Singer Lady Gaga and Google were honored Sunday for their LGBT advocacy.

Lady Gaga was honored at Trevor LIVE, a fundraiser to benefit The Trevor Project, the California-based non-profit that runs the nation's only 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth.

The family of Jamey Rodemeyer, the Buffalo, New York gay teen who committed suicide in September after suffering years of bullying at the hands of classmates, presented Lady Gaga with the group's Hero Award.

(Related: Lady Gaga performs Jamey Rodemeyer tribute; says “bullying is for losers”)

Google received the group's Trevor 2020 Award.

“Our young people are at the center of a health crisis, and vocal leaders like Lady Gaga and technology leaders like Google Inc. have stepped up to help change our culture,” said David McFarland, interim executive director and CEO of The Trevor Project. “Our honorees are working with The Trevor Project to make a better today and a brighter tomorrow for youth.”

The event, which took place at The Hollywood Palladium, featured performances by Mary J. Blige, Darren Criss, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Barrett Foa, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, Julianne Hough, Queen Latifah, Zachary Levi and Amber Riley.