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Blog Post | June 28, 2021

Retail Pride 2021
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Retail is an incredible community providing opportunities to diverse humans that come from all walks of life. We are so proud to work  with brands who believe in empowering each unique individual, advocating for important causes, and championing work that impacts the careers and lives of others. Check out what these incredible brands have done to celebrate Pride 2021! 


FOr Pride 2021, Lush team members are sharing their stories. Hear about the moments that made them feel seen at

Lush has baked impact and giving into their entire organization. (Literally!) Here are some of the most recent Charity Pot campaigns by Lush.


Lego celebrates the  LGBTQIA+ community with the ‘Everyone is Awesome’ set to celebrate fans’ diversity. The Lego Group works with Workplace Pride, Stonewall and Open for Business!



To celebrate, Allbirds teamed up with artists in the LBGTQIA community in the cities that they have stores in to design (adorable) custom pins, and got to choose a  local charity of their choice to make a donation to. 


Nike says that “this Pride month, we’re celebrating all the stories, identities, and orientations that find freedom in movement as we work towards creating a more inclusive future.” Check out the Be True collection and show off your flag 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️


Taking steps towards a brighter future, TOMS supports organizations like Brave Trails—a leadership-focused summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth. 

Shop the Unity Collection to show your colors! 🌈

The Unity Collection | TOMS


Morphe is celebrating the community with a collection that gives 100% of net proceeds to The Trevor Project! 💄

Happy Pride month from the Zipline family!

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