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Abortion Funding Support List
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The Official Abortion Funding Support List:
* US Government (taxes) - $336 million to Planned Parenthood Businesses:
.*AlphaGraphics * J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. - $500,000 to Planned Parenthood from 1998-2006 (and still counting) * M&T Bank Corporation * Nationwide Financial Services * New York Times Company * Nike * Northern Trust * Tenet Healthcare Corporation * United Parcel Service * Wells Fargo & Company * The Williams Companies * Tiffany & Co. *Blackjack Pizza *Neiman Marcus *Adobe software *Wachovia *Time Warner *Bank of America *Walt Disney *Johnson and Johnson *Wells Fargo *Whole Foods Market (not corporate - but many individual stores do) *Chevron (including Caltex, Xpress Lube, & Texaco) * E-Bay (including PayPal) *Carlson Companies (including Country Inns & Suites, Park Inn, Radisson Hotels, Regent Hotels, TGI Friday's restaurants) *OSI Restaurant Partners (Outback Steakhouse, etc.) *Marriott (including Courtyard Hotels, Fairfield Inn, Renaissance Hotels & Inns, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, etc.) *Sonic Drive-ins *Eli Lilly *Lost Arrow (Patagonia, etc.)
Added in 2009: *Buffalo Wild Wings (restaurants) *Estée Lauder (cosmetics/personal care products) *Computer Sciences Corporation (information technology) *United Parcel Service (shipping services) Added in 2010: *AOL *Darden Restaurants (Bahama Breeze, The Capital Grille, LongHorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Season 52) *Franchise Services (PIP, Signal Graphics, Sir Speedy) *Hilton Worldwide (Conrad Hotels, Doubletree, Embassy Suites, Hampton Inns/Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Hotels, Homewood Suites) *Ignite Restaurants (Brickhouse Tavern+Tap, Joe’s Crab Shack) *ING (financial services) *Staples (office/school supplies) *Toys “R” Us *Trader Joe’s (markets/supermarkets). *The Gap (apparel/accessories) *Freddie Mac (U.S. Government-sponsored secondary mortgages) *Enterprise *Forbes Magazine
Organizations that either give directly or find other ways to support Planned Parenthood: *Susan G. Komen (Breast Cancer Awareness, Pink Ribbons, and Race for the Cure) - Last year alone, at least $374,253 raised for Breast Cancer awareness went to Planned Parenthood. *American Cancer Society *YWCA *Girl Scouts *Camp Fire Girls *Girls, Inc. *The Dr. Phil Foundation *Kiwanis Clubs *March of Dimes *Rotary Clubs *Human Rights Watch *American Automobile Association (AAA) *Kaiser Permanente *Lion's Club *American Diabetes Association *United Way (Check your local chapter-some don't) *Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation *Fannie Mae Foundation *Freddie Mac Foundation *Ford Foundation *Easter Seals *Boys & Girls Clubs *Ronald McDonald House Charities *Muscular Dystrophy Association *Salvation Army *America Gives Back (formerly [American] Idol Gives Back) *YMCA *American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
The Official List of Companies Who Have STOPPED Abortion Funding since being boycotted: *AT&T *General Mills *American Express *Berkshire Hathaway (Dairy Queen and Pampered Chef) *Kohl’s (department stores) *Mrs. Fields (cookies) *Cisco Systems *Red Lion Hotels *Franchise Services *Rolex watch company *Kenneth Cole * Dr. Dennis Gross SkincareSee More
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Women's Enews (USA) , July 15, 2005
Foes Keep Planned Parenthood under Steady Attack..!
Author : Cynthia L. Cooper
(WOMENSENEWS)--When Planned Parenthood of Waco-Central Texas held its 16th annual "Nobody's Fool" earlier this week, John Pisciotta was there.
In a press conference he told reporters that the voluntary sex-education program open to area youth and endorsed by dozens of local businesses and churches was immoral because it teaches about contraception, sexual issues and sexually transmitted diseases instead of abstinence-only lessons.
"The theme is to expose Planned Parenthood for their agenda of 'anything goes' sexuality, which is quite well-revealed on their Teen Wire Web site," said Pisciotta, co-director of Pro-Life Waco.
Waco's Pisciotta--who last year instigated a boycott of Girl Scout cookies to force the girls' organization to drop its endorsement of the Planned Parenthood teen-education program--is part of a concerted push to derail Planned Parenthood, a federation of 122 local and state affiliates that operate over 800 clinics nationwide, providing contraception, gynecological care, and, at some locations, abortion services.
