The Chicago Cubs will become the second MLB team after the San Francisco Giants to reach out to troubled LGBT teens by recording an It Gets Better video, the Chicago edition of reported.

The It Gets Better Project begun by gay activist Dan Savage has received enormous support from Hollywood, the business community and leading Democrats, including President Barack Obama. The campaign encourages gay teens to not cave in to bullies, because life eventually gets better.

The team announced on Friday that filming will begin after the team returns to Wrigley Field from its current road trip.

“The Cubs applaud the Giants for their stand against anti-LGBT bullying. Bullying of anyone for any reason is unacceptable,” said Cubs owner and board member Laura Ricketts. “We are proud to join the Giants in taking a stand against bullying and encourage other professional sports organizations to do the same.”

Ricketts made history in 2009 when she became the first openly gay Major League Baseball owner.

The videos come after Phoenix Suns CEO Rick Welts told The New York Times that he's gay. Welts told the paper that his decision to come out was driven in part by a desire to help youth who may be struggling with their sexuality.