In Boston, we launched our “Tonight we’re gonna do a little better” pre-show service projects. Huge thanks to Roadrunner, Bleachers, and the fans that came together to pack over 400 care packages full of essential items for Y2Y to support youth...
We were invited out to the Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion shows at SXSW to amplify the organizations serving trans youth (and the LGBTQ community) in Texas and talk to folks about trans issues in Texas.
We joined Saddest Factory Records and their artists for their showcase at SXSW and invited out Transgender Education Network of Texas and Equality Texas to table and talk to fans about how they can support the trans community in Texas.
We joined Nettwerk and their artists for their showcase at SXSW and invited out Transgender Education Network of Texas and Equality Texas to table and talk to folks about the state of trans rights in Texas.
Before the Drive-By Truckers show in Tulsa, fans came together to pack care kits for Youth Services of Tulsa to support youth experiencing homelessness in the Tulsa area.
Working with Propeller, Planned Parenthood and Soles 4 Souls we hit the road with the Front Bottoms to raise money and awareness for LGBTQ Youth, reproductive healthcare and access to clothing.
TAC worked with HAIM to encourage fans to take action to support LGBTQ youth by giving away a signed guitar and two tickets to the All Things Go music festival.
We joined Frank Turner at the fourth Lost Evenings Festival in London, UK. The four day festival included incredible music, panels about music, activism, gender equity and other amazing topics, a service project with a local food bank, and nightly raffles that...
Shadow of the City in Asbury Park, NJ was a blast – we invited out local New Jersey LGBTQ organizations like Garden State Equality and Headcount registered 290 fans to vote. We raised over $9K to support the organizations on the ground in Texas fighting the...
Working with the Foo Fighters, we supported LGBTQ youth by supporting Safe Place for Youth and Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles.
Shequida led a conversation with Kat Cunning, Ryland James and Nora Huppert from Lambda Legal.
Claud and Frances Forever talked with Headcount about the challenges of voting when trans and nonbinary.