From the top, these sandals look like classic Tevas. But from the side, a stacked rainbow flatform celebrates the LGBTQ+ community. With $15 from the purchase of each pair going to the Tegan and Sara Foundation, buying these sandals means sending support to an organization that contributes to summer camp scholarships for LGBTQ+ kids. While made for all genders, they’re listed in traditional women’s sizes.
Made by Herbivore Botanicals, with no additives or dyes, this serum gently exfoliates with 5% natural fruit acid. As application creates a subtle tingling on the skin, this potion helps shed dead skin and clears pores. It can be left on all day and the result is a clearer, smoother complexion. For Pride, the brand will donating $5 from the sale of each product to Immigration Equality—an organization that offers legal assistance to LGBTQ+ immigrants.
With 20% of proceeds going to The Point Foundation (which works to empower LGBTQ+ students through scholarship funding, mentorship and more), these bright and cheerful swim trunks have a decidedly retro aesthetic. Made from a poly/elastane blend, they’re available men’s XS to XL, but thanks to their boxy shape, can be worn by all genders.
From queer-owned Wildfang, a brand committed to donating profits to various women- and LGBTQ+-focused organizations all year (in 2018 they raised $400k for charities), this six-panel cap puts it simply. Made with 100% cotton, the cap features an adjustable strap and a very positive message.
Printed by Revel & Riot (a non-profit brand devoted to promoting LGBTQ+ equality), the “Electile Dysfunction” T-shirt speaks out against “faulty voting machines, gerrymandering, cyber attacks, the Electoral College, voter purges, voter suppression and bullying and harassment at the polls.” Printed on 100% ring-spun cotton, this boxy shape is ideal for all genders and comes in sizes small to XXL.
Celebrating one of the most marginalized groups within the LGBTQ+ community, these Chuck Taylors (part of Converse’s 2019 Pride collection) are adorned with transgender flag-inspired designs. With the pale blue, pink and white striped flag featuring on the ankle patches, heel tabs and soles, the colors are also used in bold lightning bolts on the shoes. More importantly, proceeds from the brand’s Pride collection are donated to OUT MetroWest and the It Gets Better Project.
Made in collaboration between Todd Snyder and Champion, these comfy sweatshorts are part of a Pride collection that blends two iconic logos: vintage Champion lettering and the rainbow colors of the LGBTQ+ flag. Crafted from 100% cotton and made in Canada, the best feature is the 20% of proceeds that go to National Park Foundation to support the Stonewall National Monument.
100% of net proceeds from the sale of this cropped, neon ASOS and GLAAD sweatshirt goes to the important organization. Part of the third collaborative collection between the two, this retro-style sweater features a tri-color “unity” graphic across the chest and a tour bill-style rundown of the shirt’s collaborators on the back. Made for all genders and sizes, the boxy sweater is available in sizes XS to US 28.
With 100% of profits from their Pride collection headed for the Los Angeles LGBT Center, American Apparel has created a line of clothing that ranges from playful to poignant. The latter is the case with this “Words Matter” T-shirt, which lists “forbidden” terms like transgender, diversity, science-based, fetus and vulnerable. Printed on 50/50 cotton/poly blend, the top has been made for all genders and comes in sizes XS to XL.
Made in collaboration with actress Steph Beatriz, who maintains she’s “Bi ’til I die,” this cap by Kidd Bell supports those attracted to their own gender, and all others. Available in red or blue script, each six-panel cap is embroidered, not printed. Most importantly, 20% of net proceeds benefit The Trevor Project, who offer a 24/7 crisis line for LGBTQ+ youth.
With a delightful double entendre printed on 100% cotton, Otherwild’s “Gender is a Drag” T-shirt is made for people of all ages—the slogan is available on baby onesies, toddler T-shirts or adult-sized tops. While promoting an important message, a portion of proceeds goes to the National Center for Transgender Equality, which works to change policies, laws and societal stance regarding the rights of trans people.
Made in collaboration by Sexy Beast, Jenny Holzer and Virgil Abloh, this T-shirt—crafted by LA-based EVERYBODY.WORLD—benefits Planned Parenthood LA, with all proceeds going to the organization. Limited to an edition of 1000, the shirts are emblazoned by a blurry version of conceptual artist Holzer’s famous slogan, “Abuse of Power Comes As No Surprise” from her Truisms series.
Cannabis-lensed publication Gossamer teamed up with women-owned and women-led brand VEDA for this simple T-shirt that also gives back. Emblazoned with a lime green rose and the words “thank you,” the boxy shirt will suit all genders, and all proceeds from the sales go to the Women’s Prison Association. The organization works with women and their families during all stages of the criminal justice journey—from helping to avoid incarceration to providing access to addiction and mental health services, finding affordable housing to preparing for job interviews and more.
With 100% of the net proceeds going to Every Mother Counts, the purchase of Clare V’s “Maman Je T’aime” (“Mom, I love you”) cotton tote offers support to women in the developing world through their pregnancy and childbirth. Ever Mother Counts gives grants, helps mobilize communities and raises global awareness so that all women have access to safe, respectful and equitable maternity care.
Made from super-soft and comfy 100% cotton, this French Terry sweatshirt from Everlane is adorned with their now-familiar “100% Human” logo. Each piece in this range (which includes T-shirts and sweaters) results in donations to Equality Now—an international organization that works to change laws, set legal precedents, spread awareness and mobilize communities.
Commemorating the year in which the Supreme Court case Roe vs Wade culminated in abortion being deemed a fundamental right under the United States Constitution, prinkshop’s “1973” baseball hat is hand-embroidered by adults with autism. For every hat sold, the brand will donate $5 to the National Institute for Reproductive Health, an organization that works tirelessly to protect women’s right to choose.