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Kroger contributes to the Urban League, a group supporting the repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger contributes to YWCA, which is a member of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV), which is an organization that opposes “Stand Your Ground” laws and opposes concealed carry, Accessed 5/15/17.
Kroger announced it would no longer sell firearms to customers under 21 years of age, Accessed 3/2/18
Kroger stood firm against pressure from liberal anti-gun group Moms Demand Action to remove guns from their stores differing to state and local laws, Accessed 4/21/17.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against environment issues.
Kroger received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 4/24/19.
Kroger is a corporate partner with The Salvation Army, an organization supporting traditional marriage, Accessed 3/12/19.
Kroger contributes to the National Urban League, a group supporting same-sex marriage, Accessed 07/23/19.
Kroger contributes to YWCA, which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 1/25/18.
Kroger contributes to Catholic Charities, a pro-life organization, Accessed 03/18/19.
Kroger contributes to United Way chapters(s) that fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger is a corporate partner of The Salvation Army, a pro-life organization, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger contributes to March of Dimes (MOD), which donates to organizations that advise and promote abortion and donates to Planned Parenthood via a MOD Chapter, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger contributes to YWCA, which is a pro-abortion organization, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger contributes to Girls, Inc., a group supporting abortion, Accessed 08/8/17.
Kroger contributes to Susan G. Komen, a group funding Planned Parenthood, Accessed 08/8/17.