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Category Filter: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (66)

  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • The Association of People Who Have Been Unjustly Evicted, Exploited and Generally Fucked Over
        • My name is Ruby Williams and I represent the Association of People Who Have Been Unjustly Evicted, Exploited and Generally Fucked Over.
    • The Barnacle Project
        • A non-profit organization based in Mystic, Connecticut that assists in the scraping of barnacles. (Season 7 episode The Inner Circle)
    • Brothers Against Drunk Driving
        • Tapeheads version of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
    • Byrde Family Foundation
        • Wendy's new charity organization. (Season 3 episode BFF)
    • The Choak Foundation
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Coalition for Clean Hair
        • Organization listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building.
    • Colcord Foundation of the Arts
        • Robin Colcord's foundation (Season 8 episode 2 The Improbable Dream, Part 2)
    • Costa Rican Environmental Protection Society
        • The Masrani company, together with InGen, have worked together to ensure the protection of these animals. A historical agreement was signed in 2005 with the Costa Rican Environmental Protection Society to ensure the safety and habitat of the indigenous wildlife of Isla Nublar.
    • Earthvironment.org
        • Name on Jake's T-shirt when he goes undercover investigating the drug Taxi. (Season 3 episode The Mattress)
    • Four Walls One Heart
        • Trinity's charity organization. (Season 4 episode If I Had a Hammer)
    • The Friends of Montgomery Burns
        • Group behind Mr. Burns' run for governor. (Season 2 episode Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish)
    • Gays for the Metric System
        • Gay group that started Vito's Pub on the path to becoming a gay bar (Season 1 episode 16 The Boys in the Bar)
    • Hill Valley Preservation Society
        • New record added 6/9/2022
        • Group raising money to save the clock tower.
    • The Howard Silverstein Foundation
        • From Samuel Norman's bio that Lucy finds online.
    • Indiana Organization for Women
        • Also known as I.O.W. Organization that gives out the Dorothy Everton Smythe Empowerment Award. (Season 2 episode Woman of the Year) Organization that threatens to boycott Ben and Leslie if Leslie participates in the primary. (Season 7 episode Pie-Mary)
    • The Knightsman Foundation
        • Alfonso's college scholarship. (Season 1 episode New Colossus)
    • Legend Fund
        • Nonprofit organization that supports the Ances-Tree, a feature of the Greenwood Center for Cultural Heritage:  "Made possible by a generous donation fro the Legend Fund." (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
    • LutherCorp Foundation
        • Lionel and Chloe discuss that fact that the foundation provides the computers to Smallville High School. (Season 3 episode Extinction)
    • Luthor Foundation Scholarship
        • Smallville High School student Ian Randall is awarded a LutherCorp scholarship. (Season 2 episode Dichotic)
    • National Neurobiology Foundation
        • From Samuel Norman's bio that Lucy finds online.
    • Parker Medical Foundation
        • From Samuel Norman's bio that Lucy finds online.
    • Pisspeace
        • Piss version of Greenpeace from extended "Green Piss" scene where Danny and Wheeler ad lib a bunch of piss jokes.
    • The Richard and Lois Wallenberg Foundation Foundation
        • Sponsor of Pawnee Public Radio, dedicated to the idea that all human beings deserve a chance to hear about foundations. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • The Scranton Animal Welfare Society
        • Fundraiser the staff attends. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
    • Second Start
        • Local community program where Frasier was a guest speaker. They offer career training for people who are stuck in tedious, low-paying jobs. (Season 7 episode Something About Dr. Mary)
    • St. Claire Foundation
        • The Sebastian St. Clair Foundation for the betterment of peoples in distressed nations needing aid, help, assistance, and... (Season 2 episode Hank After Dark)
    • The Susan and Sandra Slush Fund
        • Joke Mr. Levy makes about the name of the foundation Mrs. Levy is determined to establish, referring to their daughters.
    • The Susan Ross Foundation
        • After Susan dies, her parents create a foundation to preserve her memory, asking George to be on the board of directors. (Season 8 episode The Foundation)
    • Unified Fund
        • Kingpin version of Unicef, TV commercial featuring Ernie McCracken.
    • Velasco Preservation Society
        • The Velasco theater, an old movie theater is being torn down by Fletco Development, of which Dan is an investor. Harry works with the Velasco Preservation Society to save it. Bull says he used to work there as an usher, but then later remembers it was actually The Majestic. Its used to be a Vaudeville house in the 1920s. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • The Victim Support Program
        • Elias Rahim's organization that provides support to victims of crime. (Season 1 episode Away)
    • The Victim's Protective Society
        • And then he saw an open door halfway down the block in the direction of his pursuers. He had run right by it. A sign protruding from the building above the doorway said the victim's protective society. That's for me, Barrent thought.
    • Volunteer Fathers of America
        • The Manhattan chapter of Volunteer Fathers of America turns Bull down because he scares the kids. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
    • Wayne Foundation
        • New record added 6/21/2022
        • The Riddler shows the Batman old footage of Bruce Wayne’s father Thomas Wayne when he was running for mayor, when he pledged a millions dollars from the Wayne Foundation to create the Gotham Renewal Fund.
    • Wendel G. and Muriel Fathwright Korbleman Foundation
        • Sponsor of Thoughts for Your Thoughts, radio program on WVYS. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)

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