The Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts are celebrating Pride month with the release of the new Rainbow Disney collection, according to the Disney Parks Blog.

  • The colorful new collection is inspired by the diversity of Disney fans around the world and is available now.
  • From now through June 30, for every item from the Rainbow Disney collection purchased, Disney will donate 10% of the proceeds to GLSEN, the leading education organization working to create safe and inclusive K-12 schools for LGBTQ students.
  • The collection will include colorful T-shirts, pins, and jewelry, rainbow Mickey Mouse ear hats and Minnie Mouse ear headbands.
  • The collection can be found at Disney Showcase, Gag Factory, World of Disney, and other locations at Disneyland Resort in California, and Emporium, Mouse Gear, Island Mercantile, and more at Walt Disney World Resort.
  • For those who can’t make it to the parks, it can also be found online at
  • There will however, be park-exclusive items, like the D-Tech phone case in the gallery below.

ICYMI – More Disney Parks news:

  • The Disney Parks Blog has revealed a few more details about what guests can explore at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge using the Play Disney Parks app.
  • Disneyland Resort is gearing up for summer with new menu offerings and a unique dining experience at their hotels.
  • Disney Parks and Cruise Line guests will be among the first audiences to get a sneak peek at Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4. For a limited time this spring and summer, guests can previews scenes from the upcoming film before it hits theatres on June 21.
  • Construction is moving along nicely at Walt Disney World as Magic Kingdom prepares to welcome a TRON attraction to Tomorrowland. Disney shared a video of the recent progress being made on the park’s new ride.


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