This is event is benefitting a local single mother of 3 who has had 3 hip surgeries in a year, battling tumors, medical bills and financial distress. We are asking $10 at the door and a donation of food or selected items such as toiletries and any other daily items needed.
With your donations you will get free sake tastings, food tastings provided by Aiko, other selected tastings from beer and liquor vendors as well as gift cards, door prizes and grand prizes donated by Carolina Nightlife.
Start time is 7pm and ends at 10pm so plenty of time to do your normal Saturday night festivities at the same time giving to a local family during this Christmas season.
MUST be 21+ to take part in the alcohol part but not for the food tastings and prizes
Running is an exercise few people enjoy but most people do anyway, which is why some of the best charity events involve running for a cause. Not only do we feel good about ourselves but we feel good for what we accomplished for others in need. In Charlotte we have some great races benefiting great causes but when you add beer into the mix, you have a winner!
This coming June 7th at 6pm, NoDa Brewing company and OrthoCarolina will be presenting the NoDa 5k which benefits RunningWorks; a non-profit running program founded to encourage the homeless community to rediscover the power of teamwork, discipline, confidence and respect for each other one stride at a time.
You'll start and end at NoDa Brewing Company and will receive some cool giveaways, live music, free beer (21+ only), and food trucks onsite. And for the competitive runners they have the chip-timed Jaguar timing system which tracks your run time and then displays your results in the live tent.
So come on out for a good cause, great beer, and some friendly competition.
100% of the proceeds will go to a local family's 1year old son who needs eye surgery as well as other medical and therapy expenses. Money will go to this 1 family the toys donated will be taken to various family's, organizations or schools needing help for the holidays. Even if you do not want to participate on the crawl please feel free to donate.
Now on to the details of the crawl:
If you missed the our Halloween crawl here's your chance to join us on another great event. For those who went on the almost 400 person crawl we will be ready for you in more ways then 1.
We will have more bars and more or different stops to handle the crowd so everyone can get served in a timely manner. We will also have SET stops for main prizes. We are currently working on prizes that MAY include a ski trip or a spring break cruise.
Please pay attention to the ticket prices and the time you have to purchase them. We are trying to have everything set up better for the bars to help you.
Stops include Napper Tandy's, Myst, Still Life, Dual, Black Flower, Flash House, 606, Noir and a few others TBA.
COST is $5 for the early bird ends Nov 25 at 12am
$8 for pre sale ends Dec 3 at 12am
$10 sale ends Dec 6 at 12am
$15 Day of
DONATION for those wishing to help a deserving child, family or organization goes FREE with a toy donation!
Specials will be $2 selected beers, $3 selected shots & $4 selected drinks - will be the same at EVERY bar! For those wondering if drinks are for or about drink tickets those are technically illegal even though we might be buying a few rounds or giving some or tabs away as prizes!
The different rates are to help us help the bars help you on service as well as prizes to be given away. As always "DD's" ALWAYS go for free.
Sample more than 100 whiskeys from international distillers at the upcoming Whiskeys of the World, a fundraiser benefiting Chase After a Cure. Presented by IceBox Bar, Ben Arnold Beverage Co. and The Local Palate, the event is 6-9 p.m. Oct. 15 at Harbor Side East at Patriots Point, 28 Bridgeside Blvd. in Mount Pleasant.
Tickets are $65 each and available at worldofwhiskey.eventbrite.com. All attendees receive a commemorative Glencairn glass.
The evening includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, live entertainment and the opportunity to learn about how whiskey is distilled and aged. At Whiskeys of the World, 35 distilleries will be represented, giving guests the chance to talk one-on-one with distillery representatives about their whiskeys and the creation process.
“This is a chance to taste whiskeys and talk to distillers. We’ll have Scottish, American, Irish and Japanese whiskey,” said Boris Van Dyck, principal at IceBox Bar. “Guests can enter as consumers of whiskey and leave as connoisseurs.”
Whiskeys of the World benefits Chase After a Cure, a local nonprofit raising awareness about childhood cancer and money for pediatric cancer research at Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital.
Operation Home announces the 3rd Annual Gimme Shelter presented by Home Team BBQ on Thursday, April 18th at The Alley downtown! This retro party will feature a DJ, live and silent auction, raffle for a Scout boat, bowling, arcade games, Skee-Ball, pinball machines and feel good food. Prepared by Home Team BBQ Executive Chef Aaron Siegel, the menu is complete with comfort foods and American classics. Creative retro attire suggested.
$100 VIP includes open bar, expanded menu and access to VIP section
$500 Scout Boat with Trailer Raffle with less than 100 tickets sold
This event is made possible by the gracious sponsors that include Home Team BBQ, Southern Lumber, Scout Boats, SCB&T, Elliott Davis, Tiller Construction, Eskimo Advertising, The Noisette Company, 105.5 The Bridge, Charleston City Paper, Peninsula Chiropractic, Marsh Contracting, Elan Midtown, West of and James Island Messenger newspapers, Computer Genie, Maga Design, Kirkman Broadcasting, OrderonSite.com, Graham Construction, Mary and David Siegel, Filigree, Corte Charitable Foundation, Vapor Apparel, Shuttle Hogs and Art Mag.
Sponsorships are still available. Click: http://operationhome.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Sponsorship-Packet.pdf. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to participate.
Operation Home's mission is to help area low-income residents remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs. Operation Home is committed to ensuring that no person has to live in a home that is inaccessible or dangerous.
My Sisters House presents the 4th Annual Bubbly and Brew sponsored by Lucey Mortgage Corporation on Friday, September 28 from 7-11pm at Harborside East in Mount Pleasant. Guests will enjoy champagne, wine, and beers from local brewers and dine on tasty food selections from Home Team BBQ, High Thyme Cuisine, Rue de Jean, Long Island Cafe, The Glass Onion, Kudzu Bakery and more. Additionally, there will be a live and silent auction plus live music from party band Love Butter.
Tickets are $60 in advance at www.bubblyandbrew.com or $75 at the door.
Additional sponsors include Carolina One, Eskimo Advertising, State Farm, Glaser Duncan, Rhino Shield, Piggly Wiggly, Lowcountry Women's Specialists, Innovative Theater and Sound, The Raven Family and Waterstone Financial Services.
All donations support My Sisters House, the only shelter-based program serving domestic violence victims in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. Your support could save someones life. The money raised will be used in a variety of ways to continue to help women and children live violence-free by providing 24-hour crisis line and shelter, deposits on new safe apartments, childrens clothing for school, legal help, counseling and much more.
For additional information about My Sister's House, visit www.mysistershouse.org.