Aug 1, 2015

These 77 Major Companies Still Support Planned Parenthood

By on Saturday, August 01, 2015

 We’ve reported here a few times about major U.S. companies that support Planned Parenthood in some fashion.
We’ve also reported about a few major companies that have now pulled their support for Planned Parenthood in the light of the disturbing videos revealing Planned Parenthood’s aborted baby organ trafficking.
Now, another organization has come out with a list of companies that actively support Planned Parenthood with their dollars.  eVALUEator has the list and details about how it was produced:
The recent avalanche of videos and reports that continue to expose Planned Parenthood’s practices has been a wake up call for faithful men and woman to stand up for the unborn.
There is a public outcry that what is happening behind the doors of Planned Parenthood is an injustice, and the voice is getting louder.
Early last week, The Daily Signal used data pulled from 2ndVote to compile a list of 38 companies that donate to Planned Parenthood. This was an effort to defund Planned Parenthood or at least bring to light the substantial number of companies that have financial involvement.
Planned Parenthood continues to generate nearly 50% of its revenue from government funding ($540 million) and more than 25% from corporate sponsorship—many of these companies are packaged in retirement plans (401k plans and IRAs) and listed on the S&P 500
and Fortune 500.
eVALUEator is now offering this list of 77 companies that have given corporate donations or sponsored events for Planned Parenthood within the past five years.
A few things to note about this list: None of the companies are listed due to matching charitable contributions—they all represent intentional corporate donations or sponsoring events within the past five years.
Additionally, this list comes from eVALUEator’s proprietary database, which has been developed over the past twenty years to get a clear picture of how companies employ their corporate assets.

And, just who are these companies?  Here is eVALUEator‘s list:
 Adobe Systems Incorporated
Alere Inc.
Anheuser‐Busch InBev SA
Ansell Limited
AOL Inc.
Applied Materials, Inc.
Bank of America Corp.
Bank of New York Mellon Corp., The
Bayer AG
BJ’s Restaurants, Inc.
Blackstone Group L.P., The
Brinker International, Inc.
Carlson Companies, Inc.
Charles Schwab Corporation, The
Chevron Corporation
CIGNA Corporation
*Coca‐Cola Company, The
Community Bank System, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Cox Enterprises Inc.
Daimler AG
Eastern Bank Corp.
eBay Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company
Emerson Electric Co.
Equifax, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Estée Lauder Companies Inc., The
Freddie Mac
Fannie Mae
Gap Inc., The
General Electric Company
GlaxoSmithKline Plc
Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., The
Hess Corporation
Hillshire Brands Company
Home Depot, Inc., The
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
L Brands, Inc.
Laboratory Corp. of America Holdings
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
M&T Bank Corporation
Macy’s, Inc.
ManpowerGroup Inc.
Marriott International, Inc.
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
McKesson Corporation
Meredith Corporation
Nationwide Financial Services, Inc.
New York Times Company, The
Nike, Inc.
Northern Trust Corporation
Office Depot, Inc.
Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Procter & Gamble Company, The
Quest Diagnostics Inc.
Royal Bank of Canada
Southern Company
Southwest Airlines Co.
Staples, Inc.
Starbucks Corp.
Steelcase Inc.
T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.
Tenet Healthcare Corporation
Tiffany & Co.
Time Warner Inc.
Toronto‐Dominion Bank, The
Tripadvisor Inc.
Unilever PLC
United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS)
Verizon Communications Inc.
Walt Disney Company, The
Wells Fargo & Co.
Whole Foods Market, Inc.
(*Note: at the time this list was prepared, Coca-Cola was still a Planned Parenthood sponsor.  They have since claimed to have withdrawn all support.)
This is a pretty shocking list.  Many of the companies on this list would not be suspected of supporting the nation’s largest abortion provider and dead baby organ trafficker.
Maybe these companies need to hear from consumers about where they are spending their profits.  It seems to me they could all find better causes than aiding and abetting horrid criminal behavior that is motivated by pure greed.


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