Orgs We Loved In 2023

Throughout 2023, we’ve proudly remained committed to our goal of supporting the LGBTQIA+ community year round.

Below is a list of the organizations we’ve supported with your help. We’d like to encourage you to continue showing your support by purchasing simply® Aqua Special Edition – a portion of the proceeds from each bottle supports LGBTQIA+ organizations throughout the year.


December 2023

The Okra Project is a mutual aid collective focused on supporting Black Trans people and alleviating the barriers that our community faces. Their programs face food scarcity, housing security and safe transportation, and mental heath.


TranSanta is a mutual aid social media campaign that connects Santas everywhere with trans youth in need. Through anonymous and safe gift-giving, trans and queer youth who are houseless, in foster care, or otherwise without vital support receive the gifts they want and the affirmation they need from people all over the world!


Let’s Talk Menopause is a national nonprofit organization invested in changing the conversation around menopause so people of all genders get the information they need and the healthcare they deserve.


Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative is a black, trans, and queer led organization that builds safety within the Atlanta community by investing in collective embodied leadership and building political power.


Somos Familia Valle is a local San Fernando Valley community organization led by trans queer people of color dedicated to support, empower, train, and mobilize our families for racial, gender, environmental, and economic justice.


St. James Infirmary is a peer-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization serving Sex Workers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. They are the first occupational health and safety clinic in the U.S. run by Sex Workers for Sex Workers!



In the month of June, a percentage of proceeds from the
entire simply® collection supported the
Marsha P. Johnson Institute.

In light of the recent changes in legislation across the US, and the continued threat to LGBTQIA+ rights and freedoms, we added Equality Florida as an additional benefactor for a portion of Pride month proceeds from all simply® collection sales!



HIPS promotes the health, rights, and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by sexual exchange and/or drug use due to choice, coercion, or circumstance. They provide compassionate harm reduction services, advocacy, and community engagement that is respectful, non-judgmental, and affirms and honors individual power and agency.



Tending the Garden grew from an idea to an organization with deep roots in social justice, equity and compassionate care. In totality, Tending the Garden is for marginalized survivors who are looking for community, healing, education, and growth. They strive to provide support to the community through retreat, workshops, live events and resources.




Blast n Scrap empowers people in Colorado by sponsoring multi-media festivals & education programs focused on mutual aid, harm reduction, & community resources.



The L-Project promotes and supports emerging LGBTQI BI+POC women and non-binary creatives through the arts and technology.



Since 1972, Covenant House has opened its doors to over 1.5 million young people experiencing homelessness and trafficking, including LGBTQIA+ youth.

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