As a hyperlocal brewery we must do more than just source ingredients from the area. We must become part of the larger community, and that means doing more than just brewing great beer. One of the elements in our mission statement is to “support local”. That means local farms, organizations, charities, even down to our merch, labels and artwork.
Who we partner with:
The Heart of Norcross
The Historic Norcross Business Association is a non-profit organization formed to administer and focus on advocacy for the Historic Downtown Norcross businesses. We also develop promotion and marketing to improve business conditions among the restaurants, shops, events, and services in collaboration with the City of Norcross.
Southwest Gwinnet Chamber of Commerce
The Southwest Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and to improve the quality of life in Berkeley Lake, Norcross and Peachtree Corners.
Norcross Community Market
Our local farmers market is one of only two in Gwinnett County that accepts SNAP for authorized food purchases and doubles their buying power through our partnership with Wholesome Wave Georgia Fresh for Less program. This program helps to increase sales to qualified vendors at Norcross Community Market.
The Sustainable Norcross Commission is a seven-member citizen panel appointed by the City Council. Our purpose is to:
- Advise Mayor and Council on environmental sustainability matters
- Assist the city in maintaining platinum certification in the ARC Green Communities program
- Educate and inspire Norcross residents and businesses to be leaders in sustainability
- Develop and implement new sustainability innovations in our community
Leah Mccammon Foundation
Celebrity Golf Tournaments were created in Leah’s memory to promote awareness of the wonderful work performed by the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children across North America. Over the past 18 years, approximately $5 million has been raised in support of the Shriners Hospitals for Children with fundraising events in Charlotte, N.C. and Atlanta, GA. Your support for this event will help the Shriners Hospitals continue their mission of providing high quality care to children with burn injuries and special orthopedic needs free of charge.
Forgotten Coast Coffee
Forgotten Coast gives10 percent of their coffee bean sales to communities in the continent the coffee comes from. They are currently partnering with Never Thirst to provide Clean water in Ethiopia by installing wells. We created a hyperlocal collab utilizing coffee beans provided by Forgotten Coast with our Forgotten Fox 5.3% Coffee, Vanilla Blonde release.
Georgia Craft Brewers Guild
Founded in 2010, the Guild is organized to promote, protect and further, in every lawful manner, the common interests of the members and the licensed brewing industry in Georgia. We invite you to sign up for our newsletter so you can be in the loop on activities of the Guild and its members. You’ll have an inside track on special releases from your favorite breweries, beer dinners, cask tappings, festivals, brewmaster receptions, and other newsworthy beer stuff. You can also use our contact section to share with us ideas or comments that will help us better serve you and the Georgia beer community. Welcome to all of the production brewers, homebrewers, distributors, publicans, retailers, and beer enthusiasts who enjoy the brews from our great state!
The Brewers Association
The Brewers Association is an organization of brewers, for brewers and by brewers. More than 5,300 US brewery members and 46,000 members of the American Homebrewers Association are joined by members of the allied trade, beer distributors, individuals, other associate members and the Brewers Association staff to make up the Brewers Association.
Atlanta Warriors Hockey
The Atlanta Warriors Hockey Association (AWHA) is a part of USA Hockey’s Warrior Hockey discipline dedicated to injured and disabled US Military Veterans who have served our country and play the sport of ice hockey. AWHA welcomes veterans from all branches of service, disabled or not, to participate in our practice skates and non-Warrior tournaments.
Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 3.5-million people nation-wide and yet more than 52% of those individuals enter a life of isolation after high-school when publicly funded programs typically evaporate. Especially for those who lack the financial means to do otherwise, theses young adults are faced with the daunting prospect of a lifetime of loneliness without anywhere to turn for understanding. As the fastest growing developmental disorder in existence autism needs a lifelong support system for a lifelong disorder.
