P&G at Stop & Shop are coming together to celebrating Pride Month, helping shoppers feel proud of who they are and raising funds for LGBTQ+ focused organizations.
*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Stop & Shop. All opinions are my own.
How are you celebrating Pride Month in your home? While parades and indoor celebrations with friends may still be on hold, creating & discovering new dishes and celebrating Pride Month can still go on!
We are still making less trips to the grocery store and ordering more online. I love how easy Stop & Shop delivery services have made it to be able to stock up on Pride Celebration essentials without ever leaving our house.
I’m happy to to work with Stop & Shop to help shoppers celebrate Pride Month and give them the opportunity to come together and feel proud of who they are! It’s only fitting for Stop & Shop since they were named a “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality”.
How P&G and Stop & Shop are Celebrating Pride Month
P&G has partnered with Stop & Shop and chef Elizabeth Falkner. Elizabeth is sharing some of her chef secrets & favorite recipes that she makes for friends and family to celebrate Pride Month. Just like the recipes I love, Elizabeth’s recipes are easy to make right at home using ingredients you can find at your local Stop & Shop.
You can find the recipes right here: https://stopandshop.com/pride
In addition, there is a great online promotion through July 2, 2021: “Buy $15, Get Free Pickup, Buy $25, Get Free Delivery.”
Some of the great participating brands P&G has to help celebrate Pride Month festivities include:
- Always Discreet
- Old Spice
- Tide Simply
Shoppers must make a valid purchase in one transaction online from Stop & Shop. Once you make a purchase, the discount will be applied automatically at check out.
In addition to the online promotion, at check-out shoppers will have the ability to support P&G’s, Can’t Cancel Pride. Can’t Cancel Pride is designed to help raise a significant amount of funds for LGBTQ+ focused organizations who positively impact and support the LGBTQ+ community and to create a high-visibility media platform with strong consumer appeal to drive awareness of LGBTQ+ issues and community insights. Charities include: GLAAD, SAGE, the National Black Justice Coalition, CenterLink, Outright Action International and the Trevor Project.