20 Brands That Are Donating Proceeds to LGBTQ Organizations Right Now

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Every June, we celebrate Pride Month to support and honor the LGBTQ+ community. You can donate to organizations, shop from LGTBQ+-owned businesses, and buy products from brands that give back to the LGBTQ+ community. To help you kick off Pride Month, we rounded up the home and lifestyle brands that are making donations this year.


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Check out these home and lifestyle brands giving back all Pride Month long:

1-800-Flowers: The floral delivery service will donate 20% of net proceeds from its Pride Collection to GLAAD.

Bath & Body Works: In addition to releasing a new Pride collection of candles, hand soap, and more, the brand is donating $150,000 to the It Gets Better Project.


Bobo's: The Colorado-based snack company launched a limited edition Dark Chocolate Almond Oat Bar with Sea Salt and 100% of proceeds will benefit PFLAG and The Center on Colfax.

The Bouqs Co.: Throughout June, The Bouqs Co. is donating 20% of proceeds from the Rainbow Bouq to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.


Harry's: Harry's teamed up with its sister brand Flamingo to release a gender-neutral kit, The Harry's x Flamingo Face and Body Pride Shave Set, and 100% of profits will be donated to The Trevor Project.

Mark & Graham: When you buy Mark & Graham's colorful catchall tray in partnership with The Trevor Project, 25% of the purchase price is donated to the organization.


Mosaic: For every box sold in June, the vegan and vegetarian meal delivery service will donate to the Ali Forney Center, a New York City-based organization that addresses homelessness among LGBTQ+ youth.

Our Place: Get the Full of Pride Mugs Set and the brand will donate 20% of each net revenue to the Los Angeles LGBT Center Pride Pantry.


The Phluid Project: When you shop the Protect Trans Kids capsule, 100% of profits will be donated to organizations that support the trans community through The Phluid Phoundation.

Pottery Barn: Pottery Barn's Goods That Give Back initiative offers limited-edition products that give back to different nonprofit organizations. In collaboration with The Trevor Project, 25% of the purchase price of the Pride Doormat and Goods That Give Back Mug will benefit the nonprofit.


Pottery Barn Kids: Pottery Barn Kids will donate 25% to The Trevor Project with each purchase of the pajama collection and the Mackenzie water bottle.

Pottery Barn Teen: When you buy the Pride Fringe Lumbar Pillow, Pottery Barn Teen will donate 25% to The Trevor Project.


Rejuvenation: In partnership with The Trevor Project, you can donate anywhere between $5 to $50 to the organization directly through the retailer.

SodaStream: In partnership with ILGA World, SodaStream launched a limited edition sparkling water kit and will donate 20% of profits to the organization.


Spiceology: When you buy the spice brand's Love Is Love Variety Pack — which includes six delicious rubs such as Raspberry Chipotle Rub, Smoky Honey Habanero, and Maui Wowee Hawaiian Teriyaki Rubin — 10% of the proceeds will be donated to food banks and pantries around the country.

Sunday Scaries: Sunday Scaries will donate $1 from every purchase of its Unicorn Jerky CBD candy to The Trevor Project.

Sur La Table: From June 2 to June 5, Sur La Table will donate 10% of purchases of Sur La Table cookware and tools to True Colors United, an organization that helps youth homelessness in the LGBTQ+ community.

UrbanStems: Not only is UrbanStems offering three bold and beautiful florals in honor of Pride Month, but it's also donating $10,000 to The Trevor Project this year.

West Elm: Score framed wall art, prints, and decor, all made in collaboration with The Trevor Project.

Williams Sonoma: Williams Sonoma has partnered with The Trevor Project on a collection of mugs, napkins, candy, towels, and more and will donate 50% of the purchase prices to the organization.