We would like to thank all of this year’s Pride partners for their support of HMI and LGBTQ youth.
Our friends at Classic Harbor Line are once again supporting Hetrick-Martin Institute for Pride this year. Celebrate PRIDE on the water for an afternoon sail on one of Classic Harbor Line’s Schooners! 100% of net ticket sales goes directly to HMI. So grab your friends, soak up the sun and sail through the waters we proudly call home.
We’re super excited and #ProudToBe included again this year in Coach’s Pride campaign, Pride is where you find it, featuring HMI Youth Members Iggy, London and Sky. This year Coach is celebrating the people and places that bring LGBTQIA+ communities together—and supporting organizations that create empowering spaces for the next gen, too. Check out this year’s Pride Collection!
Thank you to Equinox, who is donating 5% of all sale proceeds from their Pride merchandise. Be sure to watch for the #PoweredByPride video drop on June 8th.
Thank you to Fuku, who is donating proceeds from the sale of its Pride Sando, available June 1-30, 2021 in NYC only (Fuku Hudson Yards and NYC Neighborhood Kitchens). Treat yourself to a tasty sandwich of chicken fingers, ranch, and rainbow slaw (carrot, cabbage, sambal vinaigrette) on a Martin’s Potato Roll and support LGBTQ youth.
Thank you to K-Deer for their continued support of HMI. This PRIDE season again, they will be donating 5% of e-commence sales for each purchase of the Dana Stripe, named after Dana Trixie Flynn, renowned yoga teacher and LGBTQ advocate. Dana Stripe embodies the spirit of Pride and living out loud in your truth.
Thanks to the folks at Strand Book Store who are donating 30% of sales from their Pride roundup collection to HMI in support of HMI youth! Our CEO Joe Pressley, pictured here, was excited to get his hands on a few books for himself! Check out the link in Strand Book Store’s bio to see which LGBTQIA+ stories they are spotlighting throughout Pride month!
Thanks to The RealReal for donating a portion of the proceeds from their “Prom Redo” where fashion industry insiders, including legendary runway coach Miss J Alexander, TRR’s editorial manager Alex Tudela, and fashion designer Willie Norris, were paired each with a mentee from the Hetrick-Martin Institute. Take a look at how The RealReal re-imagined the classic high school prom as a Pride Month Celebration.