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07-23-2015, 01:46 AM
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List of Businesses/Charities that fund Planned Parenthood
With the recent release of videos confirming that Planned Parenthood performs late term abortions (and possibly partial birth abortions) in order to harvest organs for profit, you may be considering whether or not you would want to support such an organization. Here is a list of orgs you may not be aware support or work with Planned Parenthood. My favorite is "Save the Children". How ironic.

It should be noted that some of these groups may not support PP financially, but haven taken a pro-PP stance publicly. I have highlighted some that are particularly surprising or interesting.

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ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Alzheimer’s Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

America Gives Back: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group

American Association for Cancer Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

American Association for Dental Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

American Association of Retired Persons: advocates for embryonic stem cell research; has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

American Automobile Association: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

American Burn Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

American Cancer Society: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

American Diabetes Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

American Thoracic Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

American Thyroid Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Amnesty International: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

APBD (Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease) Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

ASPIRA Association: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Audubon Society: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Axion Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Boys & Girls Clubs: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Camp Fire: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Children’s Aid Society: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Children’s Defense Fund: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Church World Service: see Council of Churches

Comic Relief: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Council of Churches: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

CROP Hunger Walks: see Council of Churches

Dr. Phil Foundation: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group

Doctors Without Borders: see Médecins Sans Frontières

Eagles: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Easter Seals: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Elks: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Elton John AIDS Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Family Health International: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Girl Guides/Scouts: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Girls Inc.: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Glaucoma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Hereditary Disease Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Human Rights Watch: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Idol Gives Back: see America Gives Back

Institute of International Education: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Kiwanis: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Komen Foundation: see Susan G. Komen Foundation

Lance Armstrong Foundation: see Livestrong Foundation

League of Women Voters: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Lions: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Livestrong Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Lou Gehrig’s Disease: see ALS Association, Project ALS

Lupus Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Lymphoma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

March of Dimes: advocates for embryonic stem cell research; policy is effectively “pro-choice” toward preborn children believed to be “imperfect”

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders): distributes abortifacient birth control

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Michael J. Fox Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Muscular Dystrophy Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Myositis Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Alliance for Eye & Vision Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Childhood Cancer Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Education Association: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

National Multiple Sclerosis Society: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Osteoporosis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Parkinson’s Disease Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Psoriasis Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

National Spinal Cord Injury Association: see United Spinal Association

National Urban League: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Outward Bound: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Paralyzed Veterans: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Parkinson’s Action Network: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Pemphigus & Pemphigoid Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Prevent Cancer Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Project ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis): advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Quest for the Cure: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Race for the Cure: see Susan G. Komen Foundation

Red Cross: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Relay for Life Research Society on Alcoholism: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Research! America: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Robert Packard Center for ALS Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Ronald McDonald House: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Rotary: operates an internal anti-life (population control) division; funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group; on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Rett Syndrome Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Salvation Army: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); accepts “hard case” abortions (rape, incest, fetal deformity, etc.)

Save the Children: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Scleroderma Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Scleroderma Research Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Sierra Club: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Society for Investigative Dermatology: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Society for Pediatric Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Society for Women’s Health Research: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Soroptimist International: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Steven & Michele Kirsch Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Susan G. Komen Foundation: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); refuses to accept and inform women of the proven link between abortion and breast cancer

Tourette Syndrome Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Travis Roy Foundation: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Unite 2 Fight Paralysis: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

United Nations Children’s Fund: on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

United Spinal Association: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

United Way: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association): has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

Youth for Human Rights: funds and/or backs at least one pro-abortion group; founded and run by the Church of Scientology cult

YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association): has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates); on record as a pro-abortion and/or population control group (includes affiliates)

Wi Cell Research Institute: advocates for embryonic stem cell research

Zonta: has worked with and/or funded Planned Parenthood (includes affiliates)

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07-23-2015, 01:52 AM
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In the interest of full disclosure, these lists are usually compiled by Christian pro-life groups, which is probably evident by the tone of the list. I personally am not religious, but I do think one should have the right to know exactly where their money is going when donating to a charity.
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07-23-2015, 01:59 AM
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Maybe I'm wrong but I thought Salvation Army was affiliated with the Catholic Church.
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07-23-2015, 02:03 AM
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The list mentions that studies show abortion is linked to an increased risk of breast cancer. After a brief bit of researching, you find that there definitely are studies that suggest this is true, but as usual interpretation of the data plays a big role in the conclusion you come to. The pro-life sites say these studies are definitive proof, the Susan Komen site says they are not, while cancer.org seems undecided. Here is a piece on the recent studies by a pro-life site.


Twelve Out of Twelve Recent Studies Show Abortion Linked to Breast Cancer
International Steve Mosher Sep 22, 2014 | 10:21AM Washington, DC


My Canadian friend could not contain himself.

“These new studies out of India NUKE the Abortion-Breast-Cancer deniers,” Brent Rooney told me gleefully. “They simply NUKE them!”

