This June marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, when activists like Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera demonstrated for LGBTQ+ rights. With parties, parades, and concerts scheduled throughout the month, everyone will be wearing their best rainbow clothes and makeup. But before you buy your merch, be aware that not every brand is making the commitment to donate proceeds. Below, we’re highlighting some of our favorites that are giving back to organizations like Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, Stonewall Community Foundation, and The Trevor Project.
Scroll ahead to shop sparkly makeup, fun sandals and, of course, all of the requisite rainbow T-shirts.
Fluide is donating $5 from the sale of every set to the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.
Teva is donating $15 per pair sold to the Tegan and Sara Foundation, with a guaranteed donation of $30,000.
ASOS is donating 100 percent of net profits to GLAAD.
Urban Decay is donating 25 percent of the purchase price from the limited-edition Stonewall shade to the Stonewall Community Foundation.
Milk Makeup is donating 100 percent of proceeds from the Wear Your Pride Set to The Center.
Fossil is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from this watch case to the Hetrick-Martin Institute.
Zenni is donating 100 percent of proceeds from their limited-edition Pride frames to the It Gets Better Project.
Adidas is donating $250,000 to The Trevor Project.
Ralph Lauren is donating 100 percent of proceeds from the T-shirt and 50 percent of proceeds from all other items from their Pride collection to the Stonewall Community Foundation.
J. Crew is donating 50 percent of proceeds to the Human Rights Campaign.
Marc Jacobs is donating 10 percent of sales to Sage.
American Eagle is donating 100 percent of sales from their Pride collection to the It Gets Better Project.
Levi’s is donating 100 percent of net proceeds from their Pride Collection to OutRight Action International.
Happy Socks is donating 10 percent of profits from this collaboration to the Stonewall Community Foundation.
Opening Ceremony will donate 100 percent of proceeds to the Griffin-Gracy Educational Retreat & Historical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
H&M is donating 10 percent of proceeds from the Pride collection to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign.
Alexis Bittar is donating a portion of sales from their Pride collection to The Center.
Thief & Heist is donating 20 percent of sales from the Thief and Heist X EJAF Tags to the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Michael Kors will donate 100 percent of sales for each T-shirt sold to God’s Love We Deliver.
Kenneth Cole is making a donation to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign.
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