Unilever is a company that provides consumers with nutrition, hygiene and personal care brands.
Unilever has remained neutral on 2nd Amendment issues.
Unilever is a corporate sponsor of The Nature Conservancy, a group that supports a carbon tax, cap-and-trade, and support the 2015 Paris climate deal, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever is a corporate sponsor of Ceres, a group that supports a carbon tax and cap-and-trade, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever directly funds Planned Parenthood, Accessed 10/06/16.
Unilever is a corporate partner of Population Services International, a worldwide organization that promotes and provides abortions, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever matches gifts to Susan G. Komen (NYC and MN), who funds Planned Parenthood, Accessed 10/5/16.
Unilever contributes to Girls Inc., a group supporting a woman’s right to choose, Accessed 12/8/16.
Unilever has remained neutral on education issues.
Unilever has remained neutral on immigration issues.
Unilever responded to religious liberty issues by writing letters to governors urging them not to pass any laws that would discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever is a member of Georgia Prospers, Accessed 7/11/16.
Georgia Prospers is a coalition of businesses opposing religious liberty, Accessed 7/11/16.
Unilever is a member of a business coalition supporting passage of the Equality Act, Accessed 9/01/16.
The Equality Act advocates for sweeping sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) protections at the federal level and undermines 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 9/01/16.
Unilever is a partner of Tennessee Thrives, Accessed 12/14/16.
Tennessee Thrives is a coalition advocating against state religious liberty protections and exemptions, Accessed 12/14/16.