The food chain, which recently announced plans to triple its US presence by 2030, has collaborated with the Happy Hippie Foundation for the second year in a row to support Pride month, which runs until the end of June.
"HAPPY PRIDE MONTH! At By Chloe, we believe LOVE IS LOVE," its website states.
"We are huge fans of Miley (added bonus, she’s plant-based!) and are honored to be partnering with an organization that is making a difference in the lives of so many LGBTQ youths."
In a Q&A with By Chloe last year, the LGBTQ charity said: "While Happy Hippie is extra proud during June, our work to provide LGBTQ youth with the resources and services they need goes on every day.
"Your support and partnership mean thousands of LGBTQ youth have mental health services, support groups and basic needs like food and clothing, especially as LGBTQ youth experience disproportionately high rates of poverty and homelessness.
"Every donation matters, as 100 percent of donations to the Happy Hippie Foundation benefit youth in need, as all of our operating costs are covered privately."
Click here to donate to the Happy Hippie Foundation
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