June 1 marks the beginning of LGBTQ Pride month, which for many of us means plenty of marches, rallies, and parties on our calendars—and plenty of opportunities to show our support to worthy organizations and put our dollars toward clothing with a cause.
Whether or not you'll be attending any official festivities, you can shop collections from brands like Nike, Levi's, American Eagle, and Everlane benefiting nonprofits like the Human Rights Campaign and the It Gets Better Project, with products ranging from an enamel pin you can stick on your denim jacket to a pair of limited-edition sneakers you'll want to add to your collection the minute they drop.
And while you can (and should!) wear your pride on your sleeve all year round, many of these pieces are only available through the end of the month, so click through the gallery below to shop them all while you can.
This year, the Levi's Pride collection pays homage to the AIDS memorial quilt and the clothing worn by LGBTQ rights activists in the 1980s. As in past years, the brand is promoting gender-neutral sizing and donating 100% of proceeds to the Stonewall Community Foundation and the Harvey Milk Foundation.
Nike's sixth annual Betrue Pride collection drop at 10 a.m. EST on June 5, and the limited-edition kicks, which include the Bella Hadid–induced Cortez and the buzzy new Air VaporMax, are sure to go fast. Even better, since 2012, the brand has donated $2.5 million to LGBTQ causes.
Everlane has already raised more than $73,000 for the ACLU through its 100% Human collection, and now the brand is turning its efforts toward the Human Rights Campaign, with a goal of raising $100,000 through its Pride Month collection, which drops June 5. Pieces include rainbow slogan tees, enamel pins, and canvas totes, and the campaign stars outspoken creatives like actresses Rowan Blanchard and Hari Nef and photographer Lee Bullitt.
Support the Human Rights Campaign with these rainbow-backed sneakers.
From the same brand that brought us the "Nasty" necklace, this 14K gold vermeil lariat benefits the Human Rights Campaign (10% of sales go toward the organization).
All—yes, all—proceeds from this perfect party sandal will be donated to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
100% of the proceeds from the American Eagle Outfitters pride collection will benefit the It Gets Better Project.
Designed in collaboration with ASOS Magazine's "Come Together" issue, this white tee benefits GLAAD (£15 from each purchase goes toward the organization) and is made in partnership with the Better Cotton Initiative, which works to improve cotton farming practices around the world.
Dr. Martens remixed its classic boots with rainbow laces, Pride-themed graffiti, rainbow sock liners, and messages on the soles, with $5 from each purchase going to The Trevor Project.
This year, Puma is celebrating Pride with rainbow sneakers, tube socks, fanny packs, and more.