Jane Lynch and Reichen Lehmkuhl have added their names to the global boycott of Amway Corporation.

Former GOP presidential candidate Fred Karger is leading the boycott against the Orlando Magic and Amway over a donation given by the president of the companies in support of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation's most vociferous opponent of gay marriage.

At a press conference in Las Vegas to announce the boycott, Karger said that Doug DeVos gave $500,000 to the National Organization for Marriage Education Fund through his Douglas & Maria DeVos Foundation.

Karger told MLive.com that Lynch, who plays coach Sue Sylvester on Fox's Glee, and Lehmkuhl, who appeared on cabler Logo's The A List: New York, both signed postcards chiding DeVos for his donation. Karger said he has collected 50 signatures so far.

In an interview with the Grand Rapids Press, Rich DeVos, Doug DeVos' father, said that he opposes gay marriage because marriage is not vital to gay and lesbian couples and suggested that gay men were responsible for the AIDS pandemic.

“Don't keep asking for a concession on a marriage issue which is not vital to them in life,” Rich DeVos said. “They made it a vital issue because they want to. Call it something else, call it whatever you want to, but marriage is a sacred document, OK? A sacred sacrament.”

After buttoning up his campaign for the GOP nomination for president in June, Karger returned to gay activism, renaming advocacy group Californians Against Hate to Rights Equal Rights. The Amway/Orlando Magic boycott is the group's first since relaunching. Karger promised he was just getting started.