The Center for Public Integrity found at least 21 groups, vocal about anonymous donations in politics, that do not fully disclose their own donors while putting money into politics.
|Group name||Disclosure of funders|
|American Family Voices||None|
|Brennan Center for Justice||Partial|
|California Clean Money Campaign||Partial|
|Citizen Action of New York||Partial|
|Democracy Initiative||Not readily available online and did not respond to questions.|
|Every Voice/Public Campaign||Partial|
|Food & Water Watch||Partial|
|Free Speech for People||None*|
|Friends of the Earth||Partial|
|Justice at Stake||Partial|
|Maine Citizens for Clean Elections||Partial|
|People for the American Way||None|
|U.S. Public Interest Research Group||None|
*Free Speech for People plans to begin disclosing donors at the end of January but continue to allow anonymous gifts, according to its president, John Bonifaz.
Source: Center for Public Integrity analysis.