EqualityCard Project, the credit card initiative that allows cardholders to donate 1-percent of their purchases to LGBT non-profits of their choice, joins an expanding list of companies going purple for Spirit Day today.
Millions of Americans wear purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for LGBT youth and to speak out against bullying. http://glaad.org/spiritday
"PepsiCo strives to be a diverse and inclusive company because it is both the right thing to do and is critically important to the success of the business," wrote PepsoCo on its blog today.
Today, as millions of individuals stand in solidarity with LGBT youth for the fifth annual Spirit Day, LGBT youth themselves, along with peer allies, are painting social media purple.
Many Syfy stars are taking a stand against bullying and sending a message of support to LGBT youth.
Members of the Wells Fargo team open up about their experiences with bullying and the resiliency they've developed when multinational banking and financial services company Wells Fargo kicked their support for LGBT youth into high gear for Spirit Day