
Mimi and Peter Haas Fund
Moriah Fund
Mousetrap Foundation
Naomi and Nehemiah Cohen Foundation
Neisser Family Fund
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
New Prospect Foundation
New York Community Trust
Norcliffe Foundation
NoVo Foundation
Oak Hill Fund
Olive Bridge Fund
Otto Bremer Foundation
Overbrook Foundation
Patterson Family Foundation
Pearson-Rappaport Foundation
Peierls Foundation
Peggy and Millard Drexler Foundation
Peter A. and Deborah L. Weinberg Family Foundation
Philadelphia Foundation
Phoebe Snow Foundation
Pittman Family Foundation
Poses Family Foundation
Prentice Foundation
Pritzker Foundation
Pritzker Traubert Family Foundation
Quixote Foundation
Ramsay Family Foundation
Rattner Family Foundation
Ray and Dagmar Dolby Family Fund
Rey-Vaden Family Foundation
Ripple Foundation
Rita J. and Stanley H. Kaplan Family Foundation
Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
Ronald and Deborah Ratner Family Foundation
Rosenstiel Foundation
Rosenthal Family Foundation
Rotasa Foundation
Rotonda Foundation
Roy A. Hunt Foundation
Ryna and Melvin Cohen Family Foundation
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
San Diego Foundation
San Francisco Foundation
Seattle Foundation
Seinfeld Family Foundation
Sidney Stern Memorial Trust
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Sirus Fund
Stainman Family Foundation
Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation
Stephen Bechtel Fund
Sternlicht Family Foundation
Susan & Robert Wislow Charitable Foundation
Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation
Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation
Timothy & Bernadette Marquez Foundation
Tisch Foundation
Tomorrow Foundation
Tosa Foundation
Triangle Community Foundation
Vicki and Michael Gross Foundation
Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation
Wallis Foundation
WestWind Foundation
William B. Wiener Jr. Foundation
Winslow Foundation
Wisch Family Foundation
Women’s Project Foundation 

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=2099

Sojourners Buddies


 Barbra Streisand Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Tides Foundation, and the Wallace Global Fund

One Nation Working Together

Open Society Institute

Nonviolent PeaceforceUnited for Peace and Justice, and Win Without War 

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7018


National Network of Abortion Funds Buddies


Avis & Clifford Barrus Medical Foundation

Educational Foundation of America

Ettinger Foundation

Ford Foundation

General Service Foundation

Herb Block Foundation

Mary Wohlford Foundation

Moriah Fund

OMA Fund at the Ms. Foundation for Women

Packard


Philadelphia Foundation

Prentice Foundation

Tides Foundation

2015 National Organizing Summit Sponsors


Mary Wohlford Foundation

Coalition for Abortion Access and Reproductive Equity

Ipas

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health



Management Assistance Group

Center for Reproductive Rights

Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program (Hampshire College)

National Institute for Reproductive Health

National Health Law Program

Physicians for Reproductive Health

Pro-Choice Resources

Provide


Reproductive Health Technologies Project

DC Abortion Fund

Ibis Reproductive Health

National Council of Jewish Women

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

Women’s Health Specialists – Feminist Women’s Health Centers of CA

Laura Zimmerman and Joseph Shay

WV Free


Source: https://fundabortionnow.org/about/our-supporters

Companies Using Aborted Babies as Flavor Additives


Kraft

PepsiCo


Nestle

NEOCUTIS “BEAUTY” PRODUCTS

Source: http://conservativepost.com/famous-food-companies-caught-using-aborted-babies-for-flavor-additives/

Right to Die (Euthanasia) Backers


 Compassion and Choices Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/ap-after-california-right-to-die-backers-push-laws-elsewhere-2015-10

Death With Dignity National Center Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/12/us/california-legislature-approves-assisted-suicide.html

More backers are listed here: http://capitalresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/pubs/pdf/v1252029952.pdf


Illinois People’s Action Buddies


Bloomington / Normal Members



New Covenant Community Church (http://www.nccnormal.org/)

Moses Montefiore Congregation (http://www.mosesmontefiorecongregation.org/ )

First Presbyterian Church (www.firstpresnormal.org/)

First United Methodist Church (www.normalfumc.org/)

NAACP Chapter

Resurrection Lutheran Church (www.reslutheran.org)

Unitarian Universalist Church (www.uubn.org)

Wesley United Methodist Church (www.wesley-umc.com)

Word of Life Church

Action Research Center (ARC), Illinois Wesleyan University (www2.iwu.edu/action/)

Mount Moriah Christian Church

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

St. Mary’s Catholic Church

Mennonite Peace and Justice Committee, Normal


Champaign / Urbana Members



Metanoia Centers, Inc. (www.metanoiacenters.org)

NAACP Chapter

Christian Mercy and Justice Network


Danville Members



Allen Chapel AME Church


Decatur Members



Central Christian Church (www.cccdisciples.org)

NAACP Chapter

First Presbyterian Church (PCUSA)

First Evangelical Lutheran Church (flcdecatur.org)

Grace United Methodist Church

St. Peter A.M.E.

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Decatur (uufd.org)


Metro East Members



Calvary Lutheran Church


Peoria Members



Heaven’s View Christian Fellowship

Mt. Zion Baptist Church (www.mzbcofpeoria.org)

Unitarian Universalist Church (www.peoriauuchurch.org)

City of Refuge Worship Center (corwc.com)

Prince of Peace Baptist Church

Greater Apostolic Bibleway Church

New Hope International Ministries

Church of the Living God- CWFF

METEC, Inc.

Peoria Ministers Economic Development Organization (PMEDO)

Latter Rain Temple

New Cornerstone Baptist

Trinity Baptist

Peoria Families Against Toxic Waste

Global Warming Solutions Group of Central Illinois


Springfield Members



First Presbyterian Church (www.first-pres-church.org)

Hope Presbyterian Church (www.hopeforspringfield.org)

Little Flower Catholic Church (www.littleflowerchurch.net)

St. John’s AME Church

Body of Christ Church (Buffalo, IL)

Westminster Presbyterian Church PC (USA)

Homeless United for Change



Other Members



Calvary Lutheran Church of Belleville

47 (and growing) Individual Members

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

Source: http://www.illinoispeoplesaction.org/member-organizations.html


Kate Brown Donors


TOO EXTREME FOR OREGON$177,500.00

OREGON DEMOCRATIC PARTY$136,379.57

UNITEMIZED DONATIONS$93,386.31

LEMELSON, ERIC D$50,000.00

OUR OREGON$37,194.00

OREGON PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOCAL 503$25,750.00

OREGON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION$25,000.00

DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES OF STATE$21,207.00

WORKING AMERICA$21,199.78

COW CREEK BAND OF UMPQUA TRIBE OF INDIANS$20,000.00

ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL 48$15,500.00

EMILYS LIST$15,000.00

BASIC RIGHTS OREGON$15,000.00

OREGON NURSES ASSOCIATION$15,000.00

AFSCME OREGON COUNCIL 75$15,000.00

FOOD & COMMERCIAL WORKERS LOCAL 555$15,000.00

OREGON HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION$12,500.00

NARAL PRO-CHOICE OREGON$12,500.00

PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC$10,000.00

PLUMBERS & STEAMFITTERS LOCAL 290$10,000.00

KOZA, JOHN R$10,000.00

JOHN KITZHABER CAMPAIGN CMTE$10,000.00

COALITION FOR A HEALTHY OREGON$7,500.00

GAY & LESBIAN VICTORY FUND$7,500.00

OREGON DENTAL ASSOCIATION$7,500.00

HANLIN, R PATRICK$7,500.00

COMCAST$7,000.00

MARKOWITZ HERBOLD GLADE & MEHLHAF$6,500.00

OREGON STATE COUNCIL OF SERVICE EMPLOYEES$5,754.00

DICKEY, WILLIAM M$5,669.50

MCCORMACK, WINTHROP LAFLIN$5,100.00

NIKE$5,000.00

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION$5,000.00

HOLDING ONTO OREGONS PRIORITIES$5,000.00

STOLL STOLL BERNE LOKTING & SCHLACHTER$5,000.00

OREGON FEDERATION OF TEACHERS$5,000.00

OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL 701$5,000.00

SILBERSTEIN, STEPHEN M$5,000.00

PETRUZELLI, STEPHEN J$5,000.00

YOSHIDA, JUNKI$5,000.00

HICKEY, LANE$4,750.00

THOMPSON, CURTIS$4,500.00

NEW PROGRESSIVE NETWORK (DBA OREGON BUS PROJECT)$4,399.45

OREGON STATE FIRE FIGHTERS COUNCIL$4,000.00

COQUILLE INDIAN TRIBE$4,000.00

UTZ, PAUL$4,000.00

MILLER, JOHN D$4,000.00

AMERICAN PROPERTY MANAGEMENT$3,907.00

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE GRAND RONDE$3,500.00

TEAMSTERS JOINT COUNCIL 37$3,500.00

CHAPMAN, MATTHEW W$3,500.00

MARGOLIN, PHILLIP M$3,500.00

GOLDSTEIN, HAROLD$3,500.00

HULL, MEGAN$3,500.00

PARKER JR, RICHARD$3,500.00

BROWN, KATE$3,250.00

PAULSON, JANE$3,092.14

BARNHART, PHILIP N$3,000.00

FRIENDS OF RICHARD DEVLIN$3,000.00

WILDISH SAND & GRAVEL CO$3,000.00

BANK OF AMERICA$2,500.00

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF SILETZ INDIANS OF OREGON$2,500.00

WILLAMETTE DENTAL GROUP CORP$2,500.00

IRONWORKERS DISTRICT COUNCIL OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST$2,500.00

AUEL, RAY B$2,500.00

ANSIN, RONALD M (RON)$2,500.00

TEEVIN BROTHERS LAND & TIMBER$2,500.00

EID PASSPORT INC$2,500.00

RENTRAK$2,500.00

OBRIEN, PAUL D$2,500.00

FUITEN, JAMES DEAN$2,500.00

TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION OF OREGON$2,500.00

DENISON, HARRIET$2,500.00

TEEVIN, SHAWN$2,500.00

LINDLEY, THOMAS$2,500.00

STOLL, N ROBERT (BOB)$2,500.00

JUBITZ JR, MONROE ALBIN (AL)$2,500.00

JOYCE, JACK$2,500.00

ALEXANDER, RICHARD C$2,500.00

AARNIO, TERRANCE$2,500.00

MILLER, ROBERT$2,500.00

PARTIN, LYNN DIANE$2,250.00

EPSTEIN, MARILYN$2,174.40

OREGON STATE BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL$2,000.00

MCDONALDS OWNER OPERATORS OF OREGON$2,000.00

AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNION DIVISION 757$2,000.00

ROSS, RICHARD S$2,000.00

THOMPSON, CURTIS$2,000.00

ROSENFELD, WARREN J$2,000.00

LIENHART, ROSS$2,000.00

SUZANNE BONAMICI CAMPAIGN CMTE$2,000.00

TAUMAN, CHARLES S$2,000.00

BALL, ROBERT$2,000.00

THRASHER, KENNETH$2,000.00

WHEELER, EDWARD T$2,000.00

HAWES, JOSEPH$2,000.00

HAWES, JOSEPH$2,000.00

YOSHIDA, JUNKI$2,000.00

GORMAN, WALTER L$2,000.00

VAWPAC ASSOCIATION$2,000.00

Source: http://votesmart.org/candidate/campaign-finance/2990/kate-brown#.Vo_6mfkrKM8

Democracy Alliance Buddies


Advancement Project

America Votes

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy

Americans for Financial Reform

Ballot Initiative Strategy Center

Brennan Center for Justice

Catalist

Center for American Progress

Center for Community Change

The Center for Popular Democracy

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Citizen Engagement Lab

ColorofChange.org

Committee on States

Constitutional Accountability Center

Demos


Economic Policy Institute

Leading Green

Media Matters for America

Issue One

National Employment Law Project

National People’s Action

New Media Ventures

Organizing for Action

PICO National Network

Piper Fund

Progress Now

Public Leadership Institute

Roosevelt Institute

State Innovation Exchange

State Voices

Wellstone Action

Working America

Working Families

Source: http://democracyalliance.org/investments/

Merkel Flunkies


BMW Source: http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/cdu-gets-donation-from-bmw-owners-during-co2-talks-a-927954.html

Facebook Source: http://louderwithcrowder.com/mark-zuckerberg-caught-on-mic-saying-facebook-will-delete-negative-german-govt-posts/

Deutsche Post

Verbandspräsident der Automobilindustrie (VDA)

Audi (VW

Daimler


SAP

Source:: http://www.tagesspiegel.de/wirtschaft/iaa-in-frankfurt-eroeffnet-merkel-dax-konzerne-sollen-fluechtlingen-helfen/12336468.html


National Council of Churches Buddies


Church World Service

Christian Churches Together in the USA

Churches Uniting in Christ

Ecumenical and Interreligious Leaders Network

Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute

Local and Regional Ecumenical and Interfaith Communities (Directory)

National Workshop on Christian Unity

State Ecumenical Executives

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Canadian Council of Churches

Caribbean Council of Churches

Cuban Council of Churches

Latin American Council of Churches

World Council of Churches

NewFire Network

Student Christian Movement USA

World Student Christian Federation

Interfaith Broadcasting Commission

Islamic Society of North America

Jewish Council for Public Affairs

Pluralism Project

Source: http://nationalcouncilofchurches.us/partners/


Guys Supporting Drivers Licenses for Illegals


The following have expressed support for previous driver’s license campaigns:

INSURANCE


Illinois Insurance Association (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Independent Insurance Agents of Illinois (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
AON Corporation (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
CNA Commercial Property and Casualty Insurance (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Mesirow Financial (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**


BUSINESS


Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Green Industries Association (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Restaurant Association (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Little Village Chamber of Commerce (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Pete’s Fresh Market (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Poag Mahone’s (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Sopraffina Marketcaffes (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Trattoria 10 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Brendan Comito, Capital City Fruit, Inc., COO (Iowa)
Joe Crookham, Musco Lighting CEO (Iowa)
Oregon Association of Nurseries (supporters of Oregon SB 833)

LAW ENFORCEMENT


Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police and the County Sheriffs of Colorado (supporters of Colorado SB 13-251)
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran, Kane County Sheriff Patrick Perez, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart (supporters of Illinois SB 957)**
Evanston Police Chief Richard Eddington, Berwyn Chief of Police Jim Ritz, Melrose Park Chief of Police Rosa Pitassi (supporters of Illinois SB 957)**
Cook County Judge Jesse Reyes and retired Cook County Judge Patrick McGann (supporters of Illinois SB 957)**
Hispanic Illinois State Law Enforcement Association (HISLEA) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Police chiefs, including Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy (supporter of Illinois SB 957)***
Michael W. Tupper, Chief of Police, Marshalltown Police Department; Bill McCarthy, Sheriff, Polk County Sheriff’s Office; Daniel J. Trelka, Director of Safety Services, Waterloo, Iowa; Ric Martinez, Public Safety Director, Nevada, Iowa; Mark Prosser, Public Safety Director / Police Chief, Storm Lake Police Department; Judy Bradshaw, Chief of Police, Des Moines Police Department; Paul H. Fitzgerald, Sheriff, Story County Sheriff’s Office; John R. “Jake” McGee, Chief of Police, Oskaloosa Police Department; Lawrence McNaul, West Liberty City Administrator/Chief of Police (signers of a statement titled “Safe Roads in Iowa: Why a Temporary Driver’s Card for Eligible Immigrants Protects the Public“)


GOVERNMENT


State Senator Martin M. Looney (D-New Haven) (supporter of Connecticut’s HB 6495)

PRESS RELEASE

“This is an important public safety measure that ensures drivers on the road possess the necessary qualifications and insurance. Reliable transportation is a necessity in modern life. The need to earn a living does not vanish just because a person does not have the appropriate immigration credentials. Most undocumented immigrants would like to operate vehicles within the law. We make this impossible by denying these residents access to drivers’ licenses. Not only is driving itself illegal for them, but without a legal license, these drivers cannot purchase the required insurance.”

Former Colorado Senate President John Morse (D-Colo. Springs) (supporter of Colorado SB 13-251)


STATEMENT TO THE PRESS

“As a former cop who patrolled the streets of Colorado Springs, I know that these licenses will make our neighborhoods safer. On the contrary, prohibiting them does nothing to solve the immigration problem that we have; all it does is negatively affect public safety. These new licenses and IDs will allow peace officers to accurately identify people they pull over, and that goes a long way.”

State Senator Jessie Ulibarri (D-Commerce City) (supporter of Colorado SB 13-251)
STATEMENT TO THE PRESS

“Our roads will be safer when we can properly ID everyone who drives on them. These licenses will allow many of our neighbors to get insured, and take responsibility for their actions on the roads. In fact, we estimate that thousands more Colorado drivers will get insured because of this law.”

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn (supporter of Illinois SB 957)
PRESS RELEASE

“I want to commend members of the Illinois House for their bipartisan passage of legislation that will help ensure every Illinois motorist is properly licensed and empower more immigrants to become stronger contributors to our economy.”

Former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar (supporter of Illinois SB 957)
“I know that we are all safer when every driver on the road is trained, tested, licensed, and insured. Under the current situation those of us with auto insurance subsidize those who are uninsured. If just half of the 250,000 unlicensed immigrants get licensed and insured, then Illinois policyholders will save $46 million per year in policy payments.”

Illinois Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon (supporter of Illinois SB 957)


2012 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

“This bill is a proactive step to help guarantee the safety and well-being of all Illinois residents. Our goal is to train, license and insure every eligible Illinois driver, regardless of legal status, to make our roads safer for all travelers. I am pleased to support this progressive bill and call on legislators to vote in favor of this public safety measure.”

Senate President John Cullerton (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez (supporter of Illinois SB 957)***
Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle (supporter of Illinois SB 957)
STATEMENT POSTED ON THE COOK COUNTY WEBSITE

“This commonsense legislation will allow individuals who are already driving to work, school and worship services to continue to do so in Cook County without fear of unnecessary and costly incarceration. Requiring all drivers, regardless of their immigration status, to be trained, tested, licensed and insured will make our roads safer and ease the burden on Cook County courts and the jail.”

Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Cook County Clerk of Circuit Court Dorothy Brown (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chicago City Clerk Susana A. Mendoza (supporter of Illinois SB 957)
PRESS RELEASE

“We all know that legal drivers are safer drivers. What I see every day in my Office are drivers who are complying with the City wheel tax and buying their City Vehicle Sticker without a driver’s license. These drivers have demonstrated their willingness to do the right thing and SB 957 will give them the opportunity to be properly tested and insured to drive legally on our roads by obtaining a Temporary Visitor Driver’s License.”

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Prince George’s and Anne Arundel Counties Delegate Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk (supporter of Maryland SB 715)
STATEMENT TO THE PRESS

“The truth of the matter is they are here. They are living in Maryland. The truth of the matter is that you’re not going to be able to take them all and send them home. So should you forget about them and make their lives miserable? Who pays for it in the end? The truth of the matter is they need to get to work. Their children need to get to school. This is the humane thing to do.”

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks (supporter of Maryland SB 715)
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake (supporter of Maryland SB 715)
State Senator Ruben Kihuen (D-Las Vegas) (supporter of Nevada SB 303)
STATEMENT TO THE PRESS

“Denying driving privilege to the undocumented population jeopardizes safety and raises insurance rates for everyone SB 303 will bring in new revenue at a time when we desperately need it…There are over 100,000 undocumented people in Nevada who could benefit from this proposed bill. It could mean millions of dollars in stimulus to our economy. They will purchase cars, they will purchase insurance and they will drive to stores, take trips and more easily find a job.”

Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla (supporter of Puerto Rico P C0900)
“Su contribución al país y el respeto a la dignidad humana los convierte en merecedores de cierta protección fundamental en nombre del estado.”

Model government resolution in support of expanding access to driver’s licenses to undocumented state residents (developed by New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice*)



EDUCATION


DePaul University (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Dominican University (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Institute of Technology (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Northeastern Illinois University (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Roosevelt University (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**

COMMUNITY & CIVIL RIGHTS


CASA de Maryland (supporter of Maryland SB 715)
PRESS RELEASE

Gustavo Torres, executive director of CASA de Maryland, said, “Maryland once again proved that despite a broken immigration system, reasonable minds can build safe communities that are knit together by our common interests. Our members, mothers and fathers, shop owners and seamstresses, need access to licenses to get to work, to drive their children to school, to take their parents to the doctor. Thanks to the visionary leadership of the Maryland General Assembly, they are one step closer to making those journeys without fear.”

ACTION ALERT

“Help grant driver’s licenses for all Maryland’s immigrants.”

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (supporter of Colorado SB 13-251)
Communications Coordinator Juan Gallegos explained the need and purpose of improving driver safety in a newspaper article: “It would be one of the biggest things that would impact the life of immigrants…You have to drive to the hospital, you have to drive your children to school, you have to drive to work — everywhere you have to go.”

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (supporter of Illinois SB 957)


– FAQs about the bill: English | Spanish

– Created a hotline for people to ask for more information.

– Posted a call to action on their website, asking people to contact their representatives to encourage their support for the bill.

