Companies that Donate Directly to Planned Parenthood

There are 38 companies that contribute to Planned Parenthood! Can you believe that? Contact them and voice your opinion!

Photo by: Christine Szeto

Photo by: Christine Szeto

From Political Outcast:

The Daily Signal put up a list of the 38 companies who donate to Planned Parenthood. It had been 41, since it was based upon the list that Planned Parenthood displayed on their website. Since the article was published, Ford, Coca Cola, and Xerox made haste to let us know they are no longer listed donors of Planned Parenthood.

This is important because large corporations notoriously do not want to take a moral stand if they do not have to.  We ought to contact these companies to see if they have an official statement with regard to the Center For Medical Progress videos which show Planned Parenthood Executives negotiating the sale of the remains of babies. All it takes is a letter, an email, or even a tweet asking if they have a statement on the videos in light of the fact that they actively support this organization. You needn’t threaten a boycott, not because you have ruled out a boycott, but because you never play your best card right away.

Most corporations will bend over backwards to accommodate a customer. If you’ve ever complained to a company about the poor quality of their shampoo or deodorant, you probably received a case of that shampoo or deodorant a week later. They understand margins are usually very thin, and losing even one customer matters. If you threaten a boycott, there is a good chance they will assume you are gone anyway, and not respond. But if you are a loyal customer inquiring what their stance is on Planned Parenthood in light of the videos, and enough of us do it, we’ll get an answer. We need to apply pressure and we need to apply it in the right way.


If contacting them via Twitter, here is a helpful template:

.[Corporation X], since you are a listed donor to #PlannedParenthood, what is your official stance on the @CtrMedProgress videos?

[the period before the "@" is important so they know it shows up in your followers' feeds]

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