Second Street hosts fundraiser for Wildfire relief efforts tonight

Looking for a good reason to go out for beers on a Tuesday night while supporting a great cause here in Santa Fe? Look no further! Tonight, Second Street Brewery is hosting a wildfire relief fundraiser for the Santa Fe Community Foundation’s Resiliency Fund. https://www.santafecf.org/funds/community-resiliency-fund

$1 from each pint sold goes straight to the cause. The Santa Fe Community Foundation has been around for 40-plus years, and 100-percent of the donations they receive for wildfire relief will go directly to aid the San Miguel and Mora County communities.

SSB will also be accepting the following donations of requested items, which they will then deliver to the Food Depot:

  • Beef Jerky
  • Bottled Water
  • Gatorade
  • Individually wrapped non-perishable snacks
  • Chapstick
  • Eyedrops
  • Socks
  • Sunblock
  • Hygiene products including baby wipes, Q-tips, Women’s Menstrual products.

This event was organized by Second Street’s director of art and branding, Mariah Cameron Scee.

“I’m thrilled to be partnering with The Santa Fe Community Foundation for this fundraiser,” she wrote to us in an email. “It came together organically – they reached out to me right as I was about to reach out to them. Knowing that the funds raised will go directly to the affected communities let me focus on what we do best, getting people’s attention and serving great beer.

“We will also have QR codes out on all the tables so you can donate directly to the Community Resiliency Fund. I’ll be at Rufina Taproom this evening, if you’ve made a donation directly, let me know. I saved a box of this month’s NMBG Pint Day glasses to give out as a thank you!”

Join Second Street tonight at either location (Second Street Rufina or Second Street Railyard) from 4 to 9 p.m. to enjoy some good beer and put a little good out there in the universe. Even with the much-needed moisture, the affected communities still very much need our assistance, and, rain or shine, it’s always a good day to help.

Think globally, support locally. Cheers!

Luke

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