Let’s face it: a lot of us know that many big brand companies support Planned Parenthood to some extent, right? Or maybe we don’t know for sure that they support Planned Parenthood, maybe we’ve heard some rumblings but are afraid to do our research, maybe we think,
Every big company supports Planned Parenthood, we can’t get away from it, so what’s the big deal?
Here’s the big deal: it’s worse than you think: not only are these clothing brands privately supporting Planned Parenthood, they are directly on Planned Parenthood’s “Donor Page” Just to name a few: Nike and Patagonia are on their “Top Donors” list and dozens more, including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, LL. Bean, Lands’ End, Levi Strauss, Victoria Secret… the list could go on.
Now you might be thinking,
Well, you’re basically saying that we can’t buy any clothes because almost every brand supports Planned Parenthood in some way.
I’m not saying that. If we are all going to be honest, there’s going to be times when we forget a white button down shirt for an event we have to go to, so we run into Kohls to buy one. One of my kids might wet his diaper when I’m out and about, so I’ll need to run into Target to pick up a new outfit.
It’s not about being perfect; it’s about trying our best. Culture of Life 1972 is a fashion brand dedicated to promoting life. They have a variety of options: from formal wear to t-shirts, baseball hats to phone cases, and everything in between. And best of all, their mission is to promote life.
Not only do they not give to Planned Parenthood, they actually give to pro-life organizations. They assist with diaper drives, help fund groups’ field trips to Marches for Life and speak across the country about the beauty that can come when a love of life and fashion collide.
Interested in which brands support Planned Parenthood directly? So are we.
Last year, we created a list of brands that support Planned Parenthood. However, we want to create an updated list. The pro-abortion movement isn’t being transparent this year about who supports them, so we need your help.
Know a website where we can find that information? Send it over to info@COL1972.com! Thank you for all you do to support a culture of life.
This post originally appeared on COL1972 and is reprinted with permission.