Which companies support Planned Parenthood


#1

I did not know that Starbucks supported Planned Parenthood. I was just wondering which other mega-companies support anti-Pro-Life organizations?

Thanks


#2

JMJ

Many charities support Planned Genocide (Planned Parenthood). So, since most companies support the United Way, Salvation Army and others like them that help support Planned Parenthood, you could say most US companies support infanticide and the muderers at Planned Parenthood.

This will be a long thread if all those companies are listed.

This is a start of the list of corporate supporters of Planned Parenthood:

Alcoa
American Express
American Home Products (ChapStick, Dristan, etc.)
Applied Power
Arriscraft
Bank One
Berkshire Hathaway (Dairy Queen, GEICO insurance, etc.)
Chase Manhattan
CIGNA
Concertmasters
Corning
Dallas Cowboys
Esprit
First Union
Forbes
Fortis
Freddie Mac
GATX
Harley-Davidson
Hewlett-Packard
Johnson & Johnson
J.P. Morgan
Kasier Permanente
Levi Strauss
Lincoln National
Loews
Lost Arrow (Patagonia, etc.) Medtronic
Microsoft
Multimedia Design Group (Canada)
Nationwide Insurance
New York Times
Newman’s Own
Northern Trust
Organon
Phelps Dodge
Pittway
The Principal
Prudential Insurance
Rich Products
Schering AG
Schering-Plough
Sony
Steelcase
Sun Microsystems
Tandy (Radio Shack, etc.)
Target
Textron
US West (acquired by Qwest)
Wachovia
Walt Disney
Warner-Lambert (acquired by Pfizer)
Whole Foods (Whole Food Markets, etc.)
Working Assets


#3

This is from their website. Hope the link works. It’s a huge number

plannedparenthood.org/pp2/portal/search/?keyword=matching%20gift%20companies


#4

There are so many! That’s very discouraging. :frowning:

:gopray2: :gopray2: :gopray2:


#5

This must be an outdated list, Target no longer supports Planned Parenthood from what I understand.

[quote=Malachi4U]JMJ

Many charities support Planned Genocide (Planned Parenthood). So, since most companies support the United Way, Salvation Army and others like them that help support Planned Parenthood, you could say most US companies support infanticide and the muderers at Planned Parenthood.

This will be a long thread if all those companies are listed.

This is a start of the list of corporate supporters of Planned Parenthood:

Alcoa
American Express
American Home Products (ChapStick, Dristan, etc.)
Applied Power
Arriscraft
Bank One
Berkshire Hathaway (Dairy Queen, GEICO insurance, etc.)
Chase Manhattan
CIGNA
Concertmasters
Corning
Dallas Cowboys
Esprit
First Union
Forbes
Fortis
Freddie Mac
GATX
Harley-Davidson
Hewlett-Packard
Johnson & Johnson
J.P. Morgan
Kasier Permanente
Levi Strauss
Lincoln National
Loews
Lost Arrow (Patagonia, etc.) Medtronic
Microsoft
Multimedia Design Group (Canada)
Nationwide Insurance
New York Times
Newman’s Own
Northern Trust
Organon
Phelps Dodge
Pittway
The Principal
Prudential Insurance
Rich Products
Schering AG
Schering-Plough
Sony
Steelcase
Sun Microsystems
Tandy (Radio Shack, etc.)
Target
Textron
US West (acquired by Qwest)
Wachovia
Walt Disney
Warner-Lambert (acquired by Pfizer)
Whole Foods (Whole Food Markets, etc.)
Working Assets
[/quote]


#6

The list I gave is just a short one and companies do change contribution habits. It is possible that Target got “SAVED” and stopped donating to Mass Murder Incorperated USA (Planned Parenthood). There are many companies I did not list too.

Lets hope this list I gave gets more wrong every day! We can only pray these companies find their way to do more of Gods work and less of Satans.


#7

Oh no! I get Starbucks ALL the time!


#8

If we drive this boycott to its logical conclusion, no practicing Catholic should be working for any of these companies. Is it a form of relativism to either work for or buy from these organizations?


#9

Slightly off topic, but in Canada, PP has gotten sneaky.

It has changes its name to “Options for Sexual Health.”

PP got a lot of bad press when it joined the United Way years ago in these parts, with Catholic Family Services withdrawing from UW as a result. Some UW canvassers even point out that PP isn’t on the list of member organizations any more. Yeah, right.

Blessings,

Gerry


closed #10

DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in these forums do not necessarily reflect those of Catholic Answers. For official apologetics resources please visit www.catholic.com.