On December 2, some of the biggest names in entertainment will gather for the annual “Trevor Live,” benefit, an event supporting the LGBT suicide prevention group, The Trevor Project. Katy Perry, Adam Shankman, Amy Poehler, and Jane Lynch are just a few of the celebs slated to attend.
“This year’s ‘Trevor Live’ promises to be an incredible event with sponsors, honorees, and performers who believe in the mission of The Trevor Project and want every young person to have the future they deserve,” Abbe Land, Executive Director and CEO of The Trevor Project, said in a statement. “The corporations that support The Trevor Project make it easy for LGBT people to live, work and be proud of who they are.”
The night of music, comedy, and entertainment will also feature performances and appearances by Christa B. Allen, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Dot Marie Jones, Ricki Lake, Ashley Madekwe, Gabriel Mann, Kevin McHale, Matthew Morrison, Dermot Mulroney, Connor Paolo, Zachary Quinto, Kayla Radomski, Andrew Rannells, Jessica Sanchez, Brittany Snow, and Bebe Wood.
Katy Perry will receive The Trevor Hero Award, while Audi will receive the Trevor 2020 Award.
“Embracing a progressive attitude is extremely important to Audi, and we believe it is crucial to honor and celebrate all backgrounds that make up the rich fabric of our employees, families, and the communities in which we work and live,” said Michael Patrick, Media and Entertainment Communications with Audi of America.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people under 24. The Trevor Project serves the LGBT community through free and confidential lifeline and instant messaging services, in-school workshops, educational materials, online resources, advocacy, and more.