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Supporting LGBTQIA+-Youth with The Trevor Project

At Aloft Remodeling, we believe in the power of community and the importance of giving back.

This Pride Month, we are excited to announce our partnership with The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending suicide among LGBTQIA+-young people. For the entire month of June, a portion of our remodeling project sales will be donated to The Trevor Project in honor of Pride Month. Our customers will now have the option to choose The Trevor Project from our list of nonprofit partners for Aloft to donate to on their behalf upon the completion of their remodeling project, furthering our commitment to supporting meaningful causes.

The Trevor Project: A Lifeline for LGBTQIA+-Youth

Based in West Hollywood, The Trevor Project was founded in 1998 by Celeste Lecesne, Peggy Rajski, and Randy Stone, creators of the Academy Award-winning short film “Trevor.” The film tells the story of a young gay boy named Trevor who, after facing rejection, contemplates suicide. Realizing the lack of support resources for LGBTQIA+-youth, the founders established The Trevor Project to provide crisis intervention and suicide prevention services.

Mission and Impact

The Trevor Project’s mission is clear and vital: to end suicide among LGBTQIA+-young people. Research shows that having one accepting adult can reduce the risk of suicide for LGBTQIA+-youth by 40%. The Trevor Project provides 24/7 crisis counseling through phone, text, and chat services, ensuring that young people in distress have access to immediate and confidential support.

Comprehensive Support Services

The Trevor Project offers a toll-free helpline where trained counselors provide confidential assistance to LGBTQIA+-youth. In addition to the helpline, the organization’s website provides online support and resources for young people, educators, and parents. Their services include:

Expanding Reach and Influence

Since its inception, The Trevor Project has grown significantly. Notably, in 2009, the organization partnered with the Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force, marking the first time it received public funds. This collaboration expanded The Trevor Project’s reach into schools across California, providing lifeguard workshops and essential training.

In 2021, the organization’s visibility and influence were further amplified when Carl Nassib, the first openly gay active NFL player, announced a $100,000 donation to The Trevor Project upon coming out. This high-profile endorsement highlighted the critical need for the organization’s services and inspired others to support their mission.

Our Commitment to Giving Back

Aloft Remodeling is proud to support The Trevor Project and its life-saving work. By including The Trevor Project in our list of nonprofit partners, we give our customers the power to make a difference with their remodeling project, helping to ensure that LGBTQIA+ youth have access to the support and resources they need.

Pride Month is a time to celebrate love, acceptance, and progress toward equality. It is also a time to recognize the challenges that LGBTQIA+- individuals, especially young people, continue to face. At Aloft Remodeling, we are committed to supporting organizations like The Trevor Project that work tirelessly to create a safer, more accepting world for all.

Join us in making a difference this Pride Month. Together, we can help The Trevor Project continue its essential work and provide hope to LGBTQIA+- youth everywhere.

Happy Pride Month from Aloft Remodeling!

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