11 Rainbow Pride Products to Help You Celebrate While Giving Back

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While this year's festivities for Pride might look a little bit different than years' past, we're grateful that celebrations of love and equality can occur during a time when solidarity and support are needed most — and we want to help you celebrate.

Whether you're toasting champagne during virtual get-togethers or decorating your space in top-to-bottom rainbows, we rounded up a few decorative and celebratory items that not only showcase your pride but also donate proceeds to organizations that support LGBTQIA+ communities. Scroll down to see just a few of the brands giving back during Pride month.

From now through July, Boy Smells will be donating 15% of proceeds from the PRIDE Collection — which includes a range of gorgeously scented colorful candles — to the ​Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people.

Our pick: Bundle of Pride Full Spectrum Set, $184

Pottery Barn is also partnering with The Trevor Project on two fun products, a catchall tray and coffee mug. 25% of the proceeds from the purchase of either item will be donated directly to the organization to help with confidential counseling, crisis intervention, and support programs for young LGBTQ people.

Our pick: Goods That Give Back Mug, $14.50

For the second year in a row, this kombucha brand working with The Trevor Project, reimagining the Love flavor, which has notes of jasmine green tea, rose, lavender, and chamomile, and adding a rainbow-striped label. While it's hard to find online, it's sold at most retailers and you can search by your location on the site.

Our pick: Dr. Brew Kombucha Love

The spice brand Spiceology launched this special mini jar collection — which includes six rubs such as Raspberry Chipotle Rub, Smoky Honey Habanero, and Maui Wowee Hawaiian Teriyaki Rubin — in collaboration with Pride month. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the LA LGBT Center.

Our pick: 'Love is Love' Collection, $39.99

UrbanStems has launched two limited-edition bouquets, The Prism and The Afterglow, to celebrate Pride all month long. For every bouquet sold in the month of June, UrbanStems will donate $5 to The Trevor Project, with a minimum donation of $10,000.

Our pick: The Prism, $75; The Afterglow, $50+

Williams Sonoma released six products in honor of Pride month, including a rubber spatula, coffee mug, candle, and more. 50% of each purchase goes straight to The Trevor Project.

Our pick: The Trevor Project Candle, $24.95

This limited-edition bar has a fun rainbow wrapper and comes in the Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt flavor. Through the end of July, Kind is donating 100% of the proceeds to homeless LGBTQIA+ youth in collaboration with the Ali Forney Center.

Our pick: Kind Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt, $15.49 for 12

In honor of Pride, Barefoot Wines has redecorated the Brut Rosé and Rosé Spritzers with glitter and rainbow labels. For every case that is purchased, Barefoot will donate $1 to Free Mom Hugs, an organization that is dedicated to educating families, churches, and civic leaders, and encouraging them to celebrate and accept the LGBTQ+ community.

Our pick: Barefoot Bubbly 2020 Limited Edition Pride Brut Rosé, $9.99

For a glam take on the rainbow, look no further than these gold-accented catchall trays. Mark & Graham is donating 25% of all purchases of these two items directly to The Trevor Project.

Our pick: Rainbow Iris Catchall, $19

Throughout the month of June, proceeds from any purchases in the Pride section — which is filled with liquor, mixers, and cocktail sets — will be donated to GLAAD. Plus, as a special thank you, every customer that participates will receive a videogram from the trailblazing drag queen Tina Burner after purchase. Although Saucey is not available in every single city yet, maybe it's worth relocating to one of the active cities (including Austin, Miami, Fresno, NYC, Los Angeles, and more) to take advantage?

Our pick: Ciroc the Rainbow Every Day

Nicole Jones, of Nickel Designs, handpainted a special Pride-edition doormat to give your home a little more curb appeal. Purchases of this item not only help support local small businesses but from June to September 1, 50% of proceeds will also be donated to The Trevor Project.

Our pick: Nickel Designs 'We Welcome All' Doormat, $47


Katie is the Commerce Editor at Hunker. She has previously been on staff at Shape Magazine, Well+Good, and PureWow, and has spent her life perfecting the art of online shopping.

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