Dating to the 1980s--when it began with anti-abortion protests at women's health care clinics--the campaign against Planned Parenthood is now waged on many other fronts as well: legislative attacks on government funding, organized boycotts of sponsors, challenges to corporate supporters and vocal opposition to sex-education programs.
While dozens of groups spread and magnify opposition to the 84-year old Planned-Parenthood, two national organizations--Life Decisions International, and STOPP International--provide full-time leadership.
Boycott List of Corporate Donors..!
With an annual budget of approximately $110,000, Douglas R. Scott, Life Decisions' president, and his staff of three, research and publish "The Boycott List" of companies--usually about 50 or 60 in number--that donate to Planned Parenthood.
Approximately 10,000 copies of the $15.75 list are distributed twice a year, including to 33 anti-abortion organizations that endorse it, ranging from Human Life International to Concerned Women for America, Christian Coalition, Family Research Council, American Family Association and Traditional Values Coalition.
"We're educating people about what companies give to Planned Parenthood so that people who are on our side may choose not to support those companies," said Scott in an interview.
According to a March press release, current boycott targets include Adobe Systems, Bank of America, Johnson and Johnson, Kenneth Cole, Levi Strauss, Nationwide Insurance, Prudential, Unilever, Wachovia, Whole Foods and Walt Disney.
Walt Disney is listed because its theme park gave a donation to Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando to prevent teen pregnancy, according to a Life Decisions newsletter.
Life Decisions--which Scott describes as being based in northern Virginia--also introduces resolutions at annual meetings of corporate shareholders designed to end corporate donations to Planned Parenthood. Thomas Strohbar, Life Decisions board chair and the head of Pro Vita Advisors, an anti-choice investment firm in Dayton, Ohio, spearheads this effort, which he claims is going well.
"Quite a few are no longer giving," said Strohbar, citing an American Express decision to stop giving donations to Planned Parenthood, which he said followed closely on the heels of his shareowner proposal in 1999. In a January 2004 press release, Life Decisions claimed similar victories at A.T. and T., General Mills and Target.
The release made special mention of the 2003 decision by Berkshire Hathaway, the investment firm in Omaha made famous by founder Warren Buffet, to end corporate donations to the Buffet Foundation, a generous funder to pro-choice organizations.
Scott claims that 116 companies have withdrawn Planned Parenthood support, pulling $35 million in funds away from the organization.
Privately Scott said it's more about rallying anti-abortion forces than the money. "Planned Parenthood has nearly $300 million dollars in savings in reserve, so they're not lacking in money; they just don't like a public black eye," said Scott.
Bucking the Boycott
Some companies, instead of bowing to Life Decisions, buck the pressure. The March-April issue of Life Decisions' bimonthly newsletter, "The Caleb Report," contains the text of a phone message attributed to a Richmond, Va., businessman who apparently didn't appreciate being warned that his company's name will go on the boycott list. "I will not be threatened by scumbags like you. I will not stop supporting Planned Parenthood," the message said.
Karen Pearl, interim president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America in New York, confirms that some companies are resisting the Life Decisions pressure. "One corporation heard about another corporation turning us down and was so outraged that they, in turn, donated what we had asked the other corporation for," Pearl said.
Nationally, Pearl says, Planned Parenthood retains a high level of public support. She said that a phone survey conducted in February 2004 by Lake, Snell, Perry and Associates of 800 homes found a favorability response of 70 percent by women and 61 percent by men. "That's higher than Congress, higher than the president," said Pearl.
STOPP, the other thorn in Planned Parenthood's side, is a division of the anti-abortion, anti-contraception American Life League in Stafford, Va., which has a $7 million annual budget. STOPP--short for Stop Planned Parenthood--organizes actions to "defeat" Planned Parenthood, which it describes as "the very head of the Culture of Death in the U.S."
David Bereit, STOPP's new national director, plans to train local community members to oppose Planned Parenthood, as he did in Bryan-College Station, Texas, where, he says, he coordinated 60 churches and 3,000 people to remove Planned Parenthood's education program from schools and reduce abortions at a local clinic by more than 15 percent.
"We laid down a challenge to Planned Parenthood. 'If you cease doing surgical abortions, if you get out of our schools, and if you cease taking tax money, we will stop opposing you,'" he said. "Now, Planned Parenthood isn't going to do that, is it?" he said.
