Left Hand Brewing Co. is creating cool philanthropy we should all copy. This past weekend, the Left Hand Brewing Foundation (LHBF), a non-profit committed to community and culture, held the first concerts in its Stream for a Cause series, supporting its new Hospitality Fund. All funds raised through Stream for a Cause are earmarked to provide aid and assistance to employees in the hospitality industry during these crazy times.
Stream for a Cause, also presented by High Plains Bank, premiered on Friday from The St. Vrain in Longmont, Colo. The concert series will feature performances from Elephant Collective, Foxfeather, The Lonesome Days, Bonnie and the Clydes and others that will be announced soon. Stream for a Cause is hosted by local musician and artist coach Dango Rose, formerly of Elephant Revival. You can watch the Saturday evening concert with Foxfeather above. It’s quite good.
This is definitely a creative way to both support musicians and the hospitality industry at one time, and we highly suggest you donate to the LHBF Hospitality Fund right over here.
Here’s where that money is going:
The live-streams themselves are intended to be a fun and uplifting fundraising vehicle to raise donations for the Hospitality Fund at the Left Hand Brewing Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to serving the Longmont community. All donations will be earmarked to provide aid and assistance to workers in the Boulder County hospitality industry over the upcoming weeks and months. We hope to work with local government, restaurant and bar associations, the Longmont Chamber of Commerce and other stakeholders to find the best way to deliver the funds raised to those who need it.