When the annual Charleston, South Carolina Beer Garden festival comes around on May 14, 2016 it will be to benefit Lowcountry AIDS services.
"As a nonprofit organization, we are continually looking for effective events that will raise both money and awareness for our agency," Bradley Childs, Lowcountry AIDS Services executive director, said. "The Charleston community has so many amazing fundraisers already that we felt it made sense to partner with an existing event rather than create a new one from scratch. The Charleston Beer Garden has a reputation as a well-run and profitable event, and we couldn't be more excited to benefit from it in 2016 and in years to come."
Lowcountry AIDS Services gives clients better access to medical care, financial assistance, legal assistance and other support services, as well as offering free HIV testing and prevention and education services.
The Charleston Beer Garden is heading into its fifth year. It is an event of Gusto Group that takes place at The Grove at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant and showcases craft brews by local and regional breweries along with live entertainment, homebrewers, games and vendors.
"It's been such a pleasure working with Lowcountry AIDS Services over the past year and learning more about their incredible work in our community," Hilary Johnson, chief experience orchestrator of Gusto Group, said. "By putting Charleston Beer Garden in the hands of a nonprofit, well be able to achieve such a greater good for Lowcountry AIDS Services and the Lowcountry as a whole."
Sponsorship and vendor opportunities for the Charleston Beer Garden are available. For more information contact Jason Kirk, director of development at Lowcountry AIDS Services, at 843-747-2273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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