The group publishes a chart of Planned Parenthood clinics where abortions are performed, as well as "The Ryan Report," a monthly newsletter detailing Planned Parenthood activities and local opposition.
Looking for Financial Weakness
Bereirt researches IRS documents of local Planned Parenthood affiliates, hoping to identify those that are weak financially. "If t here are active efforts in those towns, those are places where we could have an impact," he said.
STOPP also pushes state legislation to stop any governmental funds from reaching Planned Parenthood affiliates. Nationally, approximately one-third of Planned Parenthood's services are supported by government funding, usually for contraception or health care services for low-income women (abortion is not covered).
"We're trying to get states to deny funds to organizations that refer for or provide abortions, or, other approaches, such as in Ohio, by passing a law that first funds state agencies (for family planning services) and, as a result, eats up all the funds," said Bereit.
In some cases, they've succeeded. Pearl says it all depends on where they try it. "Our history is one of fighting the opposition," she says. "They keep changing their tactics, but we must remain resolute in what we do."
Cynthia L. Cooper is an independent journalist in New York who writes frequently about reproductive health and justice.
For more information:
Planned Parenthood Federation of America - http://www.plannedparenthood.org/pp2/portal/
Life Decisions International: - http://www.fightpp.org
STOPP International: - http://www.all.org/stopp
ABORTION IS MURDER AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD IS ANOTHER ABOMINATION..! SO IS GAY MARRIAGE...AND WOMEN'S LIB..!
2001 Revised list of Corporations funding abortion
Note 1: Following the names of the companies are numbers which are the sources where the information was obtained. Note the date of these sources. We believe that as in the case of the Jewish holocaust there should be no statute of limitation. The outside world understands the Jewish holocaust, therefore it should be made to understand that the Abortion holocaust has already killed 5 times more human beings and IS STILL GOING ON !!.All the more reasons to be firm in our tactics.
Note 2.: You may click directly and visit the page of some corporations which have a homepage. By the way, one message you may wish to convey these corporations is that you ask from them to have prominent pro-lifers on their board of directors.
NOTE: THE LIST BELOW REPRESENTS THE MOST UPDATED INFORMATION. IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES TO THE 2001 GUIDE BEFORE THE PUBLICATION OF THE 2002, THERE WILL BE MADE HERE FIRST. SO DO NOT HESITATE TO COME BACK TO THIS LIST OFTEN.
ALCOA: PP 1,4,6,15,17 call here:Alcoa
AMERICAN EXPRESS: PP 1 call here:American Express
AMERITECH:(now SBS Communications) PP12 call here:Ameritech
AMP INC:(acquired by Allied Signal, now Honeywell International) PP 2 call here:AMP
APPLIED POWER: PP 29
ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND: 13('93) NOW 18, 24 call here:ADM
AMSTED INDUSTRIES: PP33 call here:
ARMSTRONG: PP12, PP22,PP31 call here:ARMSTRONG
AT&T: NOW 1,4,6,11,15,24 call here:"ATT
BANK OF AMERICA (PURCHASED BY NATIONSBANK)
BANK OF BOSTON: PP 2 (SEE FLEET BOSTON FINANCIAL)
BANC ONE CORP (Parent of Valley National Bk of AZ) call here Bancone
BARDES CORP: PP33
BELK STORES: PP22,27 call here:Belk Stores
BLEMONT METALS, PP29
BEMIS CO.: PP22, 26,27
BERKSHIRE-HATTAWAY (BUFFETT: pp26,PP28,PP31)
BEN & JERRY'S: PP16 call here:Ben & Jerry
BERSTEING, SANFORD C. & CO, PP33
