No Place Like Home

you’re invited to no place like home 2022.

SAVE, Inc. invites you to join us for No Place Like Home 2022!

Thursday, April 28, 2022
Doors Open at 5:00pm
The Abbott I 1901 Cherry St

We are thrilled to welcome Peggy Rajski, Founder of the Trevor Project, as our featured speaker this year.

Please note that COVID-19 vaccines are required to attend No Place Like Home. You will need to present proof of vaccination in the form of your original vaccination card or a picture of the card on your phone (no scans or photocopies allowed). You will need to provide your ID as well. 

about peggy rajski

Peggy Rajski is an Academy Award-winning director for her directorial debut, the short film TREVOR, a poignant comedy about a young teen whose world is turned upside down when word spreads at school that he might be gay. After the film, Rajski discovered there weren’t any nationwide suicide prevention crisis services available to support gay & questioning young people, a high-risk group. In response, she founded The Trevor Project.

about the trevor project

The Trevor Project is the country’s first toll-free 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline dedicated to LGBTQ+ youth. The Trevor Project now annually answers over 200,000 outreach calls via phone, text and chat from young people in crisis around the country. Rajski served as the organization’s inaugural Executive Director and has continued as a member of Trevor’s Board of Directors ever since.

We are excited to be partnering with UMKC to bring Peggy Rajski to Kansas City for two events in April. Peggy will also be the featured speaker at UMKC’s PRIDE Breakfast on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, at 7:30am. You can learn more about the breakfast and get your tickets HERE.