Tickets are available and going fast for the Brewers of Indiana Guild‘s summer fundraiser, the 23rd Annual Indiana Microbrewers Festival (IMF), taking place this Saturday, July 28, 2018 at Historic Military Park at White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis.
The event, voted Best Beer Fest three years running by NUVO readers, isn’t just a crucial fundraiser for the nonprofit that supports Indiana breweries. It’s also a way to support local charities doing good in communities across Indiana.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Indiana and Little Red Door Cancer Agency
As with all Guild festivals, $3 from every ticket sold benefits our charity partners. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Indiana and Little Red Door Cancer Agency will be the beneficiaries for IMF this year.
Enter Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Indiana‘s raffle for $90 worth of Sun King Brewing Company gear, including a $35 gift certificate, growler, two glasses, cooler, shot glass, key chain, and koozies.
Little Red Door Cancer Agency welcomes fest guests to participate in a large community art project to be permanently displayed at their newly renovated space as a lasting celebration of Cancer Survivorship. Participants will be able to select a colorful fabric square and personalize with words of encouragement and hope.
Alternatives, Inc. and Raise the Bar Indiana
Play Drink-o and ring toss for Drink Indiana Beer prizes, benefiting and run by Raise the Bar Indiana in support of their vision to create safe environments for community members to meet and interact by addressing the social norms of drinking behavior, the physical environment of space where drinking occurs, and the expectation to take action when situations appear unsafe.
Ride your bike to the fest and park it securely with the local nonprofit Bike Indianapolis (formerly known as IndyCog). Cash tips to support their mission are appreciated.
Optimist Club of North Side Indianapolis
The keg toss game will once again be run by the Optimist Club of North Side Indianapolis. See how far you can throw an empty keg to support their nonprofit and win prizes.