After the news broke earlier this week that the Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark abortion rights law Roe v. Wade, many people sprang into action and began sharing their abortion stories, organizing and attending protests, and donating to abortion funds. In response to the news, several brands and artists have also announced that they will be donating proceeds from their sales to abortion funds and other organizations that support reproductive rights for all people.
From indie creators to major fashion lines and even food delivery services, these brands have pledged to donate to organizations like the Center for Reproductive Rights, The Roe Fund, and the National Network of Abortion Funds, among many others. You can shop tees, hats, stickers, skincare, meal-delivery subscriptions, and more, knowing that some of your money is going to a worthy cause.
Of course, you can always donate directly to abortion funds and reproductive rights organizations. But honestly, if you need a little pick-me-up in form of a cute sticker or a pro-choice T-shirt to wear to the next protest, I get it.
Rachel Antonoff will be donating 100% of proceeds from the brand's The Reproductive System collection to Planned Parenthood. In addition to tees, you can also get the same design on sweaters, sweatshirts and pins.
Channel your anger into action with this tee. For each shirt purchased, The Bitter Southerner will donate $5 to a group of funds and organizations working across the Southeast to help people access abortion care.
Chnge is donating 100% of the profits from this tee (which also comes in green and black) to three reproductive rights organizations: SisterSong, the Center for Reproductive Rights, and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice.
Already obsessed with this illustration! Chnge will donate 50% of the net profits from each sale of this shirt to SisterSong, which is an organization that amplifies the voices of Indigenous women and women of color to achieve reproductive justice.
Harper Wilde is offering this bralette that really says it all. Also, 15% of proceeds from this item will go to The Roe Fund, a nonprofit that offers emotional and financial support to women in Oklahoma seeking reproductive care. Previous restocks have sold out quickly, but if it's not available, you can sign up to be notified via email when it's available in your size.
Harper Wilde also offers a pink cap that says "F*ck your laws." Like the bralette, it might sell out quickly, but if you miss it, you can sign up to be notified when the restock happens.
RAYGUN has a whole collection called "The Feminist Agenda," which includes this shirt. According to their website, some proceeds from the sale of this shirt will go to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.
According to a post on Otherwild's Instagram, 50% of proceeds from their shirts will be donated to reproductive rights organizations Shout Your Abortion and the National Network of Abortion Funds. In addition to these "Woman Power" tees, they also have "The Future is Female" and "Resist" shirts available.
This shirt from Salty Fox Printables gets the message across. According to the listing, the shop donates monthly to abortion funds such as Planned Parenthood of Michigan (their home state), Fund Texas Choice, and the Lilith Fund, but they also welcome suggestions for other abortion funds to donate to.
100% of all revenue from this shirt will be donated to the National Network of Abortion Funds. This design is available on a ton of different items, including crop tops, tank tops, long-sleeve shirts, sweaters, and hoodies.