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PHOTOS: This season’s must-have Pride merch that also gives back to the LGBTQ+ community

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View Full PostFor June, Katy Perry Collections is excited to partner with the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) by donating 25% of net sales from its Pride Collection to the foundation.Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) is the nation’s oldest LGBTQIA+ youth services organization that provides queer and trans youth, primarily of color, with access to free, long-term, wellness services, social services, basic needs such as toiletries and clothing, as well as remote and in-person programming services focused on education, workforce development and arts & culture.View Full PostAvailable year-round, Pair Eyewear’s Love Wins collection aims to support the LBGTQIA+ community while inspiring customers to celebrate their individuality and encourage self-expression.

Pair’s partnership with GLSEN ensures 20% of sales are donatedthroughout the collection’s availability – even post-pride month.

View Full PostAs the spokesperson and face of Speedo’s 2023 Pride Campaign, Erica is celebrated for her empowering story of finding a love for swimming amidst the painful mourning of her father’s death, mental health issues, and navigating her sexual identity.

She chose the Human Rights Campaign to receive a $40,000 donation from the swimwear company.View Full PostAs in previous years, Mavi Jeans will continue to donate 100% of U.S.

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