Global superstar Adam Lambert has launched the Feel Something Foundation (FSF), which aims to support LGBTQ+ organisations that are “moving the needle for communities of all ages and backgrounds.”
As a member of the LGBTQ+ community himself, and having witnessed first-hand the issues that other people in the community continue to face in all areas of life, Adam is no stranger when in comes to engaging in LGBTQ+ activism.
However, the launch of this foundation, which shares its name with Adam’s 2019 single, will allow Adam to make a further difference to the lives of others. FSF will work directly with charities that have a mission or project which focuses on issues which impact the LGBTQ+ community including education and the arts, homelessness, suicide prevention and mental health.
It is FSF’s hope to see “LGBTQ+ communities of all ages and backgrounds enjoy full human rights within a fully-inclusive society”, alongside abolishing the term ‘coming out’ as a term used to define someone simply being themselves.
FSF will be funded through personal charitable contributions of its founder and directors, in addition to support from public fundraisers, awareness campaigns, events and initiatives.
The first fundraiser will be launched in a few weeks, with an online clothing auction of some of Adam’s best looks. If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on one of the artist’s outfits then you’ll soon be able to do so whilst also raising money for a very worthy cause.
The first charities to receive support from FSF will be chosen based on those Adam has worked with previously. They’ll also be charities which support and empower LGBTQ+ communities whilst standing for the impactful messages of the Feel Something Foundation.