Garmentory Celebrates Pride By Donating Sales to Lifelong and the Trevor Project

Garmentory is an etailer that provides fashion from indie boutiques and emerging designers from around the world. Every day this week, Garmentory will be giving away a percentage of all sales from the color of the day to celebrate #prideweek. Today 2% of sales from any red items will be donated to Lifelong and the Trevor Project.

Currently, Garmentory has new arrivals on the daily with boutiques and designers joining party every week. Customers can find new indie designers to love, shop the curated racks of influential boutiques all over the world and scroll through the established brands who push the envelope on design, craftmanship and quality. Garmentory has set a goal to build a global platform where fashion’s curators and creators could rule online without compromise. Because of that every purchase you make goes through the designer or boutique directly. Sometimes the packages you get are wrapped and packed by the person who made it.

Learn more about shopping with Garmentory at How It Works. Today #shoptherainbow and also sign up for $10 off of your first order here:

About Trevor Project:

Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. For more information please visit:

About Lifelong:

Lifelong’s team of skilled staff partners with clients to overcome obstacles like poverty and food insecurity that stand between them and their best possible health. Each person arrives with their own set of strengths and challenges, and needs care that is just as unique.The Northwest AIDS Foundation, Chicken Soup Brigade and Evergreen Wellness Advocates are all part of the Lifelong organization. For more information please visit:


Source: Garmentory, Lifelong, Trevor Project