BOATSMEN'S BANCSHARES: PP 4 (see NATIONSBANK)
BOEING-McDONNELL, PP32 call here:
BRUNSWICK CORP: PP 5
CALVIN KLEIN: NOW 27 call here:
CAPITAL CITIES/ABC: NOW 4,6,10,11,15,18,24,26,28,31( see Disney)
CARGILL INC: PP 3,4,5,6,15,19,22,27,28,31 call here:Cargill
CARTER WALLACE PP 22,PP33
CHARTER MANUFACTURING, PP22,27
CHASE MANHATTAN CORP: PP 3,PP31 call here:Chase Manhattan
CHEMICAL BANK NY(SEE CHASE MANHATTAN): PP 3
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES INC. (SEE AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO, see HOLLINGER): PP3 call here:AMERICAN PUBLISHING
CIGNA : 13('91) call here:Cigna
LIZ CLAIRBORNE (NARAL)- 7 NOW27,NOW28,
COLUMBIA/HCA (SEE HCA)
CONSOLIDATED PAPERS: PP 5,15,19,22,27,32 call here:Consolidated Papers
CORNING INC. PP15.17,19,20,22,26,30 call here:Corning
COWLES MEDIA:(see McClathy Co.) PP 4,6,9,15,17,22,27,28 call here:
CRAY RESEARCH (SUB OF CRAY INC.) PP27 call here:
CS FIRST BOSTON (PARENT OF FIRST BOSTO N) pp 1 call here:CS First Boston
CUMMINS ENGINE: PP 1 call here:Cummins
DAIN BOSWORTH PP22
DAYTON HUDSON CO (now TARGET CO): NOW1, PP4,6,9,15,17,26 call here:Target
DIAGEO PLC (EX-GRAND METROPLOLITAN) call here:Diageo
DISNEY (SEE CAPITAL CITITIES/ABC call here:Disney
DISPATCH PRINTING CO (WOLFE ASSOCIATES) PP32 call here:
DUKE ENERGY: 13('92),PP31 call here:Duke Energy
EDWARDS INDUSTRIES PP29 call here:
ENRON CORP: PP 3 call here:Enron
FANNIE MAE: PP9 call here:Fannie Mae
FIRST BOSTON: PP12 (SEE CS FIRST BOSTON)
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK OF AZ:PP2,5 (SEE FIRST INTERSTATE BANCORP)
FIRST INTERSTATE BANCORP call here:Wells Fargo
FLEET BOSTON FINANCIAL GROUP- 7 PP12 call here:
FORBES INC: NOW 7, PP19
FREDDIE MAC - PP15,19,23,26 call here:Freddie Mac
GANNETT - PP17,26,28 call here:Gannett
GATX CORP: PP 3 call here:GATX
GENERAL FOODS(SEE PHILIP MORRIS): NOW 1
GLICKENHAUS CORP, PP22,PP33
GLOBE CORP. PP22,PP33
GRAND METROPOLITAN (Parent of Pillsbury, see Diageo PLC)
GYNOPHARMA (PRIVATE CORPORATION)
HARLEY-DAVIDSON PP33 call here:
HCA (SEE COLUMBIA/HCA) PP3,9,10,20, 28
HEWLETT-PACKARD - PACKARDPP26NOW,28,31HEWLETT26PP,28PP,31PP call here:Hewlett-Packard
HOLLINGER INTL (Parent of Chicago Sun Times) call here:Hollinger
HONEYWELL CORP: PP 3 call here:Honeywell
HOSPITAL CORP OF AMERICA(SEE COLUMBIA/HCA): PP 3
HUBBARD MILLING CO PP29 call here:
HUMANA: PP 4,5,6,12 call here:Humana
INTELLIGENT ELECTRONICS, PP22
INTERNATIONAL FLAVORS AND FRANGRANCES, PP22
JOHNSON & JOHNSON call here Johnson & Johnson
JOHNSON CONTROLS INC.: PP 2 call here:Johnson Controls
JOURNAL-GAZETTE: PP22,27call here:
PETER KIEWIT SONS INC.: PP 2,5,6,10,15,26,31 call here:Kiewit
KRAFT INC (SEE PHILIP MORRIS)
LEIGH FIBERS PP27 call here:
LENNOX INTERNATIONAL. PP22,27,33
LEVI STRAUSS: PP 4,6,9,11,12,15,26 call here:Levi Strauss
LILLY, ELI, CO PP23,26,28,31 call here:
LINCOLN FINANCIAL (SEE LINCOLN NATIONAL) PP31 call here:
LINCOLN NATIONAL PP30 call here:
LOEWS: 10,12,22,26 PP
LOST ARROW (SEE PATAGONIA)
LUBRIZOL CORP: PP 3 call here:Lubrizol
LUKENS, PP22 call here:
McCLATCHY CO (PARENT OF COWLES MEDIA) call here:
MANUFACTURER HANOVER CORP (SEE CHEMICAL BANKING): PP 3 call here:Chase
MARSHALL & ILSLEY - 7 call here:Marshall
MAY DEPARTMENT STORES, Now 24,26
MEDTRONIC, PP 23,26,28,31
MELLON BANK: PP 5 call here:Mellon Bank
MENTOR GRAPHICS PP27 call here:
MERIDIAN BANK:NOW 10, PP20 call here:
MERRIL-LYNCH: PP13('92) call here:Merril Lynch
METROPOLITAN LIFE: PP 1 call here:Metlife
MICROSOFT (BILL AND MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION PP31) call here:MICROSOFT
MID-AMERICAN ENERGY PP27,33 call here:
