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A Recap of the First-Ever Forty to None Summit

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On September 30, 2014, the True Colors Fund brought people together from across the country for the very first Forty to None Summit, a first of its kind cross-sector discussion on gay and transgender youth homelessness. Held at the beautiful and newly renovated Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in New York City, the summit welcomed leading advocates, service providers, dedicated funders, government officials, and the youth themselves as speakers and attendees.

Keep the conversation alive! Continue the discussion online using #FortytoNone, and spread the word about this often undiscussed issue on Facebook and Twitter!

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