TrevorLIVE and #ThisisMe: Paving The Way for Brighter LGBTQ Futures

Right now, LGBTQ youth are seeing that they have to struggle for rights and opportunities that seem so basic, including the freedom to gather with […]


Grammy Winner Rob Thomas Honored with The Ally Award at Taste of The City

In April, we celebrated our lifesaving work with over 500 supporters at Trevor NextGen New York’s annual fundraiser, Taste of The City: Spring Fling 2016. […]


Support Trevor at United Relay: History’s Biggest Coast-to-Coast Challenge

Starting in May, The Trevor Project is joining 9,000 runners in a race across the United States. Help save young LGBTQ lives in the biggest […]


Trevor Hosts Students for Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break: The Trevor Project – Kizoa Video Editor – Movie Maker In March, The Trevor Project’s Community Engagement and Outreach team organized activities […]


Corporate Spotlight: Baxter International

Over the last few years, we have experienced a surge in the need for our digital program, TrevorChat.  With the mission to expand access to […]


Moments to Remember: TrevorLIVE Los Angeles

On December 6, 2015 at The Hollywood Palladium, celebrities and supporters gathered to raise over 1.1 million dollars towards The Trevor Project’s suicide prevention and […]


Corporate Spotlight: Astellas

When The Trevor Project set out to expand suicide prevention and crisis intervention services in the Midwest last year, global pharmaceutical company Astellas was simultaneously looking to […]


Celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Week

During National Volunteer Appreciation Week, The Trevor Project’s staff celebrated our amazing volunteers with awards, social media features, and enormous gratitude. In New York, staff […]


Corporate Partner Spotlight: Toyota

This past February, Toyota stepped out to support The Trevor Project once again when they raffled off a Scion FR-S to benefit our life-saving work. […]


Celebrate Kindness

#CelebrateKindness During GLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week 2015

January 19 through January 23 is GLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week (#NNCW15), and if you have 30 minutes and a computer, you can help foster respect, inclusion, and […]