MILLIKEN CO: PP 5 call here:Milliken
MORGAN GUARANTY TRUST CO OF NY(SEE J.P. MORGAN): PP 1,3,4,6,9,10,12,15.17,19,20,22,26,27,28 call here:J. P. Morgan
MOUNTAIN BELL(SEE US WEST): PP 1,3 call here:US West
MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO (SEE US WEST): PP 3 call here:US West
NCR CORP(SEE AT&T): PP 2,5,15 call here:"ATT
NATIONSBANK PP25 (ALSO SEE BANK OF AMERICA) call here:
NATIONWIDE INSURANCE: PP 3,6,7,12,17,22,26,28,31 call here:Nationwide
NEBCO pp 22
NEW YORK TIMES CO: PP or NOW 1,3,4,5,6,9,15 PP 17,19 call here:New York Times
NORTHERN TRUST CORP: PP 2,32,33 call here:Northern Trust
NORWEST - 7 (ALSO SEE WELLS-FARGO) call here:Norwest
THE OHIO CO. - 7
OKLAHOMA GAS & ELECTRIC PP22,27
OLD NATIONAL BANK IN EVANSVILLE (see Old National Bancorp), PP22
OLD NATIONAL BANCORP PP22
OMAHA WORLD HERALD: PP 5
PPG INDUSTRIES: PP 1,3 call here:PPG
PACIFIC MUTUAL: PP 3 (FORMERLY PACIFIC FINANCIAL)
PADNOS Louis Iron and Metal Co PP25
PARAMOUNT: 13('89) (SEE VIACOM) call here:Paramount
PATAGONIA: PP16,22 (BECAME LOST ARROW) call here:PATAGONIA
PEPSICO: 13('92) call here:Pepsico
PHARMACIA & UPJOHN (BECAME PHARMACIA) PP PP28,31,32 call here:Pharmacia & Upjohn
PHELPS DODGE CORP: PP 2,5 call here:
PHILIP MORRIS: NOW1 see Kraft and General Foods
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES: PP 5
PIEPER POWER ELECTRIC CO PP33 call here:
PILLSBURY CORP(SEE GRAND METROPOLITAN): PP 1,3,17,19,22
PITTWAY CORP: PP 3,5,20,22,2733 call here:Pittway
PREMIER DENTAL PRODUCTS, PP22
PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP: PP 4,7,15,19,22,26,27,28,31 call here:Principal Financial
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL BULLETIN PP33 call here:
PRUDENTIAL: PP & NOW 1, NOW 4, PP5,6,7,9,15,17,26,31 call here:PRUDENTIAL
QUAKER OATS: PP 2 call here:Quaker Oats
REGIONAL BANK PP33 call here:
RALSTON PURINA; PP 4,7 call here:Ralston
REEBOK: NOW15 call here:Reebok
REILLY INDUSTRIES, PP22
REILY, WILLIAM B. & CO., PP22,27,33
SOLOMON, INC. PP22,27
STANDARD SHARES INC (SEE PITTWAY): PP 2
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO: PP 3 call here:State Farm
STEELCASE INC: PP 1,3,4,5,6,7,9,15,17,20,25,30 call here:Steelcase
STONE CONTAINER, PP22 (BECAME SMURFIT-STONE CONTAINER CORP) Call here:
SUBARU OF AMERICA: PP1 call here:Subaru
SUNDSTRAND CORP: PP 2 call here:Sundstrand
STUPP BROTHERS BRIDGE & IRON CO. PP22
SYNTEX CORP PP3 call here:
TARGET (FORMALLY DAYTON HUDSON) PP31,32 call here:TARGET
TEMPLE ISLAND PP12 call here:
TENSION ENVELOP PP33 call here:
TEXTRON: PP 4,7,12 call here:Textron
THE SAINT PAUL COMPANIES (PARENT OF USF&G) call here:
TIME WARNER (TURNER FOUNDATION PP28,31) call here:
TIMES-MIRROR: PP 4,6,9 call here:Times Mirror
TOMKINS CO. - 7, PP12,19 Call here:Tomkins
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (PARENT OF SUNDSTRAND) call here:
USF&G CO (THE ST PAUL COS): PP 2,3 call here:USF&G
USWEST call here:US West
VALLEY NATIONAL CORP (SEE BANC ONE CORP) PP2,5
VF CORPORATION: PP8 call here:VF Corp
VIACOM (PARENT OF PARAMOUNT) call here:Viacom
WACHOVIA - PP19 call here:Wachovia
WAL-MART (WALTON FAMILY FOUNDATION PP26,31) call here:
WELLS-FARGO call here:
WESTCO PP33 call here:
WILLIAMS COS.: PP 4,5,9,12,17 call here:
YELLOW CORPORATION (FORMERLY YELLOW FREIGHT: PP5 call here:Yellow Freight
1 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX, 17TH EDITION 1988
2 - CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS PROFILES, FIFTH EDITION; FOUNDATION CENTER, 1988
3 - "CORPORATE 500" DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY '87- '88; PUBLIC MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE.
