"It's been an incredible year for LGBTQ rights. There is still a lot of work to do," says Melissa Lake, executive director of the ONEHOPE Foundation, which spearheads nonprofit partnerships. "In an effort to be a part of the solution, ONEHOPE is partnering with an LGBTQ non-profit for the first time ever."
Encased in a rainbow glitter-encrusted bottle, half the profits from the sale of each bottle of bubbly will go directly to The Trevor Project, with every four bottles funding one hour of operational costs for The Trevor Project Lifeline.
"We are very grateful to ONEHOPE for their belief in our work and their support for our efforts to save young LGBTQ lives," Abbe Land, executive director and CEO of The Trevor Project, says. "Partners like ONEHOPE make the life-saving work of The Trevor Project possible, and will enable us to be there for even more LGBTQ youth in the future."