List of Businesses that Support Planned Parent(Murder)hood

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CHARITIES BEHAVING BADLY

How much do you know about the charitable organizations that you support? We hope your answer is “a lot.” But if the answer is “very little,” do not fret for LDI is here to do the research for you.

Does a charity you support:

  • give some of your hard-earned money to Planned Parenthood or another pro-abortion group?
  • advocate for embryonic stem cell research?
  • take an anti-life public position on a life issue (abortion, euthanasia, etc.)?
  • distribute abortifacient birth control?
  • choose to keep women in the dark regarding the link between abortion and breast cancer?

The answers to these and other questions may surprise (and disappoint) you. But they also present an opportunity for you to do something about it!

The names of the nonprofits are listed alphabetically. Each group is listed under commonly used names. For example, the Fraternal Order of Eagles may be found under “Eagles.” (If you cannot find what you are looking for, check under “National,” and “American.”)

A much more complete list of nonprofit organizations involved with the Culture of Death, with mailing addresses, names of chief executives, phone numbers, and so forth, may be found in the “Dishonorable Mention” section of The Boycott List.

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Companies that FUND Planned MURDERHOOD!

ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Alzheimer’s Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
America Gives Back: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group
American Association for Cancer Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
American Association for Dental Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
American Association of Retired Persons: advocates for embryonic stem cell research; has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
American Automobile Association: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
American Burn Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
American Cancer Society: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
American Diabetes Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
American Thoracic Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
American Thyroid Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Amnesty International: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
APBD (Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease) Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
ASPIRA Association: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Audubon Society: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Axion Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Boys & Girls Clubs: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Camp Fire: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Children’s Aid Society: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Children’s Defense Fund: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Comic Relief: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Council of Churches: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Dr. Phil Foundation: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group
Doctors Without Borders: see Médecins Sans Frontières
Eagles: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Easter Seals: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Elks: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Elton John AIDS Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Family Health International: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Girl Guides/Scouts: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Girls Inc.: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Glaucoma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Hereditary Disease Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Human Rights Watch: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Idol Gives Back: see America Gives Back
Institute of International Education: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Kiwanis: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Komen Foundation: see Susan G. Komen Foundation
Lance Armstrong Foundation: see Livestrong Foundation
League of Women Voters: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Lions: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Livestrong Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Lou Gehrig’s Disease: see ALS Association, Project ALS
Lupus Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Lymphoma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
March of Dimes: advocates for embryonic stem cell research; policy is effectively “pro-choice” toward preborn children believed to be “imperfect”
Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders): distributes abortifacient birth control
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Michael J. Fox Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Muscular Dystrophy Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Myositis Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Alliance for Eye & Vision Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Childhood Cancer Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Education Association: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
National Multiple Sclerosis Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Osteoporosis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Parkinson’s Disease Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Psoriasis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
National Spinal Cord Injury Association: see United Spinal Association
National Urban League: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Outward Bound: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Paralyzed Veterans: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Parkinson’s Action Network: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Pemphigus & Pemphigoid Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Prevent Cancer Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Project ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis): advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Quest for the Cure: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Race for the Cure: see Susan G. Komen Foundation
Red Cross: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Relay for Life Research Society on Alcoholism: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Research! America: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Robert Packard Center for ALS Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Ronald McDonald House: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Rotary: operates an internal anti-life (population control) division; funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group; on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Rett Syndrome Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Salvation Army: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); accepts “hard case” abortions (rape, incest, fetal deformity, etc.)
Save the Children: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Scleroderma Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Scleroderma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Sierra Club: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Society for Investigative Dermatology: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Society for Pediatric Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Society for Women’s Health Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Soroptimist International: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Steven & Michele Kirsch Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Susan G. Komen Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); refuses to accept and inform women of the proven link between abortion and breast cancer
Tourette Syndrome Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Travis Roy Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Unite 2 Fight Paralysis: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
United Nations Children’s Fund: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
United Spinal Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
United Way: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association): has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)
Youth for Human Rights: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group; founded and run by the Church of Scientology cult
YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association): has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)
Wi Cell Research Institute: advocates for embryonic stem cell research
Zonta: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

