Demi Lovato is giving back to the LGBTQ community…
The 28-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actor is teaming up with public-benefit corporation Propeller.
This week, Lovato unveiled their new campaign with Propeller to help raise money and take action on LGBTQ issues, specifically aligned with organizations like the Human Rights Campaign, the Trevor Project and the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness.
In the new campaign, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer is auctioning off outfits they’ve worn — either on tour or on television — and a vacation experience to Joshua Tree.
To enter, fans can take a number of different actions, including signing petitions for the Trevor Project’s “50 Bills 50 States” campaign to end conversion therapy in the United States, joining HRC‘s “Count Me In” initiative advocating for transgender and non-binary equality, or donating directly to these organizations.
“Pride is about celebrating and giving back to our community, and this year I want all of us to take action,” Lovato said in a statement. “With this Propeller campaign, we’ve made it easy for people to take meaningful action by engaging with critical legislation, advocating for trans and non-binary voices, and ultimately lifting up our community with support. I’ve curated some incredible prizes, but the true win for everyone will be watching the positive effects of our collective action flourish and make our community a happier, safer, and more equal place.”
To check out the numerous auction items and to learn more about Lovato’s new campaign, click here.