Meet The 38 Companies That Donate To Planned Parenthood

Meet The 38 Companies That Donate To Planned Parenthood

In the aftermath of two videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted baby body parts, Republicans in Congress are working to ensure that Planned Parenthood is stripped of its federal funding.

Planned Parenthood President Feldt

It is not only our tax dollars that fund Planned Parenthood, according to 2nd Vote, a website and app that tracks the flow of money from consumers to political causes, more than 25 percent of Planned Parenthood’s $1.3-billion annual revenue comes from private donations, which includes corporate contributions.

In the aftermath of two videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted baby body parts, Republicans in Congress are working to ensure that Planned Parenthood is stripped of its federal funding.

However, it’s not only our tax dollars that fund Planned Parenthood’s, according to 2nd Vote, a website and app that tracks the flow of money from consumers to political causes, more than 25 percent of Planned Parenthood’s $1.3-billion annual revenue comes from private donations, which includes corporate contributions.

The Daily Signal reported that 2nd Vote researched the corporations and organizations to find which supported Planned Parenthood and found that more than three dozen donated to the group. Some companies donated directly, while others matched employee gifts.

Here are the 38 companies that have directly funded Planned Parenthood.

  1.     Adobe
  2.     American Cancer Society
  3.     American Express
  4.     AT&T
  5.     Avon
  6.     Bank of America
  7.     Bath & Body Works
  8.     Ben & Jerry’s
  9.     Clorox
  10.     Converse
  11.     Deutsche Bank
  12.     Dockers
  13.     Energizer
  14.     Expedia
  15.     ExxonMobil
  16.     Fannie Mae
  17.     Groupon
  18.     Intuit
  19.     Johnson & Johnson
  20.     La Senza
  21.     Levi Strauss
  22.     Liberty Mutual
  23.     Macy’s
  24.     March of Dimes
  25.     Microsoft
  26.     Morgan Stanley
  27.     Nike
  28.     Oracle
  29.     PepsiCo
  30.     Pfizer
  31.     Progressive
  32.     Starbucks
  33.     Susan G. Komen
  34.     Tostitos
  35.     Unilever
  36.     United Way
  37.     Verizon
  38.     Wells Fargo

Read the entire story at The Daily Signal

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