“The Pro-Life Movement will succeed only to the extent that pro-life people are willing to be inconvenienced.”
– Douglas R. Scott, Jr.,
Bad Choices: A Look Inside Planned Parenthood, p. 246
The Corporate Funding Project (CFP) is a program focusing on the education of corporate officials about the agendas of Planned Parenthood in an effort to convince them to deny support to this dangerous group. A boycott of corporations that support this radical entity is advocated so those who care about life are not indirectly funding its deadly agenda.
LDI publishes a list of boycott targets that is updated at least twice per year. The list includes corporate names, subsidiaries, products, services and how to contact each company. LDI provides information regarding the historical use of boycotts as a strategy for achieving social and philanthropic change as well as an analysis of the moral and ethical issues involved.
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LDI once offered The Boycott List without requesting a donation, but the policy changed when:
 
1) pro-Planned Parenthood people were urged to send for The Boycott List in an effort to bankrupt us–which they nearly did; and
           
2) we began to realize the enormous expense involved in obtaining the information needed to prepare The Boycott List.
 
It soon became clear that we had to seek funding for this valuable work or end the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) because we simply did not have the resources to support it. It is important that this work be financially supported so it can even exist.
 
Some people argue it is more important to get the information out to the public than it is to ask for a donation. We agree; yet the same argument could be made of nearly everything published by any good organization (brochures, books, videotapes, and so on), but they are virtually never distributed gratis.
 
Please realize that a donation made for The Boycott List pays for research and printing. It also helps to support LDI’s work in general. The few people who complain have no idea what is involved in publishing The Boycott List. It involves countless man-hours, phone calls, travel, letters, and so forth. (This is one reason why LDI’s Boycott List is so well respected; we take care and go to the expense necessary to do it right.) And our budget is less than $110,000 per year–a small fraction of that of other nationwide pro-life groups. Simply put, if we are to keep the lights on, pay our staff (totals less than $50,000–and that includes all employees combined), and do the job we are called to do, we need the funds to do it. (In 2007, it was necessary for one LDI employee to work without pay for three months because the money was simply not there. In fact, there have never been a year since LDI was founded in which every employee was paid every month. This is all due to a lack of funding.)
 
LDI’s Board of Directors will change the policy relating to the dissemination of The Boycott List if and when they feel it should be done. But one can expect that LDI will always ask for some kind of donation to discourage pro-abortion groups from seekingThe List. (We already receive bad checks from pro-abortion people. We have also had persons make a donation via credit card and, after receiving the requested material, claim the charge was fraudulent. We have even received bad checks from pro-life people who believe they should not be “charged” for The Boycott List. We incur fees from our bank and/or credit card processing company every time one of these incidents occurs.) Thus, any suggestion that LDI is some sort of “money-making operation” is ludicrous. (Either that or we are just very, very bad at it–and we have been bad at it since our inception.)
 
Why does not LDI put The Boycott List on its website? We would simply be publishing a list that pro-abortion groups would use for a counter-boycott. And we would have done all the research for them. In addition, such information placed on the web tends to get disseminated in ways that can cause serious problems. In one case, an individual placedThe Boycott List on his personal website and, since he had heard a rumor that another company was also giving to Planned Parenthood, he added that company as well. Yet LDI was cited as the source of all of the information. Needless-to-say, LDI received a phone call from a very unhappy lawyer who threatened us with a lawsuit. This is why LDI policy prohibits placing The Boycott List online; in whole or in part.
 
Most people who initially raise questions make a kind, respectful inquiry. Once we reply, more than 95 percent understand the reasons for our practices and policies. In addition, persons who express a concern about finances may receive The Boycott List at a substantial discount. Other people, however, are simply accusatory. Take, for example, this message we received from a person who did not leave a name:
 
WHY ARE YOU PROFITEERING OFF THE PRO-LIFE COMMUNITY? YOU WILL SPEND ETERNITY IN HELL BECAUSE YOU ARE JUST AS GUILTY AS THE ABORTIONISTS!!!
 
Another person wrote wrote:
 
I have refused to pay the amount you wish to extort [from pro-life people] for financial gain concerning companies that support abortion.
 
