The Trevor Project Celebrates Transgender Awareness Month

In a climate of fear, one of the most empowering things we can do is to educate.  Change and the unknown are scary, and fearful […]


Alarming Rise in Death by Suicide Among 10-14 Year Old Youth

Data released in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Morbidity and Mortality Report shows that the rate of death by suicide among adolescents, […]


LGBTQ History Month

For LGBTQ History Month, The Trevor Project is highlighting a few key civil rights activists who helped to pave the way for a more inclusive […]


Celebrating Pride 2016 with Trevor

Trevor Pride 2016 – Kizoa Video Editor – Movie Maker Throughout the month of June, from Los Angeles to New York, Trevor celebrated Pride Month […]


The Lifeguard Workshop: Trevor’s New Online Education Resource

At The Trevor Project, we know one supportive person can make a difference in an LGBTQ young person’s life. We also know that it can […]


Trevor Helps Introduce the D.C. Youth Suicide Prevention & School Climate Survey Act

According to the Centers for Disease Control’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2012, nearly 15% of the District of Columbia’s students ages 11-17 had contemplated suicide […]


Black History Month

As a son of former slaves, historian and scholar Carter G. Woodson of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History established the second week […]


MLK Day: A Time to Be of Service

As one of the greatest leaders in the advancement of civil rights, Martin Luther King Jr. combatted racial inequality with radical nonviolence, a protest tactic […]


Supporting World AIDS Day

  On World AIDS Day, we take a moment to reflect on how we can support those who are currently living with HIV and those […]


Building Resilience and Community During Transgender Awareness Week

From November 14-20, people across the world come together, building community around Transgender Awareness Week. This is a time to not only help raise visibility […]