LGBTQ artist Jumper Maybach is putting his talent in service of The Trevor Project for the month of February.
Maybach is based in Houston, Texas and will be donating 10% of sales from items sold through his website including art and accessories (excluding giclées and original artwork) for the entire month of February.
This initiative is part of Maybach’s “month of love” in which the artist is giving away great prizes every day until the end of the month—and one grand prize winner will receive an exclusive, signed giclee! You can enter once every day to increase your chances to win the bold style of Jumper Maybach, just visit https://jumpermaybach.com/pages/month-of-love-2022.
About The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people. The Trevor Project offers a suite of 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention programs, including TrevorLifeline, TrevorText, and TrevorChat as well as the world’s largest safe space social networking site for LGBTQ youth, TrevorSpace.
Trevor also operates an education program with resources for youth-serving adults and organizations, an advocacy department fighting for pro-LGBTQ legislation and against anti-LGBTQ rhetoric/policy positions, and a research team to discover the most effective means to help young LGBTQ people in crisis and end suicide.
About Jumper Maybach
Jumper Maybach, born Ben Workman in 1963, is an American artist originally from Corpus Christi, Texas. Dubbed the Jackson Pollock of the 21st century, Jumper’s constant evolution of color and bold mixing of techniques is the artist’s unique and vivid way of expressing freedom, love and acceptance. Every stroke of the brush, application of paint and product design that emerges is a true work of art—and every piece of art stands against bullying and intolerance in the world.