The non-profit organization Can You Hear Me? (CYHM?) is proud to unveil their special edition t-shirt which will go to support the victims of Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The Pride Support Tee can be purchased on the organization’s website and will also be available this summer at CYHM’s tent on the Vans Warped Tour. Can You Hear Me? is an organization dedicated to helping teens and young adults find their voices and utilize them to effectuate positive change within their own lives and the lives of others. Supporting issues such as mental health, addiction, bullying, LGBTQ+ issues, and many more, CYHM? wanted to extend their support to those affected by this tragedy. This is what CYHM? President and Co-Founder Ashley Adler Coro had to say about unveiling the Pride Support Tee:
“We are here to support those in need. To help give a voice to those who feel they are unheard. In the wake of recent tragic events we wanted to show our love and support to our friends and family in LGBTQ+ community. This shirt is the least we can do to help. We love you all and you are in our hearts.” – Ashley Adler Coro
CYHM? is reaching teens in multiple ways. Typically, getting teens to share with anyone other than another teen can be a difficult task. However, knowing that music has the power to transcend barriers as well as inspire and unite this age group, CYHM? has partnered with multiple bands, musicians, and others in the music industry, to encourage teens and young adults to speak up and be heard. At CYHM.org teens have a safe online platform where they can share their stories without fear, without judgment, anonymously or not, and enter a community where teens support each other, feel heard, and have access to multiple resources.
Can You Hear Me? will be supporting teens and spreading the word for kids to #ShareWithoutFear all summer on the Vans Warped Tour. Head to CYHM.org today to purchase the Pride Support Tee and give back to the Pulse Victims Fund. Stay on the website and learn more about what you can do to help make a difference.