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How (Else) Can You Support True Colors United in Pride Month 2022?

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For a limited time, these awesome companies are supporting True Colors United’s work to end LGBTQ youth homelessness.

This Pride month, True Colors United is honored to partner with companies and organizations that are equally dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness among LGBTQ youth. Check ‘em out!

M&Ms

This June, visit M&M’S Stores in New York, Mall of America, Las Vegas, Disney Springs or mms.com for a great selection of Pride gifts. Proceeds from the sale of PRIDE merchandise from June 1- August 31, 2022, up to $10,000, will be donated.

Manic Panic

Hair dye icons Manic Panic is donating 15% of net profits from all sales at Ulta locations.   

The Nopo

This Pride, The Nopo is donating 10% of June sales from their Pride collection to TCU. Shop their gorgeous, colorful, handmade fashion + home decor pieces now!

Vermont Teddy Bear

We’re once again partnering with Vermont Teddy Bear, who are donating 20% of proceeds from their Rainbow Bear. Each bear is handmade and comes with a lifetime guarantee!

Lyre’s 

This Pride, Lyre’s will donate 10% of their Pink London (nonalcoholic Pink Gin) online sales to True Colors United.

Pajamagrams

Pajamagram is donating 10% of all sales of their ‘Love is Love’ Pajama during the month of June. 

Projects Watches

Projects Watches is donating 5% of proceeds of their Pride and Pride Prism watches. Both watches feature six individual colors that twice a day—noon and midnight—come together to create the shape of a rainbow.             

H. Bloom

10% of sales from florist H. Bloom’s exclusive Pride Collection will support our work. Each arrangement is hand-delivered by a local florist with a personalized message and the utmost care.

Qweer

10% of profits from NYC-based indie clothing company Qweer will be donated to True Colors United!

Follow Selina Lee:

Senior Development and Communications Associate

When not working at the True Colors Fund, Selina is browsing used bookstores in Queens.