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Partnerships

The Trevor Project and the PwC Charitable Foundation Receive PR News Award for Innovative Collaboration

The Trevor Project strives to reach the 1.8 million LGBTQ young people who seriously consider suicide every year in the United States — it is imperative to our mission of ending suicide among LGBTQ young people. Collaborations, like the one between The Trevor Project and the PwC Charitable Foundation, make our mission possible by innovating and advancing the methods we use to reach and assist these young people. This collaboration, which was recently awarded a PR News Award for Corporate & Non-Profit Partnership, allowed The Trevor Project to transform its technology infrastructure, volunteer recruitment methods, and best-in-class data security and…
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The Trevor Project Honored as a 2021 Classy Award Winner

We are thrilled that The Trevor Project has been honored as a 2021 Classy Award Winner in the Social Innovation category! Hosted by Classy, a giving experience platform that enables nonprofits to connect supporters with the causes they care about, the Classy Awards honor today’s most innovative nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. Now in its 8th year, the Classy Awards is one of the largest social impact awards in the country, celebrating the world-changing work of the social sector.  Of the 1,400 organizations that participated this year, we’re proud to share that The Trevor Project has been recognized for our…
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Macy’s Raises More Than $1.7M to Help The Trevor Project Expand its Services for LGBTQ Youth

Macy’s becomes The Trevor Project’s largest 2021 Pride partner through ‘Pride + Joy’ campaign  New York, NY – The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people, announced today that Macy’s raised more than $1.7 million through its ‘Pride + Joy’ campaign, becoming the organization’s largest 2021 Pride partner. The funds will help The Trevor Project scale its crisis services operations to reach a higher volume of the 1.8 million LGBTQ young people estimated to seriously consider suicide each year in the U.S.  Together with its customers and colleagues, in celebration of National LGBTQ…