Hannah Hart will be honoured at the upcoming GLAAD Gala in San Francisco this September.
The LGBTQ media advocacy organization will give Hart its Davidson / Valentini Award, which recognizes LGBTQ media professionals who have “made a significant difference in promoting equality for the LGBT community.”
GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement;
By using her powerful platform to elevate LGBTQ stories, Hannah Hart has proven to be a tireless advocate for self-love and acceptance. Her messages of empowerment inspire countless LGBTQ youth and move hearts and minds across the world.”
Hart won internet hearts and millions of subscribers with her My Drunk Kitchen series, which features candid conversations about LGBTQ issues and identity, as well as personal stories about her experiences as a gay person.
Recently, it was announced that Hart will be hosting a new untitled culinary travel series on the Food Network channel.
She has already had her first book My Drunk Kitchen on the New York Times bestseller list.
And her second book, Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, will out in October.
Hart and comedian pal Grace Helbig also recently starred in the reboot of Electra Woman & Dyna Girl.
They also star in the upcoming Lionsgate film Dirty Thirty, alongside Mamrie Hart.
The GLAAD Gala San Francisco, held on Sept. 8, will be hosted by talkshow host, actress, comedian, author and director Aisha Tyler.