PACK THE PALLET
Join us in providing hurricane relief
to Houston residents.
In partnership with other Georgia brewers, from August 31 – September 27, join Reformation Brewery in a donation drive to provide food and cleaning supplies to Houston-area residents affected by Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey.
Reformation Brewery will immediately start taking donations in their Keeping Room, located in Woodstock, Ga. The goal of the drive is to load a tractor-trailer for delivering to Houston by the end of the September filled with supplies donated by local community members. The drive is requesting all things listed most-needed from the Houston Food Bank, where all donations will be delivered.
Needed items include:
*Pull top canned items preferred such as canned meat and fish; canned green vegetables (green beans, spinach, collard greens), canned tomatoes (no salt added), canned beans (no salt added), canned tuna, salmon, chicken and sardines, canned fruits in water or juice, whole grain pasta, quinoa, brown rice, powdered milk, cereal and peanut butter and jelly. The drive is also accepting cleaning supplies such as bleach and paper towels.
The donation drive seeks to assemble 20 pallets of goods to send to Houston, all gathered from Georgia breweries.
“Our industry boasts some great people, and we are grateful for Michael Lundmark, CEO and founder of Jekyll Brewing, for leading the call to action for Georgia breweries to come together and join forces to help those in need.” – Spencer Nix, CEO & co-founder Reformation Brewery