TAC collaborates with artists, activists, influencers, companies, and music fans to launch campaigns that drive impactful action. Harnessing the power of social media and a robust network of changemakers, TAC has engaged thousands to stand up for LGBTQ rights and support LGBTQ youth and the centers that serve them.
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.
Working with the Foo Fighters, we supported LGBTQ youth by supporting Safe Place for Youth and Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles.
TAC wrote a letter in support of the Equality Act that was signed by over 350 musicians including Elton John, Bleachers, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift. We also worked with NEAT to organize a live events teaching fans and music industry professionals to take action to...
TAC worked with Fueled by Ramen and Elektra Records artists to put together a Propeller campaign with exclusive experiences, merch and more to get fans to take action for the LGBTQ community.
We launched a campaign with mxmtoon to ask fans to buy Amazon Wishlist Items for our network of partners.
Jack’s fans donated $7,438 to TAC and collected 4,551 signatures for The Trevor Project’s Petition to end conversion therapy.
Fans purchased meet and greets from Dashboard Confessional, Sleater-Kinney, Lake Street Dive, Adeline, and more to support TAC’s new initiative funding Black and Brown LGBTQ youth.
Working with HeadCount and their Vote With Pride initiative, we had over 3,500 fans commit to casting a ballot in November.
TAC worked with Hello Merch to re-purpose artists’ backstock t-shirts by turning them into face masks and selling them to support TAC’s work.
TAC worked with Tom Bihn and the Tegan and Sara Foundation to distribute face masks to centers serving the LGBTQ community across the US.
Coinciding with PVRIS’ 'Use Me' album launch, TAC worked with the band to have fans take nearly 20,000 actions and raise over $25,000 dollars for centers serving Black LGBTQ Youth in the south.
Foreign Air donated 100% of the profits from their “World To Sing” t-shirt to support TAC's work.
LGBTQIA+ youth represent 40% of the total youth population across the US experiencing homelessness. TAC and Bombas are looking to raise awareness around this disproportionate number. That’s why over the course of Pride 2020, Bombas worked with TAC and...
TAC worked with Headcount to set up a voting initiative during Pride month, providing vital resources for the LGBTQ community and addressing unique concerns that the LGBTQ community may have when it comes to voting. Check out the page here.
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