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lululemon's Partnership with The Trevor Advances the Wellbeing and Health Equity of LGBTQ+ youth

BY: Trevor News

We are partnering with lululemon to advance the wellbeing and improve the health equity of LGBTQ+ youth. The Trevor Project was announced as a national partner of the lululemon Centre for Social Impact when it was launched in October 2021.

Support from lululemon in the amount of $3 million is helping The Trevor Project to scale our work and provide more LGBTQ+ youth with targeted suicide prevention and crisis intervention services, in addition to advancing our crucial advocacy work. As a transformative partner in Expansion & Advocacy, lululemon is continuing to support The Trevor Project in two of its most impactful initiatives for expansion since its founding in 1998: our partnership with 988 (the largest crisis hotline offering in the United States since the creation of 911 emergency services) and our international expansion to Mexico.

We are thrilled to have lululemon’s partnership in supporting our work. Guided by the foundational belief that everyone has the right to be well, we will work together to achieve impact at scale and save more young LGBTQ+ lives.

Learn more about the lululemon Centre for Social Impact here.

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