This year’s event proceeds will be distributed to groups and organizations that are assisting survivors of last year’s Sonoma County wildfires, with a youth focus in mind. The Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50 is collaborating with Columbia Distributing, Eagle Distributing and Morris Distributing to designate beneficiaries for this year’s event.
At this time, these groups have preliminarily identified the following organizations as a few of what we expect to be several beneficiaries of the Sonoma County Fire Relief Beer Event:
- Redwood Empire Food Bank
- Committee on the Shelterless (COTS)
- Sonoma County YMCA
- Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50 (funds will be disbursed by the club to local non-profit or charitable organizations that are providing assistance or services to youth affected by the fires). While event proceeds will be allocated after the event, the Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50 has already invested funds to help fire survivors by providing:
- $5,000 to Shoes 4 Kidz, which helped the organization buy $5,000 worth of new shoes for children whose homes were destroyed in the fires
- Volunteers of the Active 20-30 Club of Santa Rosa #50 came together to assemble bicycles, which were then given away to fire survivors whose homes were destroyed in the fires
We welcome any suggestions you may have for additional beneficiaries of our event. Please contact us if you’d like to recommend an organization or non-profit for us to consider as a beneficiary.