The Trevor Project is a national non-profit organization devoted to suicide prevention among lesbian, gay, bisexual,…More transgender and questioning youth. The organization was founded by James Lecesne, Peggy Rajski and Randy Stone, creators of the 1994 short film, Trevor, about a gay teenager who attempts suicide.
Efforts of the organization include a 24-hour crisis intervention lifeline, an on-line community and various advocacy and educational programs. Internship and volunteering opportunities are available in the organiziation.
The Trevor Project has received support from such corporations as AT&T, Levi Strauss & Co., Wells Fargo and Google. The Trevor Project has also been advocated and supported by such celebrities as Neil Patrick Harris, James Marsden, Emma Stone, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kristin Davis, Katy Perry, Daniel Radcliffe, Kathy Griffin, Chelsea Handler and many others.