(More about this person’s attacks may be found here [“LDI Accused Of Grave Sins,” p. 4-9] and here [“Breaking Your Word,”7-8].)
A third person wrote:
 
Pay for a boycott list? You want to profit from anti-abortion? You guys are despicable hypocrites and give Christians and the Pro-Life movement a bad name. If you really cared about the Abortion Holocaust, you would be begging people to freely distribute that list. There are plenty of legitimate ways to raise cash for your organization. Add yourselves to the list and to hell with you. In fact, add yourselves to the TOP of the list.
 
And a fourth gentleman said LDI leaders will face eternal judgment for seeking donations for The Boycott List:
 
LDI to my knowledge doesn’t distribute the latest information on these companies in the best way possible, via their website, to the public (stating that the list could change daily, to check back often). Instead, they require people to pay them money for this life-saving information. Unless this has also changed, I also will not support LDI for putting a price on human lives…The [LDI] board prefers to make money over saving lives…There is no reason to not [sic] publicize the list on your website, in addition to accepting donations and payments for literature…I will pray for your conversion. We could judge a tree by it’s [sic] fruit, but your organization prefers to put more into manure fertilizer than bearing fruit…but may I add that God’s judgement [sic] for salvation will be most severe for those experienced, especially the shepherds (ministers & priests), who should know better…[LDI] is a “pay for information” organization (life critical information that is)….
 
LDI has received e-mails from people who support and those who oppose our policy in this regard. However, LDI Partners have been virtually unanimous in their support. What follows are messages we have received from several LDI supporters regarding The Boycott List:
 
Just a short note that I am praying for you–I had to laugh when I read in the latest edition of The Caleb Report [LDI’s newsletter] some of the e-mails you’ve been getting, criticizing you and your mission. Without exception, every criticism was the product of the writer’s ignorance–ignorance about who you are, what you are doing, and why you are doing it.
 
To God’s People at LDI: Nobody on this planet is doing more to fight the evil wrought by Planned Parenthood than you are. Nobody does it better, with more integrity, with more grace and humor, or with more focused efficiency. Nobody puts a dollar or a prayer to work as effectively as you do. From those of us who “get it” comes this message: keep up the phenomenal work! And when you’re feeling just a bit beleaguered by the harpies and their whining, keep remembering that God “gets it” too.
 
Thank you for all you do.
 
— David Kothman
 
In earlier messages Mr. Kothman wrote:
 
I just received my July-August issue of The Caleb Report and, as always, did not put it down until I had read every word. I was particularly troubled by [one] e-mail you received…As a faithful reader for several years, I have come to not only understand by applaud your policy as it relates to giving away your publications. In fact, I am this minute going to write a check to send you to help in some small way with your heroic mission.
 
You guys are what is right and good with our movement in defense of life. God surely holds a special place for you in heaven. And on behalf of the millions who look to you for leadership on this issue, which so clearly will define us as a people, I ask that you stay the course, do not be discouraged, and don’t go changin’ to try to please everybody. After all, we love you “just the way you are.”
 
— David Kothman
 
LDI has received encouragement from many other people as well, including the following:
 
I was so saddened to read that people make a big deal about the cost of The Boycott List. I was encouraged by your response a while ago about the one guy who wrote in. It’s funny, even if the lists were $42.00 [each], they still would be priceless to own!!! It is my contention that we have saved at least that much in a month’s time by purchasing generic products that worked as well as the brand name products that are on the list. (Sometimes you don’t ask why things are the way they are!)
 
— Chris
 
I’m sorry you got such an irate response because you charge for The Boycott List. Having been involved in the pro-life movement for almost 30 years I understand completely your position. You are of invaluable help to me, be assured of that.
 
— Mary Ann
 
LDI has received comments from the leaders of other pro-life organizations, including the president of Human Life International who wrote:
 
The Life Decisions International Boycott List is one of the finest pieces of research that the pro-life movement puts out. LDI is not run by profiteers; it is run by warriors. The costs associated with The Boycott List simply fund the work, not someone’s lifestyle. Does not Jesus Himself say “the laborer is worth his wage” (Luke 10:7)? How should this work of Christ be any different than spreading the Gospel in other forms? Not everything in the work can be offered free. Consider the enemy. When LDI tried that approach some years ago all the PP [Planned Parenthood] thugs took them up on the offer and drained LDI’s stock, nearly bankrupting the organization and destroying their good work. Even if LDI were to offer The Boycott List free on the Internet it would undermine LDI’s own ability to generate funds to keep his work going. That would serve PP’s interests very well.
 
