stop funding hate

We cannot let fear of being branded a ‘virtue signaller’ put us off from challenging extremism and bigotry.
Paperchase apologised for running a promotion in the Daily Mail at the weekend.
These campaigners did what they did because they knew it was right - not because they were being paid. We all have a right to speak our minds. This doesn't mean anyone is obliged to subsidise our opinions, or finance the dissemination of our views.
His latest intervention is to 'stop funding hate'.
Hundreds complained that the firm was funding 'fear and division'.
'We don’t want to be inadvertently complicit in these hate campaigns.'