CRAFT Beer Market Donating Portion of St. Patrick’s Day Sales to The Frontline Fund
On March 16, 2021 At 4:15 pm
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CALGARY, AB – CRAFT Beer Market has announced that a portion of St. Patrick’s Day sales at all of its locations across Canada will be donated to a fund supporting the country’s healthcare workers.
Partial proceeds from all dine-in (where allowed) and take-out orders on March 17th will go to The Frontline Fund, an organization that represents over 160 hospital foundations in Canada, providing supplies and supports for frontline workers as well as funding research for clinical trials and vaccine development.
“Looking back at the last year we have all been through so much,” said PJ L’Heureux, President & Founder of CRAFT Beer Market, in a statement. “We are so grateful to the frontline workers and first responders who have worked tirelessly to keep us safe.”
To book reservations and place take-out orders, visit the CRAFT Beer Market website, and see below for a video toast from CRAFT to frontline workers and first responders.
Source & Photo: CRAFT Beer Market press release