From personal experience, I want you to know that The Boycott List has led to one of HLI’s greatest recent victories. On account of LDI’s work we were able to enter a corporate resolution against the Target Corporation and get them to completely de-fund PP, the baby-killer. On account of LDI’s generosity in printing us several thousand copies of The Boycott List, at a bare-bones rate, we were able to get that List into the hands of hundreds of our supporters who can now use it to fight PP with us. I regularly have people call me to tell me that they are boycotting corporations supporting the baby-killer on account of the endorsement we give to The Boycott List. They know they can trust it beyond the shadow of a doubt. LDI does so much with so few resources, and they should be thanked, not criticized for their efforts.
 
The very fine STOPP organization might not exist today if it were not for being absorbed into the much larger ALL. They now have resources that allow them to disseminate information to the public at much lower cost. However, an annual subscription to The Ryan Report still costs $25! LDI does not have the luxury of a multi-million dollar backup. They use the widow’s mite to accomplish the work of Christ.
 
Another respected pro-life leader, Meredith “Mick” Eugene Hunt of Life Advocates, wrote:
 
For years, off and on, I have been a subscriber to LDI’s Boycott List and have had absolutely no problem with paying a little money for it; nor have I been much disturbed by the copyright, which makes good sense to me under the circumstances. LDI’s Listsimply is the absolute best, most carefully researched, and by far the most complete list of Planned Parenthood’s corporate supporters in the country. This is not just a small piece of paper with a few names on it. LDI also has quite a success rate in corporations stopping their funding of PP.
 
It takes a little money to run a pro-life work. (How do you get by? I send my newsletter out to donors and free to any one asking for it, but then I don’t have people all over the country getting it without also offering a little support; and my letter is not the work itself, but only about it.)
 
Any individual may choose to disagree with this or any other policy. However, in the case of LDI, all policies are subject to review by the Board of Directors. LDI’s Board of Directors has unanimously endorsed the manner in which The Boycott List is disseminated.
As noted above, “persons who express a concern about finances may receive The Boycott List at a substantial discount.” If you wish to participate in the boycott but truly cannot afford the requested amount for The Boycott List, please send us an email and request a discount. We will respond with details. We do not want money to be a reason why anyone who wishes to participate is prevented from doing so.
 

As a direct result of the commitment, action and prayers of pro-family people, at least 282 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood,” said Kenneth C. Garvey, LDI’s Director of Communications. It is estimated that the boycott has cost Planned Parenthood more than $40 million since the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) began. “This should serve as a testament to those who think it impossible to change corporate behavior.

 
 
“The Pro-Life Movement will succeed only to the extent that pro-life people are willing to be inconvenienced.”
– Douglas R. Scott, Jr.,
Bad Choices: A Look Inside Planned Parenthood, p. 246
 
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Let’s Call It What It Really Is

April 4, 2013 — Kini

Please, let us call this what it is; Infanticide!

Alisa Laport Snow, the lobbyist representing the Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates, testified that her organization believes the decision to kill an infant who survives a failed (botched) abortion should be left up to the woman seeking an abortion and her abortion doctor. To watch the court video go to:  http://kinialohaguy.wordpress.com/tag/planned-parenthood/
“So, um, it is just really hard for me to even ask you this question because I’m almost in disbelief,” said Rep. Jim Boyd. “If a baby is born on a table as a result of a botched abortion, what would Planned Parenthood want to have happen to that child that is struggling for life?”
“We believe that any decision that’s made should be left up to the woman, her family, and the physician,” said Planned Parenthood lobbyist Snow.
Let’s stop with this notion that Planned Parenthood has anything to do with parenthood, and has everything to do with the murder of infants.  It is planned murder!  It is infanticide! Lets also acknowledge that Planned Parenthood targets low income people and minorities as a form of genocide.  That was Margret Sanger racist dream to eliminate what she perceived as the dregs of society.
The consequences of killing off our children will greatly impact the future our country, our society and our way of life.  The very freedoms we hold dear will fade.  Indeed, the entitlements we all depend on will vanish.
The nation’s falling fertility rate underlies many of our most difficult problems. Once a country’s fertility rate falls consistently below replacement, its age profile begins to shift. You get more old people than young people. And eventually, as the bloated cohort of old people dies off, population begins to contract. This dual problem—a population that is disproportionately old and shrinking overall—has enormous economic, political and cultural consequences.
It is ironic that the same people that are targeted by Planned Parenthood, are the same people employed by Planned Parenthood.  You are contributing in the decline in your race, your future and your existence.
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Hate Planned Parenthood? Here’s Updated Boycott List

