The OP asks 3 questions, 2 in the body plus the title question.
does planned parenthood harvest the organs of fetuses?
According to Deborah Nucatola, MD, Senior Director of Medical Services, Planned
Parenthood Federation of America (all quotes taken from the following transcript):
we’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we
know that, so I’m not gonna crush that part, I’m going to basically crush
below, I’m gonna crush above, and I’m gonna see if I can get it all intact.
And with the calvarium, in general, some people will actually try to change
the presentation so that it’s not vertex, because when it’s vertex
presentation, you never have enough dilation at the beginning of the case,
unless you have real, huge amount of dilation to deliver an intact
calvarium. So if you do it starting from the breech presentation, there’s
dilation that happens as the case goes on, and often, the last, you can
evacuate an intact calvarium at the end.
The second question is:
Is this only done for those who request that the organs be donated?
This question doesn't correspond to any claim in the OP, so I'm not answering it.
Does Planned Parenthood sell the organs of late-term fetuses?
Deborah Nucatola explains that the goal is not for Planned Parenthood clinics to make a profit by selling the organs. They do charge money for the organs, in the range of $30-100 per specimen.
They just want to do it in a way that is not perceived as, ‘This clinic is
selling tissue, this clinic is making money off of this.’ I know in the Planned
Parenthood world they’re very very sensitive to that. And before an affiliate
is gonna do that, they need to, obviously, they’re not—some might do it for
free—but they want to come to a number that doesn’t look like they’re
making money. They want to come to a number that looks like it is a
reasonable number for the effort that is allotted on their part....You know, I would throw a number out, I would say it’s probably
anywhere from $30 to $100, depending on the facility and
what’s involved. It just has to do with space issues, are you sending
someone there who’s going to be doing everything, is there shipping
involved, is somebody gonna have to take it out. You know, I think
everybody just wants, it’s really just about if anyone were ever to ask them,
“What do you do for this $60? How can you justify that? Or are you
basically just doing something completely egregious, that you should be
doing for free.” So it just needs to be justifiable. And, look, we have 67
affiliates. They all have different practice environments, different staff, and
so that number...
affiliates are looking to benefit in very different ways than just dollars and cents. I
mean I get, they’re not going to do it in a way that costs them money. They want
to break even, they want to be compensated reasonably for the time and space,
whatever impact it has.
She does state at one point "this is not something you should be making an exorbitant amount of money on", which makes it sound like some profit is ok.
She does also state:
...they want to break even. And if they can do a little better
than break even, and do so in a way that seems reasonable, they’re happy
to do that.
So, summarizing, she is mainly saying that the Planned Parenthood clinics don't want to appear to be profiting from selling the organs, but that some are happy to do a little better than break even on the selling of organs.