Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds has donated his childhood home in Las Vegas to be converted into one of Encircle’s new facilities, which will offer vulnerable LGBT youth a crucial lifeline.
The gift comes as part of the ‘$8 Million, 8 Houses’ campaign from non-profit organisation Encircle, who operate various safe houses in Utah in Salt Lake City, Provo and St George, and a fourth in Heber on the way. The campaign being part of an effort to expand to Arizona, Idaho and Nevada.
Reynolds’ home, valued at $1million, will be the first Encircle home in Las Vegas. The organisation currently has three operational homes in Utah, with a fourth being built.
“Encircle is about bringing young LGBT people and their families together, by including the community and strengthening the bonds that connect us,” Reynolds said in a statement.
Watch the video of this campaign below:
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