Intuit – Maker of QuickBooks and TurboTax – Sponsors Planned Parenthood

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Intuit (maker of products like QuickBooks, TurboTax, ProConnect and Mint) is a financial supporter of Planned Parenthood, a top provider of abortion services in the United States. According to 2ndVote:

Intuit boasts that its social responsibility and its significant financial support to nonprofit organizations makes its employees “stewards of the future”.

In Intuit’s own words:

“We speak the truth and assume best intent. We value trust above all else. We hold ourselves and others accountable to the highest standards in all we say and do.”

However, its “highest standards” do not extend to the rights of unborn children when it matches employee gifts to abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood. Nor does it hold itself “accountable” to its shareholders, employees and customers who stand opposed to the termination of the lives of unborn children. This type of support for the abortion industry complex doesn’t engender the “trust” of Intuit’s pro-life stakeholders.

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Intuit is just one of many large corporations that hides behind facades of “strategic philanthropy” to support abortion providers. The National Center has been among the first to expose the left’s strategic new guard of mini-George Soroses such as Laura and John Arnold.

Publicly, the Laura and John Arnold Foundation has given between $12.5 million and $30 million to groups such as the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Planned Parenthood Federation of America Inc., Center for Reproductive Rights, Guttmacher Institute Inc., Planned Parenthood Texas Votes and the National Network of Abortion Funds. But the discovery of a defunct Arnold-affiliated website shows that the Arnolds have additionally funded Planned Parenthood political activities to the tune of $5-10 million between 2015 and 2017 alone.

The National Center’s Free Enterprise Project Director, Justin Danhof, personally confronted Intuit’s CEO today over the company’s pro-abortion support.

But Justin can’t fight this fight alone. If you support life, let us know and he will deliver your message directly to Intuit’s executives and board members.

This week is the March for Life, and we will be marching. Taking to the streets to fight for life is VERY important. But you also have the opportunity, through support for the Free Enterprise Project, to bring this fight for life and traditional values to leftist companies such as Intuit.

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