Donate Tuck Kits with #IGiveATuck Donate Tuck Kits with #IGiveATuck

Donate Tuck Kits with #IGiveATuck

By M. Bleistern

Donate Tuck Kits with #IGiveATuck Donate Tuck Kits with #IGiveATuck

Originally launched for PRIDE 2021, we've extended our #IGiveATuck Instagram donation campaign. Here's how it works:

Post one, and Unclockable will give one.

Our trans siblings need YOUR help... Help us in the effort to Give A Tuck! 👏For every gender positive Instagram post using the hashtag #IGiveATuck mentioning @unclockableyou, we’ll donate a Tuck Kit to those who need it. 🏳️‍⚧️🏳️‍🌈 ⁠we’re also donating a Tuck Kit for every order placed in June 🙌⁠

🤔Why are we doing this? Because access to gender-affirming shapewear is literally lifesaving. ⁠

Trans and non-binary folx with access to tools such as binders, shapewear, and gender-affirming clothing reported lower rates of self-harm in the past year compared to those without access to these essentials. It’s clear that not everyone has access to the personal care items they need.⁠

Throughout June, we will be shouting out your posts! Make sure you use #IGiveATuck and mention us at @unclockableyou for a chance to be featured, and of course so that we can make your donation count 🙌⁠

To distribute the Tuck Kits, we’ve partnered with two pioneering non-profits in Oregon and South Carolina. Big thank you to The Sexual & Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC - @smyrcpdx) and We Are Family Charleston (@wearefamilycharleston) for their help to distribute the Tuck Kits coast-to-coast in the US.⁠

Join us in supporting our trans siblings with access to safe, dignified, and gender-affirming self care options!⁠

To donate Tuc⁠k Kits, join us on Instagram with #IGiveATuck ! For every post we count, we will donate a Tuck Kit to someone in need.

Products provided under the care of a parent or guardian, and/or under the supervision of a doctor. Unclockable recommends use only by those 18 and older. Donations made at Unclockable's discretion.


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