In an incredibly generous gesture that should serve as inspiration to everyone as we enter the holiday season, Beyond Press, publisher of comic anthologies that showcase queer and minority voices, made a $3,000 donation to Trans Lifeline, according to Taneka Stotts, writer and editor at Beyond Press.

Trans Lifeline is a non-profit organization run by transgender people for transgender people. The hotline services the United States and Canada and works to help transgender people in whatever capacity they need. Trans Lifeline relies heavily on donations to be able to provide its services, and the generous donation by Beyond Press should be an enormous help to the charity.

Well done, Beyond Press. Your generosity serves as an example to the rest of us. And thank you, Trans Lifeline, for your continued service to the transgender community.

If you would also like to donate to Trans Lifeline, be sure to check out their website.

While you’re at it, be sure to take a gander at the wonderful comics Beyond Press has to offer!

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