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National Volunteer



We’ve always been dedicated to turning beer into money for nonprofits locally and across the country, so during National Volunteer Month in April we turned our employees loose on local nonprofits to help them in their missions in Petaluma, Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, Portland and beyond.

The Lagunitas marketing team stopped at the Redwood Empire Food Bank in Santa Rosa to help organize and distribute locally grown produce to victims of the Camp Fire, while our SoCal crew helped pack some grub at the World Harvest Food Bank in LA, who provide food to the needy. Meanwhile, our Pacific NorthWest sales crew sorted food for the Oregon Food Bank in Portland. The fine folks of our fiduciary and resoucer-of-human teams hit the Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue and Petaluma Bounty to get their hands dirty with some landscaping, weeding and planting. In Chicago, denizens from all departments put together care packages for families whose pets are facing cancer diagnosis for Live Like Roo Foundation.

If you or your organization are looking for helping hands, beer for your party, or other community support, don’t hesitate to reach out and see how Lagunitas can help. Cheers to National Volunteer Month!

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