Part of why we started Jonny's Place was to contribute to making the world a happier and safer place, for all

Below is information regarding the gun safety and LGBTQIA+ initiatives we support, and some information on how to get involved!

Everytown for Gun Safety

Every day, 120 people in the United States are killed with guns. Sandy Hook, Aurora, Las Vegas, Orlando - enough is enough.

Everytown is the largest gun violence prevention organization in America and builds awareness about gun violence in an effort to encourage reasonable gun-related legislation.

Harry Styles partnered with Everytown to promote their message during Love on Tour US. We support Everytown and encourage you to as well - for a safer country, for everyone.

Trans Lifeline

It is an already proven fact that trans persons are more likely than others to be attacked, mentally abused and killed. These issues, and many others, contribute to a higher-than-average suicide rate amongst trans persons.

Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans persons in crisis. The initiative is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support and resources they need to survive and thrive.

Center for Black Equity

The Center for Black Equity believes that all human beings have a right to live without fear of racism, homophobia, sexism, ageism, bigotry and prejudice. That ALL human beings have a right to affordable and quality health care, education, housing and a livable wage. We agree.

The Center for Black Equity seeks to build a global network of LBGTQIA+ individuals, allies, community-based organizations and Prides dedicated to achieving equality and social justice for Black LBGTQIA+ communities through economic, health and social equity.

The Trevor Project

Over 1.8 million LGTBQIA+ youth seriously contemplate suicide in the United States each year. The Trevor Project's mission is to end suicide among LGBTQIA+ youth, one of the most vulnerable demographics in the nation.

They provide crisis counseling services to LGBTQIA+ youth in crisis and engage in research, education and advocacy to create a more accepting world for all. They have conducted over 250,000 calls, chats and text with youth in crisis in the past year.