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Breaking: Kroger, Albertson’s and Tom Thumb in Texas are donating to Abortion Fund for Low-Income/Minority Women

Our Friends at just released this about three Texas grocery stores..

New Research conducted by AbortionWiki has uncovered that Texas branches of popular grocery stores Kroger, Tom Thumb & Albertson’s are donors to an organization known as the “Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund”

The three Texas grocery stores donate 1% of the purchases of registered TEA Fund members to the TEA Fund.

Serving on the board of the TEA Fund is Jenni Heasman-Beaver, general manager for the Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center late-term abortion mill located in Dallas, TX.

Operating under the guise of assisting low-income women to gain access to abortion, money raised by the Fund goes directly into the coffers of abortion-mills such as Southwestern. To the tune of $151,000 in 2010.

Some of you will be saying – “I shop at one of these stores, but I’m not signed up to this donation program!

However keep in mind that it is these stores, not the individual shoppers who are directly donating to the Fund. Therefore, when you shop at one of these stores, you are patronizing a store which is a direct funder of abortions for low-income/minority women.

TEA Fund Targets Minority Women: In 2008, 47% of these mothers were African American, 19% were Hispanic. 46% of the mothers were between the ages of 12 – 22.



  1. Cecilia
    Posted March 13, 2012 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

    Help!!! I live in Texas. Please tell me where I can shop that won’t donate to abortion. Most of the grocery stores I shop at are listed here. I could go to Central Market, but they are much farther away. I guess I’ll just have to shop more at Walmart, but their produce isn’t very good. I’ll just have to travel farther to get groceries I guess. I don’t want to help kill minority babies just because I need to eat.

  2. Posted March 14, 2012 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    I want to blog about this- can you tell me where you get your $151,000 number for 2010 donations by Kroger to TEA? I’m trying to confirm.

  3. Cecilia
    Posted March 31, 2012 at 10:40 pm | Permalink

    Tonight I discovered Aldi grocery store. It is a lot like the Grocery Outlets I used to shop at in Washington state, but a little cheaper. It’s not on the list of stores that donate to the Texas Equal Access abortion fund. Thank God. Killing the babies of low income and minority people is not my idea of cause I want to support, even indirectly. I’d much rather give to a Crisis Pregnancy Center.

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