Looking at the data Brent had sent me from his office in Vancouver, British Columbia, I could see why he was so excited. He had found twelve recent studies in the medical literature, all carried out on the Indian subcontinent, that looked into whether there was a link between prior abortions and breast cancer. And all twelve found that women who had had prior abortions were at an increased risk of developing breast cancer.

Let me repeat that: each and every one of these studies done on the Indian subcontinent suggested a link between abortion and breast cancer.

Here are the actual numbers Brent sent me:

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Before your eyes glaze over, focus on the third column, the “Odds Ratio.” This is the key indicator here because it represents the odds of developing breast cancer if you have had a prior abortion (compared to the odds of developing breast cancer if you haven’t). Note that all twelve studies have an Odds Ratio greater than 1.0, indicating increased risk.

But get this: the average Odds Ratio for these twelve studies is 5.54. That means that the breast cancer risk for Indian women who have had prior abortions is five and a half times that of women who have not. Another way to put it is that you have a 554% increased risk of developing breast cancer if you have had a prior induced abortion. That’s pretty scary, isn’t it?

Abortion-rights activists, who like to argue that abortion has no lasting health risks, will find it very, very difficult to explain away such numbers. It’s not surprising that in recent years, when the topic of the ABC link comes up, many offer perfunctory denials and then quickly change the subject.


Another reason why these findings are so important is that women in India and neighboring countries are simply ideal subjects for studies of the ABC link. They marry early, do not use the pill, have multiple pregnancies, and breastfeed their babies. In other words, all of the other major risk factors for breast cancer are … absent.

Many women in countries like the United States, Australia, and Great Britain, on the other hand, all engage in other behaviors—besides abortion—that can cause breast cancer. They marry late or not at all. They use oral contraceptives when young and go on Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) when older. They have only one or no full-term pregnancies. And they do not breastfeed.

When these “confounding factors”—as they are called—are present, they make it difficult to sort out just how much induced abortions raise a woman’s lifetime breast cancer risk.

But they are largely absent in India, so the ABC link comes through loud and clear.

In fact,the ABC link these Indian studies confirm is stronger than other risk factors for breast cancer that we know of, such as advanced age, having a family history of breast cancer, or being childless.

These new Indian studies have come to light not long after the publication of a huge meta-analysis of 36 (thirty-six!) studies done in Mainland China. This study also showed a statistically significant risk of breast cancer following abortion. For Chinese women who have had one or more induced abortions the increased risk was 44% (Odds Ratio 1.44). The risk jumped to 76% for women who had had two or more previous abortions.

As Dr. Joel Brind, perhaps the leading authority on the Abortion-Breast Cancer link, notes, “The study confirmed the results I and my co-authors from Penn State Medical College had reported in 1996 in the British Medical Association’s epidemiology journal.” The Brind et al study showed an increased risk of 30% (Odds Ratio 1.3).


There are reams of reliable data. There are—literally—dozens of studies showing that women who undergo induced abortions have a significantly increased risk of developing breast cancer down the road. And yet …..

The abortion movement continues to whistle past the graveyard—where the bodies of women who have died from abortion-induced breast cancer are buried. It continues to try and discredit the mounting evidence of an ABC link by claiming, “Weak associations can turn up by chance and are therefore random and meaningless.”

Well, the associations revealed in the Indian and Chinese studies were not weak at all, but statistically very robust. Women deserve to know that they are at significantly greater risk of developing breast cancer if they undergo an induced abortion.

Why doesn’t the abortion movement—which claims to have the interests of women at heart—warn them about this risk? Why do they continue to concoct flawed arguments, and publish flawed studies, in an attempt to discredit an ABC link that has now been clearly proven?

It’s fairly obvious to me that the deniers are more concerned about promoting their own dogmatic beliefs than they are about saving women’s lives. The radical feminists believe that women need to be liberated from childbearing. The radical abortion movement believes that Planned Parenthood needs to make money. And the radical environmentalists believe the planet needs to be relieved of its burden of humanity.

They are irresponsibly advancing their own deadly agendas at the expense of science and women’s lives. What’s scientific and liberating about that?
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07-23-2015, 02:09 AM
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(07-23-2015 01:59 AM)Count Iblis Wrote:  Maybe I'm wrong but I thought Salvation Army was affiliated with the Catholic Church.

A lot of Christian organizations and churches are either directly or indirectly involved with Planned Parenthood. When you throw a dollar in the Salvation Army bucket at the mall around Christmas, you're probably not aware that money may go to funding PP.

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07-23-2015, 04:24 AM
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Finding the cause of cancer and other illnesses would be way more effective than trying to find cures. They don't want to find causes. They want money for BS stem cell research. Follow the money!

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07-23-2015, 04:25 AM
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so many paramasonic organizations including YMCA, Lions etc.
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07-23-2015, 04:33 AM
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(07-23-2015 04:25 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  so many paramasonic organizations including YMCA, Lions etc.

Yup, multiple fraternal orgs on that list. A Scientology group is on there also.

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07-23-2015, 04:47 AM
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thousand points of "light"

these occultists and secular atheists seem to be diverse but they are just variations on a theme... an ancient them that is anti-GOD
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07-23-2015, 07:31 AM
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the charity scam must be exposed...

