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Monday, November 9, 2015

Companies that donate to Planned Parenthood!

Planned Parenthood is one of the largest abortion clinics around. It is not only supported by our own government by over 50% ... but also by large business industries and companies, which make up another 25% of their funding. Not only are these companies not against the murder of innocent life, but they willingly and gladly give their money that babies might be slaughtered. This is something worth considering.

Starbucks donates to Planned Parenthood!

Recently, someone told me that Starbucks donates to Planned Parenthood. I wasn't surprised... but I did my homework first to find out that it really is true. They do. Which means, every time you purchase your favorite coffee are also helping fund one of the largest abortion clinics around. For those of us who love Starbucks coffee...this is rather depressing and maybe even somewhat controversial. Yes, it would seem that evil is around us no matter where or what we choose to do. And I understand the argument. But, at the same time, please consider this. How much is a cup of coffee worth to you? How much of your everyday convenience and time are you willing to give up for the murder of innocent life?

Some things are worth giving up and sacrificing a little bit of our own convenience or comfort or time for. I believe this is certainly one of them. And for anyone who may be interested to know, I've compiled a short list below of the top 38 companies that donate to Planned Parenthood also. Starbucks isn't the only culprit and the list may surprise you.

  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
So how do these companies donate anyways? Most of them, through what is called "Employee match contribution". Basically, if an employee chooses to donate to any organization (in this case, Planned Parenthood) the company will equally match the donation. It is technically through indirect donations. That being said, here is a helpful article I read on the matter: When these companies were each confronted on their donation program to Planned Parenthood after the recent news scandal of how Planned Parenthood was selling fetus parts, only SOME of them commented with defense, saying how they do not directly donate but use the "employee match contribution program". And while you cannot prove or disprove that the companies which chose to ignore the question and remain silent do DIRECTLY donate... one has to wonder why they chose not to answer and be silent about it at all. 

Spokespersons for Adobe, Bank of America, Bath & Body Works, Ben & Jerry’s, Converse, Deutsche Bank, Dockers, Energizer, Expedia, Groupon, Intuit, Johnson & Johnson, La Senza, Liberty Mutual, Microsoft, Nike, Oracle, PepsiCo, Pfizer, Starbucks, Susan G. Komen, Wells Fargo, Tostitos and Unilever did not return The Daily Signal’s request for comment.


  1. Wow! Truly disgusting and discouraging how many places support Planned Parenthood.
    I have a question...I heard that Starbucks the corporation itself didn't support Planned Parenthood but some of the individual employes that work there do. I haven't really done research on it but I had heard that, would that be true?
    Good post Nay! :)


    1. Yes, Tasha, from what I researched it could be true. I don't know if anyone can say for absolutely certain though. Starbucks donates under the "employee match program" just like the other companies on this list. Which means, if an employee decides to give their "charity" to Planned Parenthood, Starbucks as a corporation matches the employees donation. It is something I'm imagining Starbucks does more to make their employees happy than to support a specific company. However, when Starbucks was confronted about their donation program to Planned Parenthood a while back when so much of Planned Parenthood was on the news with selling fetus parts, Starbucks apparently refused to answer all together. Which is interesting. Thanks for commenting Tasha. Hope that answers your question.

    2. OK, interesting Nay. Thanks for answering and looking into it. Really puts it into perspective about Starbucks.
      Thanks for replying, love you. :) And yes that did answer my question I was wondering.