– Press release

– Statement to the press

Lawrence Benito, CEO of Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, states, “Passing the highway safety legislation is proof that both parties can put the politics of fear and scapegoating aside and work on practical solutions that keep our roads and families safe… Illinois is an example of what can happen nationally.”



Albany Park Neighborhood Council (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Arab American Action Network (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Arab American Family Services (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Asian American Institute (supporter of Illinois SB 957)** (see also AAI press release)
Brighton Park Neighborhood Council (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Champaign-Urbana Immigration Forum (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chicago Commons (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chicago Irish Immigrant Support (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chinese American Service League (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Cicero Area Project (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Community Health Partnership (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Community Renewal Society (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
CONFEMEX (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago (CIOGC) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Enlace Chicago (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Erie Neighborhood House(supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Family Focus Aurora (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
FEDECMI (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois People’s Action (supporter of Illinois SB 957)** (see also op-ed article by the Rev. Tony E. Pierce, president of the board of Illinois People’s Action, in support of SB 957)
Immigrant Youth Justice League (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Inner-city Muslim Action Network (IMAN) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Instituto del Progreso Latino (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Korean American Community Services (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
La Voz Latina (Rockford) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Latino Organization of the Southwest (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Logan Square Neighborhood Association (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Mano a Mano Family Resource Center (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Mexican Cultural Institution (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Mujeres Latinas en Acción (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
National People’s Action (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Northern Immigrant Alliance (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Northwest Side Housing Center (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Polish Initiative of Chicago (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Southwest Organizing Project (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Southwest Suburban Immigrant Project (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Spanish Community Center (Joliet) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
The Resurrection Project (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
United African Organization (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
United Congress of Community and Religion Organizations (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
West Suburban Action Project (PASO) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
WINGS: Women in Need Growing Stronger (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
ACLU of Iowa (Iowa)
American Friends Service Committee (Iowa)
Crossing Borders – Dubuque (Iowa)
Immigrant Allies of Marshalltown (Iowa)
Iowa Citizen Action Network (Iowa)
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (Iowa CCI) (Iowa)
Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Iowa)
Iowa Commission on Latino Affairs (Iowa)
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) of Iowa (Iowa)
LUNA (Latinas Unidas por Un Nuevo Amanecer) (Iowa)
Southwest Iowa Latino Resource Center (Iowa)
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Maryland (supporter of Maryland SB715)
TESTIMONY

“Providing universal access to driver’s licenses is a critical element of treating all of Maryland’s residents with equal dignity and respect because it is critical to ensuring that all Marylanders have access to the necessities of daily life. The two-tiered system proposed in this bill would ensure that the provision of such access does not affect its compliance with REAL ID standards.”

The testimony proceeds to explain the bill’s compliance with REAL ID.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Nevada (supporter of Nevada SB 303)


Mi Familia Vota NV (supporter of Nevada SB 303)
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (PLAN) (supporter of Nevada SB 303)
Causa (Oregon’s Immigrant Rights Organization) (supporter of Oregon SB 833) (see also FAQ andstatement to the press)
Immigrant Law Group (supporter of Oregon SB 833)
La Comision Dominicana para los Derechos Humanos (supporter of Puerto Rico P C0900)
STATEMENT TO THE PRESS

“Todos los inmigrantes serán beneficiados por esto..Va a crear millones de dólares en ingresos… cuando todos esos inmigrantes obtengan su licencia, compren un automóvil y obtengan la matrícula de sus vehículos”, indicó José Rodríguez, resident de la Comisión Dominicana para los Derechos Humanos.



Vermont Migrant Justice (supporter of Vermont S 38)

LABOR


Chicago Federation of Labor (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chicago Teachers Union (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
FOP Labor Council (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois AFL-CIO (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Illinois Federation of Teachers (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Niles Township Federation of Teachers (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
North Suburban Teachers Union (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
SEIU Illinois State Council (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
SEIU Healthcare (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
SEIU Local 1 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
SEIU Local 73 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Teamsters Local 705 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Teamsters Local 742 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Teamsters Local 777 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
UE Electrical Workers (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
UFCW Local 881 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
UNITE HERE Local 1 (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Iowa AFL-CIO (Iowa)
Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN) (supporter of Oregon SB 833)

HEALTH


Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Alivio Medical Center (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Cook County Hospital (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Holy Cross Hospital (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
MacNeal Hospital-Berwyn (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Norwegian American Hospital (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Anthony Hospital (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Sinai Health System (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Weiss Hospital-Chicago Lakefront (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
West Suburban Hospital-Oak Park (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Westlake Hospital-Melrose Park (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**

RELIGIOUS & FAITH-BASED


Colorado Catholic Conference (supporter of Colorado SB 13-251) (Posted a call to action on their website, asking people to contact their representatives to encourage their support for the bill.)
8th Day Center for Justice (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
AJC Chicago (American Jewish Committee) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Dr. Byron T. Brazier, Apostolic Church of God (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Catholic Conference of Illinois (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Chicago New Sanctuary Coalition (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Iglesia Amor del Padre (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
LCWR Region 8 Executive Committee (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Monastic Council of the Benedictine Sisters of Chicago (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
New Hope Apostolic Ministry (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
North Shore Unitarian Church (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Our Lady of Tepeyac (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Priests for Justice (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Project IRENE (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Protestants for the Common Good (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Providence of God (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Sisters of Charity, BVM (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Agnes of Bohemia (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Adalbert (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Ann (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Clare (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Gall (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Joseph (Back of the Yards) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Joseph (McHenry County) (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Mary Star of the Sea (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Nicholas of Tolentine (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Pius V (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
St. Rita Catholic Church (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Sisters and Brothers for Immigrants (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Sisters of Mercy (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
The Leadership Team of the Sisters of Christian Charity, Wilmette, IL (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
United Congress of Community and Religion Organizations (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
United Methodist Church (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ (supporter of Illinois SB 957)**
Iowa Catholic Conference (Iowa)
Interfaith Alliance of Iowa & Action Fund (Iowa)
AMOS (A Mid Iowa Organizing Strategy) (Iowa)
Trinity United Methodist Church, Las Americas Communidad de Fe (Iowa)
Methodist Federation for Social Action, Iowa Chapter (Iowa)
Iowa JFON Committe (Iowa)
Maryland Catholic Conference (supporter of Maryland SB 715)

Source: https://www.nilc.org/issues/drivers-licenses/dlaccesstoolkit4a/#supporters


More Guys


Hawaii Coalition for Immigration Reform

Filipino Citizens League

Source: http://beaconimmigration.com/library/blog/hawaiian-immigrants-can-drive-now

Guys Giving Illegals Obamaphones


GEO Care

Source: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/02/12/obama-administration-lending-some-illegal-immigrant-families-smartphones/



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Amnesty Backers


Here are the Amnesty Backers (again, likely repeats, but I wanted to make sure that I didn’t miss any anti-American schmuck that should be on this list.)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) , Anti-Defamation League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), People for the American Way, Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), Change to Win, Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA), American Jewish Committee, Assemblies of God, Brethren In Christ Church, Christian Reformed Church in N. America, Christianity Today (magazine), Church of God (Cleveland, TN), Church of the Nazarene, Church World Service, Immigration and Refugee Program, Elim Fellowship, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Foursquare Church, Grace Communion International, International Pentecostal Holiness Church, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), Mennonite Central Committee Washington Office, Missionary Church, National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), National Council of Churches, National Council of Jewish Women, Presbyterian Church (USA), Rabbinical Assembly, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, Sojourners/Call to Renewal/ Christians for Comprehensive Immigration, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Council of Bishops, Vineyard USA, Wesleyan Church, World Relief, The Cheesecake Factory, Inc., CVS Caremark Corporation, Hallmark Cards, Inc., McDonald’s Corporation, The Wendy’s Company,The Walt Disney Company, The Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson, American Express Company, 21st Century Fox, Darden Restaurants, Inc (Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and others) ,Liberty Mutual Group, Inc. ,Allstate Insurance Company, Western Union, Northwestern Mutual, American Airlines Inc., Motorola Solutions, Inc., The Procter & Gamble Company (wide range of well-known home and beauty brands), Newell Rubbermaid Inc., AT&T Inc., T-Mobile USA, Inc., Caterpillar Inc., The ADT Corporation, Pfizer Inc., Hewlett-Packard Company, United Parcel Service, Inc., General Electric Company, Verizon Communications Inc., Marriott International, Inc., Hilton Worldwide ,Hyatt Hotels Corporation, McCormick & Company, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, Eaton,

E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, BNSF Railway Company, Shell Oil Company, General Mills, Inc. (many well-known food brands), Ingram Industries Inc., Kronos Incorporated,

Ingersoll Rand Company, General Parts Inc., Merck & Co., Inc., United Technologies Corporation, Harris Corporation, Illinois Tool Works Inc., Sears Holdings Corporation,

USG Corporation, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Johnson Controls, Inc., Ally Financial Inc., US Foods, Univar, Inc., Kiewit Corporation, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.,

W.W. Grainger, Inc., Avery Dennison Corporation, Humana Inc., Novelis, Inc., The Williams Companies, Inc., Avaya Inc., Computer Sciences Corporation, Honeywell International Inc., International Paper Company, Dover Corporation, Danaher Corporation, TRW Automotive, Analog Devices, Inc., Ecolab, Inc., Avnet, Inc., White Lodging Corporation, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc., Simon Property Group, Daikin McQuay Americas, Continental Grain Company, MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc., Hospira, Inc.,, Cigna Corporation, The ServiceMaster Company, Automatic Data Processing, Inc.,

Bloomin’ Brands Inc., Fiserv, Inc., Carolinas HealthCare System, SRA International,

Emerson, Rockwell Automation, Inc., Parker Hannifin Corporation, Saint-Gobain Corporation, General Dynamics Corporation, A. O. Smith Corporation, Praxair, Inc., HCA Inc., Eastman Chemical Company, ManpowerGroup, Fifth Third Bank, Pitney Bowes Inc.,

Express Scripts, Inc., Cardinal Health, Inc., Aleris International, Inc., DTE Energy Company, U.S. Steel Corporation, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation, Cargill, Incorporated, Assurant, Inc., XL Global Services, Inc, Texas Instruments Incorporated,

ATK, WESCO International, Dell, Xerox, IBM, Southern California Edison, Micron Technology Inc., Qualcomm Inc., EMC Corp., Facebook and http://www.fwd.us


Immigrant Workers Free Ride Coalition Buddies


ACORN, the Gamaliel Foundation, the National Council of La Raza, the National Immigration Forum, the National Immigration Law Center, the Service Employees International Union, United for Peace and Justice, the United States Student Association, and USAction, American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Friends Service Committee, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, Border Action Network, Citizen Action, the Communist Party USA, the Council on American Islamic Relations, theDemocratic Socialists of America, Global Exchange, International ANSWER, the International Socialist Organization, ISAIAH, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), MADRE, MECha, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the National Council of Women’s Organizations, the National Lawyers Guild, the National Organization for Women, Not In Our Name, Peace Action, the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, Radical Women, the Rainbow / PUSH Coalition, the South Carolina Progressive Network, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Workers World Party, and the Yale Coalition for Peace.

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6371


More Open Borders Losers


New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice

Caring Across Generations

Woman’s Refugee Commission

Culture Strike

Race Forward 

Source: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/09/hawaiis-george-soros-hidden-donor-funding-illegal-immigration-blacklivesmatter-activists/


Interfaith Immigration Coalition Buddies


African American Ministers in Action 

American Baptist Home Mission Societies of the American Baptist Churches, USA

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Bread for the World

Christian Reformed Church

Church of the Brethren

Church World Service (CWS) 

Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach

Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM)

Daughters of Charity

Disciples Justice Action Network (Disciples of Christ)

The Episcopal Church

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)

Franciscan Action Network 

Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) 

HIAS

Ignation Solidarity Network (ISN)

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) 

Irish Apostolate USA

Islamic Information Center 

Jesuit Refugee Service

Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA)

Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS)

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Washington Office

Muslim Public Affairs Council

National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd

National Council of Churches

National Council of Jewish Women

National Justice for Our Neighbors

NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

Pax Christi USA

PICO National Network 

Presbyterian Church USA, Immigration Issues Offices

Scalabrinian International Migration Network (SIMN)/Center for Migration Studies (CMS)

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas 

Sojourners

3P Human Security

T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

Union for Reform Judaism

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA)

United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries

United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society

UNITED SIKHS 

U.S. Jesuit Conference

World Relief

Source: http://www.interfaithimmigration.org/about/organizations/


Justice for Immigrants Buddies


Catholic Campaign Against Global Poverty

Catholic Campaign for Human Development

Catholic Charities USA

Catholic Health Association

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.

Catholic Relief Services

Columban Fathers - Center for Advocacy and Outreach

Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Franciscan Action Network

Glenmary Home Missioners

Hispanic Affairs - USCCB

Ignatian Solidarity Network

Irish Apostolate USA

Jesuit Conference

Jesuit Refugee Service

Justice, Peace and Human Development - USCCB

Leadership Conference of Women Religious

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Migration and Refugee Services - USCCB

National Catholic Association of Diocesan Directors of Hispanic Ministries

National Catholic Educational Association

National Council of Catholic Women

Network

Pax Christi USA

Roundtable, The

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

 National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd

Source: http://www.justiceforimmigrants.org/meet-members.shtml

Catholic Bishops for Amnesty


Most Rev. José H. Gómez, Archbishop of Los Angeles

Most Rev. Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, Archbishop of San Antonio

Most Rev. Gerald R. Barnes, Bishop of San Bernardino

Most Rev. Alvaro Corrada del Rio, SJ, Apostolic Administrator of Tyler

Bishop of Mayaguez, PR

Most Rev. Felipe de Jesús Estevez, Bishop of St. Augustine


Most Rev. Richard J. García, Bishop of Monterey
Most Rev. Armando X. Ochoa, Apostolic Administrator of El Paso
Bishop-designate of Fresno
Most Rev. Plácido Rodríguez, CMF, Bishop of Lubbock
Most Rev. James A. Tamayo, Bishop of Laredo
Most Rev. Raymundo J. Peña, Bishop Emeritus of Brownsville
Most Rev. Arthur Tafoya, Bishop Emeritus of Pueblo
Most Rev. Daniel E. Flores, Bishop of Brownsville
Most Rev. Fernando Isern, D.D., Bishop of Pueblo
Most Rev. Ricardo Ramírez, Bishop of Las Cruces
Most Rev. Jaime Soto, Bishop of Sacramento
Most Rev. Joe S. Vásquez, Bishop of Austin
Most Rev. Carlos A. Sevilla, SJ, Bishop Emeritus of Yakima
Most Rev. Oscar Cantú, S.T.D., Auxiliary Bishop of San Antonio
Most Rev. Arturo Cepeda, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
Most Rev. Manuel A. Cruz, Auxiliary Bishop of Newark
Most Rev. Rutilio del Riego, Auxiliary Bishop of San Bernardino
Most Rev. Eusebio Elizondo, M.Sp.S, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle
Most Rev. Francisco González , S.F., Auxiliary Bishop of Washington
Most Rev. Eduardo A. Nevares, Auxiliary Bishop of Phoenix
Most Rev. Alexander Salazar, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles
Most Rev. David Arias, OAR, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Newark
Most Rev. Octavio Cisneros, DD, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
Most. Rev. Edgar M. da Cunha, SDV, Auxiliary Bishop of Newark
Most Rev. Cirilo B. Flores, Auxiliary Bishop of Orange
Most Rev. Josu Iriondo, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
Most Rev. Alberto Rojas, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
Most Rev. Luis Rafael Zarama, Auxiliary Bishop of Atlanta
Most Rev. Gabino Zavala, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles

Source: http://usccbmedia.blogspot.com/2011/12/estas-son-las-mananitasof-hispanic_12.html


Senate Amnesty Buddies


  • Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.)

  • Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.)

  • Jeff Chiesa (R-N.J.)

  • Susan Collins (R-Maine)

  • Bob Corker (R-Tenn.)

  • Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

  • Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)

  • Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)

  • Dean Heller (R-Nev.)

  • John Hoeven (R-N.D.)

  • Mark Kirk (R-Ill.)

  • John McCain (R-Ariz.)

  • Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)

  • Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)

  • Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.)

  • Max Baucus (D-Mont.)

  • Mark Begich (D-Alaska)

  • Michael Bennett (D-Colo.)

  • Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.)

  • Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.)

  • Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio)

  • Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.)

  • Ben Cardin (D-Md.)

  • Carper Thomas (D-Del.)

  • Bob Casey (D-Pa.)

  • Christopher Coons (D-Del.)

  • Mo Cowan (D-Mass.)

  • Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.)

  • Richard Durbin (D-Ill.)

  • Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)

  • Al Franken (D-Minn.)

  • Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)

  • Kay Hagan (D-N.C.)

  • Tom Harkin (D-Iowa)

  • Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.)

  • Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.)

  • Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii)

  • Tim Johnson (D-S.D.)

  • Timothy Kaine (D-Va.)

  • Angus King (I-Maine)

  • Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.)

  • Mary Landrieu (D-La.)

  • Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.)

  • Carl Levin (D-Mich.)

  • Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.)

  • Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)

  • Robert Menendez (D-N.J.)

  • Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.)

  • Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.)

  • Christopher Murphy (D-Conn.)

  • Patty Murray (D-Wash.)

  • Bill Nelson (D-Fla.)

  • Mark Pryor (D-Ark.)

  • John Reed (D-R.I.)

  • Harry Reid (D-Nev.)

  • Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.)

  • Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)

  • Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii)

  • Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.)

  • Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.)

  • Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.)

  • Jon Tester (D-Mont.)

  • Mark Udall (D-Colo.)

  • Tom Udall (D-N.M.)

  • Mark Warner (D-Va.)

  • Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)

  • Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.)

  • Ron Wyden (D-Ore.)

Source: http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/06/here-are-republicans-who-voted-immigration-reform

Maryland Amnesty Backers


Maryland NOW

Anne Arundel County NOW

Source: http://marylandnow.org/immigration_reform_letter/

ACLU of Maryland

Source: http://www.aclu-md.org/issues/immigrants_rights



CASA de Maryland

Source: http://cdm.nonprofitsoapbox.com/news-archive/1203-thousands-rally-in-dc-for-immigration-reform

Maryland Immigrant Rights Coalition

Source: http://marylandimmigrantrightscoalition.org/?page_id=457

SEIU 32BJ

Source: http://www.seiu32bj.org/districts/dc-va-md/politics/

Arkansas United Community Coalition Buddies


  • Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

  • National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA)

  • Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)

  • Arkansas Citizens’ First Congress (CFC)

  • EngageNWA – Immigrants from Abroad Pillar

  • Ya es hora! Ciudadanía (YEH)

  • Reform Immigration FOR America (RI4A)

  • Alliance for Citizenship (A4C)

  • Fast for Families (F4F)

 

Source: http://arkansascoalition.org/who/regional-national-affiliates/


Donors


  • Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

  • Arkansas Community Foundation

  • Darragh Foundation

  • New World Foundation

  • Four Freedoms Fund

  • Southern Partners Fund

  • Sunflower Foundation

  • Tides Foundation

  • Center for Community Change (CCC) (for the Fair Immigration Reform Movement/ FIRM)

  • Walmart, Inc.

  • VoteMob

  • League of United Latin American (LULAC) of Arkansas

  • Individual contributions

Source: http://arkansascoalition.org/who/donors/

Arkansas Amnesty Backers


Arkansas United Community Coalition 

Source: http://boileddownjuice.com/dont-forget-about-arkansas-march-for-immigration-reform-in-dardanelle-arkansas/



Arkansas Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

La Casa, the Democratic Hispanic Caucus, the Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice and Service Employees International Union Local 100.

