You've probably seen in the news that the Susan G. Komen Foundation is going through a P.R. nightmare right now. Citing a new internal rule that they won't partner with any organization that is under investigation, they have withdrawn support from Planned Parenthood - the only organization that seems to be affected by this new internal rule.
Planned Parenthood is one of the few places that low-income women can get health care in some areas. It's no longer 'just' a place where a woman goes to get an abortion. Their services include contraception, general health care, men's and
women's sexual health care (including cancer screenings for prostate, testicular, and colon cancer, as well as cervical and breast cancer screenings) and tests for STDs. The money they received from SGK went exclusively to cancer detection.
SGK claims that there is nothing political about this decision, but shortly before enacting this new rule, Congressman Cliff Stearns put Planned Parenthood under investigation because Americans United for Life suspected
that federal money Planned Parenthood was getting was going to abortions. Also significant is that SGK recently hired one Karen Handel as their vice-president of public policy, who had advocated defunding Planned Parenthood during her run for governor of Georgia in 2010.
And now, they've partnered with a gun manufacturer to sell a twee pink-adorned Walther P-22 (picture at link above). Because guns are apparently much better for women's health than Planned Parenthood.