Celebrating Pride 2020: New Masks on Sale, to Benefit The Trevor Project
NATCA is celebrating Pride Month by offering NATCA logo Pride masks in the NATCA Store . Proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project, a national nonprofit that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ young people. One out of six students nationwide seriously considered suicide in the past year. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among young people ages 10 to 24, and LGBTQ+ youth contemplate suicide at three times the rate of heterosexual youth. Trevor aims to always be there for youth in crisis with a clear message: they should be proud of who they are, and they are not alone.
The 2020 Pride masks are constructed from 5.0 oz 100% moisture-wicking polyester, and come with five charcoal filter inserts. They’re union-made in the U.S. and union-printed. The $15 cost includes shipping.
The NATCA Charitable Foundation (NCF) will match the dollars raised with an additional $2,000 donation to The Trevor Project. In 2019, with NATCA members participating in local Pride events in Washington, D.C., Indianapolis, Chicago, and San Francisco, NATCA distributed and raised $6,700 for Trevor.
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