8 Pride Month Food And Drink Products That Give Back To LGBTQ+ Communities

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Pride month began on June 1, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by donating to a good cause.

Even if you can't donate directly, your everyday food purchases can go a long way through the month of June, thanks to these eight Pride products that give back to LGBTQ+ communities.

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Make your money go even further by buying products that benefit The Trevor Project, GLAAD, Out & Equal, and more.

We only include products that have been independently selected by Elite Daily's editorial team. However, we may receive a portion of sales if you purchase a product through a link in this article.

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OREO Pride Pack, Limited Edition

Oreo Pride packs hit store shelves on May 18 with colorful packaging full of affirming phrases, and Oreo cookies that’ve been embossed with the word “Proud.”Though Pride Pack sales aren’t directly donated, Oreo has donated $500,000 to PFLAG for Pride 2022, according to the brand.

Skittles Limited Edition Pride Pack Sharing Size

Skittles’ Pride packs got a makeover on May 10 with the help of six LGBTQ+ artists. The colorful packs are each artists’ take on what it means to “see the rainbow,” and when you grab yours, $1 will be donated to GLAAD, up to $100,000.The packs are available through June 2022 at select retailers.

Crystal Head Pride Bottle Vodka

Proceeds of every purchase of Crystal Head Vodka’s multi-colored skull-shaped Pride bottle will be donated amongst 19 different LGBTQ+ organizations, including Human Rights Campaign, Test Positive Aware Network (TPAN), and more.

Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar

While your purchase of Kind's Pride Bars, including the new Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter flavor, won’t include a direct donation, Kind is making a $125,000 donation to The Ali Forney Center, with $25,000 going to helping LGBTQ+ youth in Florida. Kind’s Pride bars are available in-stores and online now.

Limited Edition NEON Pink Block Party Lemonade Pop-Tarts

Score Pop-Tarts new Pride flavor, Neon Pink Block Party Lemonade, for $5 each weekend during Pride month.Pop-Tarts is donating a $10,000 grant and $2,250 from Pride sales to four local BIPOC LGBTQ+ small businesses, like Nobody’s Darling in Chicago, as well as committing $100,000 to GLAAD.


Noodles & Company

Noodles & Company’s Pride Crispy rice treats are back for a second year, and the company plans to donate 100% of proceeds up to $25,000 to Out & Equal, an organization that advocates for LGBTQ+ workplace rights.

You can gets yours in-stores, online, or via the app from June 1 to June 30.

Shake Shack

Shake Shack launched three new limited edition shake flavors on June 1 for Pride Month: Chocolate Churro Shake, Oreo Funnel Cake Shake, and Sprinkle Cookie Shake.

According to the company, Shake Shack will donate 3% of sales from each shake to The Trevor Project to help protect at-risk LGBTQ+ youth, up to $75,000.

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Absolut Vodka

Absolut Vodka’s new series Out & Open allows members of the LGBTQ+ community tell personal stories about their favorite safe spaces, like bars and restaurants.

For every Out & Open listen, Absolut will increase its $175,000 donation to the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) by $1. Stream the series on the Absolut website.

Courtesy of Absolut

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