Watch how The Trevor Project is building a brighter future for LGBTQ young people.
Skyler, Tom, and Andrew
“Our daughter is not wrong. She is who she is.”
One supportive adult can be the one
In Learn with Love, we meet Skyler and her father Andrew, who is a fierce advocate for his trans daughter. When Andrew’s father, who wasn’t affirming of Skyler’s gender identity, reunited with the family, he was changed by seeing Andrew’s support, and came to see his granddaughter for who she is.
"I think it's really important that we position ourselves as learners throughout our lives."
One conversation can be the one
In our newest episode of Sharing Space, Nova Bright-Williams, Head of Internal Training at Trevor, sat down with LGBTQ young people to listen and learn about how they want to be supported and ways adults can make them feel affirmed.
“I have never seen an organization care so much about their audience and about educating all their volunteers, community, and team.”
Our donors can be the one
In addition to being a Trevor donor, Gina is an entrepreneur, experience curator, and nonprofit advocate. Her mission is to curate magical, meaningful moments for the community while amplifying the voices of creatives of color.
Abercrombie & Fitch
“Celebrating the confidence, strength, and resilience of the LGBTQ community shouldn’t begin and end with the month of June.”
Our partners can be the one
Our partners at Abercrombie & Fitch are setting a new standard for support of the LGBTQ community with their Proud Year-Round campaign. This December, they are leading the industry with the release of their first-ever winter Pride collection and are helping inform their community about how we can all Be The One for LGBTQ young people. Their gender-inclusive summer and winter Pride collections, both inspired by our year-round partnership, are designed to celebrate the joy and resilience of the LGBTQ community 24/7, 365.
Support The Trevor Project
LGBTQ young people with at least one accepting adult in their life report significantly lower rates of attempting suicide. A donation ensures young people always have that adult: The Trevor Project can connect LGBTQ young people to a supportive adult 24/7. Your gift allows us to continue our life-saving work.