Source: http://www.alipac.us/f12/ar-coalition-calls-immigration-reform-47956/

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (AACF)

Source: http://www.aradvocates.org/aacf-applauds-u-s-senate-for-immigration-reform-vote/

The Little Rock Regional Chamber

Source: http://www.arkansasmatters.com/news/news/need-for-immigration-reform-high-in-the-us

Arkansas Farm Bureau

Arkansas Chamber of Commerce

Interfaith Arkansas

Source: http://ualrpublicradio.org/post/arkansas-business-farm-faith-leaders-call-immigration-reform#stream/0



Arkansas Economic Development Commission

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

Arkansas Rice Federation, Arkansas Cattlemen's Association, Arkansas Green Industry Association, Mexican Consulate in Little Rock, and The Poultry Federation of Arkansas

Associated Industries of Arkansas

Source: http://hola-arkansas.com/arkansas-business-leaders-support-immigration-reform/

Arkansas Interfaith Alliance Buddies


National Interfaith Alliance http://www.interfaithalliance.org

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) www.disciples.org

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship http://www.thefellowship.info/

National Baptist Convention  www.nationalbaptist.com

The Episcopal Church www.episcopalchurch.org

The United Methodist Church www.umc.org

The Presbyterian Church www.pcusa.org/

Union for Reform Judaism www.urj.org/

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations: www.uua.org

Source: http://www.arkinterfaith.org/partners.html


AFACT Buddies


Amazing Grace Lutheran Church — Pastor Adam Barnhart
Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – Pastor Gary Holthaus
 
Bethel Chapel — Pastor Robert Evans

Catholic Alaska Native Ministry
Catholic Hispanic Ministry — Sister Mary Peter Diaz

Central Lutheran Church
First CME Church — Pastor Jerry Webb
First Covenant Church — Pastor Max Lopez-Cepero

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church – Pastor Mark Orf
Lutheran Church of Hope — Pastor Julia Seymour

New Hope Baptist Church
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church — Father Vincent Blanco
St. Anthony Catholic Church — Father Fred Bugarin
St. Mark Lutheran Church — Pastor Carol George
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church — The Rev. Michael Burke
Youth Making a Change (YMAC)


Source: http://www.anchoragefact.org/about-afact/members/

Source: http://www.stanthony-alaska.org/audio-video/Immigration%20Reform%20Town%20Meeting.pdf

Montana Amnesty Backers


Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance (MIJA) - http://www.mija.org/

Alaska Amnesty Backers


Dave Becket, Superintendent of the Alaska United Methodist Conference; Paul Bolling, Pastor of First Christian Church; Vince Beltrami, President of the Alaska AFL-CIO; Marvin Jones, President of Unite Here Local 878

Source: http://www.akbizmag.com/Alaska-Business-Monthly/April-2010/Alaskans-Step-Up-Calls-for-Immigration-Reform-TONIGHT/



Alaska’s Congressional Delegation: Alaska’s congressional delegation, Senators Mark Begich (D-AK) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Congressman Don Young (R-AK) 

Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN)

Source: http://americasvoice.org/blog/icymi-alaska-congressional-delegation-alaska-federation-of-natives-strongly-support-immigration-reform-2/

SEIU

Source: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/4/8/1200233/-AK-Sen-SEIU-Praises-Mark-Begich-D-For-His-Support-For-Immigration-Reform

Oklahoma Amnesty Backers


Sen. Brian Crain

Pat McFerron of CMA Strategies

Jake Fisher, owner of Bridges Advertising

Source: http://okgazette.com/2014/11/20/republicans-call-for-immigration-reform-from-oklahoma-delegation/

First Friends Buddies

Partners


AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE IMMIGRANT RIGHTS PROGRAM

Peace and alternatives to war, hunger and world development, urban affairs, prisons and criminal justice, refugee displacement and immigration, community conflict resolution, and opportunities for youth have been the focus of the AFSC's New York Metropolitan Region for decades.

89 Market St., 6th floor Newark, NJ 07102 (973) 643-1924

 

BERGEN COUNTY SANCTUARY COMMITTEE

The Bergen County Sanctuary Committee is a model community-based alternative to detention. It is a coalition of religious communities, human rights organizations, and other groups and individuals who have joined together to provide support and services for asylum seekers who are released from detention. Among the services they provide are: housing, medical care, financial support, educational opportunities, language instruction, transportation, recreation, and liaison with attorneys. 687 Larch Avenue, Teaneck, NJ 07666 201-836-5187 email:

 

CASA ESPERANZA

Low cost legal services for the underrepresented immigrant community is mostly what we provide;

we are also known for ...organizing, networking, educating...

P.O. Box 2693 Plainfield, NJ 07060 732-748-1111 casaesperanzanj@yahoo.com

 

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IMMIGRATION PROGRAM

The Refugee & Immigration Assistance program provides assistance to clients with immigration problems by providing inexpensive fee-for-service legal assistance in all phases of immigration and naturalization proceedings, representation in deportation or exclusion proceedings before the Immigration Court, and assistance in any matter involving immigration and citizenship.

590 North 7th Street Newark, NJ 07107

 

DETENTION WATCH NETWORK

The Detention Watch Network (DWN) is a national coalition of organizations and individuals working to educate the public and policy makers about the U.S. immigration detention and deportation system and advocate for humane reform so that all who come to our shores receive fair and humane treatment.

1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW Suite 200 Washington, D.C. 20005 202/393-1044 x 227

 

COMMUNITY INITIATIVES FOR VISITING IMMIGRANTS IN CONFINEMENT (CIVIC)

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC) is a national nonprofit working to end the isolation and abuse of people in U.S. civil immigration detention. CIVIC was founded on the belief that true immigration detention reform can only be achieved through broad civic engagement. CIVIC is composed of an extremely diverse and experienced coalition of local community members, religious leaders, university students, and grassroots supporters. In 2012, CIVIC’s co-founders Christina Fialho and Christina Mansfield were awarded the prestigious Echoing Green Fellowship, which is given to the world’s top emerging social entrepreneurs.

 

NEW JERSEY DREAM ACT COALITION

A Coalition of NJ college graduates who came to the U.S. as minor children. The organization supports passage of the Dream Act:

The Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM Act) is a bill that, if passed, would allow a student up to 6 years of legal residence.

 

PASSAIC COUNTY COALITION FOR IMMIGRANT RIGHTS

Los defensores de los Inmigrantes en NJ respaldan el Día de Acción en todo el Estado, para hacer un llamado al fin de las detenciones masivas de inmigrantes y la cooperación de I.C.E y la policía

Pax Christi, New Jersey

This is the glog for Pax Christi NJ: working to bring about non-violent social change through prayer, study and action. An affiliated group of Pax Christi USA, representing the Catholic Peace Movement in the United States.

 

SOAR LOGOSOAR NATION

10% of everything you buy is donated to FirstFriends when you sign up amd designate us as your non-profit.

 

SOJOURNERS OF RIVERSIDE CHURCH

Founded in 1999, The Sojourner Detention Visitor Program recruits, trains, transports and mentors volunteers to visit and befriend asylum seekers and other non-criminal, non-citizens held at the Elizabeth Detention Center, a windowless converted warehouse near Newark Airport in New Jersey.

Email: sojourners@theriversidechurchny.org

 

ST. JOSEPH SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER

St. Joseph's is a place where the homeless and the poor are welcomed as our brothers and sisters.

...they come to us in need. And we strive to serve them with compassion and love.

...a community that unites city and suburbs, poor and affluent, young and old, and people of all colors.

...a place where hearts are touched and consciousness raised among many, so that together we can begin to build a more just society where all people can live in peace.

118 Division St. Elizabeth, NJ 07201 908-352-2989

 

Source: http://www.firstfriendsnjny.org/partners.html


Organizations


Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Services (LIRS), Baltimore

Dominican Sisters in Committed Collaboration with Caldwell, Blauvelt, Amityville, Hope, and Sparkhill

American Friends Service Committee, Newark, NJ

NJ Advocates for Immigrant Detainees (NJAID)

St. Theresa’s Church, Dumont, NJ

Catholic Charities, NJ, NYC

Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless, Elizabeth, NJ

St. Josephs Social Center, Elizabeth, NJ

Christ Church, Summit, NJ

Don Bosco H.S. (Speak Out Club), Ramsey, NJ

Immaculate Heart Academy, Washington Township, NJ

Detention Watch Network, DC

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)

Highland Park Reformed Church, NJ

Morrow Methodist Church, Maplewood, NJ

St. Rose of Lima, Newark, NJ

Episcopal Diocese of Newark, NJ

Episcopal Prison Ministry of Trenton, NJ

International Rescue Committee, Elizabeth, NJ

Human Rights First, NYC

Princeton DREAM Team, Princeton, NJ

Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton, NJ

St. Margaret’s Church, Morristown, NJ

Seafarers and International House, NYC

Sojourners of Riverside Church, NYC

St. Francis of Assisi Church, NYC

Bergen County Sanctuary Committee, NJ

Amnesty International, NJ

Pax Christi, NJ

Calvary UMC, Dumont, NJ

Casa Esperanza, Bound Brook, NJ

Casa Freehold, NJ

Catholic Worker, NYC

Chatham Friends, NJ

Church World Services, NYC

Felician College, Lodi, NJ

First Reformed Church of Secaucus, NJ

Franciscan Sisters of Peace, NJ

Legal Services of NJ

Legal Aid Society, NYC

Drew University, Madison, NJ

Monmouth University, School of Social Work, NJ

Mother Seton Regional H.S., Clark, NJ

Rutgers University School of Social Work, NJ

Rutgers University Law School, NJ

Seton Hall University, School of Social Work, NJ

St. Peters College Jersey City, NJ

William Paterson University, NJ

Sisters of Charity, Convent Station, NJ

Sisters of Mercy

St. Helen's RC. Westfield, NJ

St. Lucy’s Church, Newark, NJ

St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Church, Hoboken, NJ

Assumption of All Saints Convent, Jersey City, NJ

St. Columbia Convent, Newark, NJ

Unitarian Legislative Ministries New Jersey (UULMNJ)

Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, NJ

Unitarian Universalist Church, Montclair, NJ

Central Unitarian Church, Paramus NJ

United Methodist Committee on Refugees (UMCOR)

Source: http://www.firstfriendsnjny.org/organizations.html


DAPA/DACA Supporters


KAMALA D. HARRIS

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

GEORGE JEPSEN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF CONNECTICUT

MATTHEW P. DENN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF DELAWARE

KARL A. RACINE

ATTORNEY GENERAL

DIST. OF COLUMBIA

DOUGLAS S. CHIN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF HAWAI’I

LISA MADIGAN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF ILLINOIS

THOMAS J. MILLER

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF IOWA

JANET T. MILLS

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF MAINE

BRIAN E. FROSH

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF MARYLAND

MAURA HEALEY

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS

HECTOR H. BALDERAS

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF NEW MEXICO

ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF NEW YORK

ELLEN F. ROSENBLUM

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF OREGON

PETER F. KILMARTIN

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND

WILLIAM H. SORRELL

ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE OF VERMONT

MARK R. HERRING

ATTORNEY GENERAL OF

STATE OF VIRGINIA

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/March-8-AG-Amicus.pdf

DONALD B. VERRILLI, JR.

Solicitor General

BENJAMIN C. MIZER

Principal Deputy Assistant

Attorney General

IAN HEATH GERSHENGORN

EDWIN S. KNEEDLER

Deputy Solicitors General

BETH S. BRINKMANN

Deputy Assistant Attorney

General


ZACHARY D. TRIPP

Assistant to the Solicitor

General

DOUGLAS N. LETTER



SCOTT R. MCINTOSH

JEFFREY CLAIR

WILLIAM E. HAVEMANN

Attorneys

Source: https://www.justice.gov/opa/file/829896/download

ZACHARY W. CARTER MICHAEL N. FEUER

Corporation Counsel of City Attorney of the

the City of New York, City of Los Angeles,

Attorney for the City of Attorney for the City of

New York and Mayor Los Angeles and Los

Bill de Blasio Angeles City Mayor

Eric Garcetti

CATHY HAMPTON THOMAS BENTLEY, III

City Attorney, Deputy City Attorney,

Attorney for Kasim Reed, Attorney for William

Mayor of Atlanta A. Bell, Sr., Mayor of

Birmingham, Alabama

ANNE L. MORGAN

City Attorney,

Attorney for Steve Adler

Mayor of Austin, Texas

Counsel for Amicus Curiae

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Donna R. Ziegler



County Counsel for the County of Alameda

Attorney for the County of Alameda, California

Stephen Thies

City of Alamogordo Attorney

Attorney for the City of Alamogordo, New Mexico

and for Mayor Susie Galea

John J. Reilly

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Katherine M. Sheehan,

Mayor of Albany, New York

James L. Banks, Jr.

City Attorney

Office of the City Attorney

for the City of Alexandria

Attorney for the City of Alexandria, Virginia

and Mayor Allison Silberberg

Susan Ellis Wild

Solicitor, City of Allentown, Pennsylvania

Attorney for the City of Allentown

and Mayor Ed Pawlowski

Nancy Diamond

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Arcata, California

Mayor Paul Pitino

33

Stephen A. MacIsaac



County Attorney

Counsel for the County Board

of Arlington County, Virginia

George A. Nilson

Baltimore City Solicitor

Attorney for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

acting on behalf of the Mayor

and City Council of Baltimore

David J. Aleshire

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Bell, California

Philippa M. Guthrie

Corporation Counsel

Counsel for the City of Bloomington, Indiana

Mayor John Hamilton

Robert B. Luce

City Attorney

City of Boise

Attorney for David H. Bieter,

Mayor of the City of Boise, Idaho

Eugene L. O’Flaherty

Corporation Counsel

City of Boston Law Department

Attorney for Martin J. Walsh

Mayor of the City of Boston, Massachusetts

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R. Christopher Meyer



City Attorney for the City of Bridgeport

Attorney on behalf of the Honorable Joseph P.

Ganim, Mayor of the City of Bridgeport,

Connecticut

Mark Sossi

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Brownsville, Texas

Mayor Tony Martinez

Timothy A. Ball

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Byron W. Brown,

Mayor of Buffalo, New York

Nancy E. Glowa

City Solicitor

Law Department

Attorney for the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts

G. Nicholas Herman

Robert E. Hornik, Jr.

The Brough Law Firm, PLLC

Attorneys for the Town of Carrboro, North Carolina

Mayor Lydia Lavelle

Matthew T. Jerzyk

City Solicitor

City of Central Falls

Attorney for James Diossa,

Mayor of the City of Central Falls, Rhode Island

35

Cheryl Watson Fisher



City Solicitor of the City of Chelsea

Attorney for the City of Chelsea, Massachusetts

and City Manager Thomas G. Ambrosino

Stephen R. Patton

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for the City of Chicago, Illinois

and Mayor Rahm Emanuel

Rose M. Winkeler

Deputy County Attorney

Coconino County Attorneys Office

Attorney for the Coconino County, Arizona

Board of Supervisors

Richard C. Pfeiffer, Jr.

City Attorney

City of Columbus

Counsel for Andrew Ginther,

Mayor of the City of Columbus, Ohio

Anita Alvarez

State’s Attorney

Donald J. Pechous

Paul A. Castiglione

Assistant State’s Attorneys

Attorneys for Cook County, Illinois

Wendy L. Elston

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Crete, Nebraska

Mayor Roger Foster

36

Monica Lira Bravo



Lira Bravo Law, PLLC

Attorney for Dallas County, Texas,

and Clay Lewis Jenkins,

County Judge of Dallas County

Harriet A. Steiner

City Attorney

Best Best & Krieger LLP

Attorney for Dan Wolk,

Mayor of the City of Davis, California

John C. Musto

Assistant City Attorney

City of Dayton, Ohio

Department of Law

Attorney for City of Dayton, Ohio

and Nan Whaley, Mayor of the City of Dayton, Ohio

D. Scott Martinez

City Attorney

Attorney for Michael B. Hancock

Mayor of the City & County of Denver

John B. Murphey

Rosenthal, Murphey, Coblentz & Donahue

Attorney for the Village of Dolton, Illinois

and Mayor Riley H. Rogers

Patrick W. Baker

City Attorney for the City of

Durham, North Carolina

37

Thomas M. Yeadon



Attorney for the City of East Lansing, Michigan

and Mayor Mark S. Meadows

Ricardo Palacios

Palacios, Garza, & Thompson, P.C.

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for City of Edinburg, Texas

and Mayor Richard H. Garcia

Jo Anne Bernal

El Paso County Attorney

Attorney for El Paso County, Texas

Michael Guina

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Emeryville, California,

Mayor Dianne Martinez

W. Grant Farrar

Corporation Counsel

City of Evanston Law Department

Attorney for Elizabeth Tisdahl

Mayor of Evanston, Illinois

Roger N. Knutson

City Attorney

Attorney for Peter Lindstrom

Mayor of Falcon Heights, Minnesota

38

Niquelle Allen Winfrey



Corporation Counsel of the City of Gary, Indiana

Attorney for the City of Gary, Indiana and

Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson

Andrew P. Oddo, Esq.

Corporation Counsel

for the Borough of Haledon, New Jersey

Attorney for the Borough of Haledon

and Mayor Domenick Stampone

Howard G. Rifkin

Corporation Counsel

City of Hartford

Attorney for the City of Hartford, Connecticut

and Mayor Luke Bronin

Debra Urbano DiSalvo

Village Attorney

Attorney for Incorporated Village of

Hempstead, New York

Benjamin E. Gehrt

Partner

Clark Baird Smith LLP



Attorney for Nancy R. Rotering

Mayor of the City of Highland Park, Illinois

Alysia M. Proko, Esq.

Interim Corporation Counsel

City of Hoboken

Attorney for the Mayor and

City of Hoboken, New Jersey

39

Kara Lamb Cunha



Assistant City Solicitor

Attorney for Alex B. Morse,

Mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts

Donna L. Edmundson

City Attorney

Judith Ramsey

Chief, General Litigation Section

City of Houston Legal Department

Attorney for Sylvester Turner,

Mayor of Houston

Scott A. Damron

City Attorney of the City of

Huntington, West Virginia

Attorney for the City of Huntington, West Virginia

and Mayor Steve Williams

Aaron O. Lavine

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Svante L. Myrick,

Mayor of Ithaca, New York

Monica Davis Joiner

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Jackson, Mississippi

Mayor Tony Yarber

40

Jeremy Farrell



Corporation Counsel

City of Jersey City

Attorney for Steven M. Fulop,

Mayor of the City of Jersey City, New Jersey

William D. Geary

City Attorney

Attorney for Sylvester “Sly” James,

Mayor of the City of Kansas City, Missouri

Charles W. Swanson

Law Director, City of Knoxville, Tennessee

Attorney for City of Knoxville, Tennessee

and Mayor Madeline Rogero

Jose M. Sanchez

City Attorney of the City of Livingston

Attorney for the City of Livingston, California and

Mayor Rodrigo Espinoza

Charles Parkin

City Attorney

Attorney for Robert Garcia

Mayor of Long Beach, California

Mary C. Wickham

County Counsel

Attorney for Los Angeles County, California

Julia Bates

Lucas County Prosecutor

By Steven J. Papadimos

First Assistant, Lucas County Prosecutor's Office

Attorney for Board of Lucas County, Ohio,

Commissioners, Tina Skeldon Wozniak, Pete

Gerken, and Carol Contrada

Michael P. May

City Attorney

Attorney for Paul R. Soglin,

Mayor of Madison, Wisconsin

Steven Woodside

County Counsel

Counsel for the County of Marin, California

Kori Termine Wisneski

Deputy General Counsel

Office of the General Counsel

City of Middletown

Attorney for Daniel T. Drew

Mayor of the City of Middletown, Connecticut

Grant F. Langley

City Attorney

City of Milwaukee

Attorney for the City of Milwaukee

Susan L. Segal

Minneapolis City Attorney

Attorney for Betsy Hodges, Mayor of Minneapolis,

and the City of Minneapolis

Marc P. Hansen

County Attorney

Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland

John Rose, Jr.

Acting Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Toni N. Harp,

Mayor of New Haven, Connecticut

Jeffrey T. Londregan

Corporation Counsel

of the City of New London

Attorney for the City of New London, Connecticut

and Mayor Michael E. Passero

Rebecca Dietz

City Attorney

City of New Orleans

Attorney for Mitch Landrieu

Mayor of the City of New Orleans, Louisiana

Kathleen E. Gill, Esq.

Chief of Staff for Policy and Government Affairs/

Corporation Counsel

City of New Rochelle

Attorney for Mayor Bramson and

the City of New Rochelle, New York

Willie L. Parker, Esq.

Corporation Counsel

City of Newark, Department of Law

Attorney for Ras J. Baraka,

Mayor of the City of Newark, New Jersey

Donnalyn B. Lynch Kahn

City Solicitor

City of Newton

Attorney for Setti D. Warren

Mayor of the City of Newton, Massachusetts

Craig H. Johnson

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Paul A. Dyster,

Mayor of Niagara Falls, New York

Barbara J. Parker

City Attorney for the

City of Oakland

Attorney for Mayor Libby Schaaf

and the City of Oakland

Domenick Stampone, Esq.

Corporation Counsel for the City of Paterson

Attorney for the City of Paterson, New Jersey

and Mayor Jose “joey” Torres

Samuel S. Goren, Esq.

City Attorney

City of Pembroke Pines

City Attorney for Pembroke Pines, Florida

Sozi Pedro Tulante

City Solicitor

Philadelphia Law Department

Attorney for the City of Philadelphia and

Mayor James F. Kenney

Lourdes Sanchez Ridge

City Solicitor

Chief Legal Officer

Attorney for William Peduto,

Mayor of Pittsburgh

David L. Minchello

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Adrian O. Mapp,

Mayor of Plainfield, New Jersey

Tracy Reeve

City Attorney

Harry Auerbach

Chief Deputy City Attorney

Attorneys for Charlie Hales, Mayor of Portland,

on behalf of the City Council

of the City of Portland, Oregon

M. Andree Green

County Attorney

Attorney for Prince George’s County, Maryland

Trishka W. Cecil

Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C.

