Photographers, athletes, brands, artists, and more are generating creative ways to help support organizations that are fighting for community equality, LGBTQI rights, systemic racism, and so much more with the sale of photo prints, artwork, hard goods, and even beer. While there are many ways you can help contribute to local and global organizations, the below list are just a few goods that are available for purchase, and a portion or 100% of the proceeds are donated. 

Blair Alley

Continuing the momentum inspired by San Diego’s Rolling for Rights gathering, TransWorld SKATEboarding’s photographer and editor Blair Alley teams up with pro skateboarder Shuriken Shannon to sell prints with proceeds going to ArtReach San Diego. ArtReach SD is a non-profit that brings the benefits of creative thinking & creative doing to all children regardless of socioeconomic status.

10 Barrel Brewing Co.

10 Barrel Brewing celebrates Pride Month by re-releasing their LGBTQIPA. All proceeds of this special brew go to benefitting Black and Pink National, an open family fighting alongside incarcerated LGBTQI+ prisoners and “free world” allies supporting each other to work towards abolishing the prison industrial complex and the specific violence against LGBTQ people prison.

Converse Cons / Alexis Sablone

Converse Cons releases skateboarder Alexis Sablone One Star Pro shoe and has directed proceeds from this project to NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Proceeds help the NAACP LDF legal organization fight landmark legal battles, protect voters across the nation, and advance racial justice, equality, and inclusive society.

Gilbert Crockett

Talented skateboarder and artist Gilbert Crockett’s latest tattoo art painting for sale at $50 apiece, and all profits will be donated to Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada. The proceeds to the BLM Global Network Foundation are in support of helping build future local organizations, education platforms, develop curriculum to end violence inflicted on black communities.

 Traffic Skateboards and Theories of Atlantis


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This isn’t a trend or just a one-off post during a news cycle. We stand in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism, white supremacy and the historic oppression of the Black community, our priority is to do the work. As a small brand and as part of the skateboarding community we’ve made some immediate actions to support this movement. 🚦 We’re looking at how we can make product and policy improvements to address racism and unconscious bias, and help amplify black voices. We acknowledge our team lacks the level of diversity we wish it had, and we are working to fix that. 🚦In partnership with we’ve made donations to The Bail Project, Reclaim The Block, and Fair Fight, organizations fighting to make communities safer & healthier for people of color and ensure fair and equal elections nationwide. 🚦 We are turning this graphic into a t-shirt and board graphic with 100% of the proceeds going to the same organizations listed above. The t-shirt will be available for pre-order next week @theoriesofatlantis web store and the decks will be available for shops to prebook soon. This is only the beginning and we have a long way to go but we can get there together. #nohate #takeoutthetrash #defundthepolice

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Standing in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism and amplifying black voices, Traffic Skateboards partners with Theories of Atlantis to create the above graphic into a t-shirt and board graphic with 100% of the proceeds going to The Bail Project, Reclaim the Block, and Fair Fight. The originations above are fighting to make communities safer and healthier for people of color, help those who are incarcerated and combat racial and economic disparities in the bail system, and ensure fair and equal elections nationwide.

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