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Long list of “charities” that support Planned Parenthood February 7, 2011

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, scandals, Society.
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Just so you know, if you give money to any of these organizations below but are opposed to abortion, you may want to reconsider your donations.  Some other groups, not necessarily charities, are also listed.  From LifeDecisionsInternational via LesFemmes The Truth:

The Boycott List includes a section called Dishonorable Mention, which lists seemingly innocuous nonprofit organizations that are involved with Planned Parenthood or otherwise active in the Culture of Death. Among the groups included are Outward Bound West, American Automobile Association (AAA), Kaiser Permanente, Dr. Phil Foundation, Lions Clubs, American Cancer Society, Easter Seals, Boys & Girls Clubs, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Camp Fire, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, Kiwanis Clubs, March of Dimes, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Rotary Clubs, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, The Salvation Army, YWCA, America Gives Back (formerly [American] Idol Gives Back), YMCA, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), American Diabetes Association. Involvement ranges from donating funds to pro-abortion groups (or allowing affiliates to do so), supporting anti-life causes, allowing pro-abortion groups access to membership, adopting an official pro-abortion policy position, and so forth

We don’t give to any of those groups, but we do get annoying calls from the Lions Club and the Shriners seemingly every week.  It is truly amazing the extent to which Planned Barrenhood receives funding from numerous organizations that should know better.  American Cancer Society provides funding to Planned Barrenhood, in spite of the links between abortion, contraception, and breast cancer.  Same for Komen!  But if you try to engage a Komen supporter with this information, get ready for a vociferous reply.

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1. Mary - February 8, 2011

I’m a bit baffled – why would a group like AARP pay money to PP??? Do the members realize some of their money, which is supposed to help the retired, fund abortions? Why would they pay $$ to a group they perhaps could be getting some of the government $$ instead?

I think I know why – PP shakes down all large (and small) organizations and promises to make their lives heck if they don’t funnel some of that money into PP.
Or perhaps some are vain enough to think they are the greatest people to ever walk the earth and don’t want too many babies interrupting their lifestyle.


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