Attorney for Princeton, New Jersey

Jeff Dana

City Solicitor

Attorney for Jorge O. Elorza,

Mayor of the City of Providence, Rhode Island

Bruce Reed Goodmiller

City Attorney

City of Richmond

Attorney for the City of Richmond

and Mayor Tom Butt, City of Richmond, California

Brian F. Curran

Corporation Counsel

Law Department

City of Rochester

Attorney for Lovely Warren,

Mayor of the City of Rochester, New York

Rachel M. Caruso

Borough Attorney

Borough of Roselle

Attorney for the Borough of Roselle, New Jersey

Mayor Christine Dansereau

James Sanchez

City Attorney

Attorney for the City Council,

Sacramento, California

Margaret D. Plane

Salt Lake City Attorney

Salt Lake City Corporation

Attorney for Salt Lake City

and Mayor Jackie Biskupski

Rick R. Olivarez

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of San Fernando, California

Dennis J. Herrera

San Francisco City Attorney

Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco

and Mayor Edwin M. Lee

Richard Doyle

City Attorney

Attorney for Mayor Sam Liccardo

and the City of San Jose, California

John C. Beiers

County Counsel

Attorney for the County of San Mateo, California

Sonia R. Carvalho

City Attorney

City of Santa Ana

City Attorney for the City of Santa Ana, California

Miguel Pulido, Mayor

Orry P. Korb

County Counsel

County of Santa Clara

Attorney for the County of Santa Clara, California

Charlene Laplante

Chief Civil Deputy

Santa Cruz County Attorney

Attorney for the Board of Supervisors

Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Kelley A. Brennan

City Attorney

City of Santa Fe

Attorney for the City of Santa Fe

Javier M. Gonzales, Mayor

Marsha Jones Moutrie

City Attorney

City of Santa Monica

Attorney for the City of Santa Monica, California,

Mayor Antonio Vazquez

Carl G. Falotico

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Gary R. McCarthy,

Mayor of Schenectady, New York

Ian Warner

Legal Counsel to the Mayor of Seattle

Counsel for Edward B. Murray, Mayor of Seattle

Francis X. Wright, Jr.

City Solicitor

City of Somerville

As attorney for Joseph A. Curtatone,

as Mayor of Somerville, Massachusetts

Bruce Goldstein

County Counsel

Alegria De La Cruz

Deputy County Counsel

County of Sonoma

Attorneys for Sonoma County, California

Cristal C. Brisco

Corporation Counsel of the City of South Bend

Attorney for the City of South Bend, Indiana

and Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Michael A. Garvin

City Counselor

Attorney for Francis G. Slay,

Mayor of the City of St. Louis

Samuel J. Clark

City Attorney

Attorney for Mayor Chris Coleman

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Terry J. Williams

Solicitor

Attorney for State College, Pennsylvania Borough

Council and Mayor Elizabeth A. Goreham

Kimberly A. Kisslan

City Attorney

City of Sunrise

Attorney for Michael J. Ryan

Mayor of Sunrise, Florida

Robert P. Stamey

Corporation Counsel

Attorney for Stephanie A. Miner

Mayor of Syracuse, New York

49

Elizabeth A. Pauli



City of Tacoma

City Attorney

Attorney for Marilyn Strickland,

Mayor of the City of Tacoma

Julia C. Mandell, Esq.

City Attorney

City of Tampa Attorney for Bob Buckhorn,

Mayor of the City of Tampa, Florida

David A. Escamilla

Travis County Attorney

Sherine E. Thomas, Assistant County Attorney

Travis County Attorney’s Office

Attorneys for Travis County, Texas

Marc A. McKithen

Director of Law – City Attorney

Counsel for Eric E. Jackson

Mayor of the City of Trenton, New Jersey

Krystle Nova

City Attorney

Attorney for the City of Union City, New Jersey

Robert E. Barry, Esq.

County Counsel, County of Union

Attorney for the County of Union, New Jersey

50

Elizabeth A. Cavendish



General Counsel

Mayor Muriel Bowser

Attorney for Mayor Muriel Bowser,

Washington, D.C.

Michael Jenkins

City Attorney

Jenkins & Hogin, LLP

Attorney for Lindsey P. Horvath,

Mayor of West Hollywood, California

Frank Consolo

Law Director

Counsel for Mayor Charles E. Smith and

The Village of Woodmere, Ohio

Philip J. Pogledich

County Counsel

County of Yolo

Attorney for the County of Yolo, California

Michael V. Curti, Esq.

Corporation Counsel

City of Yonkers

Attorney for Mike Spano,

Mayor of the City of Yonkers, New York

Jason R. Sabol, Esq.

Assistant Solicitor of the City of York,

Pennsylvania

Attorney for the City of York, Pennsylvania

and Mayor C. Kim Bracey

51

Carolyn Coleman, Esq.



Director, Federal Advocacy

National League of Cities

Attorney for National League of Cities

John Daniel Reaves

General Counsel

The United States Conference of Mayors

Attorney for The United States

Conference of Mayors

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/Cities-Immigration-Amicus.pdf

BORIS BERSHTEYN

Counsel of Record

ESTHER ADZHIASHVILI

SAM AULD

NICHOLAS J. MOSCOW

STEFANIE E. NEALE

SKADDEN, ARPS, SLATE,

MEAGHER & FLOM LLP

4 Times Square

New York, NY, 10036

(212) 735-3000

Boris.Bershteyn@skadden.com

KRISTIN LINSLEY MYLES

MUNGER, TOLLES &

OLSON LLP

560 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 512-4022

Kristin.Myles@mto.com

Counsel for Amici Curiae

Mark Zuckerberg, Reid

Hoffman, Ron Conway, Max

Levchin, Aditya Agarwal,

Nosheen Hashemi, Rishi Shah

and Faquiry Diaz Cala.

DAVID A. WILSON

THOMPSON HINE LLP

1919 M Street NW, Suite 700

Washington, DC 20036

(202) 263-4161

David.Wilson@thompsonhine.com

Counsel for Amicus Curiae Liberty

Tax, Inc.

Attorneys for Amici Curiae *

AlleyWatch

American Apparel, LLC

Amplify LA Partners, LLC

appbackr inc

Asana


Atipica, Inc.

BenchPrep

Bunnyforce Inc

Care.com, Inc.,

Civitas Learning, Inc

The Conti Group

Cyber League Media

Cyclo Corp

The Ethnic Business Coalition

Farmers Investment Co.

Broetje Orchards, d.b.a. First Fruits,

Fueled Digital Media LLC

HomeHero, Inc.

HSTRY Ltd

The Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (“IHCC”)

Ivar’s Inc.,

Liberty Tax, Inc.

The Main Street Alliance

Marek Brothers Systems, Inc

MassChallenge, Inc.,

The Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (the Hispanic Chamber)

Mitu Network

SEOMoz, Inc., d.b.a. Moz

Muddy Branch Veterinary Center

New Solutions Group, LLC

The Nisei Farmers League

One, Inc

Polarr Company

Redfin Corporation

Rhubarb Studios

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce

Small Business Majority

Strong Ventures, LLC

Tangelo, Inc.

Taquería El Rincón Mexicano

Tech Ranch

ThinkFoodGroup LLC

ThoughtWorks, Inc.

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The Washington Growers League

Youthful LLC

Dropbox

Bunker Labs



FWD.us

Tres Mares Group

San Antonio Entrepreneur Center

Rising Barn

FreeFlow Research

Graham Holdings Company

HAND Foundation

LinkedIn


Flipagram

Affirm


Glow

HVF


Bessemer Venture Partners

Jackthreads

Capital Factory

ContextMedia

Facebook

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-Members-of-Business-Community.pdf

Respectfully submitted,

Matthew J. Piers

Joshua Karsh

Chirag G. Badlani

HUGHES SOCOL PIERS

RESNICK & DYM, LTD.

70 West Madison St.,

Suite 4000

Chicago, IL 60602

mpiers@hsplegal.com

(312) 580-0100

Counsel for Amici Curiae

Mark W. Mosier

David M. Zionts

Counsel of Record

Philip J. Levitz

COVINGTON & BURLING LLP

One CityCenter

850 Tenth Street, N.W.

Washington, DC 20001-4956

mmosier@cov.com

(202) 662-6000

Counsel for the Major Cities

Chiefs Association, Police

Executive Research Forum,

and National Organization of

Black Law Enforcement Executives

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-MCCA.pdf


U.S. House of Representatives


Alma S. Adams

Pete Aguilar

Karen Bass

Joyce Beatty

Xavier Becerra

Ami Bera


Donald S. Beyer, Jr.

Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.

Earl Blumenauer

Suzanne Bonamici

Madeleine Z. Bordallo

Brendan F. Boyle

Robert A. Brady

Corrine Brown

Julia Brownley

Cheri Bustos

G.K. Butterfield

Lois Capps

Michael E. Capuano

Tony Cárdenas

John C. Carney, Jr.

André Carson

Matt Cartwright

Kathy Castor

Joaquin Castro

Judy Chu


David N. Cicilline

Katherine M. Clark

Yvette D. Clarke

Wm. Lacy Clay

Emanuel Cleaver

James E. Clyburn

Steve Cohen

Gerald E. Connolly

John Conyers, Jr.

Jim Cooper

Jim Costa

Joe Courtney

Joseph Crowley

Henry Cuellar

Elijah E. Cummings

Danny K. Davis

Susan A. Davis

Peter A. DeFazio

Diana DeGette

John K. Delaney

Rosa L. DeLauro

Suzan K. DelBene

Mark DeSaulnier

Theodore E. Deutch

Debbie Dingell

Lloyd Doggett

Michael F. Doyle

Tammy Duckworth

Donna F. Edwards

Keith Ellison

Eliot L. Engel

Anna G. Eshoo

Elizabeth H. Esty

Sam Farr


Chaka Fattah

Bill Foster

Lois Frankel

Marcia L. Fudge

Tulsi Gabbard

Ruben Gallego

John Garamendi

Gwen Graham

Alan Grayson

Al Green


Gene Green

Raúl M. Grijalva

Luis V. Gutiérrez

Janice Hahn

Alcee L. Hastings

Denny Heck

Brian Higgins

James A. Himes

Rubén Hinojosa

Michael M. Honda

Steny H. Hoyer

Jared Huffman

Steve Israel

Sheila Jackson Lee

Hakeem S. Jeffries

Eddie Bernice Johnson

Henry C. “Hank” Johnson, Jr.

Marcy Kaptur

William R. Keating

Robin L. Kelly

Joseph P. Kennedy, III

Daniel T. Kildee

Derek Kilmer

Ron Kind


Ann Kirkpatrick

Ann M. Kuster

James R. Langevin

John B. Larson

Brenda L. Lawrence

Barbara Lee

Sander M. Levin

John Lewis

Ted Lieu

David Loebsack

Zoe Lofgren

Alan S. Lowenthal

Nita M. Lowey

Ben Ray Luján

Michelle Lujan Grisham

Carolyn B. Maloney

Sean Patrick Maloney

Doris O. Matsui

Betty McCollum

Jim McDermott

James P. McGovern

Jerry McNerney

Gregory W. Meeks

Grace Meng

Gwen Moore

Seth Moulton

Patrick Murphy

Jerrold Nadler

Grace F. Napolitano

Richard E. Neal

Richard M. Nolan

Donald Norcross

Eleanor Holmes Norton

Beto O’Rourke

Frank Pallone, Jr.

Bill Pascrell, Jr.

Donald M. Payne, Jr.

Nancy Pelosi

Ed Perlmutter

Scott H. Peters

Pedro R. Pierluisi

Chellie Pingree

Stacey E. Plaskett

Mark Pocan

Jared Polis

David E. Price

Mike Quigley

Charles B. Rangel

Kathleen M. Rice

Cedric L. Richmond

Lucille Roybal-Allard

Raul Ruiz

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Bobby L. Rush

Tim Ryan

Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan

Linda T. Sánchez

Loretta Sanchez

John P. Sarbanes

Janice D. Schakowsky

Adam B. Schiff

Kurt Schrader

David Scott

Robert C. “Bobby” Scott

José E. Serrano

Terri A. Sewell

Brad Sherman

Albio Sires

Louise McIntosh Slaughter

Adam Smith

Jackie Speier

Eric Swalwell

Mark Takai

Mark Takano

Bennie G. Thompson

Mike Thompson

Dina Titus

Paul Tonko

Norma J. Torres

Niki Tsongas

Chris Van Hollen

Juan Vargas

Marc A. Veasey

Filemon Vela

Nydia M. Velázquez

Timothy J. Walz

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Maxine Waters

Bonnie Watson Coleman

Peter Welch

Frederica S. Wilson

John A. Yarmuth


U.S. Senate


Tammy Baldwin

Michael F. Bennet

Richard Blumenthal

Cory A. Booker

Barbara Boxer

Sherrod Brown

Maria Cantwell

Benjamin L. Cardin

Thomas R. Carper

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

Christopher A. Coons

Richard J. Durbin

Dianne Feinstein

Al Franken

Kirsten Gillibrand

Martin Heinrich

Mazie K. Hirono

Tim Kaine

Amy Klobuchar

Patrick J. Leahy

Edward J. Markey

Robert Menendez

Jeffrey A. Merkley

Barbara A. Mikulski

Christopher S. Murphy

Patty Murray

Bill Nelson

Gary C. Peters

Jack Reed

Harry Reid

Bernard Sanders

Brian Schatz

Charles E. Schumer

Jeanne Shaheen

Debbie Stabenow

Mark R. Warner

Elizabeth Warren

Sheldon Whitehouse

Ron Wyden

Source: http://www.democraticleader.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Final-Sct-Amicus-Brief-House-and-Senate.pdf

Faith-based groups in support of Amnesty: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-Faith-Based-Orgs.pdf

MICHAEL J. GOTTLIEB

Counsel of Record

ALEXANDER I. PLATT

JOSHUA RILEY

ALEXANDER TABLOFF

BOIES, SCHILLER &

FLEXNER LLP

5301 Wisconsin Ave, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20015

(202) 237-2727

mgottlieb@bsfllp.com

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/USvTexas-AmicusBriefofFormerImmigrationOfficials.pdf

Business Leaders


California Association of Boutique & Breakfast Inns

California Hotel and Lodging Association

California Restaurant Association

Community Alliance with Family Farmers

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce

AltaMed Health Services Corporation

Driscoll’s Berries

Richard E. Dotts, President/Owner,

DMS Facility Services

Edward M. Kashian, CEO,

Lance-Kashian & Company

Shah Kazemi, President and CEO,

Monterey Mushrooms

R. Craig McNamara, President, Sierra Orchards

Guadalupe Sandoval, Executive Director,

California Farm Labor Contractor Association

Victor Smith, CEO, JV Smith Companies d/b/a JV

Farms Organic

Steven A. Zuckerman, President,

Self-Help Federal Credit Union

Civic Leaders


California Endowment

California Wellness Foundation

Rosenberg Foundation

Luis A. Alejo, Chair,

California Latino Legislative Caucus

Austin Beutner, Founder and Chairman,

Vision to Learn; Founder, Evercore Partners;

Former First Deputy Mayor, City of Los Angeles

Eli Broad, Philanthropist

Antonia Hernandez, President & CEO,

California Community Foundation

Laurene Powell Jobs, President, Emerson Collective

Mickey Kantor, Secretary of Commerce,

President Bill Clinton

Monica Lozano, Chairman,

Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program

Norm Mineta, President and CEO,

Mineta and Associates, LLC

Craig Newmark, Founder, craigconnects

Angelo Tsakopoulos


Educational Leaders


Stanford University

Janet Napolitano, President,

University of California

Nicholas B. Dirks, Chancellor, UC Berkeley

Linda P.B. Katehi, Chancellor, UC Davis

Howard Gillman, Chancellor, UC Irvine

Gene D. Block, Chancellor, UC Los Angeles

Dorothy Leland, Chancellor, UC Merced

Kim A. Wilcox, Chancellor, UC Riverside

Pradeep K. Khosla, Chancellor, UC San Diego

Sam Hawgood, Chancellor, UC San Francisco

Henry T. Yang, Chancellor, UC Santa Barbara

George Blumenthal, Chancellor, UC Santa Cruz

Mónica García, Board Member,

Los Angeles Unified School District

Steve Zimmer, Board Member,

Los Angeles Unified School District

Brian King, Chancellor,

Los Rios Community College District

J. Gregg Robinson, Ph.D., President,

San Diego County Board of Education

Religious Leaders


Most Reverend Gerald R. Barnes,

Bishop of the Diocese of San Bernardino

Bishop J. Jon Bruno, Bishop of Los Angeles,

Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles

Reverend Samuel Rodriguez

Source: http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-California-Business-Civic-Educational-and-Religious-Figur.pdf


Civil Rights Groups


1. Action NC

2. Advancement Project

3. The Advocates for Human Rights

4. African Services Committee

5. AIM for Equity

6. Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

(ACIJ)

7. Alianza Americas



8. Alliance for Citizenship

9. Alliance San Diego

10. American Civil Liberties Union

11. American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

12. American Immigration Council

13. American Immigration Lawyers Association

14. American Jewish Committee

15. American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

(ADC)

16. Americans for Immigrant Justice



17. America’s Voice Education Fund

18. Anti-Defamation League

19. API Equality - Los Angeles

20. Arab American Action Network (AAAN)

21. Arab Resource and Organizing Center

22. Arizona DREAM Act Coalition

23. Arkansas United Community Coalition

24. Asian & Pacific Islander American Health

Forum

25. Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote -



Michigan

26. Asian American Legal Defense and Education

Fund (AALDEF)

27. Asian Americans Advancing Justice - AAJC

APPENDIX: LIST OF AMICI CURIAE

28. Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian

Law Caucus

29. Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta

30. Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los

Angeles


31. Asian Law Alliance

32. Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon

(APANO)

33. Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based



Violence

34. Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach

35. Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council

36. Asian Services In Action, Inc.

37. Asociación de Liderazgo Comunitario

38. Association of Asian Pacific Community

Health Organizations

39. Association of Farmworker Opportunity

Programs

40. Ayuda

41. Bet Tzedek Legal Services

42. Black Alliance for Just Immigration

43. Black Immigration Network

44. Boat People SOS - Houston (BPSOS)

45. Border Network for Human Rights

46. Brazilian Worker Center, Inc.

47. Brighton Park Neighborhood Council

48. California Immigrant Policy Center

49. California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

50. California Primary Care Association

51. California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation

52. Canal Alliance

53. Caring Across Generations

54. CASA


55. Casa Cornelia Law Center

56. Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.

57. Causa Oregon

58. Center for Community Change (CCC)

59. Center for Employment Training

60. Center for Popular Democracy

61. Central American Resource Center - Los

Angeles


62. Central American Resource Center

(CARECEN DC)

63. Central Valley Immigrant Integration

Collaborative

64. Centro de Información

65. Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.

66. Centro Laboral de Graton

67. Centro Legal de la Raza

68. Chinese American Service League

69. Chinese for Affirmative Action

70. Cincinnati Interfaith Workers’ Center

71. Civil Rights Education and Enforcement

Center (CREEC)

72. Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice

(CLUE)

73. Cleveland Jobs with Justice



74. Clínica Monseñor Oscar A. Romero

75. Clínica Sierra Vista

76. Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los

Angeles (CHIRLA)

77. Colectiva Legal del Pueblo

78. Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition

79. Colorado People’s Alliance

80. Columbia Legal Services

81. Communities for a Better Environment

82. Community Health Partnership

83. Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto

84. Comunidades Unidas

85. Council of Mexican Federations

86. Council on American-Islamic Relations

87. Cross Border Network

88. Define American

89. Delaware Alliance for Community

Advancement

90. Dolores Street Community Services

91. East Bay Community Law Center

92. East Bay Sanctuary Covenant

93. Eastmont Community Center

94. Education and Leadership Foundation

95. El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos

96. El Centro de la Raza

97. El Centro Hispano

98. El Comité de Apoyo a los Trabajadores

Agrícolas

99. Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

100. Emerald Isle Immigration Center

101. Equal Justice Center

102. Equality California

103. Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project, CCLA

104. Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

105. Families First Services Center, Inc.

106. Families USA

107. Family Forward Oregon

108. The Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc.

109. Farmworker Justice

110. Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC)

111. Food Empowerment Project

112. Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission

113. FWD.us

114. Gamaliel Network

115. Gender Health Center

116. Genesis Center

117. Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials

(GALEO)


118. Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

119. GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

120. Escondido Community Immigration Services

121. The Guatemalan-Maya Center

122. Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy

123. Hawai’i Coalition for Immigrant Rights

124. Highlander Research and Education Center

125. Hip Hop Caucus

126. Hispanic American Community Education and

Services (HACES)

127. Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho

128. Hispanic Federation

129. Hispanic National Bar Association

130. HOLA Ohio

131. Human Agenda

132. Idaho Community Action Network (ICAN)

133. Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee

Rights


134. Immigrant Defenders Law Center

135. Immigrant Defense Project

136. Immigrant Justice Initiative

137. Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

138. Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project

139. Immigrant Legal Resource Center

140. Immigrant Worker Project Ohio

141. Immigration Center for Women and Children

142. Immigration Equality

143. Indo-American Center

144. Interfaith Leadership Project

145. Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice

146. Interfaith Worker Justice of East Tennessee

147. International Brotherhood of Teamsters

148. International Service Center

149. Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

150. Islamic Center of San Diego

151. Japanese American Citizens League

152. Jewish Family and Children’s Services of the

East Bay (JFCS East Bay)

153. Jewish Voice for Peace - Chicago

154. Jobs With Justice

155. Junta for Progressive Action, Inc.

156. Just Communities

157. Just Neighbors Ministry

158. The Korean American Association of Chicago

159. Korean American Community Services

160. Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates of

Southern California (KIWA)

161. Korean Resource Center

162. La Raza Centro Legal

163. Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund,

Inc.

