Giving back has been a core tenet of our company philosophy since the early days, and we have partnered with worthy charitable organizations since the start. But the time has come for Indeed Brewing to get even more involved with local nonprofits, which is why we’ve created the Indeed We Can Program.
This all-new approach to charitable giving will raise money for local nonprofits by opening the Indeed Brewing taproom every Wednesday and donating all net profits from taproom sales to a different local nonprofit each week, as selected by Indeed Brewing’s employees.
“Charitable giving has been an important part of Indeed Brewing since the start,” said Indeed Brewing Co-Founder and Marketing Manager Rachel Anderson. “Initially we partnered with One Percent for the Planet, which is a great organization that we’re proud to have worked with. But we realized that there are countless worthy local charities and that we could increase our charitable impact by working more closely with organizations here at home.”
The nonprofit organizations selected to receive funds from each Indeed We Can Wednesday event will be chosen by an Indeed Brewing Company employee and vetted by founders of Indeed. The Indeed Brewing taproom will be open from 3 pm – 11 pm each Wednesday and the net profits from all sales will be donated to the selected organization. In most instances, representatives from the selected organization will be present during the event to provide information to interested visitors.
The featured nonprofit organization for each Indeed We Can Wednesday will be announced in advance on Indeedbrewing.com/blog and promoted via Indeed Brewing’s social media accounts. In the event that no suitable nonprofit is available on a given Wednesday, all net proceeds will be added to a fund to be distributed to nonprofit organizations at the end of the fiscal year.
“We are truly excited about this new program,” said Anderson. “Not only will Indeed Brewing have the chance to work more closely than ever before with local nonprofits, but our taproom visitors will be able to interact directly with the groups they’re helping. Our visitors will get to drink beer for a good cause, and they’ll also have a chance to learn more about these great organizations in their community.”