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Employee Workers Rights I Draft Code Not For Internal Irs Use I

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There are 25 foundations giving to nonprofits in the Employee Workers Rights I Draft Code Not For Internal Irs Use I category. Combined, these foundations have assets of $127 Billion.

Top Foundations by Total Giving for Employee Workers Rights I Draft Code Not For Internal Irs Use I

Funder Name Total Giving Location
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund $7,322,344,409 Boston, MA
Schwab Charitable Fund $3,297,355,695 San Francisco, CA
National Philanthropic Trust $2,290,838,351 Jenkintown, PA
President And Fellows Of Harvard C $816,950,708 Cambridge, MA
Network For Good $667,260,194 Washington, DC
Boston Foundation Inc $213,488,814 Boston, MA
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston Inc $203,356,607 Boston, MA
Amalgamated Charitable Foundation Inc $59,276,661 Washington, DC
Groundswell Fund $12,028,609 San Francisco, CA
The New World Foundation $8,406,836 New York, NY
Communications Workers Of America $3,855,226 Washington, DC
Bend The Arc A Jewish Partnership $2,600,000 New York, NY
Herman And Frieda L Miller Foundation $2,565,666 Boston, MA
Center For Economic Democracy Inc $1,804,870 Boston, MA
Haymarket People's Fund Inc $1,403,075 Jamaica Plain, MA
Caroline & Sigmund Schott Fund $1,325,989 Cambridge, MA
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Inc $1,174,127 Cambridge, MA
Resist Inc $1,173,128 Jamaica Plain, MA
The Schott Foundation For Public $1,043,955 Quincy, MA
East Boston Savings Bank Charitable $581,825 Peabody, MA
Samuel Rubin Foundation Inc $514,500 Boston, MA
The Peggy Meyerhoff Pearlstone $334,500 Baltimore, MD
Gbl Charitable Foundation $147,600 Westwood, MA
The Karina Foundation $145,500 Marion, MA

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