164. Latin America Working Group Education Fund



165. Latin American Coalition

166. Latin American Legal Defense and Education

Fund (LALDEF)

167. Latino Commission on AIDS

168. Latino Policy Forum

169. LatinoJustice PRLDEF

170. Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San

Francisco Bay Area

171. The Leadership Conference on Civil and

Human Rights

172. League of United Latin American Citizens

173. League of United Latin American Citizens

Cicero/Berwyn (LULAC Cicero/Berwyn)

174. Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

175. Legal Aid Justice Center

176. The Legal Aid Society

177. Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center

178. Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County

179. Legal Aid Society of Santa Clara County

180. Legal Services for Children

181. Legal Services of Southern Piedmont

182. LifeLong Medical Care

183. Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition

184. Long Island Jobs with Justice

185. Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice

186. Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFLCIO

187. Los Angeles LGBT Center

188. Lowcountry Immigration Coalition

189. MAFO, Inc.

190. Maine Immigrants’ Rights Coalition (MIRC)

191. Maine People’s Alliance

192. Maintenance Cooperation Trust Fund

193. Make the Road New York

194. Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee

Advocacy Coalition

195. Mexican American Bar Association of Los

Angeles County

196. Mi Casa

197. Mi Familia Vota

198. Michigan Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee

Rights

199. Michigan Immigrant Rights Center



200. Michigan Migrant Legal Assistance Project,

Inc.


201. Michigan United

202. The Migrant and Immigrant Community Action

Project (The MICA Project)

203. Migrant Justice

204. Miguel Contreras Foundation

205. Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance

206. Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates

207. Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

208. Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance (MIJA)

209. Montana Organizing Project (MOP)

210. Movement of Immigrants in Action (Mía)

211. Mujeres Unidas y Activas

212. Multi-Cultural Center of Sioux Falls

213. NAFSA: Association of International

Educators

214. National Asian Pacific American Bar

Association

215. National Center for Lesbian Rights

216. National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

217. National Conference of Vietnamese American

Attorneys

218. National Council of Asian Pacific Americans

(NCAPA)

219. National Council of Jewish Women



220. National Council of La Raza

221. National Day Laborer Organizing Network

222. National Domestic Workers Alliance

223. National Employment Law Project

224. National Federation of Filipino American

Associations

225. National Guestworker Alliance

226. National Immigrant Justice Center

227. National Immigration Law Center

228. National Immigration Project of the National

Lawyers Guild

229. National Korean American Service and

Education Consortium

230. National Latina Institute for Reproductive

Health

231. National Network for Arab American



Communities

232. National Partnership for New Americans

233. National People’s Action

234. Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the

Public Interest

235. Neighborhood Centers, Inc.

236. New Hampshire Alliance for Immigrants and

Refugees


237. New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice

238. New Jersey Policy Perspective

239. New Mexico Immigrant Law Center

240. New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial

Justice

241. The New York Immigration Coalition



242. NewBridges Immigrant Resource Center

243. 9to5, National Association of Working Women

244. North Bay Jobs with Justice

245. The North Carolina Justice Center

246. Northwest Forest Worker Center

247. Northwest Health Foundation

248. Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

249. Northwestern University Asian Pacific

American Coalition

250. OneAmerica

251. OneJustice

252. Orange County Communities Organized for

Responsible Development (OCCORD)

253. The Oregon Bus Project

254. Oregon Latino Agenda for Action

255. Organization of Chinese Americans - Asian

Pacific American Advocates (OCA - Asian

Pacific American Advocates)

256. Pacific American Foundation

257. Pangea Legal Services

258. Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship

Coalition

259. PICO National Network

260. Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

261. Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste

(PCUN)


262. Pisgah Legal Services

263. Planned Parenthood Federation of America

264. Progreso Latino

265. Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada

266. Promise Arizona

267. Public Justice Center

268. Public Law Center

269. Red Mexicana de Líderes y Organizaciones

Migrantes

270. Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education

and Legal Services

271. Sacred Heart Community Service

272. Safe Passage Project

273. San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium

274. San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual

Transgender Community Center (SF LGBT

Center)

275. San Ysidro Health Center



276. Sanctuary for Families

277. Sauti Yetu Center for African Women and

Families

278. Service Employees International Union

279. Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education

Network (SIREN)

280. Sin Barreras/Without Barriers

281. Skinner Leadership Institute, Inc.

282. Social Justice Collaborative

283. Somos un Pueblo Unido (SOMOS)

284. South Asian American Policy & Research

Institute

285. South Asian Americans Leading Together

286. South Asian Bar Association of North America

287. South Asian Helpline & Referral Agency

(SAHARA)


288. South Asian Network

289. South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center

290. Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

(SEARAC)


291. Southeast Immigrant Rights Network

292. Southern Border Communities Coalition

293. Southern Poverty Law Center

294. Spanish Community Center

295. St. John’s Well Child and Family Center

296. Student Action with Farmworkers

297. Sunflower Community Action

298. Tacoma Community House

299. Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Coalition

300. Tennessee Justice Center

301. Texas Organizing Project

302. Thai Community Development Center

303. Tulsa Immigrant Resource Network

304. 21 Progress

305. UCLA Labor Center

306. UNITE HERE

307. United Farm Workers Foundation (UFW

Foundation)

308. United Farm Workers of America

309. United Migrant Opportunity Services/UMOS,

Inc.


310. United Taxi Workers

311. Valle del Sol

312. Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights

313. Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations

(VACOLAO)

314. Voces de la Frontera

315. Voice of Vietnamese Americans

316. Voto Latino

317. The Wage Justice Center

318. Washington Community Action Network

319. Washington Defender Association

320. Washington Dream Coalition

321. Wayne Action for Racial Equality

322. Western States Center

323. Worker Justice Center of New York, Inc.

324. Workers Defense Project

325. The Workers’ Rights Center

326. World Relief

Source: http://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-immigrant-labor-civilrights-2016-03-08.pdf

More losers


http://americanimmigrationcouncil.org/sites/default/files/docs/lac/United_States_v_Texas_Amicus_Brief.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674tsacAdminLawScholars.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674tsacBipartisanFormerMembersOfCongress1.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-Economists-AS-FILED.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674tsacFormerCommissioners.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674tsacUnitedWeDream.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674tsacEducatorsandChildrensAdvocates.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/NQAPIA-Amicus-Brief-on-Immigration-US-v-TX-final.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-AFL-CIO-amicus.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/15-674-tsac-Dellinger.pdf

http://www.fightforfamilies.org/assets/Intervenors-Brief-in-Support-of-Petitioners.pdf

www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-law-enforcement-2016-03-08.pdf

www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-cities-2016-03-08.pdf

www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-states-2016-03-08.pdf

http://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-faith-2016-03-08.pdf



www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-nqapia-2016-03-08.pdf

www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/US-v-TX-amicus-economists-2016-03-08.pdf

Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network Buddies


Minneapolis Foundation, Community Grants

Aronson & Associates Immigration Law Firm Endowment Fund

Nexus Community Partners, Community Engagement

Midtown Greenway Coalition

Source: https://immigrantfreedomnetwork.wordpress.com/


Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network Funders


Department of Justice

Health and Human Services - Office of Refugee Resettlement

Colorado Division of Criminal Justice - Office of Victim Programs

Mile High United Way

Equal Justice Works

Stern & Curray, LLC

The Denver Foundation

Office for Victims of Crime

James Glynn Foundation

Mexican Consulte of Denver

Office of the Child's Representative

AILA Colorado

Bushong Family Foundation

Buck Foundation

Lederer Foundation, Inc.

Lindquist & Vennum, LLP

Corporation for Naitonal and Community Service

Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP

Gilbert Macmillan Law, LLC

Colorado Bar Foundation

Most Precious Blood Church

The Irwin Law Firm, LLC

Faegre Baker Daniels Foundation

Elkind Alterman Harston, PC

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP

Philip Barber, PC

Aretz & Chisholm Immigration, LLC

Chan Law Firm,

Chevron Matching Fund

Joseph Law Firm

Kolko & Associates, PC

Lewis Roca Rothgerber, LLP

University of Denver, Sturm College of Law

Source: http://www.rmian.org/key-funders/


Alabama Amnesty Backers


Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!)

The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

Alabama Appleseed

Source: http://www.hispanicinterest.org/advocacy/

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote Buddies


California Partnership (CAP)

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

Chinese Progressive Association (CPA)

Korean Resource Center (KRC)

Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN)

Communities for A New California Education Fund (CNCEF)

Filipino Advocates for Justice

Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

United Taxi Workers of San Diego

Mid-City Community Advocacy Network

Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans

African Communities Together

Source: http://www.mivcalifornia.org/#!partners/c1ut6


California Immigrant Policy Center Buddies


AB540.com

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors

ACLU Berkeley/NorthEastBay

ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties

American Immigration Lawyers Association -Northern California (AILA NorCal)

Alliance for Justice

American Friends Service Committee

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus

Asian Law Alliance

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance/Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership & Advancement

ASPIRE Los Angeles

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)

California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ)

California Pan Ethnic Health Network

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

California Primary Care Association

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF)

Canal Alliance

Casa del Pueblo

Central American Resource Center–CARECEN – Los Angeles

Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)

Centro Laboral de Graton

Chinese for Affirmative Action

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – California

Comite VIDA

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Dominican Sisters of San Rafael

East Bay Sanctuary Covenant

Educators for Fair Consideration

Episcopal Diocese of California, Migration & Immigration Task Force

Equality California

Friends Committee on Legislation of California

Immigration Action Group

Immigration Center for Women and Children

Immigration Legal Resource Center

Immigration Task Force of the California-Nevada Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church

Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights (IM4HI)

Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Inland Southern California

Justice For Our Neighbors-Bay Area Immigration Taskforce

Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition

Miguel Contreras Foundation

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

Mujeres Unidas y Activas

National Immigration Law Center

Northeast Valley Health Corporation

Our Family Coalition

PICO California

Physicians for a National Health Program -California

Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

Southern California Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health

Street Level Health Project

Teamsters Joint Council 7

TODEC Legal Center

Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California (UUJM)

Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education (UURISE)

Vida Consortium

Vision y Compromiso

Source: http://www.caimmigrant.org/about-us/membership/

Build the Wheel Buddies


National Steering Committee

Monica Hernandez, Highlander Research and Education Center


Malachi Larrabee-Garza, Commuity Justice Network for Youth*
Le Tim Ly
Mateo Nube, Movement Generation 
Jill Shenker, National Domestic Workers Alliance*

*organizations listed for identification purposes only

 


 

 

Content Partners

 

Building Movement Project



California Fund for Youth Organizing

Californians for Justice

Colectivo Flatlander

Catalyst Project

Chinese Progressive Association, San Francisco

DataCenter

DiversityWorks: The Source

Highlander Research and Education Center

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

Movement Generation

Movement Strategy Center

National Organizers Alliance

Organizers for America

Partnership for Immigrant Leadership and Action

People Organizing to Demand Economic and Environmental Rights

United for a Fair Economy

Western States Center

Source: http://www.buildthewheel.org/content/about-buildthewheelorg


Justice Overcoming Boundaries Buddies

Local Partners


Center for Policy Initiative
MAAC Project
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment
A Better San Diego Coalition
Sustainable San Diego


State Partners


Breakthrough Community
California Partnership
California Reform Immigration for American Table
Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration
Coastal Alliance for a United and Sustainable Economy
Genesis of California


National Partners


Gamaliel Foundation
Center for Community Change/FIRM
NALEO- ¡Ya Es Hora!
Transportation Equity Network

Source: http://www.justicesandiego.org/partners.html


Center for New Community Funders


Carnegie Corporation of New York

Ford Foundation

W.K. Kellogg Foundation 

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7802



Detention Watch Network Buddies

National Organizations


ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

ACLU National Prison Project

Alianza Americas

American Friends Service Committee

American Immigration Council

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Americans for Immigrant Justice

Catholic Legal Immigration Network

Center for Constitutional Rights

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement

Community to Community Development

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

Human Rights First

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigration Equality

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Interfaith Coalition on Immigration

Justice Strategies

Just Detention International

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

National Immigrant Justice Center

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

Torture Abolition and Survivor Support Coalition International

United Methodist Women

Women’s Refugee Commission


State and Local Organizations


Alabama

Southern Poverty Law Center, Immigrant Justice Project

Arizona

ACLU of Arizona

Corazon de Tucson

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C.

Restoration Project at Casa Mariposa

Southwest Institute for Research on Women

California

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Public Counsel

Stanford Law, Immigrants’ Rights Clinic

Colorado

Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network

Florida

Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc.

University of Miami School of Law Immigration Project

Georgia

El Refugio Ministry 

Georgia Detention Watch

Illinois

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Maria Baldini-Potermin & Associates, P.C.

Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C.

Maine

Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project

Maryland

Benedictine Sisters of Baltimore

Massachusetts

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project

Minnesota

Conversations with Friends

New Jersey

First Friends of New York and New Jersey



New York

African Services Committee

Cornell Law School, Immigration Appellate Law Clinic

Families for Freedom

New Sanctuary Coalition of NY

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project

Texas

American Gateways

Grassroots Leadership

Ponce Law Firm, P.C.

Texans United For Families

Washington

La Colectiva Legal del Pueblo

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Washington Defender Association Immigration Project

Source: https://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/about/membership-directory


Stop the Checkpoints Buddies


Border Patrol Free Network

Bridges Not Walls

Community 2 Community

David Bacon photos & essays

Familias Unidas por la Justicia

Freedom Socialist Party

Port Townsend Peace Movement

Radical Women

Skagit Immigrant Rights Council

Source: http://www.stopthecheckpoints.com/links-allies/


ICE Out of LA Buddies


American Civil Liberties Union-Southern California (ACLU-SC)
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles (AAAJ-LA)
ASPIRE-LA
California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC)
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)
Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
Community Labor Environmental Action Network (CLEAN) Carwash Campaign
Dignity and Power Now
Dream Team Los Angeles (DTLA)
Enlace
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Garment Worker Center
Immigrant Youth Coalition (IYC)
Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
LA Voice, member PICO National Network
Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition (LA-IYC)
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
San Gabriel Valley Immigrant Youth Coalition (SGV-IYC)
UCLA Labor Center
Youth Justice Coalition

Source: http://iceoutofla.org/en/about-us/


Open Borders Lobby Buddies




National GROUPS


Immigrant Solidarity

Network National

Council of La Raza

Mexicanos Sin Fronteras

Drum Major Institute

Immigrants’ List

The Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

International Rescue Committee

American Immigration Law Foundation

American Families United

National Immigration Law

Center Mexican-American Legal

Defense Fund

Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Detention Watch

Network National

Immigration Forum

The New Sanctuary Movement

National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities

Center For New Community

Migration Policy Institute



ALASKA


Alaska Immigration Justice Project

ALABAMA


Alabama Appleseed

Alabama Immigrant Justice Coalition

Southern Poverty Law Center

ARIZONA


DREAM Act Arizona

Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform Coalition de Derechos Humanos

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

Humane Borders


No More Deaths Samaritan Patrol

Tucson International Alliance of Refugee Communities

Border Action

Somos America



CALIFORNIA DREAM ACT

Northern California


Immigrant Legal Resource Center (Ask for Mark Silverman)

South California


Orange County DREAM Team

UCLA DREAM Team

CSUN DREAMS to be Heard

California for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice

United Farm Workers

Asian Pacific American Legal Center

SIREN


Somos Mayfair

San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium

Justice Overcoming Boundaries

CARECEN

Mujeres Unidas y Activas

Border Angels

www.mivcalifornia org (PILA MIV Toolkit)

www.buildthewheel.org (Curriculum and Workshops)

www.incite-national.org

COLORADO


See the Coloradans for Immigrant Rights Blog

African Community Center

Bell Policy Center

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition

Colorado Jobs with Justice

El Centro Amistad

El Centro Humanitario Para Los Trabajadores

El Comite de Longmont

Los Companeros

Padres & Jovenes Unidos

Prax(Us)

Rights for All People/Derechos Para Todos

Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network

CONNECTICUT


JUNTA for Progressive Action

Connecticut Students for a DREAM



FLORIDA

Florida Immigrant Coalition

SWER Facebook

Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center

Church World Service

ILLINOIS


Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Central Illinois Organizing Project



IOWA


Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

KANSAS


El Centro

KENTUCKY


Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Migrant Network Coalition



MARYLAND


Casa de Maryland

MIRA Coalition

Centro Presente

Brazilian Immigrant Center

Immigrants Assistance Center

Irish Immigration Center

Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project

The Welcome Project

Student Immigrant Movement

MICHIGAN


Freedom House

International Institute of Metro Detroit



MINNESOTA


Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network

Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Coalition

Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights

MISSISSIPPI


Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance

MISSOURI


Missouri Association for Social Welfare

Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates



MONTANA


Montana Human Rights Network

NEBRASKA


Appleseed

NEVADA


PLAN Nevada

NEW JERSEY


Interfaith Refugee Action Team

Immigrant Rights Defense Committee Of New Jersey



NEW MEXICO


Somos Un Pueblo Unido

Center for Constitutional Rights



NEW YORK


DREAM Act: New York State Youth Leadership Coalition

May 1st Coalition

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Families for Freedom

DRUM

New York Immigration Coalition



Human Rights First

New Immigrant Community Empowerment

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Breakthrough

Immigration Equality

NORTH CAROLINA


CHISPA El Pueblo

Latin American Coalition

Eastern Carolina Immigrant Rights Project

OHIO


Hispanos Organizados

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center



OREGON


Causa Oregon

Center for Intercultural Organizing

Rural Organizing Project

Oregon Action

Piñeros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste

RHODE ISLAND


International Institute of Rhode Island

TENNESSEE


Tennessee Refugee and Immigrant Rights Coalition

Mid-South Interfaith Network



TEXAS


Criminal Justice Coalition

La Fuerza Unida

Las Americas Asylum Project

 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Political Asylum Project Austin Workers Defense Project

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Northwest Federation of Community Organizations

VIRGINIA


Boat People SOS

Tenants and Workers United



WASHINGTON


CASA Latina

Hate Free Zone

Northwest Immigrant rights Project Washington Community Action Network

WISCONSIN


Voces de la Frontera

Union de Trabajadores Inmigrantes

Peace Action Wisconsin

Worker Justice



WASHINGTON, D.C.


Center for Community Change

Rights Working Group

Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

National Capital Immigrant Coalition
OREGON

Causa Oregon

Center for Intercultural Organizing

Rural Organizing Project

Oregon Action

Piñeros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste


RHODE ISLAND

International Institute of Rhode Island


TENNESSEE

Tennessee Refugee and Immigrant Rights Coalition

Mid-South Interfaith Network
TEXAS

Criminal Justice Coalition

La Fuerza Unida

Las Americas Asylum Project

 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Political Asylum Project Austin Workers Defense Project

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Northwest Federation of Community Organizations


VIRGINIA

Boat People SOS

Tenants and Workers United
WASHINGTON

CASA Latina

Hate Free Zone

Northwest Immigrant rights Project Washington Community Action Network


WISCONSIN

Voces de la Frontera

Union de Trabajadores Inmigrantes

Peace Action Wisconsin

Worker Justice
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Center for Community Change

Rights Working Group

Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

National Capital Immigrant Coalition


MISSOURI

Missouri Association for Social Welfare

Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates
MONTANA

Montana Human Rights Network


NEBRASKA

Appleseed


NEVADA

PLAN Nevada


NEW JERSEY

Interfaith Refugee Action Team

Immigrant Rights Defense Committee Of New Jersey
NEW MEXICO

Somos Un Pueblo Unido

Center for Constitutional Rights
NEW YORK

DREAM Act: New York State Youth Leadership Coalition

May 1st Coalition

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Families for Freedom

DRUM


New York Immigration Coalition

Human Rights First

New Immigrant Community Empowerment

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Breakthrough

Immigration Equality


NORTH CAROLINA

CHISPA El Pueblo

Latin American Coalition

Eastern Carolina Immigrant Rights Project


OHIO

Hispanos Organizados

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center
OREGON

Causa Oregon

Center for Intercultural Organizing

Rural Organizing Project

Oregon Action

Piñeros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste


RHODE ISLAND

International Institute of Rhode Island


TENNESSEE

Tennessee Refugee and Immigrant Rights Coalition

Mid-South Interfaith Network
TEXAS

Criminal Justice Coalition

La Fuerza Unida

Las Americas Asylum Project

 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Political Asylum Project Austin Workers Defense Project

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Northwest Federation of Community Organizations


VIRGINIA

Boat People SOS

Tenants and Workers United
WASHINGTON

CASA Latina

Hate Free Zone

Northwest Immigrant rights Project Washington Community Action Network


WISCONSIN

Voces de la Frontera

Union de Trabajadores Inmigrantes

Peace Action Wisconsin

Worker Justice
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Center for Community Change

Rights Working Group

Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

National Capital Immigrant Coalition


Florida Immigrant Coalition

SWER Facebook

Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center

Church World Service


ILLINOIS

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Central Illinois Organizing Project
IOWA

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement


KANSAS

El Centro


KENTUCKY

Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Migrant Network Coalition
MARYLAND

