Esurance supports the Trevor Project & the LGBT community

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Alright for Esurance and their FAB new movement with The Trevor Project. The two have combined forces to launch a movement called “NTL” aka “need to talk live“. The movement urges young Americans to reach out for help via text message to friends or family when they are being bullied or are having suicidal thoughts.

“Esurance has long been an advocate for equality and inclusion, and we recognize the challenges faced by LGBTQ youth, which is why Esurance is proud to be a National Corporate Partner of The Trevor Project,” says Esurance Vice President of Marketing Darren Howard. “It’s our hope that our Facebook promotion, in support of NTL, will help raise more awareness for The Trevor Project and their life-saving, life-affirming programs for LGBTQ youth in crisis. At the same time, sharing NTL with a friend when you need to talk live is a message that transcends sexual orientation and encourages young people to have each other’s backs in times of crisis.”

This is a great gesture since so many people find it easier to WRITE their feelings down instead of saying them out loud. Kudos to the Esurance team for taking a stand against bullying!

Source: Philly Mag

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