Holiday gift-giving can be difficult when you don’t want to patronize a company that supports left-wing, pro-abortion politics.
Fortunately, pro-life advocates do have options. There are national and international companies in America that support unborn babies and mothers through their businesses.
Here are seven companies that pro-lifers can patronize this holiday season:
Owner Robert Rowling is a Texas businessman well-known for donating to conservative causes. Among the recipients of his support are the countless mothers and babies who receive help from pro-life pregnancy centers every year, according to Live Action News.
The Washington state company uses the sales of its bathroom mirrors and other items to advocate for unborn babies.
In 2015, owner Jim Mischel shared his personal pro-life story in front of the state legislature. At the time, lawmakers were considering a pro-abortion bill that would force health insurance policies to cover elective abortions.
“Thirty-nine years ago, a 14-year-old girl was raped,” Mischel said. “When she discovered she was pregnant she went to a clinic to have an abortion, but then changed her mind. She courageously carried her child to term and a couple adopted the baby. That baby is my brother Aaron, and that couple is our parents.”
Founder and inventor Michael Lindell’s name recently appeared in the news for supporting a new pro-life film, “Unplanned.” Lindell donated $1 million to help finance the film, which follows the life of Planned Parenthood director-turned pro-life advocate Abby Johnson.
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The women-only exercise chain supports women’s wellness both in and outside the womb. Owners Gary and Diane Heavin donate to a number of pro-life organizations, including the National Right to Life Committee and CareNet, one of the largest pregnancy resource center organizations in the U.S., according to Live Action.
The craft store chain successfully fought against the Obamacare HHS mandate, which would have forced the Christian business owners to pay for drugs that may cause abortions in their employee health plans. The business won the case at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2014.
CEO David Green said he always has run his company based on Christian principles. He wrote in 2013: “Being Christians, we don’t pay for drugs that might cause abortions, which means that we don’t cover emergency contraception, the morning-after pill or the week-after pill. We believe doing so might end a life after the moment of conception, something that is contrary to our most important beliefs.”
The Pennsylvania Mennonite company makes kitchen cabinets and other products, but it also has taken a strong stand for life. Along with Hobby Lobby, it successfully challenged the HHS mandate and won at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Owners Norman Hahn, Elizabeth Hahn, Norman Lemar Hahn, Anthony H. Hahn, and Kevin Hahn said they want to run their company in a manner that reflects their Christian beliefs, including their belief that God requires respect for the sanctity of every human life.
Owners Dan and Farris Wilks have donated millions to support pro-life political candidates and pro-life organizations, including Heartbeat International and Care Net, which serve millions of women and babies every year through pregnancy resource centers.