Casa de Maryland

MIRA Coalition

Centro Presente

Brazilian Immigrant Center

Immigrants Assistance Center

Irish Immigration Center

Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project

The Welcome Project

Student Immigrant Movement


MICHIGAN

Freedom House

International Institute of Metro Detroit
MINNESOTA

Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network

Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Coalition

Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights


MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance


MISSOURI

Missouri Association for Social Welfare

Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates
MONTANA

Montana Human Rights Network


NEBRASKA

Appleseed


NEVADA

PLAN Nevada


NEW JERSEY

Interfaith Refugee Action Team

Immigrant Rights Defense Committee Of New Jersey
NEW MEXICO

Somos Un Pueblo Unido

Center for Constitutional Rights
NEW YORK

DREAM Act: New York State Youth Leadership Coalition

May 1st Coalition

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Families for Freedom

DRUM


New York Immigration Coalition

Human Rights First

New Immigrant Community Empowerment

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Breakthrough

Immigration Equality


NORTH CAROLINA

CHISPA El Pueblo

Latin American Coalition

Eastern Carolina Immigrant Rights Project


OHIO

Hispanos Organizados

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center
OREGON

Causa Oregon

Center for Intercultural Organizing

Rural Organizing Project

Oregon Action

Piñeros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste


RHODE ISLAND

International Institute of Rhode Island


TENNESSEE

Tennessee Refugee and Immigrant Rights Coalition

Mid-South Interfaith Network
TEXAS

Criminal Justice Coalition

La Fuerza Unida

Las Americas Asylum Project

 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Political Asylum Project Austin Workers Defense Project

Texas Employers for Immigration Reform

Northwest Federation of Community Organizations


VIRGINIA

Boat People SOS

Tenants and Workers United
WASHINGTON

CASA Latina

Hate Free Zone

Northwest Immigrant rights Project Washington Community Action Network


WISCONSIN

Voces de la Frontera

Union de Trabajadores Inmigrantes

Peace Action Wisconsin

Worker Justice
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Center for Community Change

Rights Working Group

Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

National Capital Immigrant Coalition


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Texas Employers for Immigration Reform


Adams Insurance Services, Inc.
ALCOM Electronicos de Mexico S.A. de C.V.
Associated Builders & Contractors of Texas
Associated Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Texas
Baldi Gardens
Beecherl Investments
Belton Area Chamber of Commerce
Bob Perry
Boggus Ford
Borders Melon Co.
Bowerbird Construction 
Brownsville Chamber of Commerce
Bud Smith Organization 
Cameo Samples LLC
Cedar Creek Farms
Clearstream Wastewater Systems, Inc.
Contran Corporation
Corporate Facilities Management Services, LLC
Dairy Farmers of America 
East Texas Refrigeration
Emerald Garden
Excell Cleaning and Building Services, Inc.
Express Personnel Services
Federation of Employers & Workers of America
Four Seasons Sunrooms Design and Remodeling Center
Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Greater Houston Partnership
Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce
Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
GreenWay Lawn Care 
Heard & Smith L.L.P
Henry S. Miller Companies 
Hunt Building Corporation 
Hutchison Homes
IBTX Risk Management System 
ImmigrationWorks USA
International Bank of Commerce 
James Leininger, M.D. 
Kenjura Tile, Inc.
Lawn Management Company 
Landmark Nurseries Inc.
Loeffler, Tuggey, Pauerstein, Rosenthal LLP
Lone Star Milk Producers 
Manhattan Policy Institute 
McAllen Chamber of Commerce 
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce
Metro Blind & Shade Inc. 
Mission Economic Development Authority
Mortellaro’s Nursery, Inc.
North American Stone Company 
Pape Farms
Phil Adams Company Pilgrim’s Pride
Plains Cotton Growers, Inc. 
Powell Plant Farms, Inc. 
Ran-Pro Farms Inc.
Rennerwood, Inc.
Rio Grande Valley Partnership/Chamber of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Sanderson Farms
Select Milk Producers, Inc.
South Padre Island Chamber of Commerce
Southern Multifoods, Inc.
Southwest Property Landscaping 
Starr-Camargo Bridge Co.
TawaKoni Plant Farm
Texas Agriculture Cooperative Council 
Texas Apartment Association 
Texas Association of Builders 
Texas Association of Business 
Texas Association of Dairymen
Texas Association of Mexican-American Chambers of Commerce 
Texas Cattle Feeders Association 
Texas Citrus Mutual
Texas Cotton Ginners Association 
Texas Farm Bureau
Texas Forestry Association
Texas Hotel & Lodging Association
Texas Nursery and Landscape Association
Texas Watermelon Association
Texas Package Store Association 
Texas Pork Producers Association 
Texas Poultry Federation and Affiliates 
Texas Produce Association
Texas Restaurant Association 
Texas Retailers Association
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
Texas State Bank
Texas State Florists Association 
Texas Travel Industry Association 
Texas Vegetable Association 
The Honorable Dolph Briscoe
Turfgrass Producers of Texas 
Tyson Foods, Inc.
Universal Metal Products
West Texas Plants
Wester Landscape Management 
Wilhite Landscape and Lawn Care, Ltd. 
Winter Garden Produce
Workforce Solutions

Source: http://texasuproar.blogspot.com/2008/06/about-texas-employers-for-immigration.html

Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance Buddies


AFL-CIO

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Catholic Charities of Jackson, MS

Catholic Charities of New Orleans, LA

Families for Freedom

Free the Scott Sisters

Immigrant Justice Youth League

Ironworkers

IUBAC

IUOE


LIUNA

Mississippi ACLU

MS Worker's Center for Human Rights

National Council of La Raza

National Employment Law Project

National Immigration Law Center

Oxfam America

Public Interest Projects

Roman Catholic Diocese of Jackson, MS

Southern Echo

Southern Poverty Law Center

Teamsters

Tennessee IRRC

Trans Africa

UFCW

UNITE HERE



United Farmworkers of America

UUSC


We Can Stop the Hate

Source: http://www.yourmira.org/


Alabama Employers for Immigration Reform


Associated Builders and Contractors

 Alabama Poultry & Egg Association

Source: http://www.thepoultrysite.com/poultrynews/11878/alabama-employers-for-immigration-reform/

New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice Buddies

Executive Committee


1199 SEIU    |    32BJ SEIU    |    American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
American Friends Service Committee    |    Faith in New Jersey    |    Make the Road    |    New Jersey Communities United    |    New Labor    |   Wind of the Spirit, Immigrant Center

Board


Catholic Charities Diocese of Metuchen    |    Centro Comunitario CEUS    |    Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey
National Association of Social Workers - New Jersey Chapter    |    New Jersey Policy Perspective

Members


Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton    |    Central Unitarian Church - Social Justice Committee
Community of Friends in Action    |    El Centro Hispanoamericano
First Friends NJ & NY    |    Haiti Solidarity Network of the North East    |    Ironbound Community Corporation
Kids In Need of Defense (KIND)    |    Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc.
The Unitarian Society of Ridgewood    |    Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey

Source: http://www.njimmigrantjustice.org/


New York Immigration Coalition Buddies

MAJOR INDIVIDUAL & ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORTERS


 

1199 SEIU

AERTC, Stonybrook University 

Anonymous

C.W.A. Local 1180 

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP 

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York

Consortium for Worker Education

CUNY Academic Affairs and SPS

CUNY Office of Computing and Information Services

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation

Dr. Michael Stocker

EmblemHealth Services

Ernst & Young 

Fried Frank Harris Shriver and Jacobson LLP

Graciela Heymann

Guillermo Chacon

Hunter College

James S. and Merryl H. Tisch Foundation

Kingsborough Community College 

Laborers International Union of North America

Latino Commission on AIDS

Lehman College 

Malkin & Ross 

Medgar Evers College

Michael J. Hirschhorn and Jimena P. Martinez

MinKwon Center for Community Action

Monsey Tours Bus Company

N. Cheng and Sons 

New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

New York State United Teachers 

NYC Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

Open Society Institute

Parkside Group LLC

Partnership for New York City

Retail Wholesale & Dept. Store Union 

S.J. Jung

SEIU Local 32BJ, AFL-CIO

Service Employees International Union

Songbae Lee

State Farm

The City University of New York

The Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies, CUNY 

The Segal Company

Tiger Baron Foundation 

Tom Suozzi

Twenty-First Century ILGWU Heritage Fund

UJA-Federation of New York

United Federation of Teachers

Vantage Properties, LLC

Verizon

Western Union



 

FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS


 Altman Foundation
Bernard F. and Alva B. Gimbel Foundation
Capital One Foundation
Center for Community Change
Citi Community Development
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Donors Education Collaborative
FJC - a Foundation of Philanthropic Funds
Ford Foundation
Foundation for Child Development
Four Freedoms Fund
Fund for New Citizens at the New York Community Trust
Fund for Public Advocacy
Hagedorn Foundation
Institute for International Education
Korean American Community Foundation
New York City Council
New York Community Trust
New York State Health Foundation
New York State Immigrant Action Fund
New York State Office for New Americans
North Star Fund
Open Societies Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Solidago Foundation
Unbound Philanthropy
United Hospital Fund

 

Others


Bolton-St. John's LLC
Lawyers Alliance for New York
Sidley Austin LLP
SKDKnickerbocker

Source: http://www.thenyic.org/supporters

 

Long Island Wins Buddies


American Civil Liberties Union – Nassau and Suffolk County Chapters

American Jewish Committee of Long Island (AJC)

Catholic Charities Immigration Office

Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN-N.Y.)

Catholic Charities Immigrant Services/Refugee Resettlement

Long Island Civic Engagement Table

The Long Island Council of Churches (LICC)

Long Island Immigrant Alliance

Long Island Immigrant Students Advocates (LIISA)

Long Island Jobs with Justice

Long Island Latino Teachers Association

Mobilized Interfaith Coalition Against Hunger

New York Communities for Change

Nassau County Coordinated Agency for Spanish Americans (C.A.S.A.)

The New York Immigration Coalition

SEPA Mujer

The Workplace Project

America’s Voice

Border Action Network

Change.org

DREAM Act Portal

Drum Major Institute

Immigration Equality

Immigration Policy Center

Media Matters for America

National Immigration Forum

Reform Immigration for America

Southern Poverty Law Center

Source: http://www.longislandwins.com/resources/service_providers_and_advocacy_groups


Causa Buddies


New American Opportunity Campaign

Fair Immigration Reform Movement

Center for Community Change

National Immigration Forum

Rights Working Group

National Immigration Law Center

Source: http://causaoregon.org/resources/national-organizations/

MIRAC Buddies


English for New Bostonians

The English Works Campaign

Project Citizenship 

The National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy at Migration Policy Institute 

Welcoming America 

National Partnership


Casa de Maryland

Causa (Oregon's Immigrants Rights Organization)

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights in Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC)

Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC)

lllinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR)

Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)

National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC)

New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC)

OneAmerica (Seattle)


Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Coalition (TIRC)

Voces de la Frontera (Milwaukee)

National Organizations


American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

National Immigration Forum

Center for Community Change

National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

National Immigration Law Center (NILC)

America's Voice

Source: https://www.miracoalition.org/en/about-us/allies

Silicon Valley Amnesty Backers


ACT

ACEC


BSA

CCIA


CompTIA

CEA


Information Technology Industry Council

Semi


SIA

TechAmerica

TechNet

Technology CEO Council



Partnership for a New American Economy

The Internet Association

Engine

CompeteAmerica



inSPIRE STEM USA

1776


Appvance

Accela


Arizona Technology Council

Addy Inc.

Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

Akraya Inc.

AT&T


ALOM

Autodesk Inc

American Automation & Communications Inc.

Avaya Inc.

American Council of Engineering Companies

Bay Area Council

BBA Aviation Flight Support

Applied Materials Inc.

Bridgelux

Dell


Digital Village

CALinnovates

eBay Inc.

ChargePoint

Echelon Corporation

EDGEWOOD Ventures

Cisco Systems

Elance, Inc.

ClearStreet Inc.

Engine


Computer & Communications Industry Association

ExciteM


Computer Technology Industry Assocation

Facebook


Finelite Inc.

Consumer Electronics Association

Crescendo Ventures

Flybridge Capital

deCarta Inc.

FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.

Google

Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers



Grok

Hapyrus INc.

Lee & Hayes

Hattery


Lex Machina

Illinois Technology Association

LiveOps, Inc.

Infinera


Lucid Software Inc.

Information Technology Industry Council

Luminex Inc.

Insikt


Madrona Venture Group

Intel


Massachusets Technology Leadership Council

Intellectual Ventures

McCalmont Engineering

Jan Medical

Microsoft

Juniper Networks

NASDAQ OMX

National Foreign Trade Council

Northern Virginia Technology Council

SAP


npx Semiconductors

SEMI


OCZ Technology Group, Inc.

Semiconductor Industry Association

Ooam

Silicon Valley Bank



OpenCoin, Inc

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Oracle

Silver Spring Networks



Panasonic Corporation of America

Software & Information Industry Association

Pokeware

Specialty Technologies, LLC

Qualcomm Incorporated

Suffolk


Rackspace

Sylvatex Inc.

Revolution LLC

Symantec Corporation

Synopsys, Inc

Translate Abroad

Teamly INc.

TransPak Inc.

Technology CEO Council

Trimble Navigation

TechAmerica

TripAdvisor

TechNet

Virgin America



TechNexus LLc

Washington Technology Industry Association

Telecommunications Industry Association

Western Digital Corporation

Texas Instruments Incorporated

Xilinx


The New England Council

Yahoo


The Westly Group

Yelp


Zyngna

Source: http://www.scribd.com/doc/148970998/Tech-Associations-Letter-on-Senate-Immigration-Bill


KIND Buddies

Corporate Legal Departments


Amazon

American Express

AT&T

AT&T Mobility



BG North America LLC

CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

Chevron

Citibank


Credit Suisse

Disney


Energy Investors Fund

Exelon-Constellation Energy

Exxon Mobil

Fred Loya Insurance Group

GE

GE-Healthcare Division



GE Idea Works

Gen-Tech Construction

JP Morgan Chase

Marathon Oil

McKinsey & Company

Merck


Microsoft Corporation

Morgan Stanley

NBC Universal

Oppenheimer Funds

Procter & Gamble-Gillette

Prudential

Public Consulting Group

Signature Bank

Southern California Edison

Union Pacific Railroad

Viacom

Visa Law Group



Warner Brothers

Weeks Marine

Wyndham Worldwide Corporate Legal Department

Law Firms


Abigail Williams& Associates

Adams & Reese LLP

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld

Alston & Bird LLP

Ana Jacobs & Associates

Arnold & Porter LLP

Baker Botts LLP

Baker Donelson Bearman, Cladwell & Berkowitz

BakerHostetler

Ballard Spahr LLP

Barker Epstein & Loscocco PC

Bastarrika, Soto, Gonzalez & Somohano LLP

Baute & Tidus LLP

Bean Porter Hawkins PLLC

Beck Redden

Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

Bingham McCutchen LLP

Blaine Gilbert & Associates

Blank Rome LLP

Boies Schiller & Flexner LLP

Bracewell & Guiliani LLP

Brown Rudnick LLP

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schrek LLP

Bryan Cave LLP

Buckley Sandler

Burns & Levinson

Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP

Chadbourne & Parke

Chin & Curtis LLP

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

Cohen Milstein

Cohn Lifland Pearlman Herrman & Knopf LLP

Cooley LLP

Covington & Burling LLP

Cozen O’Connor LLP

Crowell & Moring LLP

Davis Wright & Tremaine LLP

DC Law Group PLLC

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Dechert LLP

Dickstein Shapiro LLP

Dillard & Associates

DLA Piper LLP

Donnelly,Conroy and Gelhaar LLP

Dorsey&Whitney LLP

Drinker Biddle, Reath LLP

Drummond Woodsum & MacMahon

DuBois Carey Law Group

Duane Morris LLP

Dykema Gossett LLP

Edison, McDowell & Hetherington LLP

Epps Yong & Coulson LLP

Farrell Fritz PC

Fish & Richardson LLP

Foley Hoag LLP

Foster Pepper

Foster Quan LLP

Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Franco Law Group

Frank & Pollack LLP

Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP

Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP

Funk & Bolton PA

Garrity Graham Murphy Garofolo & Flinn

Gibbons PC

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Gimmel Weiman Ersek Blomberg & Lewis PA

Global Justice Center

Global Justice Law Group PLLC

Goodwin Procter LLP

Greenberg Traurig LLP

Hanis Irvine Prothero PLLC

Harlan York and Associates

Haynes & Boone LLP

Hogan Lovells LLP

Holland & Knight LLP

Hollingsworth LLP

Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

Hunton & Williams LLP

Husch Blackwell LLP

Ilagan & Associates PC

Irell & Manella LLP

Jacob, Medinger & Finnegan LLP

Jahos Broege and Shaheen LLP

Jeffer Mangels, Butler & Marmaro LLP

Jenner & Block

Jones Day LLP

Johnson Gallagher Magliery LLC

Joyce & Associates, P.C.

K & L Gates LLP

Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman, LLP

Kaye Scholer LLP

Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

King & Spalding LLP

Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Knobbe Martens, Olson & Bear LLP

Latham & Watkins LLP

Legal Counsel for Youth and Children

LeClairRyan

Lichtmen & Elliot PC

Linklaters

Littler Mendelson

Lowenstein Sandler LLP

MacDonald Hogue and Bayless

Magaletta and McCarthy PC

Maggio & Kattar PC

Mayer Brown  LLP

McCarter & English LLP

McDermott, Will & Emery LLP

Miles & Stockbridge PC

Mintz Levin PC

Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP

Morrison & Foerster LLP

Munger Tolles & Olson LLP

Newmeyer & Dillon LLP

Niles Barton & Wilmer LLP

Nixon Peabody LLP

Nutter, McClennen & Fish LLP

O’Melveny & Meyers LLP

Or Ami Congregation

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Osha Liang LLP

Pappas & Lenzo, LLP

Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP

Patton Boggs LLP

Paul Hastings LLP

Paul Weiss Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Perkins Coie LLP

Phung, Miyamoto & Diaz LLP

Pierce Atwood LLP

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Pite Duncan LLP

Porter & Hedges LLP

Posinelli PC

Powers & Frost  LLP

Prince Lobel Tye LLP

Proskauer Rose LLP

Reed Smith LLP

Rios & Cruz PS

Rivkin Radler LLP

Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ceresia LLP

Robinson & Cole LLP

Rodriquez-Nanney PA

Ropes & Gray LLP

Rutan & Tucker LLP

Ryan Stark Lilienthal LLP

Sally & Fitch LLP

Scott & Associates LLC

Sedgwick Detert Moran & Arnold LLP

Segal Roitman LLP

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Shearman & Sterling LLP

Sheehy Ware & Pappas PC

Sheresky Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan LLP

Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP

Sidley Austin LLP

Silverman Thompson Slutkin, White LLC

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Snell & Wilmer

SNR Denton

Stein Legal Group

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Stephen Jeffries & Associates

Stephen S. Wise Temple

Stone & Grzegorek LLP

Stoel Rives LLP

Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth , P.C.

Sullivan & Cromwell  LLP

Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP

Tafapolksky & Smith LLP

Tesorni & LeRoy LLP

Thompson, Loss & Judge LLP

Thompson & Knight LLP

Troutman Sanders LLP

Tucker Ellis LLP

Tydings & Rosenberg

Valencia & Associates

Venable LLP

Vinson & Elkins LLP

Watt Beckworth Thompson Henneman & Sullivan LLP

Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP

White & Case LLP

WilmerHale LLP

Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker

Winston & Strawn LLP

Yang & Ullman PLLC

Zuckerman Spaeder

Law Schools


American University Washington College of Law

Boston College Law School

Boston University School of Law

Bunker Hill Community College

Catholic University Columbus School of Law

City of New York School of Law

Columbia Law School

Georgetown Law

George Washington University Law School

Harvard Law School

Hofstra Law School

Loyola Law School

New York School of Law

New York University School of Law

Northeastern University School of Law

Roger Williams University School of Law

Rutgers School of Law

Pepperdine University School of Law

Seattle University School of Law

Seattle University School of Law Youth Advocacy Clinic

Seton Hall University of Law

Suffolk University Law School

South Texas College of Law

Thurgood Marshall School of Law

Touro Law Center

University of Baltimore Law School

University of California-Irvine School of Law

University of Connecticut School of Law

University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law

University of Houston Law Center

University of La Verne College of Law

University of Maryland School of Law

University of Massachusetts School of Law-Dartmouth

University of Washington School of Law

University of Washington School of Law Child and Youth Advocacy Clinic

Washington College of Law

Whittier Law School

Bar Associations


American Bar Association, General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Baltimore City Bar Association

Boston Bar Association

Federal Bar Association – New Jersey Chapter

Hispanic National Bar Association

Maryland State Bar Association

Mexican American Bar Association

Minority Corporate Counsel Association

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)

National Association of Women Lawyers

Washington State Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association

Source: https://supportkind.org/about/partners/

Illinois Youth Justice League Buddies


The Crossroads Fund, The Woods Fund of Chicago

Source: http://www.iyjl.org/undocuil/


Illinois Dream Act Buddies


Nuestra Voz

ICIRR

Educators for Fair Consideration

Immigrant Youth Justice League (IYJL) 

Source: http://www.iyjl.org/il-dream-act/

Black Immigration Network Buddies


Affinity Community Services

African American Coalition of Western North Carolina (AACWNC)

African Communities Together

African Communities Public Health Coalition

African Services Committee

*Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

Black Youth Project (BYP100)

Casa de Maryland

Center for New Community – Which Way Forward

CHIRLA


Families for Freedom

Florida Immigrant Coalition

Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees

Highlander Center

Latin American Caribbean and Cultural Centers

Mass Jobs with Justice

Moving Gulfcoast Forward

National Domestic Workers Alliance – Atlanta Chapter

Network for Immigrant and African American Solidarity

People for the American Way – African American Religious Affairs (AARA)

Priority Africa Network

Project South

San Jose Silicon Valley NAACP

Sauti Yetu

Southern Anti-Racism Network

The Black Institute

Women Watch Afrika

Source: http://blackimmigration.net/membership/binmembers/


Center for New Community Buddies


 Carnegie Corporation of New York 

Ford Foundation

W.K. Kellogg Foundation 

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7802


Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition Buddies


Alston & Bird

Andrews Kurth LLP

Arent Fox LLP

Benach Collopy LLP

Blessinger Legal PLLC

Cooley LLP

Covington & Burling LLP

Crowell & Moring LLP

DLA Piper

Dzubow & Pilcher, PLLC

Freddie Mac

Georgetown Center for Applied Legal Studies

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Goodwin Procter

Hunton & Williams LLP

Immigrant Rights Clinic Washington and Lee University School of Law

Immigration Clinic at the  University of Maryland Carey School of Law

International Human Rights Law Clinic of the Washington College of Law, American University

Jones Day

Law Office of Ronald P. Jackson

Law Office of Sandra Grossman

Maggio + Kattar

McDermott Will & Emery

McGuire Woods

Miles & Stockbridge, PC

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

O’Melveny & Myers LLP

Paul Hastings LLP

Richards, Kibbe, & Orbe LLP

Sidley Austin

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

The Poarch Law Firm, PC

The Rodriguez Law Firm

Tucker and Associates PLLC

Vinson & Elkins

Washington and Lee Law School

White & Case LLP

Wiley Rein LLP

Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP

Source: http://www.caircoalition.org/what-we-do/pro-bono-partnerships/


Bonding Against Adversity Buddies


Aldine Independent School District

Lone Star College

East Aldine Management District

The New Americans Campaign

NALEO

Noble Energy

H.E.B.