4 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX, 1992
5 - "CORPORATE 500" DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY '90
6 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX, 1993
7 - CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS PROFILES, 1992
8 - DIRECT INFORMATION
9 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX 94 PP
10 -CORPORATE 500 DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY 93-94
11 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX94 NOW
12 - CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS PROFILES 1994 PP.
13 - IRS 990 FORMS.
14 - CORPORATE DONATIONS DOCUMENTS.
15 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX95
16 - DIRECT INFORMATION
17 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX 1996 PP
18 - FOUNDATION GRANT INDEX 1996 NOW
19 - CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS PROFILES 1996
20 - CORPORATION 500 - DIRECTORATE OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY
21 - SPECIAL TREATMENT (SEE COMMENTARIES)
22 - CORPORATE GIVING DIRECTORY 1998.
23 - CHRONICLE OF PHILANTHROPY 1997
24 - THE FOUNDATION CENTER 1997.
25 - NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE GIVING - FOUNDATION CENTER 1997.
26 - GRANTS INDEX 1998.
27 - CORPORATE GIVING DIRECTORY 1999.
28 - GRANTS INDEX 1999.
29 - NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE GIVING 1999
30 - CORPORATE FOUNDATION PROFILES 1998.
31 - FOUNDATION GRANTS INDEX 2001
32 - CORPORATE FOUNDATIONS PROFILES 2000
33 - CORPORATE GIVING DIRECTORY 2001..
Corporations manufacturing abortifacient contraceptives
ALZA call here:Alza
BERLEX (DIVISION OF SCHERING AG) call here:Berlex
LEDERLE (DIVISION OF AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS) call here:American Home Products
LEXIS (DIVISION OF SCHERING- CANADA) call here:Schering
MEAD-JOHNSON (DIVISION OF BRISTOL-MYERS-SQUIBB) call here:Mead Johnson
ORTHO PHARMACEUTICALS (DIVISION OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON) call here:Johnson & Johnson
PARKE-DAVIS AND WARNER-CHILCOTT (DIVISIONS OF WARNER-LAMBERT) call here:Warner-Lambert
HOECHT-ROUSSEL (DIVISION OF HOECHT-CELANESE, OWNS RU486 WHICH IS CO-OWNED BY RHONE- POULENC-RORER) call here:Hoecht
SANDOZ call here:
SANOFI-WINTHROP (DIVISION OF STERLING DRUG)
G.D. SEARLE (DIVISION OF MONSANTO CHEMICAL CORP) call here:Monsanto
WYETH-AYERST (DIVISION OF AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS)
CORPORATIONS WHICH USE PRODUCTS OF ABORTION
SMITHKLINE BEECHAM call here:SmithKline Source: Pharmacists for Life International.
THE EVIL EARTH CARTER..of THE U.N./AKA...THE MILLENIUM DECLARATION..! ALL NEW WORLD ORDER AND ENDORSED, BY THE UNITATIAN (GLOBAL) UNIVERSALISTS/commies..!
TO ALL THE MURDERED UNBORN..GOD BLESS YOU..!
GOD BLESS AND IN GOD WE TRUST..!