The pharmaceutical giant Bayer has given an $80,000 grant to the nation’s largest abortion business. According to the Arkansas Family Council, the drug-maker provided the grant to the Planned Parenthood abortion center in Little Rock, the state capital.
According to Planned Parenthood, the abortion facility in Little Rock will receive $40,000 “to fund innovative projects in 2021, focused on expanding reproductive and sexual health care and education” in Arkansas.
Planned Parenthood reports that the money will fund “transformative pilot programs” in Arkansas and Indiana, and that the program in Arkansas will focus on transportation — presumably transporting women to and from Planned Parenthood’s abortion facility on Aldersgate Road.
According to the Bayer announcement, the grant also went to the Planned Parenthood abortion business in Indiana and Kentucky:
Clinics receiving Direct Relief grants include Adagio Health (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Maternal and Family Health Services (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.), Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (Indianapolis, Ind.), and Planned Parenthood Great Plains (Little Rock, Ark.). Each nonprofit clinic submitted a proposal for a program that would help increase access to family planning services for their most vulnerable patients. Funding to the clinics was awarded in November and programs will be implemented over the course of the next year.
Bayer claimed Planned Parenthood provides “high quality” services even though it kills more babies in abortions than anyone in the United States and has a long history of injuring women in botched abortions.
ACTION ALERT: To complain about the Bayer grant to Planned Parenthood, please contact Bayer here.