10 Pride Collections That Are Giving Back

10 Pride Collections That Are Giving Back

Pride month is officially here, and so are a ton of exciting pride-inspired collections in support of the LGBTQIA+ community! Every year, we look forward to repping colourful, Pride-themed merchandise and, most importantly, supporting the brands that are actually giving back to the community. If you’re looking to shop all things Pride while supporting the cause at hand, check out these collections.

Check out 10 of our favourite Pride collections!

Levi’s Pride

This season, Levi’s is celebrating pride through self-expression with a collection inspired by LGBTQIA+ rodeo culture from the ’70s to today. This just might be the most stylish Pride collection we’ve ever seen! In support of this collection, Levi’s makes an annual $100,000 USD donation to Outright International, a global organization working to advance human rights for LGBTQIA+ people all over the world.

Joe Fresh Everybody Bloom

The Everybody Bloom Pride collection by Joe Fresh was created by its own Director of Visual Merchandising, Ian Metcalfe. With the colours in the Pride flag as a starting point, Ian took design inspiration from historical references in 2SLGBTQ+ culture. Each of the flowers featured has its own special significance! The Everybody Bloom collection will be available until August 31st, with a portion of sale proceeds, up to $25,000, being donated to pflag Canada, a non-profit organization that supports 2SLGBTQ+ communities.

Pura Vida Pride Collection

To celebrate Pride and pay homage to the LGBTQIA+ community, Pura Vida has launched a Pride collection featuring a range of vibrant bracelets, rings, earrings, and more, priced from $7 to $48. For every piece of the collection sold, Pura Vida will donate 5% of the purchase price, with a $50,000 donation minimum, to The Trevor Project, the leading suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQIA+ young people.

Converse Proud To Be

Show your Pride in style with Converse’s Proud To Be collection, intended to be a love letter to those who pioneer a space for the queer community. Whether you’re looking for the perfect pair of 2024 Pride sneakers or a bold and colourful statement piece, Converse has you covered. The brand has pledged and donated nearly $3 million to local, national, and international organizations since it first launched its annual Pride campaign and collection in 2015.

Abercrombie & Fitch Made With Pride

Abercrombie’s Made With Pride collection features a ton of versatile Pride-inspired pieces. From pop-culture references to pastel-coloured crochet, this collection has it all! In support of Pride, Abercrombie & Fitch is donating $400,000 to The Trevor Project this year, regardless of sales, and to date, it has raised over $5 million.

Love Wins by Move Active

This year, MoveActive is celebrating Pride 2024 with the release of its latest collection, Love Wins. The new collection features socks with embroidered rainbows and festive grip, making them perfect for adding a touch of Pride to your daily wardrobe. For every pair of Love Wins socks sold during Pride Month, MoveActive will donate $1 to Minus18 in support of its work in promoting education and inclusivity across schools in Australia.

Quo Beauty Pride Collection

Quo Beauty’s limited-edition Pride Collection features colourful eyeshadows, eyeliner, and nail polish. These bold and playful beauty products and accessories were made to celebrate the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Shoppers Drug Mart will contribute 10% of Quo Beauty Pride Collection sales, up to $30,000, to Pflag Canada.

Kate Spade Pride Collection

In our opinion, this year’s Kate Spade’s Pride collection is its best one yet in terms of style! Shop a variety of colourful jewellery and accessories, with 10% of net sales (a minimum of $50,000 and a maximum of $70,000) going to The Trevor Project.

Peace Out Pride Limited Edition Salicylic Acid Acne Healing Dots

Photo: Peace Out

In honour of Pride Month and Acne Awareness Month, LGBTQIA+-founded and run brand Peace Out Skincare has reimagined its clean, medicated Acne Healing Dots to be shaped like its iconic peace sign emoji in the Progress Pride flag colourway! From now until July 7th, $5 from each limited edition Pride Acne Dot sold on peaceoutskincare.com will be donated to The Trevor Project.



DESIGNME and CHATTERS have collaborated on an exclusive limited-edition of its iconic  HOLD.ME Three-Way Hairspray for the month of June! The bottle is adorned with positive messages such as “Be yourself” and “Celebrating individuality.” As the two brands unite, it will be giving $1 per product sold to support Friends of Ruby, a charitable organization dedicated to the progressive well-being of 2SLGBQTIA+ youth (aged 16-29) through mental health services, social services, and housing.

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