Lost-n-Found

Join The LGBT Resource Center’s staff and student leaders for a clothing and hygiene drive to support Lost-n-Found Youth, Atlanta's only nonprofit finding safety and shelter for LGBT homeless youth.

Donate items in The LGBT Resource Center before December 15 within the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. 

To learn more about Lost-n-Found Youth, visit lnfy.org.


Wish List 

Each year, the staff of Lost-n-Found makes a list of the most frequently requested items by youth of The Youth Center. Join the student leaders and staff of The LGBT Resource Center, in support of Lost-n-Found Youth, by donating materials at The LGBT Resource Center. 

Suggested Items

Women's Undergarments 
Men's Undergarments 
Twin-Sized Bedding 
Pillows 
Mattress Protectors 
Egg Crate Mattress Topper 
Toothbrush Hygiene Anti-Bacterial Covers
Handy Solutions, 10 pc. Premium Men's Travel Kit
Handy Solutions Premium Women's Travel Kit
Unisex Hooded Pullover Rain Poncho with Side Snaps
Twin Size Bed Mattress Cover Zipper Plastic Waterproof Bed Bugs Protector 
Totes Clear Adult Rain Poncho
Toothpaste 
Toothbrush
Deodorants & Antiperspirants 
Bathing Soaps


Lost-n-Found Primary Services 

  • 24/7 phone, texts, and email response
  • Emergency and transitional housing
  • Emergency clothing and food for youth on the street
  • Mental health evaluations and counseling
  • Referrals to HIV/STD testing, health and dental services
  • Assistance for lost or stolen birth certificates, driver’s licenses or state ID cards
  • Referrals to GED training/testing and other education resources
  • Resume writing/editing and interview skills training

Youth Center Services

The Lost-n-Found Youth Center is open to youth between the ages of 13 and 25. Dinner is served at 6 p.m. every Friday.

  • Safe space for LGBTQ youth
  • Access to emergency clothing from Lost-n-Found Thrift and Consignment
  • Food
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Showers
  • Washer and dryer to do laundry
  • Blankets
  • Computers to search for a job, housing or educational opportunities
  • Mental health evaluations and counseling
  • Referrals to HIV/STD testing, health and dental services
  • Assistance for lost or stolen birth certificates, driver’s licenses or state ID cards
  • Referrals to GED training/testing and other education resources
  • Resume writing/editing and interview skills training