Who Funds Abortion
Who Funds Abortion - Corporations
One of the resources to view corporate funding or sponsorship of certain issues is 2ndvote.com. Besides weekly updates of evaluations, they have a large database of prior results. Each corporation is measured on:
Through their research they identify where a corporation contributed funds directly or indirectly in each category. The grading is:
1 - Indicates direct support to a liberal organization; example Johnson & Johnson
2 - Indicates indirect support to a liberal organization; example United Way
3 - Indicates neutrality or no information found on issue
4 - Indicates indirect support to a conservative organization
5 - Indicates direct support to a liberal organization
Then an overall score is calculated. They also propose alternatives for an organization.
With Walmart, as an example, they score as follows:
Second Amendment 1
Life 2 More Con Funds than Pro Funds
Education 2 More Con Funds than Pro Funds
Religious Liberty 2 More Con Funds than Pro Funds
They offer Meijer as an alternative:
Second Amendment 2 More Con Funds than Pro Funds
Marriage 3 Balance of Pro and Con Funds
Life 3 Balance of Pro and Con Funds
Education - No information found on issue
Immigration - No information found on issue
Religious Liberty - No information found on issue
For each corporation, you can check “Send an Email” to voice your opinion. Also, you can find scores for each grading. For example, you can select “Life” and get a sorted summary of all corporations with their life score. 2ndVote also provides a store shopping guide.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke
In 2019, Planned Parenthood performed 39 abortions per hour. Corporations and other groups provided funds for the killing.
We now know some of the corporations that our are complicit in the slaughter. Now what? Maybe send an email and support only those that support Life.
Note: all ratings above are dated January 9, 2020 and subject to change. Please use 2ndVote.com to check for updates.
Who Funds Abortions - Nonprofits
Life News published an article summarizing the results of a study prepared by Life Decisions International listing companies and organizations that support Planned Parenthood. LDI has been successful in stopping funding by at least 366 corporations totaling more that $21.5 million. Text for the recent updates from the article are as follows:
"New boycott targets include AutoZone, BP, Canadian Imperial Bank, GoFundMe, Lionsgate Entertainment, McKesson (Health Mart, Sunmark, Rexall Pharmacy), Office Depot/Office Max, Penske, Quest Diagnostics, SIRVA (Allied, Global, and North American Van Lines), and United Fire (insurance).
Companies on the boycott list that continue funding Planned Parenthood include: Adobe, Ameriprise Financial, Bank of America, Bank of Montreal (BMO), Chanel (cosmetics, fragrances, etc.) Clorox (cleaning products, Brita, Burt’s Bees, Fresh Step, Glad, Hidden Valley, KC Masterpiece, Kingsford charcoal, Kitchen Bouquet, Scoop Away, etc.), Danone (Dannon products), Deutsche Bank, eBay, Estēe Lauder (cosmetics, fragrances, etc.), Expedia (travel planning websites: CarRentals, CheapTickets, Ebookers, Expedia, HomeAway, Hotels, Hotwire, Orbitz, Travelocity, trivago, etc.); Kaiser Permanente, LVMH (cosmetics, eyewear, fragrances, jewelry, luggage, etc.), M&T Bank, Marriott (Courtyard, Delta, Fairfield, Four Points, Renaissance, Residence Inn, Sheraton, SpringHill Suites, St. Regis, TownePlace Suites, Westin, etc.), Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank, and UnitedHealthcare.
LDI also investigates nonprofit organizations to determine whether they either support abortion or have made financial donations to Planned Parenthood. Its “Nonprofits Behaving Badly” section identifies charities associated with Planned Parenthood or other advancement of abortion.
Those nonprofits it warns about include ALS Association, American Cancer Society, Avon Foundation for Women, Boys & Girls Clubs, Camp Fire, Catholic Relief Services, Council of Churches, Eagles Clubs, Easter Seals, Elks Clubs, Girl Guides, Girl Scouts, Girls Inc., Kiwanis Clubs, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Lions Clubs, March of Dimes, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, Red Cross, Red Nose Day, Rotary Clubs, Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Salvation Army, Save the Children, Sierra Club, Susan G. Komen, UNICEF, YMCA, and YWCA."
LDI does not provide links on their site as 2ndvote proceeds to send email. However, a book can be purchased showing all information.
Also, you can subscribe to an email update of the list as shown above when published.
Note that the information above from LDI may not be current.