Two non-profit groups are coming together to repair a gay teen's home in Pace, Florida.

Jesse Jeffers, 18, returned to his trailer home on February 3 to find it spray painted with swastikas and anti-gay slurs.

The phrase “God don't love you,” along with several derogatory words, were written near the front door of his home. Inside, a large red swastika was painted on the ceiling.

According to the Pensacola News Journal, the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident as a hate crime. Jeffers stated that he does not have the money needed to restore his home.

Two groups, the Pensacola World Changers and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), are organizing a Saturday event to help repair the damage.

“There are few things that could make you feel more violated than what Jesse suffered: Having your home invaded and vandalized, especially when the motivation is hatred toward your very identity,” Sara Latshaw, northwest Florida regional organizer for the ACLU of Florida, said in a statement. “No one in our community should have to go through that. That's why this diverse group of volunteers is coming together to support him. We want to show that everyone deserves to be free from being abused for who they are, and that this community will not stand for this kind of hatred.”