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.
TAC worked with Reverb to set up an official Reverb shop and sell one-of-a-kind guitars, including an acoustic guitar played by Jack Antonoff, acoustic owned by Bob Saget, and three Gibson electric guitars signed by talent from TAC’s last three talent shows. Shop...
In honor of International Trans Day of Visibility, singer-songwriter and theatre artist Benjamin Scheuer released “I Am Samantha,” a new track that recounts the real-life journey a transgender woman he met and befriended at a coffeeshop in New York City Stream the...
IV Jay released her single, Love Song, with a portion of the proceeds from the song being donated to TAC to support our work with LGBTQ youth. Stream the music video here.
American Express and the Center for Creative Leadership brought together 72 emerging social purpose leaders together in New York for the American Express Leadership Academy. The Ally Coalition nominated numerous LGBTQ young leaders and secured 16 placements for the...
The Ally Coalition has worked with Bombas on multiple projects in 2019 through donations to local partners, the NYC World Pride Parade, and more. Bombas has donated over 100,000 socks more to aid the homeless LGBTQ+ community through our partnership, donating to over 23 of TAC’s local partner non-profits serving the LGBTQ community.
The Ally Coalition helped InstaCart identify service centers and shelters in three major office locations — Larkin Street Youth in San Francisco, the Living Room in Atlanta, and The 519 in Toronto. InstaCart employees collected non-perishable grocery items via the...
To celebrate Pride, The Ally Coalition partnered with Chipotle to provide funds to community partners in 14 different cities serving the LGBTQ youth.
Powered by Microsoft AI and in partnership with NYC Pride and St. Vincent, The Ally Coalition created Feel the Pride, a community-powered experience that brought together voices from the LGBTQIA+ community and transformed them into a dynamic tapestry of light and...
To celebrate Pride in 2019, Walk The Moon released a collection of Pride items with a portion of the proceeds being donated to The Ally Coalition.
The Ally Coalition collaborated with small businesses on Etsy to launch collections for Pride Month and raise money to support TAC’s local partners. By selling various handmade rainbow products in celebration of Pride Month, small shops donated a portion of the proceeds of the sales to The Ally Coalition to support our work.
Lovelytheband released a special edition rainbow lips t-shirt with a portion of the proceeds being donated to The Ally Coalition in celebration of pride and their commitment to the LGBTQ community.
On April 17th, Wingtip released a single, Broken Bones. A portion of the proceeds from both the video and song was donated to the Ally Coalition to support our work and LGBTQ youth across the country.
On February 22nd, the Trump Administration rescinded previous guidelines protecting trans students in public schools. In response, New York Times’ bestselling author, JANET MOCK, and THE ALLY COALITION have partnered to create the #DearBetsyDevos campaign.
Under the campaign name #TXTogether, more than 140 musicians and creative artists have released an open letter to Texas state leaders asking them to oppose Texas’ anti-transgender Senate Bill 6 and any other anti-LGBTQ legislation being considered.
American Apparel, Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and The Ally Coalition (TAC) have launched “Make America Gay Again” (or “MAGA”), a campaign that supports LGBTQ equality in partnership with The Ally Coalition and The Human Rights Campaign (“HRC”).
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