Craft Beer Night to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters


Join the Young Professionals Committee’s event to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada

This is a press release and has no original reporting.

A committee of young professionals is teaming up with Craft Wine & Beer to host a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada (BBBSNN) on Thursday, April 3.

For a donation of just $15, guests will receive two glasses of wine or beer. BoDawgs hot dog food truck will be on site, and there will be raffle prizes from Napa Sonoma and Coffeebar.

Proceeds for the Beer Social will go toward BBBSNN’s mentoring program, which matches caring, adult mentors with at-risk children in Reno, Sparks, North Valleys and the Carson Valley. It takes approximately $1,000 to support one match for one year, so fundraisers like these are vital to keep the program going, contributing to brighter futures, better schools and a stronger community for all.

Who: Young Professionals Committee (YPC)
What: “Beer Social” Fundraiser for BBBSNN
Where: Craft Wine & Beer, 22 Martin St. in Midtown
When: Thursday, April 3, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better forever.

The Young Professionals Committee (YPC) is a diverse group of dedicated men and women who volunteer their time, talents and energy to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada through such efforts as mentoring, educational programs, outreach, fundraising, and advocacy. With this in mind, the YPC members strive to make a positive impact in the community in any way they can, recognizing that a little effort on their part can help to change lives in a big way.

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