As if he wasn’t already perfect enough, Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie has gone and launched his own non-profit human rights organisation.
It’s called Highest Hopes Foundation – y’know, after his single High Hopes – and will support communities who’ve been subjected to discrimination due to their gender, race, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity.
The first thing he’ll be doing with Highest Hopes is donating $1 of every ticket sale on his U.S. Pray For The Wicked tour.
What a guy…
This is dedicated to all people + communities who are subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation + gender identity https://t.co/2aKpQHZBNG
— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) June 28, 2018
Brendon explained that his reason for starting the organisation was because he wanted to give back to the fans who show him strength and courage, and keep him motivated.
“All of you show me strength, courage + motivation & as a result it felt important to create something to show you that I see the wonderful things you’re doing out there in the world,” he wrote. “With that being said, I want to join in on the fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.”