Donate to our Quilt Auction

Online Auction Coming in November – stay tuned!

As the days get shorter and temperatures start to dip, GSAFE wants to help you get cozy while supporting our LGBTQ+ youth. We are inviting quilters (along with crocheters, knitters, and other crafty artists) to donate to our “Wrap Yourself in a Rainbow” online quilt and craft auction to be held in late November and early December. We appreciate your time, talent, and generosity in advance!

Here’s what you need to know: 

Theme: “Wrap Yourself in a Rainbow”  (Items don’t have to be all rainbow colors, however!)

Size: Lap size and larger. Could be a table runner, wall-hanging, and other styles. 

How to donate items: Please complete this quilt auction donation form (PDF or Word ) and return by email or by mail. Please email to make arrangements for mail or drop off. Depending on where you live we might be able to arrange for a pick up. 

Deadline: End of October is strongly preferred. Drop us an email at if you’re working on something and need a little longer.

I’m ready to quilt but don’t have supplies, help? We have a limited amount of quilt-quality fabric that has been donated to this project. If you’d like to check out our stock or help us replenish it, please email us at  

Does my quilt need to be fully finished? Completed quilts are desired. We have a small crew of volunteers who might be able to assist by providing batting, backing, and quilting. Please let us know if you need an assist!  

I’m not a quilter, but I make a mean afghan/scarf/handbag/etc. Can I contribute? Yes, but please reach out to us first at If your item doesn’t work for this particular auction, there might be other opportunities!

How else can I help? Spread the word to your friends, family, and network. Make a direct donation to GSAFE at Donate quilt-quality fabric and/or quilting skills. Sponsor our auction. Email us at with your ideas! 

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Quilt Auction Donation Form (PDF)

Quilt Auction Donation Form (Word)



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