Kick-Off Coming Out Month with Blue Point Brewing
LGBT Network and Blue Point Brewing Co. are partnering together to stand up for LGBT students! Blue Point Brewing is joining the Network’s National Coming Out Day Campaign as a proud sponsor fighting for safer schools on Long Island and Queens. The company is donating a portion of its proceeds made during the campaign to LGBT Network’s anti-bullying initiatives.
|Join Blue Point Brewing and LGBT Network in a fundraising challenge as we aim to raise $30,000 for LGBT youth! Start your own fundraising page at https://lgbtnetwork.org/fundNCOD for a chance to win awesome prizes sponsored by Blue Point Brewing! Click “Fundraise with Us” and follow the prompts to setup your customized page. The top 3 highest fundraisers by October 31 will win:
1st Place Prize:
BREW YOUR OWN BEER at Blue Point Brewing in Patchogue! You and four friends will create your own brew (with the help of their expert brewers) that will be released and sold during Pride month 2020!
2nd Place Prize:
Blue Point Brewing VIP Package for ten. An exclusive experience at the brewery catered to you and your group.
3rd Place Prize:
Choose from a selection of your favorite Blue Point brews and the company will donate several cases to you or your company!
We are here to help you get started! For assistance with your fundraising page call Paul Lotierzo at 631-665-2300 or email email@example.com
About the LGBT Network
The LGBT Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is a home and a voice for LGBT people, their families, and support systems. The LGBT Network’s community centers help LGBT people to be themselves, stay healthy, and change the world. Since 1993, the LGBT Network has been pioneering advocacy and social change to create safe spaces where LGBT people live, learn, work, play, and pray. The LGBT Network is Long Island’s only LGBT services organization. Based on budget and number of staff, the LGBT Network is the 5th largest LGBT community center organization in America, and operates the nation’s largest suburban LGBT community center.