The holiday season can be difficult for the youth we serve. It is during this time that LGBTQ youth need us the most. Like always, we will have counselors on call 24/7.
On December 1, we are participating in Giving Tuesday, the global day dedicated to giving back.
With your help, we hope to receive donations that will help 1,000 young people in crisis through our suicide prevention and crisis intervention services. To do this, we’re setting the first donation amount at $25, with the hope of engaging 1,000 donors. Involve your community in giving to our lifesaving services through thetrevorproject.org/trevortuesday.
Already we’ve seen amazing support from folks on Twitter, like one school counselor who said he supports The Trevor Project because “It’s my job and pleasure to help all to feel supported and that they are somebody…because they are.”
A nonprofit education program said they support The Trevor Project because “All youth deserve love and respect to become amazing adults.” One woman shared that she loves her wife, and she supports the future of young people so that they are able to live as she has been able to.
The Trevor Project will always be there for LGBTQ young people in crisis, and this holiday, no one should feel alone.
Thank you for joining our community of donors. When you donate, you can share your story on Twitter like the folks have done below, using the hashtags #TrevorTuesday and #GivingTuesday, along with an unselfie image we’ll send to you in your donation confirmation.
Help make a direct impact on LGBTQ youth.