City of Houston

Chinese Community Center

Dinora Bakery

Vecino Health Center

Harris County Hospital District

Houston Airport System

House Representative Armando Walle

Congressman Gene Green

Image Inc.

Kroger

Mexican Consulate



Lamar Shields el Cambio Group

N.C.I.


Prince of Peace Catholic Church

San Leo Catholic Church

San Carlos Borromeo Catholic Church

San Bartholomew the Apostle, Katy Texas

Source: http://bondingagainstadversity.org/w/about-us/partners/

OCCORD Buddies

ACT Anaheim

The California Endowment

California Civic Participation Funders Collaborative



James Irvine Foundation

McKay Family Foundation

SOL Institute for Civic Engagement

Keith and Judy Swayne Family Foundation

Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock

UNITE HERE!

UNITE HERE Local 11

Wells Fargo Community Development

Source: http://www.occord.org/article.php?list=type&type=34


National Justice for Our Neighbors Buddies


United Methodist Committee on Relief

United Methodist Women

General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church

Church World Service

Source: http://njfon.org/partners/

E4FC Buddies

2016


Anonymous

Heising-Simons Foundation

The California Endowment
Source: http://e4fc.org/donations/2016donors.html

2015

Corporations


Anonymous

Apple Matching Gifts Program (Margaret Moore)

Goldman Sachs Gives (Andrew Wolff)

Google Matching Gifts (Ben Gelb)

KW Botanicals

Zephyr Real Estate (Stefano De Zerega)


Institutions


Brandeis Sociology Department (in memory of Devina Miller)

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (Ready California)

International Institute of the Bay Area (Bay Area DACA Collaborative)

Mr. Gad's House of Improv (in memory of Devra Miller)


Foundations


Anonymous

Bennett/Malloy Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation

The California Endowment

The California Wellness Foundation

Grove Foundation

Heising-Simons Foundation

Hillblom Foundation

Horizons Foundation (girls just wanna have FUNd)

Las Hermanas Fund at Haymarket People's Fund

Leslie Family Foundation

The Lenore and Howard Klein Foundation

The San Francisco Foundation

The Sara & Evan Williams Foundation

Strauss-Hawkins Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Werner-Kohnstamm Foundation

Zellerbach Family Foundation

Source: http://e4fc.org/donations/2015donors.html

2014

Corporations


Golden Sachs Gives (Andrew Wolff)

Zephyr Real Estate



Institutions


American Immigration Lawyers Association (Northern California Chapter)

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (Ready California)

International Institute of the Bay Area (Bay Area DACA Collaborative)


Foundations



Anonymous

Asian American Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP)

Benevity Community Impact Fund

The California Endowment

Grove Foundation

The Lenore and Howard Klein Foundation

Leslie Family Foundation

Heising-Simons Foundation

Horizons Foundation (girls just wanna have funD)

The San Francisco Foundation

The Sara & Evan Williams Foundation

Sigaroudi's Education Fund

Strauss-Hawkins Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Werner-Kohnstamm Family Fund

Zellerbach Family Foundation

Source: http://e4fc.org/donations/2014donors.html


2013


Corporations


Casa Nueva Insurance Services
Google Matching Gifts (at the request of Benjamin Gelb)
Wells Fargo Community Support Program (at the request of Guadalupe Vielma)
Zephyr Real Estate (at the request of Stefano DeZerega)

Educational Institutions


California Community College Student Financial Aid Administrators Association
Eastside Preparatory School
Mt. Eden High School Counseling Department


Foundations


Anonymous
The Bay Area Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Implementation Initiative
Benefraim-Rodrigues Foundation
The Brin-Wojcicki Foundation
Broad Reach Foundation
College Access Foundation of California
El Consulado General de México
Walter & Elise Haas Fund 
Grove Foundation 
Hawkins-Strauss Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Heising-Simons Foundation
Larry L. Hillblom Foundation
The J.M. Kaplan Fund
Lenore & Howard Klein Foundation
Latino Community Foundation
Leslie Family Foundation
Marin Community Foundation
Rathman Family Fund
The San Francisco Foundation
Ender Family Fund at Triangle Community Foundation
Unbound Philanthropy
Werner-Kohnstamm Foundation
Zellerbach Family Foundation

Source: http://e4fc.org/donations/2013donors.html


Casa Latina Buddies


¡Gracias!

Employ!

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

City of Seattle City Purchasing and Contracting Services

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

Educate!

2Adaptive

Heritage Bank

Walsh Construction Co.

Engage!


Bridge Latino, LLC

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Frank & Cristina Lemos

MacDonald Hoague & Bayless 

Rebels & Scholars

Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt LLP

Sea Mar Community Health Centers

Seattle Children's

Seattle Office for Civil Rights

SEIU 775

Teamsters Local Union No. 117

Terrell Marshall Daudt & Willie PLLC

United Way of King County

University Prep

Univision-Seattle (KUNS-TV)

Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Vivero

Washington Dental Service Foundation

Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Watson & McDonell, PLLC

 Source: http://casa-latina.org/en-camino-2015/community-partners


Trail of Dreams Buddies


Students Working for Equal Rights (SWER)

Florida Immigrant Coalition. (FLIC)

DreamActivist.org

NYSYLC

NDLON

Puente


Source: http://www.trail2010.org/about/

Kino Border Initiative Buddies


Archdiocese of Hermosillo – Hermosillo, Sonora  www.arquidiocesishermosillo.org

California Province of the Society of Jesus – Los Gatos, CA   www.jesuitscalifornia.org

Diocese of Tucson – Tucson, AZ    www.diocesetucson.org

Jesuit Refugee Service/USA – Washington, D.C.   www.jrsusa.org

Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus – Mexico City, MX   www.sjmex.org

Missionary Sisters of the Eucharist – Colima, Colima, Mexico

 
Arizona-Sonora Border Coalition – Tucson, AZ

BorderLinks – Tucson, AZ –   www.borderlinks.org

Brophy College Preparatory – Phoenix, AZ   www.brophyprep.org

Dimensión Pastoral de la Movilidad Humana – Mexico City, MX –  www.movilidadhumana.org

Diocese Without Borders

Escuela de Enfermería Pablo de Anda – Nogales, Sonora

Federación Empresariado Sonorense, A.C. (FESAC) – Nogales, Sonora   www.fesac.org

Lourdes Catholic School – Nogales, AZ –   www.lcsnogales.org

No More Deaths – Tucson, AZ    www.nomoredeaths.org

Samaritans of Green Valley – Green Valley, AZ    www.gvsamaritans.org

Santa Cruz Community Foundation – Nogales, AZ   www.cfsoaz.org

Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes, México     www.mexico.sejemi.org

Southeast Arizona Area Health and Education Center (SEAHEC) –  www.seahec.org

St. Francis Xavier Parish – Phoenix, AZ   www.sfxphx.org



Source: https://www.kinoborderinitiative.org/about-us/partners/

Alto Arizona Buddies


Action Langley Park, College Park, MD

ADP Worker Center / Casa Obrera, Springfield, MA

Albany Park Neighborhood Council, Chicago, IL

Amnistía Para Todos, Tempe, AZ

Arizona-Las Vegas Unitarian Universalist Religious Professionals Organization, Paradise Valley, AZ

Arizona Advocacy Network, Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Alliance for Peace and Justice, Tempe, AZ

Arizona Interfaith Alliance for Worker Justice, Phoenix, AZ

Border Action Network, Tucson, AZ

Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Oakland, CA

CASA Latina, Seattle, WA

CASA de Maryland, Inc., Silver Sping, MD

Center for Constitutional Rights, New York, NY

Center for Community Change, Washington, DC

Civil Rights Center, Phoenix, AZ

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), Los Angeles, CA

CODEPINK: WOMEN FOR PEACE, United States

Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norteamérica (COFEM), Los Angeles, CA

DreamActivist, United States

El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos, Albuquerque, NM

Environmental Health Coalition, National City, CA

Fair Immigration Reform Movement, Washington, DC

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ), North Miami, FL

Immigration Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, Paradise Valley, AZ

Interfaith Worker Justice, Chicago, IL

Jobs with Justice, National Office, Washington, DC

Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (KCIRR), Lexington, Kentucky

Korean American Resource & Cultural Center (KRCC) Chicago, IL

Korean Resource Center (KRC) Los Angeles, CA

Labor Notes Detroit, MI

Latino Union of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund (MALDEF), Los Angeles, CA

Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano, Mexico City, MX

National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC), Boston, Massachusetts

National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC), Los Angeles, CA

Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA), Oakland, CA & Guatemala City, Guatemala

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

No More Deaths, Phoenix & Tucson chapters, AZ

One Imagination, Long Beach/South Bay/Harbor, South Los Angeles, CA

Pan Left Productions,Tucson, AZ

Peace Supplies, Tucson, AZ

Phoenix Urban Health Collective, Phoenix, AZ

Pomona Economic Opportunity Center (PEOC), Pomona, CA

Portland Central American Solidarity Committee (PCASC) - Portland, Oregon

Presente.org, San Francisco, CA

Progressive Democrats of America -Arizona Chapter, Phoenix, AZ

Rights for All People / Derechos Para Todos, Denver, CO

Right to the City, New York, NY

Safe Communities Project, Oregon

Sociologists without Borders, Raleigh, North Carolina

Somos America, Phoenix, AZ

Somos Un Pueblo Unido New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM

Southern Utahns Against Discrimination, Utah

Southside Day Labor Center, Tucson, AZ

Southside Presbyterian Church, Tucson, AZ

Standing on the Side of Love, US

Gainesville, FL - SDS (Students for a Democratic Society)

Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, Nashville, TN

Tierra y Libertad Organization (TYLO), Tucson, AZ

Tonatierra Community Development Institute, Phoenix, AZ

Trail of Dreams, US

United for Peace and Justice, New York, NY

Unity Corps, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA), US

Voces de la Frontera, Milwaukee, WI

Whites In Anti-Racist Solidarity (WIARS), Philadelphia, PA

Workers Defense Project, Austin, TX

Working Hands Legal Clinic, Chicago, IL

Source: http://www.altoarizona.com/partners.html


Golden Door Buddies


Educators for Fair Consideration

Sun Trust Foundation

Wells Fargo

Fifth Third Bank

Foundation for the Carolinas

Red Ventures

Queens University of Charlotte

Davidson College

Guiltford College

Salem College

Wake Forest University

Wingate University

Wofford College

Obelin College

Tufts University

Berea College

Meredith College

Source: http://www.goldendoorscholars.org/partners.html


Still More Amnesty Backers


Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

Arkansas United Community Coalition

Arizona Comprehensive Immigration Reform Table

ICUC


Fresno Citizenship Coalition and SEIU

LA County Federation of Labor, CHIRLA, SEIU, ULTCW, CARECEN, NAKASEC, KRC, KIWA, FIRM, CCC, COFEM

Alliance San Diego, SD-AFSC, ICWJ, JOB, Labor Council of San Diego & Imperial Counties, SEIU-USWW, SDOP, UNITE-HERE

SEIU Local 521 and the KCCC

PICO, MFV, Immigration Coalition

SEIU-USWW, OCCO, Orange County Labor Federation, Korean Resource Center

Sacramento Citizenship Coalition; SEIU-USWW

SFOP, SEIU

SEIU, SIREN

Coloradans for Citizenship Now

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, CIRC, CPC, UVAS, Centro de los Pobres, Together CO, MFV

Coalicion de Organizaciones Latinas Unidas

Florida Immigrant Coalition

GLAHR


Faith Action for Community Equity, Hawaii Coalition for Immigration Reform

Idaho Community Action Network, Community Council of Idaho, ACLU, The Mennonite Church, The Episcopalian Church, Main Street Alliance, Alliance For A Just Society

Illinois People's Action

ICIRR, SEIU

Sunflower Community Action

32BJ, MIRA Coalition, Centro Presente, Chelsea Collaborative, LUMA, Centro Dominicano

Michigan United

MNA4C - Immigrant Law Cente of Minnesota, SEIU, AFL-CIO, Asamblea de Derechos Civiles, MN Catholic Charities, MN Catholic Conference, ISAIAH, Jewish Community Action, African Immigrant Services, Mesa Latina, MN for a Fair Economy, OFA, Unite Here 17, Centro Campesino, Advocates for Human Rights, ICOM, UFCW1189, SPRLF, League of Women Voters, MRLF

MIRA MO, Catholic Archdiocese and Catholic Charities

Montana Organizing Project, Indian Peoples Action

AMEXCAN

SEIU, Workers United, Latin American Coalition, Latino Coalition of Randolph County



SEIU Locals, Workers United, Latin American Coalition

Richmond County's Immigration Fighters, Latin American Coalition of Charlotte, SEIU Locals, Workers United

North Carolina Council of Churches

El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos

CIR Coalition

Mi Familia Vota; Ahora Latino Journal; Catholic Charities of Northern NV; PLAN; Immigration Reform for Nevada PICO, MFV, Local Coalition; CIR Coalition

Faith in New York

New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform, Make the Road NY, NYIC, SEIU 32BJ

OFA

Make the Road, LICET



SEIU-1199, NYS AFL-CIO, LCLAA, Citizen Action NY, NYCLU

Cleveland Jobs with Justice, SEIU Local 1, SEIU Local 1199, North Shore AFL-CIO, Workers United, Organize! Ohio, DreamActivist Ohio

Ohio Prophetic Voices, SEIU, UFCW, FLOC, ICIRR (Illinois), INDYCAN, A4C, FIRM

Portland Coalition for Immigration Reform, CAUSA Oregon

SEIU 32BJ, SEIU HCPA, PICC, JUNTO, Center For Community Change, Center For Popular Democracy, OFA, PUIR, Keystone Progress

PICC, NSM, UUPLAN

Todos Somos Arizona

SEIUTX and Worker's United

CRECEN, SEIU, MFV, TOP

Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition

Nuences County Coalition for Citizenship, MFV, SEIU

Virginia Organizing

NOVA Presente

One America

Voces de la Frontera, Citizen Action, LULAC, MICAH, YES

Source: http://www.alianzaamericas.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Oct-5-release-of-events-092413.pdf


CCISCO Buddies


Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church-Richmond
Easter Hill United Methodist Church-Richmond
Reach Fellowship International-North Richmond
St. Mark’s Catholic Church-Richmond
Temple Baptist Church-Richmond
Word Impact Christian Center-Richmond
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church-Pinole
Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church
Queen of All Saints-Concord
St. Francis of Assisi-Concord
Antioch Christian Center
Antioch Church Family
Community Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh
First Baptist Church of Pittsburg
Holy Rosary Catholic Church-Antioch
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church-Brentwood
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church-Oakley
St. Ignatius Catholic Church-Antioch
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley in Kensington
Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church in Walnut Creek
St. Peter Martyr Catholic Church-Pittsburg

Source: http://ccisco.org/about-us/member-congregations/

AUCC Buddies


Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

Arkansas Community Foundation

Darragh Foundation

New World Foundation

Four Freedoms Fund

Southern Partners Fund

Sunflower Foundation

Tides Foundation

Center for Community Change (CCC) (for the Fair Immigration Reform Movement/ FIRM)

Walmart, Inc.

VoteMob

League of United Latin American (LULAC) of Arkansas



Individual contributions

Source: http://arkansascoalition.org/who/donors/


Congressional Hispanic Caucus Members


Rep. Linda T. Sánchez

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham

Rep. Joaquin Castro

Rep. Ruben Gallego

Rep. Pete Aguilar

Rep. Xavier Becerra

Rep. Tony Cárdenas

Rep. Jim Costa

Rep. Henry Cuellar

Rep. Raúl Grijalva

Rep. Luis Gutiérrez

Rep. Rubén Hinojosa

Rep. Ben Ray Luján

Sen. Robert Menendez

Rep. Grace Napolitano

Rep. Pedro Pierluisi

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Rep. Raul Ruiz

Rep. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan

Rep. Loretta Sanchez

Rep. Jose Serrano

Rep. Albio Sires

Rep. Norma Torres

Rep. Juan Vargas

Rep. Filemon Vela

Rep. Nydia Velázquez

Source: http://congressionalhispaniccaucus-sanchez.house.gov/members


New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia Buddies


Arch Street United Methodist Church
Calvary United Methodist Church
Central Baptist Church of Wayne
Centro Cristiano de la Roca
Eglise Evangelique Haitienne
Faith Emmanuel Church
Germantown Mennonite Church
Holy Innocents Church
Mishkan Shalom Synagogue
The Philadelphia Praise Center
Tabernacle United Church
Tikkun Olam Chavurach
St. Joan of Arc Parrish 
St. Vincent de Paul R.C. Church
UUPLAN (Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Action Network)
West Kensington Ministry
Visitation BVM Church


Source: http://www.sanctuaryphiladelphia.org/index.php/about-us/congregations

Foundation Buddies


Samuel S Fels Fund
Patricia Kind Family Foundation
The Alfred and Mary Douty Foundation
Allen Hilles Fund
The Philadelphia Foundation
Bread and Roses Community Fund
Union Benevolent Association

Source: http://sanctuaryphiladelphia.org/who-we-are-new-sanctuary/how-were-funded/


Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition Buddies

Supporters


Allen Hilles Fund
Alliance for Citizenship
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Bread and Roses Community Fund
Center for Community Change
Douty Foundation
Four Freedoms Fund
Health Care Improvement Foundation
Helen Coleman Trust
Herb Block Foundation
HIAS Pennsylvania
The Philadelphia Foundation
Samuel S. Fels Fund
State Voices
The Linking Communities Project (TLC Project)
Union Benevolent Association

Source: http://paimmigrant.org/about/supporters

National Allies


National Immigration Law Center

Center for Community Change

Reform Immigration for America

Advancement Project

State Voices

Nonprofit Voter Engagement Network

American Civil Liberties Union

American Immigration Council

Source: http://paimmigrant.org/about/national-partners

Members


AFRICOM
Alianzas de Phoenixville
Aquinas Center
Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Office of Pastoral Care for Refugees & Migrants 
Asian Americans United 
Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha

Bernardine Franciscan Sisters

Boat People SOS Delaware Valley 
Casa
Casa de la Cultura (Gettysburg)
Casa San Jose
Catholic Social Services Archdiocese of Philadelphia Immigration Program
Ceiba
Center for the Empowerment of Women
Church World Service
Community Legal Services

Esperanza Immigration Legal Services
Fight for Driver's Licenses
Friends of Farmworkers 
Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Greater Reading Immigration Project (GRIP)
Health Federation of Philadelphia
HIAS Pennsylvania
Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)
Keystone Progress
LutheranAdvocacy Ministry in Pennsylvania
Lutheran Children & Family Services (LCFS)
Make the Road PA
Nationalities Service Center (NSC)
New Sanctuary Movement (NSM)
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) 
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) 
PhilaPOSH - Philadelphia Area Project on Occupational Safety and Health
Pittsburgh LCLAA
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Healthcare PA
Sisters of Saint Joseph Welcome Center 
Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN)
Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

Source: http://paimmigrant.org/about/members


Defending Immigrants Partnership Buddies


Open Society Foundation

Ford Foundation



Immigrant Defense Project
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

National Legal Aid and Defender Association

Source: http://defendingimmigrants.org/about/


MIRA Buddies


ACLU of Missouri 

Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation

Airport Taxi Council

All Access Interpreting Services

American Immigration Lawyers Association – Missouri/Kansas Chapter

Anti-Defamation League

ASC – Justice and Peace Office

Bilingual International Assistant Services

Catholic Charities Community Services – Southside

Catholic Charities – St. Louis

Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma

Coalition of Black Trade Unionist

Council on American-Islamic Relations – St Louis Chapter

Cross Border Network

Emerson Chapel

Friends of the People’s World

Grupo Latinoamericano

Inter-Community Justice Ministry – LCWR – Region X

Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America

Interfaith Legal Services for Immigrants

International Institute

Jewish Community Relations Council

Jewish Vocational Services, Kansas City

Joachim and Ann Care Service

Missouri Jobs with Justice

Language Access Metro Project (LAMP)

Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council 

MICA Project

Missouri Association for Social Welfare

Missouri AFL-CIO

NCJW- St. Louis Section

OCA – St. Louis

Pro-Vote

Redevelopment Opportunities for Women

Service Employees International Union -Local 1

Service Employees International Union – State Council

Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet – St Louis Province

Sisters of the Most Precious Blood

St Louis Center for Family Development

Workers United

United Media Guild

Westside Community Action Network Center, Inc.

