Lauren Jauregui and Deborah Cox are set to perform at the 2018 Los Angeles TrevorLive gala on Dec. 2 in support of the nonprofit’s mission to end suicide in the LGBTQ youth community.
“I’m honored to be joining fellow LGBTQ activists as we celebrate the work of The Trevor Project over the past 20 years,” Jauregui said in a statement. “Every single young person has the right to live a life full of love and compassion without discrimination. TrevorLive will be an evening of looking toward a brighter future and further using our voice to make a difference.”
Cox echoed her excitement: “I have such great love for the LGBTQ community and I am truly honored to be a part of such an important evening and join in supporting the crucial life-saving work of The Trevor Project.”
Actress Amandla Steinberg, Ryan Murphy and the entire cast of Pose will be honored at the event.
The Trevor Project is a nonprofit organization working to ensure that LGBTQ youth have the resources and places they need in times of crisis, with the ultimate goal of reducing overall youth suicide rates. A few services offered on the official website include The Trevor Hotline, online educational workshops, news blogs and more.