Donor List Of Anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ Group Revealed: Soros, Ford, Kellogg

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To no one’s surprise, if you take a look at the Community Change Action (CCCA)‘s donor base, you’ll be able to spot a number of the most rich and prominent American families, including the now infamous George Soros, together with Kellogg and Ford. The Washington DC based 501 (c)(3) ultra-left wing/progressive community-organizing group, and we’re referring to CCCA, is one of the main contributors to the Anti Trump Resistance movement and unfortunately for their donors, their huge contributions to the highly-secretive group have been disclosed by the conservative publication The Washington Free Beacon.

The Community Change Action (CCCA) is sponsored to the tune of millions of dollars by the Kellogg Foundation, George Soros and the Ford  Foundation, among many others. To quote from the Washington Free Beacon piece:

The Center for Community Change’s largest contribution was $3,000,000 from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, which was initially created by Will Kellogg, the food manufacturer and founder of Kellogg Company. The Ford Foundation, which was first created by the founders of the Ford Motor Company, added a $2,350,000 donation. The Open Society Foundation, a foundation run by liberal billionaire mega-donor George Soros, gave $1,750,000 to the Center for Community Change.

Other donors to the organization include the California Endowment, which gave $524,500;the Marquerite Casey Foundation, which gave $515,000; Fidelity Charitable Gift, which donated $505,100; and the National Immigration Law Center, which gave $316,000.

George Soros also contributed with a 1.5 million dollars donation to CCCA’s social-welfare arm, i.e. the Every Citizen Counts nonprofit, that was created by Hillary Clinton’s operatives:

 Donors to its “social welfare” arm in 2015 included Every Citizen Counts ($1,750,000 contribution), a nonprofit that was created by allies of Hillary Clinton to mobilize Latino and African-American voters; the Open Society Policy Center ($1,475,000), another Soros group; the Sixteen Thirty Fund ($610,000), a progressive advocacy group; Center for Community Change ($150,000); Services Employees International Union (SEIU) ($150,000); Atlantic Philanthropies ($75,000); and the Tides Foundation ($50,000), the largest liberal donor-advised network, among other funders.

And if you are wondering on what all these money were spent, well, the answer is pretty obvious: anti Trump protests/movements (Sanctuary Campus) and Black Lives Matter.

The Emergent Fund gives grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 and has provided financing to Black Lives Matter; the Center for Media Justice, which was created to “organize the most under-represented communities in a national movement for media rights”; the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative; and United We Dream, the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the United States.

The Center for Community Change later joined United We Dream for nationwide immigration protests leading up to Trump’s inauguration. United We Dream was additionally behind“sanctuary campus” anti-Trump protests across the country to protect undocumented students.

Check it out for yourself:

Center for Community Change — 2015 Donors


The Ford Foundation is quite separate from the company and has been for a long time. Like many foundations it has drifted to the left of its original intent.

However, that’s not the case with Kellogg. In fact, the Kellogg CEO has specifically stated that the company, not just the foundation or even himself as an individual, but the COMPANY itself is opposed to Trump and his policies.