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Lisa Vanderpump Supports The Trevor Project

BY: Trevor News
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Bravo’s Lisa Vanderpump, who you’ve probably heard of from the smash series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules, filmed an important PSA for The Trevor Project today in support of LGBTQ young people.

“I know how important it is for LGBTQ youth to get the support they deserve,” she said. “The Trevor Project is always here for you 24/7.”

Last year, The Trevor Project served over 68,000 calls, texts, and chats from LGBTQ youth in crisis. But there are many more young people who could benefit from our services, which is why TrevorText and TrevorChat are now available 24/7: to meet LGBTQ youth whenever and wherever they are. Together, we can build a future where every LGBTQ young person knows they are valid, loved, and worthy of dignity.

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