Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti Breweries raise funds for Habitat for Humanity House
ANN ARBOR – Two local breweries continued to help raise funds for Habitat for Humanity in the Huron Valley throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
HOMES Brewery in Ann Arbor and Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti made donations to nonprofits to support this year’s House That Beer Built.
While several local breweries have raised nearly $ 20,000 for H4H over the past three years and provided volunteers to build the houses, the coronavirus pandemic dealt a heavy blow to small businesses last year.
“This year we have a few breweries that have again agreed to help, even if they are struggling to stay positive,” said an H4H press release. “Habitat wants to recognize these fantastic local partners. They’re giving back to the community in a variety of ways and they now need the same support. “
At the Arbor Brewing Company’s two locations – Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti and Plymouth Taproom in Plymouth – customers can purchase a donation by buying a pinup house, signing it, and hanging it in the brewery.
HOMES will soon be offering a specific selection of faucets and other special offers for H4H.
To find out more about this year’s House That Beer Built or to make a donation, visit www.h4h.org/housethatbeerbuilt.
For more information on H4H projects and how you can get involved, please visit www.h4h.org.
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