All profits from the sale of these statement-making earrings go to Space For Giants, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the vast landscapes that elephants depend on for survival. These earrings feature genuine freshwater pearls and gold uneven orbs that appear almost liquid. Each pair is handmade in Leigh Miller’s Los Angeles studio.
Artist-led non-profit organization For Freedoms (co-founded by Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman) encourages creative public engagement, conversation and action in all areas of civic concern. Part of their Infinite Game project, the dynamically designed and easy to follow Infinite Playbook outlines various ways we can make change—from planning protests to hosting virtual town halls, posting public art and registering to vote. Another element of the initiative exists as apparel and sticker packs to help spread the word. Our favorite, the white long-sleeve, offers Infinite Game’s mission in bullet points, along with (wryly) the URL for the playbook. It’s available in size XS to XXL and intended for all genders.
With every purchase yielding a donation to I Am A Voter, an initiative (and part of the non-profit ActBlue) that aims to create a “cultural shift” around voting and public engagement in politics, this “VOTE” T-shirt boasts a simple but crucial message. Crafted in the USA from cotton jersey, the shirt is intended for all genders and comes in XS to XXL. I Am A Voter helps people register to vote; provides reminders for various deadlines, absentee voting and voting days; and more.
In step with protests unfolding across Pittsburgh, local creative agency HOUNDS launched an initiative called HARMONY that “aims to spread awareness concerning the various injustices Black people face, as well as inform others that we all have a part in putting an end to every form of racism and hate.” The HARMONY capsule bundle—released alongside a short film directed by Maxwell Shavers and Jordan Armstrong—comprises a HOUNDS-designed T-shirt, two posters featuring photography by Shavers, a poem by Dazia Miller, and a hand-sewn HARMONY bandana by Delia Feeney. All 100% of the proceeds will go to 1 Hood, a collective of activists and artists.
With proceeds from the sale of their “REPARATIONS” hoodie being donated to bail funds in NYC and Portland, Sacramento-based multimedia brand Advisry clearly establishes their bona fides. Also available in heather gray, the garment—which has been screen-printed in the USA on 100% cotton—is available in sizes small to extra-large, and intended for all genders.
New from Parks Project, this boxy T-shirt boasts a distinctly ’60s vibe via tie-dye, cartoonish illustration and peaceful messaging. A bear carrying a flag that reads “Parks protect all life” is front and center, flanked by mushrooms, flowers, squirrels and a dove. Hand-dyed in DTLA, this 100% cotton shirt comes in size XS to XXXL. A portion of the proceeds goes to the National Parks Conservation Association, an organization that works to protect and improve national parks across the USA.
Omsom’s starters comprise the sauces, aromatics, and seasonings needed to cook quintessential Southeast Asian dishes like Vietnamese Lemongrass BBQ, Thai Larb, and Filipino Sisig. The Omsom Sampler Trio—a box of six starters; two for each aforementioned dish—comes complete with cooking instructions. Each serves two or three people, meaning the pack provides the base for 12 to 18 meals. Plus, 5% of their June sales go to Color Of Change, a non-profit dedicated to building power in Black communities.
With 100% of the proceeds from its sales donated to the Marsha P Johnson Institute, this shirt celebrates the LGBTQ+ community in many ways. The brand Very Good Light teamed up with artist Humberto Cruz (aka ISCREAMCOLOUR) for the T-shirt, which is emblazoned with a rainbow, two Black cherubs, and the ever-relevant words “Black Lives Matter.” Available in sizes small to XL, it’s made from 100% cotton and will ship at the end of June.
With 100% of their proceeds directed to the COVID-19 Protest Relief Fund, The Canvas Agency Shop is selling eight very different, equally appealing, prints from artists they represent. One of our favorites, “PAW PAW AND STARS” by illustrator Sonya Korshenboym depicts a delightful and oddly proportioned pooch gazing up at the cosmos. It’s printed on poster-sized paper.
Launched on Juneteenth, Internal Knowledge and Are.na’s Chess Camp label explores “strategy, empathy, psychological freedom, and Black history.” From them, this new T-shirt directs 100% of proceeds to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective. “Internal Knowledge Chess Camp: Juneteenth 2020” adorns the front of the 100% cotton shirt, while a green and ivory chessboard occupies the back. The release comes accompanied by a wealth of educational videos, resources, printed materials and more, which lives on Are.na’s idea-sharing platform as Chess Camp vol.1.
Designer Mia Saine‘s “Let Me Run” T-shirt features original artwork made in response to Ahmaud Arbery’s murder, but relating to all the innocuous activities Black people have been doing when brutally attacked by racist police or civilians. Two-thirds ($20) of the cost of these 100% cotton ringer shirts will be donated to Black Lives Matter.
Featuring Kewpie doll characters and a police car engulfed in flames, this print from Tiny Splendor makes a powerful statement. The three subjects carry a molotov cocktail, a crowbar and a banner stating “Lives over property”—an important message now, and always. All profits from sales of the print will be donated to Black Lives Matter Los Angeles and People’s Breakfast Oakland.
Written upon a portrait of civil and LGBTQ+ rights activist Bayard Rustin, the “black is love is black” illustration by Donovan Edwards for The Tenth repeats the simple yet powerful message. The print is letter-sized and printed on matte archival paper, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Black Lives Matter.
100% of the proceeds from Levi’s Pride 2020 collection will be donated to OutRight Action International—a non-governmental organization that defends the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. This oversized trucker jacket (available in traditional denim or pink, white and blue tie-dye) boasts an embroidered call to action, with “USE YOUR VOICE!” emblazoned on the back. Available in small to XXL, it’s made from 100% non-stretch cotton.
For every one of these bandana masks sold, RE/DONE will donate five to frontline workers across the USA. Available in nine colorways, they are crafted from upcycled bandana fabric and include a cotton lining on the back (or face) side. Washable and reusable, the shades and patterns will differ due to the repurposed and reconstructed fabric. The brand also has denim options and kids’ sizes in different patterns.
Available in select legal cannabis dispensaries, Bloom Farms’ 500mg Liquid Live Resin Mimosa cartridge delivers cannabis concentrate produced with a focus on freshness. The live resin designation states that the concentrate is extracted from flash-frozen plant matter, ensuring that the true flavors and terpenes of the plant are embodied in the extract. Produced by Symbiotic Genetics, the Mimosa strain boasts notes of citrus and soft grape and provides a mild, uplifting high. Plus, the purchase of one Bloom Farms cartridge guarantees the donation of one meal through their “One For One” partnership with a number of West Coast food banks.