 
By ChristianNewsWire, Thu, March 22, 2012
FRONT ROYAL, VA — Life Decisions International (LDI) has released a revised edition of The Boycott List, which identifies corporations that support Planned Parenthood, the world’s primary abortion-advocacy behemoth.
“As a direct result of the commitment, action and prayers of pro-family people, at least 282 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood,” said Kenneth C. Garvey, LDI’s Director of Communications. It is estimated that the boycott has cost Planned Parenthood more than $40 million since the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) began. “This should serve as a testament to those who think it impossible to change corporate behavior.”
New boycott targets include Advance Publications (magazines such as Bon Appetit, Details, Glamour, GQ, Self, Vanity Fair, and Vogue), Ameriprise Financial, Arthur Murray (dance studios), Bikram’s Yoga, Bob Evans (restaurants), Danone (Dannon products), Fresh Enterprises (Baja Fresh Mexican Grill, Canyons Burger Co., and La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill), NACCO (Hamilton Beach and Proctor Silex products; Kitchen Collection and Le Gourmet Chef stores), Pernod Ricard (alcoholic products including Absolute, Ballantine’s, Beefeater, Chivas Regal, Kahlúa, Malibu, and Royal Salute), TD Bank Group, UBS (financial services), and Wyndham (lodging including Baymont, Days Inn, Dream Hotels, Hawthorne, Howard Johnson, Knights Inn, Microtel, Night, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge, TRYP Hotels, Wingate, and Wyndham; eatery: Planet Hollywood).
Some of the corporations continuing as boycott targets are: Adobe, AOL, Bank of America, Bayer, Chevron, Darden Restaurants (eateries including Olive Garden, Red Lobster, etc.), eBay (PayPal, etc.), Laureate Education, Marriott Hotels, Midas, Nike, Select Comfort (Sleep Number bed), Southwest Airlines (Jet Blue, etc.), Starwood (lodging including Four Points, Sheraton, St. Regis, W, Westin, etc.), Wells Fargo, and Whole Foods.
The Boycott List includes a “Dishonorable Mention” section, which identifies nonprofits that are associated with Planned Parenthood and/or its agenda. The only addition to this section is The Lance Armstrong Foundation. Other groups in the “Dishonorable Mention” section include: AARP, American Cancer Society, Boys & Girls Clubs, Camp Fire, Dr. Phil Foundation, Girl Scouts, Girls Inc., Kiwanis Clubs, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, March of Dimes, Michael J. Fox Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Rotary Clubs, Salvation Army, Save the Children, Sierra Club, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, YMCA, and YWCA.
Garvey said that Planned Parenthood’s most recent annual report shows a decline in corporate support. He said the Corporate Funding Project is due to the tenacity of pro-life people who “understand the power of the dollar and are willing to be inconvenienced for the sake of preborn children.”
Currently “celebrating” its 20th Anniversary, Life Decisions International welcomes and thanks the latest organizations to endorse the Corporate Funding Project. Citizens for a Pro-Life Society and Students for Life of America join 34 other pro-life/pro-family organizations endorsing the boycott.
For information about the CFP, including the steps taken before a corporation is placed onThe Boycott List and the standards used to place a nonprofit group in the “Dishonorable Mention” section of The Boycott List, please click here.
Life Decisions International (LDI) is dedicated to challenging the Culture of Death, concentrating on exposing and fighting the agenda of Planned Parenthood. LDI’s chief project is a boycott of corporations that fund the abortion-committing giant. To learn more about Planned Parenthood, please click here.