Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-10-20 17:29:31 –
Colorado Springs, Colorado – 1350 Distilling announced this week that since January 1, 2021, donations to local families and veteran nonprofits have exceeded $ 7,000.
Colorado Springs-based Craft Distillery charities include Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership, Rocky Mountain Highway, TESSA, Victory Service Dogs, Child Abuse Bikers, Upadauna, and Ronald McDonald House Charity in Southern Colorado. increase.
All causes are under the “Angel Battalion” link on their website. This is the name of the philanthropic distillery.
Since opening in November 2019, the company’s owners have promised to donate 10% of their profits to local veterans and family charities.
Abbie Weien, co-owner of 1350 Distilling, said:
It did not meet the orders of veterans, families and children. “
Donations consist of monetary, physical, and rental room space donations at the Taste Lounge.
1350 Distilling is a drop-off location for Toys for Tots and a rewards sponsor of 2021 GIVE. The campaign is a year-end philanthropy created to encourage everyone in the Pikes Peak area to give back.
Give! 230 local nonprofits spend over $ 14.6 million
Over 100,000 donations, while supporting expert matching grants, media exposure, and access to development training opportunities. give!Colorado’s non-profit civil sector
It is a publisher and is supported by Colorado Springs Independent, Colorado Springs Business Journal, and Pikes Peak Bulletin.
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