Park IP and the It Gets Better Project™ Partner to Help LGBT Youth
New York, NY- Sept. 7, 2011- Park IP Translations has partnered with the It Gets Better Project™, an organization focused on addressing the bullying of LGBT youth and the disproportionately high incidence of suicide in that population, by sharing messages of hope with LGBT youth across the globe. Recently, the It Gets Better Project selected Park IP to be their resource for website translation. The It Gets Better Project is a Los Angeles based 501(c) (3) organization that operates the website, www.itgetsbetter.org. Over the last year, the organization has received the support of numerous high profile individuals and organizations, including Larry King, Stephen Colbert, President Barack Obama, Google and Visa. Park IP is proud to join the ranks as a supporter and partner of the It Gets Better Project.
Park IP welcomes the opportunity to provide translation services to meaningful causes. Helping to increase global access to the It Gets Better Project is just one of the many ways that Park is helping the Non-Profit community. In a matter of weeks, Park IP’s project management team organized a diverse team of translators, cultural experts, and proofreaders to work on an expedited timeline to translate and localize the It Gets Better Project website and marketing materials into sixteen languages. By increasing access and awareness in new communities, Park will enable a larger population of LGBT youth to learn that “It Gets Better.”
Park IP looks forward to serving as the language solutions partner for the It Gets Better Project, helping to support the organization’s growth and expansion of offerings and accessibility worldwide. This partnership signifies a determination to eliminate the language barriers that currently hinder individuals from accessing the resources offered by the It Gets Better Project.
Park IP Translations is a boutique language services company headquartered in New York City. With resources in over 100 languages, Park focuses on serving the legal services community through translation, interpretation, and consultancy services. To learn more about Park IP, please visit www.ParkIP.com.
Source: Park IP Translations
Contact: Neil Canaan, 212-581-8870.