July 21, 2019 Newsletter

Trevor News

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“It’s rewarding to help someone find hope when they don't see any.”

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🎓 High school valedictorian comes out during graduation speech

Mason Bleu, a New York high school graduate, is proud of his bisexuality and shared that with the world during his valedictory speech. We’re proud of you too, Mason!

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🚲 Thank you to Pride sponsor SoulCycle

The Trevor Project thanks SoulCycle for their continued support through the 2019 Pride season. Not only did SoulCycle donate $100,000 to support our work, but they also hosted a workshop for employees on LGBTQ Inclusion with The Trevor Project's education team. Thank you for commemorating World Pride and Stonewall’s 50th anniversary with us and supporting our initiatives!

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