George Soros’ nonprofit organization, the Soros Network, has reportedly contributed roughly $21 billion to left-leaning parties since 2000, according to new disclosures, the Capital Research Center revealed.
The Soros Network, often known as the Open Society Network, is made up of numerous private foundations and nonprofit organizations that have been among the biggest financial benefactors of left-wing activists and politicians worldwide.
Soros’ organizations funneled $2.7 billion into different left-leaning charities in 2021 alone, a large portion of which went to “dark money” organizations where the money can no longer be traced.
The Open Society Policy Center, the main lobbying branch of the Soros Network, distributed over $577 million in awards in 2021.
According to updated 2021 filings, the Soros Network donated $36 million to Arabella Advisors, a philanthropy consulting firm that distributes “black money” to numerous charities and people that “promote policy advocacy on structural change,” according to the CRC.
The New Venture Fund, Sixteen Thirty Fund, Windward Fund, and Hopewell Fund are just a few of the five NGOs that Arabella Advisors oversees. These organizations all act as incubators for leftist nonprofits.
Tides Advocacy received a $22 million grant from the Soros Network, another anonymous donor organization.
The Voter Registration Project got $4.5 million from the Soros Network in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections to register prospective Democratic voters.
The Way to Win Action Fund received an additional $20 million, of which $400,000 was used to support Democratic candidates in the January 2021 special election for the Georgia Senate.
Democrat Stacey Abrams received $2 million from the Soros Network for her advocacy of “voting rights and election administration” despite losing two straight contests for governor of Georgia.
The network contributed $21 million to NEO Philanthropy’s advocacy group, some of which was used to support “advocacy on Latinx rights and empowerment” and the registration of “historically underprivileged voters.”
The Soros Network contributed $30 million to the left-leaning lobbying organization America Votes, which dubbed itself “the largest grassroots voter mobilization operation in the country today.”
Given $2.5 million was Courier Newsroom, a media site that charges “right-wing media and political elites” with “purposefully propagating falsehoods.”
The network gave Color of Change, a project of the Obama administration, $17.5 million. Color of Change has launched various campaigns against conservative organizations while supporting government-run healthcare and the Green New Deal.
The Soros Network donated $21 million to Borealis Philanthropy, a group that engages in identity-interest campaigning and organizing.
The Wall Street Journal reported in November that Soros contributed $128 million to Democratic committees, making him the biggest donor in the midterm elections.
In an effort to influence global policy, George Soros and his nonprofits have given roughly $21 billion to left-leaning politicians and groups globally since 2000, according to the latest reporting from CRC.