SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- CREDO, the mobile carrier with a conscience, announced that it will donate more than $150,000 to Fight for the Future, Oil Change International and Planned Parenthood. Throughout November, CREDO invites its members and the public to vote on the distribution of funds at CREDO Donations. Since 1985, CREDO has donated more than $81 million to progressive organizations fighting for women's rights, economic justice, voting rights, environmental justice and more. By choosing CREDO products and services, members generate donations for these causes. Their everyday acts of commerce support CREDO Action, a social change network with 4 million activists, and CREDO Donations, the company's philanthropy program. In 2014, CREDO introduced monthly donations and voting in order to support nonprofits when action is most critical. This month, voters can take a stand for civil rights, environmental justice and women's rights. CREDO will fund three nonprofits that can make an immediate difference for these causes. "Fight for the Future, Oil Change International and Planned Parenthood lead progressive causes that will define the future of American society," said Ray Morris, CEO of CREDO. "Their successes show that we can preserve Net Neutrality, achieve a clean energy future and protect reproductive rights in the U.S. It's a privilege for CREDO to support these organizations." Fight for the Future (FFTF) and its million members are on the front lines of protecting freedom of expression in the digital age. In 2015, FFTF's Battle for the Net campaign drove more than four million comments to the FCC and helped win Net Neutrality rules that prevent cable companies from selectively blocking and slowing down websites. Nevertheless, some telecom players have tilted the playing field by exempting their own content and services from artificially low monthly data caps. With CREDO funding, FFTF will launch a campaign to stop these abuses and uphold Net Neutrality.