Night Shift Brewing Announces Night Shift Giving

imageFrom Night Shift:

As we’ve grown over the past four years, our mission of sharing – whether through our beers, our Taproom, or our company culture – has also extended to our local community. Since our early beginnings, we’ve sought to give back to the community that has supported and embraced us, and over the last couple of years, we’ve found the opportunity to do this more and in bigger ways. 

As we start the winter season, we're officially launching the philanthropic branch of the brewery,
Night Shift Giving (NSG). Through NSG, we’re donating 1% of our profits to projects that uplift our local communities. We will also continue to host fundraising events in our Taproom, and will donate our time as volunteers to aid the efforts of local charities throughout New England.

Our goal is to partner with organizations that reflect the values of Night Shift and our staff, so we aim to align our passions with charitable causes that focus on social justice, community service, environmental protection, animal advocacy, and disease research. 

We’re excited to announce that Community Servings’
Pie in the Sky fundraising program will join us for our NSG launch event on Thursday, 11/17, at 6:30pm in the Annex. Not only will there be made-from-scratch pies to sample, but this will also be an opportunity to purchase a Thanksgiving dessert whose funds go toward a week of homemade meals for critically ill and homebound neighbors in need. Bartenders will be available to assist in curating a perfectly paired flight to enjoy alongside these flaky treats. We hope that you’ll join us in celebrating the kickoff of our giving program.

To request a donation or pitch your great idea, please fill out
this form. We believe teamwork can build great things!

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