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The Trevor Project's mission to stop suicide in LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) youth will benefit from two star-studded events this weekend.

On Sunday, June 26, “Style Your Life, Live Your Style” will celebrate the lives that have been saved by the Trevor Project and the It Gets Better campaign through fashion, music, and cocktails.

At this time confirmed attendees include Max Adler, (Glee); Tanya Chisholm, (Nickelodeon); Tamra Barney, (Real Housewives of Orange County); Valery Ortiz, (On the Up and South of Nowhere), Skyler Stonestreet, (Pop Artist); David Collins, Producer; and various other agents, producers, directors and designers.

The event takes place from 5:00-9:00pm at the 8707 Salon in West Hollywood, California. Find out more from the flyer below.

Then, on Monday June 27, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe will receive the Trevor Hero Award at Trevor Live in NYC, an evening of irreverent comedy, music and awards in support of the life-saving work of The Trevor Project.

“The fact that they think of what I’ve done by promoting awareness of the Trevor Project itself and the issues that it works to promote and help is a great honor…the people that are doing the heroic things are the people answering phones 24 hours a day in the Trevor call centers,” Daniel said about the award. “I think that out of everything that I have done so far in my career, I think this is absolutely one of the most important, if not the most important, thing that I’m associated with.”

Expected to attend the event are Robin Williams, Kelly Ripa, Amy Poehler, Janeane Garofalo, Mark Consuelos, Don Lemon, Brad Goreski and Johnny Weir.

Trevor Live takes place at Capitale NYC, and more information can be found here.

Style Your Life Live Your Style
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