PUMA Hoops has teamed up with The Trevor Project, the world’s largest crisis intervention and suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ young people, during Mental Health Awareness Month to release their debut collaboration together: the Sky Modern Trevor Project.
Since 1998, The Trevor Project has specialized in providing free crisis counseling to LGBTQ youth across the country. The partnership between The Trevor Project and PUMA is a multi-year partnership aimed at promoting and supporting LGBTQ youth participation in sports.
PUMA and several of its basketball athletes have come together for an official video PSA to raise awareness for The Trevor Project. The PSA features insight and advice from Kyle Kuzma, Katie Lou Samuelson, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, Michael Porter Jr. and Chris Brickley.
The Sky Modern Trevor Project features all the tech and flash PUMA Hoops is known for including ProFoam midsole cushioning. Most importantly 100% of the sales from the shoe will benefit The Trevor Project.
Retailing for $180 to represent the estimated 1.8 million LGBTQ youth in the U.S. who seriously consider suicide every year, the Sky Modern Trevor Project will be sold exclusively on PUMA.com in limited quantities available for pre-order starting Wednesday, May 27.
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