Actress Jane Lynch on Monday hosted TrevorLIVE, a fundraiser to benefit The Trevor Project, which runs the nation's only 24-hour suicide hotline for LGBT youth.

Taking place at the Chelsea Piers in New York, TrevorLIVE featured musical performances by Bill Porter (Kinky Boots), Jessica Sanchez and the PS 22 Youth Chorus.

The organization honored openly gay mountaineer Carson Crane, the founder of the Rainbow Summits Project, with its Trevor Youth Innovator Award and Wells Fargo with its Trevor 20/20 Visionary Award. Michelle Lee, a regional president at Wells Fargo, accepted the award on behalf of the bank.

Cindy McCain, the wife of Arizona Senator John McCain, was presented with the group's Trevor Hero Award by her daughter Meghan McCain.

In remarks to at the event, Cindy McCain, a Republican, said that the GOP's opposition to gay rights would fade by 2016.

“You're going to see a major turn,” she said. “By the next presidential election, I think this will be an issue that will be very much agreed on by both parties.”