In honor of Pride month, Wizards of the Coast are once raising funds to benefit Lambert House a charity organization that empowers LGBTQ youth–show your pride in one of two flavors, MTG or D&D!
It is not every day you get a chance to use the aid another action in real life–but today you can. Running right up until July 2nd you have the chance to be a stalwart ally and to equip some stylish gear.
Wizards of the Coast and Lambert House are partnering to kick off PRIDE season. Net profits of this sale will benefit Lambert House, a center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. The Lambert House empowers youth through the development of leadership, social, and life skills by offering over 20 programs, activities, resources, and services on an on-going, year-round basis. Funds will go towards helping the Lambert House buy a permanent home for the LGBTQ youth community. Their goal is to continue to provide services to LGBTQ youth and expand their outreach and we want to help! Thank you for your support!
At Wizards of the Coast we value all people and perspectives inside our walls, among our players, and in our games. We are excited to partner with Lambert House! Celebrate PRIDE with us by supporting an awesome cause! Don’t miss out!
About Lambert House
Lambert House is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 22 and under. Our calendar is packed with fun activities, support groups, planning meetings, dances, and other events. Lambert House is where LGBTQ youth make life better for each other.
Lambert House serves a diverse group of youth. Over 50% of the youth who come to Lambert House are youth of color, and youth come to Lambert House activities from all over the region representing more than 130 zip codes equally distributed to the North, South, East and West.
Wizards of the Coast have been doing a stellar job of promoting inclusivity and diversity of late, especially with 5th Edition’s art and ethos. Jeremy Crawford, lead rules designer and also one of the founders of the Queer as a 3-Sided Die panel had a chance to speak on that at Origins.
As well as detailing the origins of Corellon’s Blessing (some elves are blessed by Corellon Larethian and are not bound to a single form/gender, which was apparently atound in 2nd Edition), the panel talked about the importance of inclusivity. It’s great to see Wizards supporting a good cause–and that hoodie looks amazing. It is a win-win situation, so get yours today.