No-Li Brewhouse has made it clear that its priority is not only to expand the craft beer culture in Spokane, Wa.,but to show its never-ending support for the community to which it belongs. Over the last year alone, No-Li has used its platform to represent 15-plus local nonprofit organizations. With a combination of its staff, local craft beer enthusiasts and the community, the brewery has managed to band together and raise more than $21,000 for the city.
Among the 15+ organizations No-Li has helped include Operation Ward 57 (supporters of wounded veterans and their families), 2nd Harvest Food Bank, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Toys for Tots, Tom’s Turkey Drive and the Eastern Washington Fire Fighters.
“We believe in our great city of Spokane and want to continue to feed a culture that gives back more than it takes,” says Akieba Stevens, No-Li Pub Manger.
“The fabric of our community is strengthened through our actions. Everything we’ve done with the community up to this point is only a start. Money is always needed to fund programs, but is also important to show support through building awareness and bringing together our community,” says No-Li Kitchen Manager Matt Corra.