2 ways they scam

1) Get your money and then pay themselves hefty salaries

2) Get your money and then spend your money on spreading awareness. this is code for having lavish fundraisers and a jet setting lifestyle

there is a 3rd way too and that is to pipe your cash into ideologically liberal/supremacist orgs like planned parenthood.

Only donate to Catholic Charities folks.. you heard it here first at ey.com

90% deployment rate.. they help all regardless of race or religion. They give you soup and stuff u need. free medical care. go check it up on yelp.. yep catholic hospitals offering you FREE MEDICAL CARE

obama is trying to clamp down on this.

JERK.
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07-23-2015, 07:34 AM
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you see why the Church supports libertarianism?

That is because without the WELFARE STATE who do the people go to for help?

THE CHURCH. the state is trying to supplant the Church's traditional role as savior of last resort.

They don't want you going to the catholic community soup kitchens or the free catholic hospital.. they want you getting FOOD STAMPS, OBAMAPHONE OR OBAMA CARE

this treachery must end.

Catholic or Christian charity is sincere.. they want to help people.. and in turn if you are moved you can join the Church. They want you to join, even if you are poor and can't contribute.
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07-24-2015, 02:22 AM
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(07-23-2015 07:34 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  you see why the Church supports libertarianism?

That is because without the WELFARE STATE who do the people go to for help?

THE CHURCH. the state is trying to supplant the Church's traditional role as savior of last resort.

They don't want you going to the catholic community soup kitchens or the free catholic hospital.. they want you getting FOOD STAMPS, OBAMAPHONE OR OBAMA CARE

this treachery must end.

Catholic or Christian charity is sincere.. they want to help people.. and in turn if you are moved you can join the Church. They want you to join, even if you are poor and can't contribute.

The powers that be want people dependent on government. People dependent on government will be to afraid to speak out against it lest they lose their handouts.

I guess it didn't matter whether we elected Clinton or Trump.
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07-24-2015, 04:35 AM
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(07-24-2015 02:22 AM)GMB13 Wrote:  
(07-23-2015 07:34 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  you see why the Church supports libertarianism?

That is because without the WELFARE STATE who do the people go to for help?

THE CHURCH. the state is trying to supplant the Church's traditional role as savior of last resort.

They don't want you going to the catholic community soup kitchens or the free catholic hospital.. they want you getting FOOD STAMPS, OBAMAPHONE OR OBAMA CARE

this treachery must end.

Catholic or Christian charity is sincere.. they want to help people.. and in turn if you are moved you can join the Church. They want you to join, even if you are poor and can't contribute.

The powers that be want people dependent on government. People dependent on government will be to afraid to speak out against it lest they lose their handouts.
Exactly.

"Dear leader, please feed us! We'll give you all the power you need! Please help us! "

" Well, I'll need full autonomous control to do this. I'll need to FAST TRACK these policies to help feed you and I don't have time to deal with opposition and debate. "

Desperate people will do desperate things.

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07-24-2015, 04:47 AM
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Obamacare directly attacks catholic hospitals by forcing them to comply with procedures that are against their religion.

Food stamps, EBT etc. directly attacks catholic soup kitchens.

It is more dignifying to go to a Church to ask for help than it is to get EBT, Obamaphone or welfare checks.

they want to create a slave class of about 90% of the population 9% middle class as a buffer and 1% ruling class
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07-24-2015, 05:17 AM
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(07-24-2015 04:47 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Obamacare directly attacks catholic hospitals by forcing them to comply with procedures that are against their religion.

Food stamps, EBT etc. directly attacks catholic soup kitchens.

It is more dignifying to go to a Church to ask for help than it is to get EBT, Obamaphone or welfare checks.

they want to create a slave class of about 90% of the population 9% middle class as a buffer and 1% ruling class

You seem to think this has anything to do with dignity.

Black folks don't care about dignity. They want free stuff from anyone who'll give it to them. They feel as if they deserve it. It's not about slavery or reparations. They are not like whites or Browns or yellow. They are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT from any other race or culture.

They love EBT. They love welfare. They live Obama phones. They literally produce children so they get a "raise" .

I don't know everything but black culture is one thing I do know. I've lived and worked among them for 30+ years. I have 3 working for me presently. They are barely worth the required minimum wage I have to pay. If I could legally pay them less I would.

I agree that it undermines charity organizations. It creates slaves but at least they feel like they can choose. Real slaves don't get to choose anything.

The churches in the black community support welfare and EBT. They are the ones that elect politicians in black communities. Unless you've lived amongst them it's hard to believe.

I'm only speaking in generalities of course. There are plenty of whites on welfare. There are plenty of successful blacks that have good jobs and only 2 women on the side. The unions have really helped them out because they are now slaves at a higher wage than before.

Nothing can help certain people. They won't help themselves.

Yes, the govt loves this. Do you think any other culture would be treated that way and STILL VOTE for these politicians? It would be funny if it weren't so terrible.

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