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There is a PARTIAL list put out by a company called Life Decisions International - you can apparently order the full list from their website, but you can view the partial list on their website. It is apparently a very extensive list of corporate contributors to PP.
just google "ldi planned parenthood list"
(still learning the interface or else I would have included some clickable links) sorry :blush: :shrug:
Yes, LDI is the most accurate, and well researched organization that researches contributors to PP that I know of. Their website is: fightpp.org/
They are specifically focused on contributors to Planned Parenthood, since it is the one and only international mega-abortion chain. So, you will not find information on Susan Komen contributors, per se. They update their printed boycott list every year, and at certain points throughout the year they post via their webpage those who have come "on" and "off" the list before the next printing. One thing you get, in addition to the full print of the boycott list is a pocket-sized reference for anything that you might encounter while shopping (whether for a tangible item like clothes or for intangibles like a hotel stay). It is super handy. And their guidelines are pretty stringent regarding who is on the list: companies found to have contributed will get a letter from LDI, informing them of the boycott and why. They will also explain that the company will remain on the list unless/until that company writes to them and specifically says they are not going to contribute to PP anymore (or until they have ceased funding for five consecutive years). One of the main components of the corporate boycott is to have participants write nice but firm letters to the company CEOs about their disappointment that they contribute to PP. That, combined with prayers of many, have removed 257 organizations from funding PP according to their website! Hope this info. helps.
PS - I forgot to add that LDI lists the parent company, as well as its acquisitions. So for example, it will list Time Warner, but also lists all the titles of the publications owned by them (and suffice it to say, there's very few magazines and national/regional papers that can be purchased, sad to say!)