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Equality Now is proud to have the support of so many brands across the world. As we celebrate being able to come together with family and friends for the holidays this year, we’re sharing our annual Feminist Gift Guide to highlight a few of the brands helping us make equality reality.

Equality Now’s Teemill Shop

Our Teemill store carries an amazing selection of t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, and prints that reflect our core values, with a percentage of each purchase directly funding our work. Their products are made in a renewable energy factory and they are audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.

This year we partnered with two of our favorite activists Anjelika Washington and Alysia Reiner to create a new collaborative t-shirt line. Shop our new designs amplifying the Equal Rights Amendment, girls’ right to education, and more.

Brooklyn Candle Studio

Brooklyn Candle Studio makes candles using sustainable soy wax and phthalate-free perfume oils infused with essential oils and is a proud feminist partner of Equality Now.

Equality Now is among the organizations that will receive 10% of all proceeds from the Brooklyn Candle Studio x Alison Kunuth collaboration.


WeSC is a clothing brand mixing subcultures of as skateboarding, art, and music to deliver a broader selection of street fashion for men and women, featuring designs that give back too.

Proceeds from the sale of the Girls Just Wanna Have Fundamental Rights t-shirt will go to Equality Now. Shop their WESC Cares line here.

Inspired Pins

All Inspired Pins and Necklaces are made with recycled brass that is eco-friendly and sustainable. Wear it, share it, adore it and inspire change, one word at a time, because justice matters.

With your purchase this holiday season, will donate a percentage of proceeds to Equality Now to help stop violence and discrimination around the globe. 


Based in Geneva, Janolo is an ethical, artistic, and engaged artwork company that straddles the line between activism and art. Janolo’s first collection of prints is inspired by women’s rights and women empowerment.

10% of sales from Janolo’s art prints and streetwear benefit Equality Now all year round. Shop here.

Moxie Chic

Founded in July 2019 by New Yorker and mother Jennifer Shurdut-Bab, Moxie Chic is a feminist sustainable fashion brand donating a portion of proceeds on every product sold.

All profits from Moxie Chic’s #IWD2020 t-shirt contest winners will be donated to Equality Now. Shop the collection here.


Equality Now is thrilled to partner with Grayson for the Everyday Heroes campaign, highlighting the incredible stories of inspiring women. Grayson is committed to donating 2% of its revenue to women-led causes and we are grateful.

Use code EQUALITYNOW for 20% off your purchase through December 20, 2021.

No Nonsense

Over 40 years ago, No nonsense became a staple for women breaking barriers in the office and in the boardroom. Today, the brand continues to look forward, taking an inclusive, body-positive No nonsense approach to fashion and sustainability.

We are tremendously grateful to No nonsense for their support of our Feminist Culture Club by generously contributing 1% of their website proceeds to Equality Now.


Natreve is the first plastic and carbon-neutral wellness company in the world. Natreve is working with Equality Now as an Advocacy Champion, highlighting a wide range of issues relating to gender inequality and specifically focusing on Equality Now’s global push to End Sexual Violence. Natreve’s generosity was instrumental in the release of our Failure to Protect report earlier this year.

Between Nov 27- Dec 31, 2021 use code Natreve25 for 25% off your purchase.

Her First 100k

Her First $100k x Timothée Chalamet merch. Just in time for the release of Dune and The French Dispatch, share your love for financial feminism and the devastating cheekbones of Timothée Chalamet with this Her First $100K limited edition tee.

A portion of all sales from the Equal Pay & Chalamet line go to Equality Now.