A self-described "christian organization", it distributed the iPhone application that claimed to "cure" people of being gay or lesbian. Exodus International's president at the time was Alan Chambers. It contradicted itself claiming the app did not attempt to cure gays, but it's message recorded elsewhere has been "freedom from homosexuality".
Gay App FAIL
After a petition signed by over 150,000 people on change.org, Apple removed the application from its online store on March 22, 2011. This happened despite positive write-ups by magazines claiming focus on business, such as [[Forbes] that published an article by Victoria Pynchon repeating Exodus talking points almost word-for-word.
Accessed April 2012: 
- Clark Whitten & Martha Whitten - Chairman
- Alan Chambers - President of Exodus International
- Dennis Jernigan - Vice Chairman
- Don Schmierer & Diana Schmierer - Treasurer
- John Warren
- Mike Goeke
- Patrick Payton
- Kathy Koch
As an organization that technically qualifies as faith-based, donations to it are tax deductible. It's start-up funding and largest donations came from:
Resources and articles
- Exodus International Board, organizational web page, accessed April 23, 2012.