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Arizona Students' Association501c4Executive Director Cesar Aguilar, Cesar@azstudents.org"Non-partisan, student-led nonprofit organization, existing to represent the interests of all community college and public university students in the state of Arizona...focusing on grassroots organizing, registering students to vote, lobbying for affordable higher education, and training and developing student leaders."Small or grassrootsAguilarCesar@azstudents.org
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Environment Arizona501c4https://environmentarizona.org/contact"We research the challenges confronting our environment and advocate for solutions. Through research reports, news conferences, interviews with reporters, op-ed pieces, letters to the editor and more, we educate the public about what’s at stake and what can be done."Large or national
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One Arizona501c3info@onearizona.org"One Arizona is made up of 28 organizations active all over Arizona. We are completely nonpartisan, focused on improving the lives of Arizonans, especially people of color and young people, by building a culture of civic participation."Large or nationalinfo@onearizona.org
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Intertribal Council of Arizona501c3Travis Lane,
travis.lane@itcaonline.com
"To provide its member tribes with a united voice and the means for united action on matters that affect them collectively or individually...The goal of ITCA and its commitment to the member tribes is to ensure the self-determination of Indian tribal governments through their participation in the development of the policies and programs which affect their lives."
Coordinating council of 21 tribal nations.
Large or nationaltravis.lane@itcaonline.com
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Chispa AZState Co-Directors Dulce Juarez, dulce_juarez@lcv.org
Vianey Olivarria, volivarria@lcv.org
"Chispa Arizona, a program of the League of Conservation Voters, is growing latinx voices, political power, and civic engagement for a cleaner future in Arizona. Chispa Arizona is organizing in our communities, increasing voter participation, pushing back on polluters, and holding elected officials accountable in between election days."Large or nationalOlivarriavolivarria@lcv.org
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Progress Arizona501c4 and 501c3info@progressazinstitute.org
information@progressnowarizona.org
"We serve as a digital hub for Arizona progressives. We offer training, coaching and coordination to grassroots groups, provide strategic rapid response capacity, and execute cutting-edge digital campaigns."Large or nationalprogressazinstitute.orginformation@progressnowarizona.org
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Tomorrow We Vote Action501c3info@tomorrowwevote.org"The purpose of Tomorrow We Vote is to inform of the voting process and register students of or near the voting age in their third or fourth year of high school in Arizona. Informing this generation about their voting rights, issues impacting their communities and removing the stigma tied to engaging in the democratic process are the focus points of TWV."Small or grassrootsinfo@tomorrowwevote.org
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Central AZ for Sustainable Economy (CASE)info@case-az.org"CASE is a movement of young people and working families committed to achieving economic, social and immigrants’ justice in Arizona. We strive to increase civic and political participation among working families in Arizona."Small or grassrootsinfo@case-az.org
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Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance501c3President Rolf vom Dorp, marjarolf@gmail.com "NAZCCA’s mission is to inform and engage people from all walks of life to join a broad and diverse climate movement across Northern Arizona. NAZCCA seeks to raise awareness of the threats of climate change and activate residents to organize and work toward solutions that reduce human impact on climate."Small or grassrootsDorpmarjarolf@gmail.com
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Northern Arizona Interfaith CouncilRoxana Cardiel De Niz, Organizer, naic.iaf@gmail.com"Coalition of congregations and organizations in Flagstaff, Sedona, and Prescott...build leadership for civic participation across lines of race, class, age, and religion and organize for issues that advance the common good."Small or grassrootsNizOrganizernaic.iaf@gmail.com
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Arizona Coalition for Changeinfo@azc4c.org"Arizona Coalition for Change is a Black-led organization with a dynamic multicultural team that empowers everyday people to transform their community through building civic power, leadership development, and community collaboration. We advocate for lasting progressive public policies that change the dynamics for our communities by putting people first."Small or grassrootsinfo@azc4c.org
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RAZE - Rural Arizona Engagementinfo@raze.org"RAZE’s mission is to educate, advocate and coordinate in rural communities so they may gain access to civic education, engagement opportunities and voter registration. Rural Arizona Engagement is an influential power in advancing progressive values and policies"Small or grassrootsinfo@raze.org
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Friends of Flagstaff’s Futureinfo@friendsofflagstaff.org"Friends of Flagstaff’s Future is a grassroots, multi-issue organization
whose mission is to achieve a sustainable, just, and thriving Flagstaff
through community education, engagement, and advocacy."
Small or grassrootsinfo@friendsofflagstaff.org
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AZ Youth Climate Coalitionn/aclimatestrikeaz@gmail.com"Arizona youth fighting for climate justice by working to build community power across the Grand Canyon State"Small or grassrootsclimatestrikeaz@gmail.com
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Uplift Climate501c3info@upliftclimate.org"Uplift connects, trains, and mobilizes young people for climate justice. Through creative grassroots organizing, we foster a livable future with clean air, clean water, renewable energy, regenerative food systems, and liberated peoples."Small or grassrootsinfo@upliftclimate.org
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Diné C.A.R.E. (Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment)DineCare88@gmail.com"Diné CARE is located on the Navajo Nation and is a non-profit organization that works with many Navajo communities affected by energy and environmental issues. Since the late 1980s, community people have stood up to demand environmental protection and sustainable development practices, bringing systemic changes in tribal politics and making the grassroots voices evident in the realm of energy development."Small or grassrootsDineCare88@gmail.com
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Hopi Foundation501c3info@hopifoundation.org“The Hopi Foundation was established in 1985 by local Hopis who wanted to promote self-sufficiency, proactive community participation in their own destiny, self-reliance, and local self-determination. We serve a population of 7,000 Hopi across 12 villages on the Hopi Reservation, as well as other Native American tribes and indigenous societies.”Small or grassrootsinfo@hopifoundation.org
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