Nonprofit

FLIC Votes

Miami, FL, US • https://flicvotes.org/

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Mission

FLIC Votes seeks to expand democracy by shaping an active and conscious electorate which reflects the diversity of Florida, while engaging those who can’t yet vote. They advance their mission through bold electoral and advocacy programs centering the engagement of New American Voters and low-propensity voters of color.

Founded in 2016, FLIC Votes has engaged thousands of voters and volunteers, helping to win rights restoration in Florida in 2018 and the minimum wage raise in 2020. In 2020 alone, they strengthened progressive voices in school boards, municipal and county commissions, Florida House and Senate, and U.S. Congress by endorsing and helping to elect 16 champions.

FLIC Votes unique power-building model has contributed to their movement’s cohesion, direction, and impact. In a short period and with a modest investment, they have evolved from episodic, tactical mobilizations to a more sophisticated, strategic, and impactful organization. While still emerging, FLIC Votes has become a growing force in Florida. Learn about the organization's sponsor, Way to Win.

Communities Served

Florida

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

2016

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81-2185907

Total Revenue

EIN:
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Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$1,373,378

Total Expenses

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$747,908

Net Assets

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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$692,770

Sponsors

EIN:
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Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

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Way to Win

Financials sourced from IRS Form 990 (2018)

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This organization is a registered 501(c)(4) charity in the U.S. Donations are not tax deductible within the guidance of U.S. law.

Unlike 501(c)(3) nonprofits, (c)(4) organizations can participate in unlimited lobbying activities, providing them with more tools to engage in policy change. These organizations often support powerbuilding in communities through advocacy and electoral work.

Communities Served

Florida

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

2016

EIN

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
A donor, family or community foundation, or philanthropic intermediary that provides grants to nonprofit organizations.

We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

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  • partners with and advocates for organizations working on related issues

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81-2185907

Total Revenue

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
A donor, family or community foundation, or philanthropic intermediary that provides grants to nonprofit organizations.

We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

Sponsors - (c)(4) organizations:
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  • provides grants to nonprofit organizations, and/or
  • partners with and advocates for organizations working on related issues

We've identified sponsors who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these sponsors to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

$1,373,378

Total Expenses

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
A donor, family or community foundation, or philanthropic intermediary that provides grants to nonprofit organizations.

We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

Sponsors - (c)(4) organizations:
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  • provides grants to nonprofit organizations, and/or
  • partners with and advocates for organizations working on related issues

We've identified sponsors who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these sponsors to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

$747,908

Net Assets

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
A donor, family or community foundation, or philanthropic intermediary that provides grants to nonprofit organizations.

We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

Sponsors - (c)(4) organizations:
A nonprofit organization or philanthropic intermediary that

  • provides grants to nonprofit organizations, and/or
  • partners with and advocates for organizations working on related issues

We've identified sponsors who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these sponsors to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

$692,770

Sponsors

EIN:
Employer Identification Number. Use this to document your donations at tax time or to research a nonprofit.

Total Revenue:
Dollars In. The total amount of money the organization received across revenue streams (cash, grants, program service fees, investment income, etc.).

Total Expenses:
Dollars Out. The amount of money the organization spent during the tax year reported. It can be helpful for donors to understand what a meaningful gift to the organization would be.

Net Assets:
The amount of cash an organization has after expenses and liabilities. A financially healthy nonprofit has a positive balance and reflects a healthy cushion relative to expense budget and total revenue size.

Sponsors - (c)(3) organizations:
A donor, family or community foundation, or philanthropic intermediary that provides grants to nonprofit organizations.

We've identified funders who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these funders to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

Sponsors - (c)(4) organizations:
A nonprofit organization or philanthropic intermediary that

  • provides grants to nonprofit organizations, and/or
  • partners with and advocates for organizations working on related issues

We've identified sponsors who meet our values-aligned criteria and aggregated the organizations supported by these sponsors to create our nonprofit directory. See our complete vetting criteria here.

Way to Win

Financials sourced from IRS Form 990 (2018)

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