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Harry's Proudly Supports The Trevor Project

BY: Trevor News
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This year, we’ve partnered with Harry’s on an inspiring campaign that spotlights the protective factors that positively impact mental health in the LGBTQ+ community. Throughout the month of June, Harry’s will share stories written by individuals as letters to their younger selves that reflect on an experience related to their mental health. Supporting each narrative will be insights and resources that encourage people to take action in their community and their own mental health journeys.

As part of supporting this campaign, Harry’s is donating $400,000 to The Trevor Project in 2024, bringing their total contributions to over $2.1 million. This fuels our year-round partnership with the brand, which helps us continue to expand and improve our crisis services, as well as grow awareness among marginalized communities. Together with Harry’s over the last 5 years, we’ve been able to connect nearly 1 million LBGTQ+ youth to life saving care.

Watch the campaign come to life on Instagram and learn more about Harry’s commitment to mental health here.

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