UFCW #655

Source: http://www.mira-mo.org/wordpress/?page_id=8


Guys Interfering with Deportations


American Civil Liberties Union

Arkansas Coalition for DREAM

Asociación de Mexicanos en Carolina del Norte, Inc. (AMEXCAN)

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance & Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership &

Advancement

Campaign for Southern Equality

Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) DC

Centro Legal de la Raza

CHOICES Memphis Center for Reproductive Health

Church Council of Greater Seattle

Cleveland Jobs with Justice

Coalicion de Derechos Humanos

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC)

Connecticut Students for a Dream

El Centro Hispano, Inc.

Faith Action International House

Families for Freedom

Georgia Detention Watch

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

Grassroots Leadership

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR)

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

Latin America Working Group

Latino Commission on AIDS

Latino LinQ

Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church

Louisiana Latino Health Coalition

Mississippi Immigrants’ Rights Alliance

Migrant Justice/Justicia Migrante (VT)

National Center for Transgender Equality

National Council of La Raza

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Immigrant Justice Center

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

National Justice for Our Neighbors

National LGBTQ Task Force

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

New Jersey Advocates for Immigrant Detainees

North Texas Dream Team

Oakhurst Presbyterian Church

People Acting in Community Together (PACT)

Plumbers and Fitters Local 393

Political Latino/as United for Movement and Action in Society

Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide

Racial Justice Action Center

RAIN


Reformed Church of Highland Park

SEIU 32BJ

Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN)

Silicon Valley De-Bug

Sisters of Mercy Social Justice Ministries & Initiatives

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)

TransLatina coalition

United We Dream

United We Dream - Houston

University Leadership Initiative

Wake Forest School of Medicine

We Belong Together

WeCount!


Youth Empowerment Alliance

Source: http://unitedwedream.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Organizations-Urge-End-287g-2.pdf


Latinos United for Immigration Reform Buddies


American G.I. Forum 

ASPIRA Association 

Casa de Esperanza

Cuban American National Council (CNC)

Farmworker Justice 

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) 

Hispanic Federation 

Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) 

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) 

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 

MANA, A National Latina Organization 

National Association of Latino Independent Producers

National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) 

National Hispanic Environmental Council (NHEC) 

National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA) 

National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) 

National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) 

Latino Justice PRLDEF

National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) 

Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund (MALDEF) 

National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (NAHFE)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR) 

National Conference of Puerto Rican Women

National Hispana Leadership Institute

National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators 

National Puerto Rican Coalition, Inc. (NPRC) 

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

SER – Jobs for Progress National, Inc.

Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) 

United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce

AVANCE, Inc.

National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities

Source: http://latinosunited.org/immigrationreform/partners/


Voces de la Frontera Buddies


Wisconsin Network for Immigrant & Refugee Rights

Coalition for Safe Roads

Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

Interfaith Worker Justice

National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)

National People’s Action (NPA) 

National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA)

United We Dream

New Sanctuary Movement 

National Alliance of Latin American & Caribbean Communities (NALACC) 

Source: http://vdlf.org/about-us/coalitions/


Ya Es Hora ¡Ciudadania!  Buddies


Mi Familia Vota

NALEO


National Council of La Raza

Entravision

Impremedia

Univision

Source: http://www.yaeshora.info/

NPA Buddies


Source: http://npa-us.org/npa-network

Alliance for Citizenship Buddies


AFL-CIO

AFSCME

America’s Voice/ America’s Voice Education Fund

American Civil Liberties Union

American Immigration Council

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Asian American Justice Center

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance/ Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership & Advancement

CASA de Maryland

Center for American Progress

Center for Community Change/ Campaign for Community Change

CHIRLA

Church World Service

Faith in Public Life

Farmworker Justice

Generational Alliance

Immigration Equality

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

MoveOn.org

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National Council of La Raza

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Education Association

National Employment Law Project

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

National Immigration Forum/ National Immigration Forum Action Fund

National Immigration Law Center

National Korean American Service and Education Consortium

National Latina Institute on Reproductive Health

New American Leaders Project

OneAmerica

PCUN/CAUSA

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund

Rights Working Group

Service Employees International Union

South Asian Americans Leading Together

Southern Poverty Law Center

The Black Institute

Unitarian Universalist Association

United Farm Workers

United Food and Commercial Workers

US Action

YWCA

United We Dream

We Belong Together 

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


CIRC Buddies


Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

National Partnership for New Americans




Other CIRC national partners include: 

American Friends Service Committee 

America's Voice

Center for Community Change 

Detention Watch Network

Enlace


Interfaith Worker Justice 

National Day Laborers Organizing Network

National Employment Law Project

National Immigration Law Center

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) 

Rights Working Group

Ya Es Hora ¡Ciudadania! 

Source: http://coloradoimmigrant.org/section.php?id=13


CHIRLA Buddies

2015 Gala Sponsors


Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange

AltaMed

California Applicants' Attorneys Association

Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary

Western Union

Cathay Bank

Estrella TV

 MasterCard

The Law Offices of Jessica Dominguez

St. Joseph of Carondelet

 Los Angeles County Federation of Labor

Kaiser

  SEIU United Long Term Care Workers Local 6434

     Telemundo

The California Endowment 

  Armando Villegas & Associates

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

 California Faculty Association

California Teachers Association

Immaculate Heart Community

National Immigration Forum

Sisters of St. Louis

 Southern California Gas Company

  UNITE-LA

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

California Community Foundation

Center for Community Change

California Nurses Association

  Diamante Law Group APLC

Law Offices of Curiel & Parker

   Librarians Guild Local 2626

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

Peter Olney & Christina Perez

Southern CA Immigration Center

 Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld 



Source: http://chirla.org/2014_Gala_Supporter

Latino Progresso Buddies


National Council of La Raza

Chicago Cultural Alliance

Bank of America

Source: http://latinospro.org/run4latinos/


CHCI Buddies


Wal Mart

The Gilbert and Jack Cisneros Foundation

Comcast/NBC Universal

Bank of America

ExxonMobil

Ford Foundation

PepsiCo

State Farm



Toyota

United Health Foundation



Altria Group • AFL-CIO and affiliate unions • American Petroleum Institute • Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. • Chevron • Dell, Inc. •GM/GM Foundation • Google • Hyundai Motor America • JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Morgan Lewis • SEIU and Change to Win affiliate unions• Southwest Airlines • The Coca-Cola Company/The Coca-Cola Foundation • Univision • UPS

AARP • American Express Foundation • Amgen • BP / BP Foundation • Dario Marquez • DaVita Healthcare • Eli Lilly and Company • Entergy • FedEx Corporation • Ford Motor Company • General Mills • Hyundai Motor America • Lumina Foundation • Marathon Oil Corporation • Mary Kay, Inc. • McDonald's Corporation • Motorola Foundation • National Association of Broadcasters • National Education Association • New York Life / New York Life Foundation • PG&E Corporation • Prudential Financial • Shell Oil Corporation •Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) • The Home Depot Foundation • Time Warner Cable • Union Pacific • Verizon Communications • Wells Fargo

Source: http://chci.org/support/partners/


ANAKBAYAN Buddies


Action 21

Babae-SF

BAYAN-USA

Choforitos United

FiRE NYC

Gabriela-USA

Jersey City Peace Movement

National Alliance for Filipino Concerns

New Jersey DREAM Act Coalition

New Jersey United Students

New York Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines

NJ Youth Against War and Imperialism

Pinay sa Seattle

Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee

San Francisco Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines

SIGAW-LA

Wind of the Spirit

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


ICE –Free NYC Buddies


ABNY

Anakbayan NY

Ban The Box

BAYAN

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities

Campaign to End the New Jim Crow



Carwasheros

DAMAYAN

Deep Roots United Front



DRUM

Enlace

Families for Freedom

Immigrant Worker Justice

International Social Organization – NY

Lehman Dream Team

Migrant Power Alliance



New York State Youth Leadership Council

People Power Movement

Picture the Homeless

Progressive Pupil

Queens Neighborhoods United

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project

Raza Youth Collective

Retail Action Project

Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee



Sadie Nash Leadership Project

The International Youth Association

Ya-Ya Network

New Yorkers Against Bratton

Source: http://icefreenyc.com/about-us-2/


La Raza Centro Legal Buddies

Government Funders


Equal Access Fund

IOLTA

San Francisco Department of Human Services Agency: Dept. of Aging and Adult Services

San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing

San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement 

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement, Promise Neighborhoods Programs (fiscal sponsor: Mission Economic Development Agency)

Major Donors


Mallison & Martinez 

Kazan, McClain, Abrams, Fernandez, Lyons, Greenwood, Satterley & Bosl Foundation

Hanson Bridgett LLP

Kazan, McClain Satterley & Greenwood

Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP

Van Loben Sels/ RembeRock Foundation

Morrison & Foerster

Marguerite Casey Foundation

Robert Erickson, Esq.



Arturo González, Esq.

Shartsis Friese, LLP

Keker & Van Nest LLP

Kilpatrick Towsend & Stockton LLP

Lubin Olson & Niewiadomski LLP



Union Bank Foundation

Carefree Computing Inc.

Salgado & Associates

Jose Gomez, Esq.

Al Borvice, Esq.

Ramiro Castro, Esq.

 Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP 

Law Offices of Fellom & Solorio

Bingham McCutchen, LLP

Farella Braun + Martel LLP

Law Office Of Richard J. Vaznaugh 

Berman Devalerio

California Rural Legal Assitance, Inc. (CRLA)

Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP

Bledsoe, Cathcart, Diestel, Pedersen & Treppa LLP

Villegas / Carrera, LLP

Mother Jones Fund- Peace Development Fund

The Farrise Law Firm, P.C.

Chavez & Gertler LLP

Instituto Laboral De La Raza

Neyhart, Anderson, Flynn & Grosboll

Carmen Plaza de Jennings, Esq.

Thomas Kennedy Helm, Esq.

Liberation Law Group, P.C.

Google, Inc

Van Der Hout, Brigaglian & Nightgale, LLP

Leonard Carder, LLP

The Flores Law Firm

Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld

Bustamante, Gil, Rahn, Schultz & Meier

Bustamante & Gagliasso APC

JAMS, The Resolution Experts 

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

Boxer & Gerson, LLP

The Law Offices of Christopher  Morales

Outten & Golden, LLP

Beeson, Tayer & Bodine, APC

Law Offices of Jeremy Pasternak

Katherine Naff

Andrew Jonathon Sommer

Abogado Gomez, Kenneth Martinson



Law Office of Angel Rodriguez

David Zimmer

Anamaria Loya & Chris O’Hearn, Esq.

San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council

ISU Insurance Services of San Francisco

The Winery San Francisco

Vie Winery 

Winery Collective 

San Francisco 49ers

Community Thrift Store

Pier 39

Golden State Warriors

A Maciel Printing

Foundations


Atkinson Foundation

California Bar Foundation

Grove Foundation*



Marguerite Casey Foundation  

Morrison & Foerster Foundation

Silicon Valley Community Foundation*

Taproot Foundation

The Nassiri & Jung Foundation

The Charles Jung & Melita Sun Jung Foundation

The San Francisco Foundation

van Löben Sels/RembeRock Foundation

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation 

Union Bank Foundation

Source: http://www.lrcl.org/who-we-are/funders/


CRISP Buddies


Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach (API Legal Outreach)
Coastside Hope (CH)
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto (CLSEPA)
Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)
International Institute of the Bay Area – Redwood City Office (IIBA-RWC)
La Raza Centro Legal (LRCL)
Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County (LASSMC)

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Grove Foundation

Source: http://crispcollaborative.blogspot.com/


Immigrant Justice Network Buddies


Detention Watch Network – Read Detention Watch Network’s news updates and analyses detention-related provisions of the immigration bills before Congress.

Rights Working Group – Check out RWG’s Resources page with links to issue briefs and fact sheets on the racial profiling aspects of the Immigration bills before Congress.

American Immigration Lawyers Association – View AILA’s Immigration Politics 2013 page, which includes daily updates on the status of federal immigration reform bills and links to related articles, reports, and videos.

American Civil Liberties Union – Check out ACLU’s Immigration Reform 2013 page containing a summary analysis of the immigration reform bill, news updates, blog postings, and the ACLU Framework for Immigration Reform.



1Love Movement – Visit the 1Love Movement website for immigration news and action alerts from a network of Asian American organizers.

Banished Veterans – Explore the stories and videos of immigrant soldiers facing deportation and find ways to help!

Families for Freedom – FFF is a New York-based multi-ethnic defense network by and for immigrants facing and fighting deportation.

United We Dream – Check out United We Dream’s news page, which focuses on the immigrant youth movement’s response to the immigration reform bills before Congress.

PICO National Network – PICO is a national network of faith-based community organizations working to create innovative solutions to problems facing urban, suburban and rural communities. Visit PICO’s Immigration Reform page and get involved with PICO’s Campaign for Citizenship.

American Families United – AFU represents American voters and future voters (permanent residents) who are sponsoring or have sponsored a spouse or child for immigration. Visit AFU’s Issues page and read analyses about the immigration reform issues on their agenda.

SEARAC is a national organization that advances the interests of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans by empowering communities through advocacy, leadership development, and capacity building to create a socially just and equitable society. We envision a socially, politically and economically just society for all communities to enjoy for all generations.

CAMBIO (Campaign for Accountable, Moral, Balanced Immigration Overhaul). CAMBIO is a diverse group of organizations advocating for laws and policies that create a fair system for immigrants to become citizens; bans indefinite detention; allows due process for all Americans; makes enforcement systems accountable; protects civil and human rights; encourages a better border to protect the quality of life in the borderlands, prevents the abuse of vulnerable Americans; and keeps families together.

Source: http://immigrantjusticenetwork.org/partner-resources/


ILRC Buddies


CitizenshipWorks

CRISP Collaborative

U Online Forum

U Community

Immigration Advocates Network

Immigrant Justice Network

Defending Immigrants Partnership

New Americans Campaign

Community Leadership Project

East Bay Naturalization Collaborative

Immigrant Integration in Silicon Valley

Own the Dream

The Law Offices of Norton Tooby

9th Circuit Crim/Imm Forum

Source: http://www.ilrc.org/about-the-ilrc/partners-projects

US Conference of Mayors Buddies


Wal Mart

Phillips


USA Funds

Waste Management

Wells Fargo

American Beverage Association

Source: Tab on page http://usmayors.org/business/partneramerica.asp

National League of Cities

National Association of Counties

Source: http://cgicompany.com/marketingpresentations/mayors/index.html


Pro-Amnesty Republicans


Benishek
2. Bishop (Mich.)
3. Boehner1
4. Bost
5. Brooks (Ind.)
6. Buchanan
7. Calvert
8. Carter (Texas)
9. Coffman
10. Cole
11. Collins (N.Y.)
12. Comstock
13. Costello (Pa.)
14. Curbelo (Fla.)
15. Davis, Rodney
16. Denham
17. Dent
18. Diaz-Balart
19. Dold
20. Ellmers (N.C.)
21. Emmer (Minn.)
22. Fitzpatrick
23. Frelinghuysen
24. Gibson
25. Granger
26. Guinta
27. Hanna
28. Hardy
29. Heck (Nev.)
30. Hurd (Texas)
31. Jolly
32. Katko
33. King (N.Y.)
34. Kinzinger (Ill.)
35. Kline
36. Knight
37. Lance
38. LoBiondo
39. MacArthur
40. McCarthy
41. McCaul
42. McHenry
43. McMorris Rogers
44. McSally
45. Meehan
46. Miller (Mich.)
47. Moolenaar
48. Murphy (Pa.)
49. Noem
50. Nunes
51. Paulsen
52. Pittenger
53. Pitts
54. Poliquin
55. Reichert
56. Rogers (Ky.)
57. Ros-Lehtinen
58. Royce
59. Ryan (Wis.)
60. Scalise
61. Schock
62. Shimkus
63. Simpson
64. Smith (N.J.)
65. Stefanik
66. Stivers
67. Thompson (Pa.)
68. Tiberi
69. Trott
70. Turner
71. Upton
72. Valadao
73. Walden
74. Walters, Mimi
75. Young (Ind.)

Source: http://www.americasfreedomfighters.com/2015/03/04/75-republicans-who-are-for-obamas-amnesty-remember-these-names/#


LatinoJustice Buddies

Partners


AFSCME, District Council #37
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer Feld LLP
Allstate Insurance Company
Arent Fox LLP
Arnold & Porter LLP
Baker & Hostetler LLP
Bickel & Brewer Foundation 
Bilzin, Sumberg, Dunn, Price & Axelrod LLP
Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Bryan Cave LLP
Butzel Long
Christie, Parker & Hale, LLP
Clark Thomas & Winters, A Professional Corporation
Community Service Society
Consolidated Edison, Inc.
Covington & Burling LLP
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
David Barrad and Catherine Valerio Barrad
Daylight Forensic & Advisory LLC
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP
Dickstein Shapiro LLP
DLA Piper US LLP
Epstein Becker & Green
Fox Rothschild LLP
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, LLP
Frost Brown Todd LLC
General Motors Corporation
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
IBM Corporation
Jaspan Schlesinger LLP
Jenner & Block LLP
Jones Day
Kaye Scholer LLP
Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd Evans & Figel, PLLC
King & Spalding LLP
Kroll, Inc.
Latham & Watkins LLP
Lehman College 
Littler Mendelson P.C.
Mason Petit
Mayer Brown LLP
McGuireWoods LLP
Merck
Microsoft Corporation
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
MTV Networks - BET Networks - Epix
New Jersey Laborers'- Employers Cooperation and Education Trust
Outten & Golden
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP
Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
PepsiCo
Pfizer Inc.
Proskauer Rose LLP
Prudential Financial
Quinn Emanuel
Rader, Fishman & Grauer, PLLC
Ropes & Gray LLP
Royal Bank of Scotland 
Scripps Networks, LLC
Sidley Austin LLP
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Solove & Solove, P.A.
Southwest Airlines
Spacecraft
Squire Patton Boggs, LLP
Stinson Morrison Hecker, LLP
Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP
Time Warner Inc.
Univision Communications Inc.
Verizon Communications Inc.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Wiley Rein LLP
WilmerHale LLP
Winston & Strawn LLP

Source: http://latinojustice.org/about/supporters/

2015 Gala Sponsors


Comcast NBCUniversal Telemundo

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP

President’s Level


Comcast Corporation 
Goldman Sachs 
MasterCard International 
Nielsen 
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Benefactor


Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP 
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP 
Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP 
Hess Corporation 
Pfizer 
Sidley Austin LLP 
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP 
Squire Patton Boggs LLP 
Univision White & Case LLP

Justice Leader Level


Akin Gump LLP 
MetLife 
American Express 
BakerHostetler LLP 
Bristol-Myers Squibb 
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP 
Dechert LLP 
DLA Piper 
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP 
Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP 
PepsiCo 
Prudential 
QBE North America 
Ropes & Gray LLP 
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP 
Southwest Airlines

Contributor


Davis, Polk & Wardwell LLP
Duane Morris LLP
Wilkie, Farr & Gallagher LLP


Source: http://latinojustice.org/support/2015_LatinoJustice_Annual_Awards_Gala/

Asian American Justice Buddies


AT&T

Comcast/NBC Universal

Facebook

Google


McDonald’s

NCTA


NEA

Nielsen


Northrop Grummann

Prudential

The Rocketfeller Group

Southwest Airlines

State Farm

Time Warner Cable

Verizon

Wal Mart


Source: http://www.aww.advancingequality.org/who-we-are/2015-corporate-alliance-members

OCA Greater Houston Buddies


UPS

Source: http://www.ocanational.org/?page=maapgreaterhouston


Instituto del Progreso Latino Board


Garcia Holton Social Impact Advisors, LLC

GLK Health Innovators, LLC

Morningstar Investment Management

Fifth Third Bank

Allstate Insurance Company

AGG Consulting

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois

Aon, Plc

Thane-Kenscoff Group

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

World Business Chicago

BMO Financial Group

Chicago Public Library
Kantor Retail
AbbVie
Source: http://www.institutochicago.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?type=d&uREC_ID=372458&pREC_ID=840638




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