Products That Give Back For Pride
As we all know by now, June is Pride Month. To mark the grand occasion, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Pride products which are also donating money and supplies to LGBTQ organizations. If you want to participate and give back during this time then these brands are a great way to do so. Plus, I think each and every one of us could use any of these items.
Bring this smooth vodka to your Pride celebration and all will be in good spirits. Five percent of all sales is donated to LGBTQ+ groups year-round! $39.99
Don’t be shy! Show your Pride off with these calf socks that were designed to be bold, grab attention, and help give back. By purchasing this pack, you’ll also be donating six specially-designed pairs of socks to an organization helping those affected by homelessness in the LGBTQ+ community. $68.40
Introducing the Essential PRIDE Apron from Hedley & Bennett with rainbow, two-toned waist straps for vibrant color. A portion of your PRIDE Apron purchase goes directly to the Los Angeles LGBT Center and its Culinary Arts program supporting the LGBTQ+ community in culinary training, meal production, and job placement for up to 100 students a year. $95
Levi’s is kicking off Pride Month 2021 with the All Pronouns All Love collection, which aims to bring awareness to the importance of respecting pronouns and inspiring inclusivity for all. All of the proceeds from this collection go to benefit OutRight Action International, a global organization dedicated to advocating for the rights of LGBTQ humans around the world.
Egyptian musk is a subtle scent often used in perfumes and colognes. It’s known to calm the mind and ease stress, creating a sense of clarity and balance that can help get us through life’s challenges. Pride Candle donates 10% of the proceeds of every candle sold to an organization or project that supports the LGBTQ+ community. $29
The popular men’s grooming company, Harry’s, has brought back their popular “Shave With Pride” set this year. The limited-edition set comes in an art-inspired box, this year designed by artist Zipeng Zhu. As with every year, Harry’s says 100% of profits from the sale of this set will go to The Trevor Project, which will help the nonprofit group serve more than 80,000 LGBTQ youth in crisis this year. $25