While Prideraiser has merch available to promote your Prideraiser campaign, we are not in the merch business. From time to time, merch is made available, at our cost plus a small markup to pay for server/SMS costs, to the organizers of our local campaigns for further distribution to the public in ways that suit the needs of each campaign. Of note, the preferred method to raise funds for a local organization is the Prideraiser pledge model, not from merch sales.
Approved Prideraiser merch distribution methods include:
- Visual promotion by campaign admins/capos/social media
- Selling at a markup and donating the profit to a LGBTQ beneficiary
- As a gift for high-dollar or other donors or partners
(Ask if you have another idea.)
Prideraiser merch can be requested using this form.
Prideraiser Logo Sticker - 3”
Prideraiser Mask by Jen Muller (Cloud 9, Gotham FC)
Prideraiser scarf by Drew Gentry (Northern Guard Supporters, Detroit City FC, retired)
Prideraiser scarf by Mike Pendleton (Ralph’s Mob, Tampa Bay Rowdies)
Prideraiser scarf by Jen Muller (Cloud 9, Gotham FC)
Co-Branded Merchandise Policy
Prideraiser may supply graphics and allow partner SGs to make their own co-branded merchandise to be sold as a fundraiser for your Prideraiser charity partner. Perfunctory approval of the design by the Prideraiser admin team is required. However, we recommend against this approach without careful consideration of the logistical and budgetary challenges. In short, it’s bitten us in the butt before, and we don’t want our partner SGs to over-extend themselves and have a bad experience with Prideraiser.
From time to time, Prideraiser will work with talented designers associated with independent SGs to design official Prideraiser merchandise. These items will be labeled with their designer, not the year of creation.