Beer Growler Nation Pledges to Give Back Each Month

The Oak Grove shop said it plans to partner with a charity or organization dedicated to a specific cause each month.

Got this from Beer Growler Nation on Wednesday. They're teaming up each month with a different charity or organization to give back. Check it out:

Moved by the spirit of Christmas, Kelly and Constantine Mihalis pledge 2013 will be a year of giving back to their community. Each month Beer Growler Nation will partner with a different charity or organization to raise awareness and funds for causes near and dear to their hearts.

January – Atlanta Food Bank
February – American Heart Association
March – St. Baldrick’s
April – Chattahoochee Riverkeepers
May – Skin Cancer
June – Camp Twin Lakes
July – Atlanta Red Cross
August – Georgia Transplant Foundation
September – PAWS
October – Breast Cancer
November – Prostate Cancer
December – Toys for Tots

For more specifics on events, like us on Facebook
www.facebook.com/beergrowlernation and follow us on Twitter @growlernation.

This isn’t the first time Beer Growler Nation has given back to their community. A few weeks ago they announced all DeKalb County’s First Responders (Fire, Police and Emergency Medical) receive a 15% discount, every day.

Tom L. January 03, 2013 at 02:24 PM
Give Constantine and Kelly credit. As members of the community, they have opened a business to serve the community thoroughly. They are doing a great job. Best wishes for a prosperous 2013 to them!
Maggie Adams January 03, 2013 at 11:06 PM
And when a neighborhood family lost their house in a fire, they gave back to them as well! I love this place!
Sally January 04, 2013 at 12:47 PM
Sounds like good neighbors to me.


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