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The Role Businesses Play in Abortion Rights

The Planned Parenthood Corporate Engagement Team partners with U.S. companies to advance sexual and reproductive health care and rights — including abortion care, which is being banned in states across the country. 

In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to take away the constitutional right to abortion, many states have banned abortion — stripping people of the basic right to control their own bodies and determine their own futures. The business community is more critical than ever to ensure access to essential health care and rights for their workers, consumers, and communities. We’ve already seen the harm and devastation that abortion bans have on people and health care systems.

Contact Planned Parenthood’s Corporate Engagement Team

There are many ways to join our movement as a company, business leader, employee group, or individual worker.

If you have questions,  email [email protected] or fill out our contact form.

The Planned Parenthood Corporate Engagement team can discuss collaborations with Planned Parenthood to support abortion rights or use your company's resources a to expand abortion access.

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Calls-to-Action for the Business Community

Here are ways that companies, brands, c-suite executives, and employees can support abortion rights.


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