The Trevor Project is honored to be selected by AT&T to participate in an online competition called “Brackets for Good” which works very similarly to how NCAA basketball teams advance through the March Madness tournament. With all the stress that the world is serving us right now, The Trevor Project sees this as an excellent way to put our energy into creating positive change by supporting LGBTQ+ youth.
The way the Trevor Project wins Brackets for Good is by advancing through the brackets based on donations. Every dollar donated equals a point for Trevor. You can help Trevor advance by putting your points on the board! Every dollar you donate moves us closer to our goal. Get in the game and help us win!
The first round of the tournament has already ended and we’ve made it to the next bracket! With your help we can advance to the next round and even go as far as winning the championship and a $100,000 grant from AT&T. A grant of this size would help us provide additional days each week of TrevorText and TrevorChat, our free, confidential and secure service in which LGBTQ young people can text or chat with a highly-trained Trevor counselor for support and crisis intervention.
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Want to support LGBTQ+ youth? Donate to our @BracketsForGood campaign to help @TrevorProject win the championship!