Now you can easily find out the political donations of thousands of brands and companies!
Just download our free IPhone app here. Enter a company or brand name. And we’ll tell you what we know about the political donations made by the organization and its senior employees.
The app has information on clothing brands, home goods, restaurants, universities, sports teams and much more!
Thousands of people are using our app already.
Download it now. Just click on the icon below!
What Users Are Saying
“Perfect for EVERYONE.”
Jordanschnee, iTunes review
“Right or left, this app provides intel…now I can better control the flow. Awesome!”
Mcmanus, iTunes review
“Love the app!”
Kim Doan, Facebook
“Excellent! Great way to make sure my money isn’t going towards the communist left!”
Aaharp1981, iTunes review
What The News Has Been Saying
“One startup out of Wisconsin hopes to make our ethical purchasing decisions a little easier
by creating an app that gives full transparency towards corporations’ political donations.”
Sam Guia, Techli
“Users can search from a database of 3,000 entities on the app and see a company’s Goods Unite Us score. . . . The scorebreakdown shows the percentage of donations to each party and contribution level, assessed by dollar cutoffs.”
Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“Though the company says it doesn’t keep track of how its shoppers vote, Patagonia donates overwhelmingly to Democrats, according to Goods Unite Us, an app that shows consumers where their favorite companies’ political allegiances lie.”
Alexandra Mondelak, YahooNews
What We Are About.
Our app is about bringing more accountability and transparency to our political process. According to Congress and our Supreme Court, corporations are people. We hope that if enough citizens use our app when deciding what to purchase, more corporations will be incentivized to get out of politics. We see this as a way to give real people a louder voice.
How We Vet The Political Donations
Our team has spent thousands of hours vetting companies’ political donations with the tools available to us, and we’ll continue refining our data to ensure our results are as accurate as possible. So far, we’ve focused on organizations’ spending in federal elections, and our next step will be to vet state expenditures. The data in our app is current as of December 2017 (but look for updates to our app, which will also update the data).