Updated: May 1
Since Roe v. Wade was overturned last June, numerous companies around the country have declared their support for abortion through funding initiatives and public advocacy. As a result, those of us who are pro-life continue to face the challenge of finding companies that support and align with our values.
To assist in this challenge, I have compiled a list of four companies to support and buy from that are explicitly pro-life. You know your money will be in good hands when shopping at these stores.
Elevate Beauty is a makeup brand founded by beauty influencer Amanda Ensing. After being dropped from Sephora for expressing her Christian and conservative beliefs, Ensing’s story went viral as she continued to champion her faith and values.
“I am always going to be unapologetically pro-life standing up for babies and the right of babies to live,” Ensing said in an Instagram video in light of Roe v. Wade being overturned. “Children are gifts from God, stand up for life.”
This coffee company strives to “protect every beating heart,” by donating 10% of every sale to pregnancy care centers nationwide, according to its website. “At seven weeks of development a baby is the size of a coffee bean—and for the first time, a heartbeat is clearly detectable,” the website reads.
Seven Weeks Coffee has donated more than 50% of its profit in some months and raised over $90,000 in a little over a year for pregnancy centers around the country, their website states. “I am a Christian. I am a conservative. And Seven Weeks Coffee unapologetically supports pregnancy care centers across the nation,” founder Anton Krecic stated.
At the age of 18, Jacob McQuade founded the athletic apparel company after realizing the lack of athletic brands that stand for Christian and Conservative values, as stated on its website. Yakkem aims to “stand for morals in a moral-less world," according to Instagram.
Yakkem has collaborated with pro-life organizations like Live Action and Public Square, as highlighted on Instagram. "We're a Conservative Active-Wear Brand! Pro-God, Pro-Family, and Pro-Life!" Yakkem commented on an Instagram post.
After being tired of going on “tampon runs” every month, rounder Macy Maxson created a subscription-based company that sells “100% organic cotton tampons” and “does not fund Planned Parenthood,” according to a Breitbart interview.
Maxson shared in the interview that many tampon companies either donate to organizations that fund Planned Parenthood and pro-abortion practices or make public stances on abortion being healthcare.
“When I saw that happening I’m like ‘No we’re not going to do that, Garnuu is not going to do that,’” Maxson said. “In addition to funding human trafficking, we are not going to fund abortions either.”