• Turn Up the Love

    Turn Up Great LGBTQ Entertainment and Music​

    More than a hashtag, this is a campaign to turn up love and acceptance for LGBTQ youth, turn down hate, and turn up great entertainment and music! Share your messages of love and acceptance all year long using #TurnUpTheLove on social media. Because love and kindness are always in season. Search #TurnUpTheLove and @ATT for exciting announcements all summer long.

  • Turn Up the Conversation

    We've teamed up with Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons and some of the LGBTQ community's most electric creators to create a series that fosters more open communication to help individuals transition from feelings of isolation to belonging, from division to unity, from hatred to love.

  • LOVELOUD

    The second annual LOVELOUD Festival powered by AT&T takes place at the Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT. Founded by Imagine Dragons front man Dan Reynolds, LOVELOUD is designed to ignite the relevant and vital conversation of what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support LGBTQ+ youth in our communities. The festival will be livestreamed on Twitter, att.com/turnupthelove and the AT&T Thanks app.

  • The Trevor Project

    As a longtime supporter of the LGBTQ community, AT&T is proud to announce a multi-year partnership with The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth. A contribution of $1,000,000 plus AT&T products and services will aid the organization’s expansion to serve more LGBTQ youth in crisis.

  • Alone in the Game

    Despite growing acceptance, sports continues to be an unsettling environment for many LGBTQ people on and off the field. This powerful documentary enters into the world of sports and examines this major dilemma - capturing rarely seen stories of struggle, perseverance, and triumph. Premieres on AUDIENCE Thursday, June 28th at 8pm ET/PT

AT&T Makes Game-Changing Contribution to The Trevor Project

AT&T’s $1 million contribution is the single largest in The Trevor Project’s 20-year history. It will help even more LGBTQ youth experiencing a crisis or contemplating self-harm connect with The Trevor Project’s trained and caring crisis counselors.

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