Donation Drive for Lambert House!


For the month of June, we are reaching out to you, our community, to request a variety of donated goods & services to benefit the amazing Lambert House!

We are accepting goods at the gallery starting Wednesday, May 29th through Sunday, June 30th. Hours:
Tue-Fri 11-7pm
Sat-Sun 11-6pm

*The gallery is located at 1111 E. Pike St, shared entrance with Cupcake Royale and just down the hall*

Here is some information on what they are looking for!
Some ideas:
Gender-affirming clothing: chest binders (GC2B is a favorite brand), KT Tape, Gaffs, New nail polish, lip balm, small makeup kits, wigs, fashionable hats & accessories, Movie passes or tickets to events for youth, Gift certificates (Safeway, QFC, REI, Walgreens, Target, Office Depot, Costco, Gameworks, Sephora, Crossroads, etc.), Unopened high quality chocolates, candy, and snacks, Unused travel size or full-size personal care products (toothpaste, floss, shampoo/conditioner, soaps, lotions, combs), toothbrushes, combs. Items designed for different hair types (thick and curly, thin and straight, etc.) appreciated and often requested.

*No used clothing or shoes are being accepted at this time*
Thank you and contact us if you have any questions!

Lambert House began in the early 1980's as the Association of Gay and Lesbian Youth Advocates (AGLYA), a group of youth and youth supporters who came together in order to create ways for sexual minority youth to meet. On May 1, 1981 AGLYA became the first social service organization 100% dedicated to LGBTQ youth to receive 501(c)(3) status from the IRS.

In 1991 AGLYA seized an opportunity to lease an old Victorian house in Capitol Hill, Seattle's queer neighborhood. In 1993 AGLYA was renamed Lambert House after Gray Lambert, a local queer youth advocate who helped secure funding to find the organization a more stable home. Gray Lambert died of HIV/AIDS related complications in August of 1991.

Within two years the board hired the first paid staff members. Today, Lambert House has a national reputation as a leading organization in the Northwest for queer youth.