Tons of celebrities and advocacy groups went purple for Spirit Day on Thursday in support of the LGBTQ youth, and Adam Lambert was one of the many.
In case you don’t know what Spirit Day is all about, it’s a day where people highlight the serious issues of bullying and the impact it has on LGBTQ youth. This day shows LGBTQ youth that they are NOT ALONE.
“In honor of #SpiritDay, I’m raising money for @GLAAD!! Join me in taking a stand against LGBTQ bullying and supporting inclusion. Don’t forget to go purple today too!!,” Adam tweeted along with this link. https://t.co/xtnPK6t7ex
In honor of #SpiritDay, I’m raising money for @GLAAD!! Join me in taking a stand against LGBTQ bullying and supporting inclusion ???? Don’t forget to go purple today too!! https://t.co/xtnPK6t7ex pic.twitter.com/Zgul5kDat8
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) October 18, 2018
By the end of Thursday, Adam raised $11,808 of his $8,000 goal thanks to 284 people so far. YES, he surpassed his goal! You can still help and donate by clicking this link: https://t.co/xtnPK6t7ex
Anything helps. Even if you’re simply spreading the word by word of mouth, a share on Facebook, a repost on Instagram, or a retweet on Twitter.