Hey, it’s Chris and Scott Evans and we’re urging you to support the It Gets Better Project this #GivingTuesday.
Over the last year, we’ve seen LGBTQ+ youth targeted at an alarming rate. More than 300 bills have been introduced around the country aiming to strip LGBTQ+ kids of their basic rights. Less than two weeks ago when five people were killed and 19 more injured in a shooting in Club Q in Colorado Springs, several lawmakers responded with their typical thoughts and prayers.
This is the time to step up and be an ally — to ensure LGBTQ+ young people are surrounded by a community that supports and uplifts them unconditionally.
The It Gets Better Project uses media, storytelling, and educational resources to uplift, empower and connect LGBTQ+ around the globe. Their work is helping to equip kids with the skills to make their communities better, counter negativity, and stand up against bigotry. And the It Gets Better Project isn’t just doing this life-saving work in the United States. Its global affiliate program is working on behalf of LGBTQ+ in 19 countries worldwide.
We know there are a ton of worthy causes you can support on #GivingTuesday, but we’re encouraging you to make an investment in LGBTQ+ youth today. Join us in helping the It Gets Better Project to raise $20K by midnight. These kids are the future, and with your support, their future can look bright.
Thanks for helping us make it better.
Chris Evans and Scott Evans
Chris and Scott Evans are brothers. Chris Evans’ most recently appeared in Lightyear and The Gray Man and will next be seen in the film Red One. Scott Evans appeared in the film Almost Love and TV’s Grace & Frankie and will next be seen in the film Barbie.