Every member of the Sugar Creek Brewing team has a huge heart. As a team, we try to give back and support as much as we can. Â We are still a small brewery, so we sincerely hope you understand why we canâ€™t donate to everyone who asks but we will certainly do the best we can to support our community! Â To save time and trees weÂ now require all donation requests to be submittedÂ online. Â You can fill out our Donation Request Form here.Â
We’re a small craft brewery in Charlotte, NC with a big heart. Â We are dedicated to community involvement and supporting charitable organizations. Here’s a list of the organizations we have been fortunate enough to be able to support:
American Red Cross
TheÂ AmericanÂ RedÂ CrossÂ shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. TheÂ RedCrossÂ is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of theÂ AmericanÂ public to perform its mission.
Carolina Family Connections
A Nonprofit agency providing family foster care for children in need of out-of-home placement in North Carolina.
Charlotte Chapter of the Virgina Tech Alumni Association
The Charlotte Chapter of theÂ Virginia Tech Alumni AssociationÂ servingÂ Virginia TechÂ alumni in 24 counties in North and South Carolina. With over 3,800 members,Â the Charlotte Chapter is home to the largest contingent of Hokies outside of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Chapter has been serving area alumni for several decades and is consistently recognized as an Outstanding ChapterÂ by Virginia Tech.
Charlotte Menâ€™s Shelter
The Menâ€™s Shelter is dedicated to providing safe emergency shelter while working to end homelessness for each man.
Charlotte Rescue Mission
Charlotte Rescue Mission is transforming lives in the name of Christ by serving people struggling with addiction, poverty or hopelessness with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
Council For Childrenâ€™s Rights
The Council for Childrenâ€™s Rights (CFCR) leads our community to stand up for every childâ€™s right to be safe, healthy and educated. We do that through individual advocacy, legal representation and addressing broad, community-wide issues through research and policy work.
Crisis Assistance Ministry
To provide assistance and advocacy for people in financial crisis, helping them move toward self-sufficiency.
Our three Fs stand for Fitness, Fellowship and Faith â€” traces its roots to a free, participant-led boot camp workout held on Saturday mornings at a Charlotte, N.C., park since 2006.
Gift of Adoption Carolinas Chapter
It is the mission of the Carolinas Chapter of Â the Gift of Adoption FundÂ to inspire adoption by providing grants to qualified parents â€“ giving children who need families a permanent home and a chance to thrive. Â 100% of donations directly to the Chapter are used to provide adoption grants in the North and South Carolina region.
Guys with Ties
Guys with Ties Charlotte is a 501c3 “for purpose” organization that raises money and awareness for localÂ charitiesÂ in the Charlotte Metropolitan area by planning and hosting entertaining events. The goal of Guys with Ties is to connect Charlotte’s businesses and growing population of young professionals to organizations in our community that make Charlotte a better place.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity Charlotte is aÂ nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry that builds with people in need regardless of race or religion, we welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds. Â We have more than 1,400 local affiliates in the United States and more than 70 national organizations around the world. Together, we have helped 6.8 million people improve their living conditions since our founding in 1976.
Hands On Charlotte
A nonprofit volunteer service organization. We promote volunteerism and direct community service to meet Charlotte’s most critical needs. Our mission is to strengthen our community and enrich lives by mobilizing a diverse corps of citizens in direct, volunteer service.
Hope Cancer Ministries
For those whose lives have been ravaged by cancer, Hope Cancer MinistriesÂ is a people- not disease-centered outreach that connects community and churches to newly diagnosed families through believers who serve, minister to, witness and share the love of Christ. Â Hope Cancer Ministries is dependent upon its outreach church partners, their congregations, the generosity of corporate sponsors and individual donors, and the work of our volunteers to bring hope, care and life in Christ Â to those in great need of love and support.
Levine Museum of the New South
Levine Museum’sÂ mission is to engage our audience with the diverse history of the South since the Civil War. Sugar Creek Brewing Company proudly supported the New South for the New Southerner: Queen City Brews.
Our organization provides local and regional Nurse Practitioners a platform for professional growth and development through various networking and educational offerings, community partnerships,Â Â and supporting area Nurse practitioner students.
Moms inÂ Training
Moms In Training, Moms committed to reaching their personal goals while helping cancer patients reach theirs. Â There’s no influence like a mom’s. It’s a power that can do good for blood cancer patients everywhere; which is why we’re looking for moms and moms-to-be to join us. Â The program is geared towards moms with kids of all ages looking to get in shape and help save lives while doing it. It’s called Moms In Training (MIT), inspired by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) premier fundraising campaign, Team In Training.
MPHS Theatre Booster Club
The MPHS Theatre Program is supported by the fantastic parents of the Myers Park community. Â The Boosters help in all aspects: ticket sales, concessions, fundraisers, cast parties, theatre banquet, etc.
Project Life is a national movement to increase the potential pool of bone marrow and tissue donors by testing and registering college students with a simple cheek swab. Why? Because bone marrow treatments are the only hope for many people diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma, sickle cell anemia and other blood cancers and diseases, but 60 percent of those in need of a life-giving donation currently canâ€™t find a donor match. Students like you have a profound opportunity to save a human life. It takes only minutes to get tested and registered, and itâ€™s simple, painless and non-invasive. Contact us to learn more about creating a Project Life Movement chapter on your campus, or to make a financial contribution to pay for testing, typing and registering bone marrow and tissue donors.
Ronald McDonald House
Where there is a sick child who needs specific treatment at a children’s medical facility, a Ronald McDonald House is open to welcome and comfort families in need.
Redeeming Joy Inc.
Redeeming Joy‘s vision is to provide a safe house for survivors of sex trafficking to heal physically, emotionally, spiritually, relationally, and socially. We also provide needed family restoration for the survivor. Redeeming Joy is dedicated to help each survivor understand that Jesus Christ intended them to have eternal value and worth, beyond what they can imagine. By using faith-based discipleship we will equip these worthy ladies with the truths and life skills they need to live whole and free lives. Our post-trafficking/aftercare programs will always be survivor led/informed and at no cost to the survivors. Each survivor will be encouraged and supported with a specific case/recovery plan according to their unique needs to help them be restored to wholeness.
Safe AllianceÂ provides a continuum of critical crisis services to those victimized by domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse or other types of trauma.
The Steve Smith Family Foundation
The Steve Smith Family Foundation champions the cause of the voiceless and fearful, envisioning an end to domestic violence and a better quality of life for all.Â It is their mission toÂ focus on the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of our community, one person at a time.
University of North Carolina at Charlotte Â – Giving Green Campaign
The Giving Green Campaign is an annual campus-wide initiative that encompasses our fundraising efforts for the Charlotte Arts & Science Council (ASC), the State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC), and the UNCÂ Charlotte Foundation. The campaign is held each fall, but the Giving Green spirit is alive all year through!Â The 2014Â Giving Green Campaign was a great success with $181,395.27Â raised from 684Â generous faculty and staff donors. These contributions were spread across our campus, community and state. The power of our workplace giving program is a reflection of our effort to make a difference by Giving Green!
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