Made, a company that provides easily customizable templates for Instagram Stories, has partnered with The Trevor Project this month with some Pride-themed templates that allow Instagram users to show their pride while giving back.
For every unique user who shares the Pride-themed collection on their story, Made will donate $0.50 to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ youth. For the partnership, Made has also created a unique and exclusive Trevor Project template, which urges users to share the “You Are Not Alone” message with their followers.
“In June, Made is turning social media into social good,’ said Hector Lopez, the CEO of Made. “More than 1.25 billion people use Instagram and Facebook stories daily. Made helps people express their true selves through these stories on social media.”
The free Pride-themed templates were championed by Made’s director of communications and LGBTQ influencer Natasha Ponomaroff.
“There are few resources in the app industry that cater to the LGBTQ+ community,” Ponomaroff said. “Made is all about helping creators break the mold on social, allowing them to create content with one-of-a-kind templates that blend engaging designs with current events and cultural norms. Pride season is a worldwide cultural moment, celebrating the progress we’ve made, but also recognizing the distance we still have to go to achieve full equality. These templates were designed to help push the movement forward through Instagram stories, to help members and allies show their support on a platform we’re all very familiar with.”
To access the free templates and customize your Insta story for Pride, you can download the Made app for free from the Apple app store.