We are committed to supporting our community.
From our local neighborhood, to the cultural and social communities of our staff and customers, we mobilize our time, energy, funds, and platform in pursuit of a more equitable city. We’re committed to social justice in all its forms, and are so proud to work with partner organizations who are building a Boston that works for everyone. We believe that effective change requires communal work, and we empower our team members to serve and support partner organizations alongside company-wide and product-based initiatives.
Are you a non-profit or grassroots organization seeking a donation outside of our quarterly partnership program? We’d love to start the conversation. We space donations, monetary donations, event partnerships, beer donations, and more. Fill out this form and we’ll be in touch.
our current partnership.
Lamplighter is thrilled to be partnering with Matahari Women Workers’ Center this quarter! We are committed to continuing to work towards a safer and more inclusive restaurant and service industry, and we commend the work Matahari does to uplift domestic and service workers who are affected by gender inequality. This year marks their 20th anniversary of supporting women and femme laborers in Massachusetts through advocacy and mutual aid. If you’re looking for ways to get involved…
Collaborate with us.
Lamplighter collaborations most often involve either one-time donations/events or more involved partnerships. Read on to learn how to participate in one or both of these programs. We’re excited to learn how we can support you!
To request a one-time donation for beer, merchandise, or event space (virtual or in person), please fill out this form. We review applications on a rolling basis, expect to hear back from us within two weeks. For further inquiries and questions, reach out to us at [email protected].
To inquire about a partnership with Lamplighter, please also email [email protected] to set up an initial phone call. We’re especially excited to partner with organizations fighting for justice for BIPOC, queer/trans folks, women, and immigrants to the US, as well as organizations leading the fight against environmental racism and climate change. If this is you, please don’t hesitate to reach out—we’re currently beginning conversations for 2023 partnerships.