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Sanctuary Brewing to Host Kiwanis Drawing for Kids

The Hendersonville Kiwanis Foundation is raising money to help support local programs for children in need.  Kiwanis is selling tickets for a $5,000 grand prize drawing and they need your help to buy tickets!

  • Tickets are $100 and a maximum of 200 tickets will be sold! (57 tickets have been sold to date)
  •  Grand Prize is $5,000.00 (great winning odds!)
  • Drawing will be held on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016 at 6:30 PM at Sanctuary Brewing Company (you do not have to be present to win)
  • Funds raised will support programs such as: (1) buying shoes for kids in low-income families identified by the school systems who wear shoes that don’t fit, aren’t appropriate for weather conditions or are deteriorating badly (2) awarding college scholarships for kids that demonstrate financial need and academic prowess (3) providing baby supplies to underprivileged new mothers (4) supporting a student-recognition program that promotes character development, self-esteem and perseverance (5) funding dental screenings and cleanings for needy preschoolers and more!

Buying a ticket will help us raise the funds Kiwanis needs to continue these needed services and give you a chance to win $5,000 before the holidays!

Sanctuary Brewing will also be accepting kid friendly items such as toys and school supplies on behalf of the Kiwanis Christmas Drive.

DATE/TIME: December 8th, 5:30 PM

LOCATION: Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 First Avenue East Hendersonville, NC 28792

CONTACT: Lisa McDonald info@sanctuarybrewco.com, 828 808-5916

Tickets can be purchased here: http://hendersonvillekiwanis.org/drawing

About Sanctuary Brewing

Sanctuary Brewing Company opened in August 2015 in beautiful downtown Hendersonville, NC. The brewery is known for its amazing craft beers and unabashed dedication to animal and human advocacy. Since opening, the bar has raised thousands of dollars for animals and humans alike. They host a monthly community event that provides haircuts, resume building, a hot meal and a clothing drive to those in need in the community. Owners Lisa and Joe also opened their own non-profit animal sanctuary, Sweet Bear Rescue Farm, in October of 2017.

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