CVS gave thousands to lawmakers in Texas who pushed the horrific abortion ban. They donated more than $70,000 to sponsors of Senate Bill over the past few years. Did you know they are headquartered in Woonsocket?
CVS has a slogan “for your own good”. It doesn’t do anyone any good and is downright dangerous to support bans on abortion. We are not going to be silent as a big company right here in our backyard is doing real harm!
CVS talks about working to “support the unique health needs of women at every age”. In May, they launched an initiative around women’s health where they talked about “celebrating women”. Well we expect them to live up to that commitment! We are not going to be silent as a big company right here in our backyard is doing real harm!
JOIN US in demanding that CVS stop giving money to politicians who take away access to healthcare and interfere with decisions around reproductive health. Until they do, they don’t get our money!
TAKE ACTION – DEMAND CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY:
1) Head to a local CVS with a handwritten sign (store locator). Take a picture and share it on social media using #ReproReceipts and #CVSNotSoGood.
Sample Post: @CVSHealth CEO @KarenSLynch: #CVSNotSoGood for funding #SB8 sponsors. Stop giving $ to politicians undermining women’s health & pushing anti-justice agendas! No more!
2) Call your local CVS. Tell them, “I live in your community. I am calling to say I won’t be spending any money at your store until CVS Health makes a public commitment to stop donating money to anti-women’s health, anti-justice politicians.”
It will only take a moment and might even be awkward because they aren’t expecting it. That’s kind of the point. Let’s shake things up! And hey, let us know how it goes!
3) Add your name to our petition demanding that CVS Health make a public statement to halt donations to anti-justice lawmakers and share it with friends, family and neighbors! MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD!
We can’t stand by and let this happen – any of it. Join us in pushing corporate partners to improve, not harm our communities.