Whether you identify as LGBTQ+ or are an ally, June is a time to celebrate and support this group. In preparation of the Pride Parade and in celebration of Pride Month, we’re sharing our favorite brands and how they are supporting the LGBTQ+ community this month:

Lilah b: “b.proud” campaign, 10% of profits go to the Trevor Project

Harry’s: 100% of profits from this set go to The Trevor Project, Harry’s has donated $200,000 to support so far

Mac Cosmetics: MAC Cosmetics has long supported the LGBTQ+ community with its Viva Glam lipstick. But the new #MACLOVESPRIDE collection serves up blush, glitter, lipstick, eyeshadow and more in kaleidoscopic colors perfect for the parade. Bonus: Buy any lipstick during the month of June and you’ll get MAC’s limited-edition Pride cap lipstick as a gift.

Bombas: Bombas has also partnered with the Ally Coalition, donating 40% of all donation socks through the end of June directly to homeless LGBT youth.

Sweetgreen: The fast-casual chain is donating $1 from each bowl purchased on June 2 to support Covenant House, which provides shelter and resources for LGBT homeless youth.

Asos: ASOS reunites with GLAAD for a 50-piece collection featuring a Day-Glo bomber jacket, faux snakeskin travel bag, a translucent tote, unisex cropped sweatshirts and more. One hundred percent of all net profits go to GLAAD, which promotes accurate and diverse LGBT representation in the media.

Soul Cycle: 10 class Pride Pack and 10% of the purchase price benefits The Trevor Project, up to $100,000

Urban Decay: Makeup lovers can #SparkleOutLoud with the new Heavy Metal Glitter Collection—glittery eyeliner in eight new shades, including the limited-edition Stonewall.

H&M: Tanks, tees, crop tops, bodysuits, pool shoes and windbreakers are among the items in the Love For All collection from H&M, which is donating 10% of global sales from the line to the United Nations’ Free & Equal campaign.