Support the Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LBGTQ youth.
The Trevor Project is a 19-year-old organization that sprung from the Academy Award-winning short film Trevor, about a gay teenager who struggles with his identity. It provides the only nationwide 24/7 crisis and suicide prevention hotline geared to LBGTQ youth.
Since the 2016 election, the Trevor Lifeline has had its hands full, and traffic spiked again after Trump’s tweet about banning transgender troops from the military. The Trevor Project is a worthy org that needs your support.
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