The Skittles brand is reintroducing Pride Packs in support of Pride Month in June.

For the second year, Skittles is releasing limited-edition packs featuring gray packaging and gray candies to draw attention to the rainbow symbolizing the LGBTQ+ community. 

The brand is also partnering with GLAAD, the world's leading LGBTQ+ media advocacy group. During the month of June, $1 per pack purchased will be donated to GLAAD, up to $100,000.

"Skittles is passionate about advocating for the LGBTQ+ community, which is why we have chosen to bring back Skittles Pride Packs as a symbol of our cemented efforts and support for the community,” said Sarah Ling, chief marketing officer, Mars Wrigley North America. “Through the return of Skittles Pride Packs, we emphasize our commitment to not only being a great place to work, where all associates can feel seen and accepted, but also our commitment to people in our communities by continuing to shape a world that is connected, caring and celebratory. We are thrilled to continue our partnership with GLAAD to support the important work they do year-round. Skittles giving up their rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs, and we're excited to use our platform to do our part in driving visibility for the LGBTQ+ community, creating better moments and more smiles."

The limited-edition packs will be available for purchase in 4-oz. share-size and 15.6-oz. resealable standup pouches. While the usual colors won’t appear on the packaging and candies, Pride Packs will feature the original five fruity flavors of Strawberry, Orange, Grape, Green Apple and Lemon. 

Skittles Pride Packs will be available for purchase beginning mid-May on, and in Target stores. Additional availability in-store at select Walmart, Kroger, Albertson's and other retail locations nationwide will begin at the end of May and into early June.

In addition to Skittles Pride packs, Skittles is planning to support the LGBTQ+ community in other ways throughout the month of June and later in the year. More details on what the brand will be doing will be announced at a later date.

"For another year, Skittles is giving up its traditional rainbow colors for Pride Month, highlighting its ongoing commitment to supporting and uplifting the LGBTQ community," said John McCourt, GLAAD senior director. "Visibility from beloved brands like Skittles has a powerful and unique opportunity to reach parents and young Americans with calls to stand with LGBTQ people during Pride month and beyond. The proceeds from the Skittles Pride Packs will help to support GLAAD's culture-changing work and programs, including our ongoing efforts to work through media to combat anti-LGBTQ discrimination."