AT&T Makes Historic Commitment to Help Power The Trevor Project

AT&T and The Trevor Project have partnered to ensure LGBTQ youth in crisis know that they are loved and never alone. AT&T is helping to power the expansion of The Trevor Project’s crisis services to reach even more LGBTQ youth with a $1 million commitment, the single largest in The Trevor Project’s 20-year history.

The partnership will educate youth and their families about The Trevor Project’s crisis intervention and suicide prevention services, and share the importance of loving and supporting the LGBTQ youth in their lives. AT&T’s commitment to The Trevor Project is just the latest in its exceptional history of supporting the LGBTQ community. In 1975, AT&T was one of the very first American companies to prohibit discrimination against employees based on sexual orientation.

Look for The Trevor Project + AT&T at LOVELOUD Fest — Livestream July 28


At this year’s LOVELOUD music festival, The Trevor Project will host an inspiring on-site activation powered by AT&T for attendees to showcase their support for LGBTQ youth, reminding them that they are loved and never alone. Stream the festival live on Twitter @ATT to see live performances by Imagine Dragons, Zedd, Mike Shinoda, Grace VanderWaal, Tyler Glenn, Vagabon, and A.W. on July 28 in Salt Lake City.

Watch the livestream on Twitter starting July 28, 2018

LOVELOUD fest was created in 2017 by Dan Reynolds, the lead singer of Imagine Dragons, to help ignite the relevant and vital conversation of what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support LGBTQ+ youth in an effort to keep families together and save LGBTQ lives.

Wango Tango

Lance Bass joined The Trevor Project and AT&T to kick off Pride Month 2018 on-stage at iHeartRadio Wango Tango. AT&T also asked fans to show off their pride at the Wango Tango Village with its colorful Turn Up the Love pavilion promoting The Trevor Project partnership:

AT&T and LGBTQ Celebs Support Trevor

AT&T's $1 Million Commitment to Trevor