ReClif Community aims to provide a chance for more typical life experiences for individuals living with autism and those that care for them. Our mission is to empower its beneficiaries with cognitive focused activities, social outreach, scholarship, and societal inclusion. ReClif Community strives to live the motto of its founder by: “changing the conversation surrounding autism.” Giving a voice to those in need and speaking up for those who cannot.
Birdies Fore Love
Making an impact in the communities where we live and work is one of RSM’s greatest triumphs. Through Birdies Fore Love, our caring professionals go above and beyond to support children and families across the nation.
Birdies Fore Love (BFL) is RSM’s charitable giving platform for The RSM Classic, a PGA TOUR event for which RSM is the title sponsors. Each year, RSM offices commit to raising funds for local charitable organizations aligned with the missions of the RSM US Foundation and the Davis Love Foundation, the host organization of The RSM Classic. These efforts are supported by matching donations from the RSM US Foundation.
Employee champions in each of our local offices coordinate fun activities to encourage participation and help meet our fundraising goals. Our people have enjoyed raising money through whiffle ball tournaments, bake sales, chili cook-offs, putt-putt contests, dance-a-thons and even pie-in-the-face challenges.
Since the inception of The RSM Classic in 2010, RSM and the Davis Love Foundation have donated more than $21 million to charities that support education and organizations that support children and families in the areas of hunger, housing and health. In 2020 alone, we donated more than $4 million to the 70+ deserving charities selected by our local offices.
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Hero Dog Rescue
Hero Dog Rescue is a Georgia-based 501(c)3 organization dedicated to saving abandoned, abused and neglected dogs from high kill shelters. We believe that no animal should go without knowing a loving home. To that end, through our 100% volunteer operated organization, we work with dogs of all breeds and ages and place them in loving foster homes. While in our care, all dogs receive comprehensive medical and behavioral attention so they are ready to find their forever homes.
Our organization is operated solely on donations from our compassionate supporters and requested in an ethical, honest, and transparent manner.
Bossy Paws Rescue
Seeking a 501c3 nonprofit to support your community’s animals? We formed our organization to provide sensible solutions. We’ve grown considerably already and it’s all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
We focus on making the maximum, positive effect. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum we need. Using community driven models, we take actions that make a long-lasting difference.
Georgia Bikes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We work to improve bicycling conditions and promote bicycling throughout the state of Georgia. Since our founding in 2006, Georgia Bikes has worked to improve conditions for cycling across the state by hosting the annual Georgia Bike Summits, advocating for legislation that protects people who ride bikes, offering support for local advocacy efforts, and providing education programs.
StacheStrong is a 501(c)3 non-profit devoted to raising funds and awareness for brain cancer research. Defeating brain cancer and improving the quality of patients’ lives is our daily focus. Our organization has become a beacon of hope for countless individuals and families afflicted by this disease and we serve as an ardent advocate for all those impacted by brain cancer. We have raised over $2,000,000 and have funded 17 clinical trials/research grants. Net proceeds raised go towards brain cancer research initiatives and together we WILL flip the script on brain cancer!
Boy with a Ball
OUR MISSION IS TO BETTER CITIES BY REACHING AND EQUIPPING YOUNG PEOPLE TO TURN AND TRANSFORM THEIR COMMUNITIES
Our vision is to help as many young people as possible come to know Jesus and follow Him into their God-given potential.
When young people do not get the love they need or are forced to grow up in unsafe situations like extreme poverty, they become vulnerable to making dangerous choices. In Beirut, Lebanon, that might involve joining a radical terrorist group. In Baltimore, MD, USA, that looks a lot more like riots and crime. In either case, we all pay a significant price.
At-risk young people are a city’s greatest issue. While the cost may come in the form of criminal activity, dangerous inner cities, law enforcement and social service costs today the far more expensive price tag comes in the future: Lost wages, taxes and possibilities of what these young people might have become. Our cities’ futures are being determined by what we are investing in our young people today. Healthy youth lead to thriving cities. Hurting youth lead to damaged cities.