VIDEO: Adam Lambert Announces 'Intimate Gig' to Benefit Trevor Project
American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert has just teamed up with AT&T and the Trevor Project for the "Live Proud," a campaign, designed to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and the LGBTQ community.
The singer has announced a contest offering a unique opportunity to take part in an intimate concert in Los Angeles. Fans may submit an image or story that represents an AT&T "Live Proud" moment in order to enter for a chance to win the AT&T VIP experience with Adam Lambert.
In addition, AT&T will contribute at least $25,000 and up to $50,000 to the Trevor Project, an organization that focuses on both crisis Intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. The contest runs through June 30, and participants can like the AT&T Live Proud Facebook, which will lead to AT&T donating a dollar to the Project. They can also RT @ATT, @TrevorProject or @adamlambert in tweet that mentions #attliveproud and AT&T will donate 50 cents to The Trevor Project.
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