Buy from these brands and help support racial equality and bail funds

These companies are donating proceeds from specific items or making donations to help movements fighting police brutality and unjust incarceration.

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All proceeds for Crocodile Jackson's Quit Your Day Job shirt, which you can buy for $28, will be divided evenly among the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defense and Educational Fund, National Bail Out fun, and the Black Lives Matter organization.


Whatever proceeds Online Ceramics' realizes from its $55 solidarity shirt will be split among the NAACP, National Bail Out, and the Movement for Black Lives.

Online Ceramics

Advisory Board Crystals will donate 100 percent of the money raised with its $58 "such a pretty planet, such an ugly world" shirt to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

Advisory Board Crystals

This $120 long-sleeved shirt, which gets straight to the revolutionary point, is from One Of These Days. All proceeds for the fit will be divided between Black Lives Matter, Black Youth Project, NAACP's bail fund, The National Police Accountability Project, Color of Change, National Bail Out, and several other social justice groups.

One of These Days

Everything raised by No Sleep Records' $20 racial justice shirt will go to the Black Visions Collective, Reclaim the Block, Bail Project, Facing History, and the George Floyd GoFundMe campaign.

No Sleep Records

Every cent spent on this $40 Black Is Not A Crime shirt will go to The Equal Justice Initiative.


All proceeds for Diet Starts Monday's "Stop Killing Black People" tee will go to the Change of Color organization, Reclaim The Block, and the National Bail Out.

Diet Starts Monday

This $20 shirt is a collaborative project from Homebody, DPI, H33M, A99, Intrepid, LBS, Hellbound, Khari, and BadNews. All proceeds will be given to the National Bail Out fund.


Collina Strada is donating all of its profits through last week to bail funds in the United States.

Collina Strada

Know your rights, and wear them. 100 percent of proceeds from this $46 shirt from Babylon LA will go to The Bail Project.

Babylon LA

Proceeds for this $45 Menace T-shirt with Donald Trump declared "Public Enemy Number One" will go to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).


AB Media Group and SHFT World will donate all proceeds from this $14 "This Black Life Matters" shirt to the official George Floyd memorial fund as well as the Black Visions Collective.

AB Media Group and SHFT World

All proceeds from PTM Foundation's "racism is for choads" shirt will help bail funds in the United States. Grab it for $25. And tap to see the reverse.

PTM Foundation

PTM Foundation

100 percent of the proceeds from this Italian-manufactured Medea's handbag will be given to The Bail Project.


Fashion brand Asai has announced that it will donate all profits from its sales to the Black Lives Matter organization, The Solace Women's Aid, and The Voice of Domestic Workers.

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Designers like Stella McCartney have also vowed to donate to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and other groups protesting in New York, Minnesota, and beyond.

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Warby Parker has announced that it will donate $1 million in funds to Black Lives Matter and other racial equality funds.

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Some brands have gone beyond clothes to make a statement in favor of racial equality. Jonathan Cohen, for example, has announced that all proceeds for this beautiful, $20 floral arrangement in memory of George Floyd will go to The Bail Project.

Lululemon has also pledged at least $100,000 in donations to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

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In addition to these brands, multiple other fashion, beauty, and merch lines have pledged donations to various racial equality movements, bail funds, and activist groups. It's a growing list worth keeping an eye on.

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