Seneca Falls, NY – Fleur De Lis Brew Works is excited to announce Operation Hoppy Feet 2019. For the second year, the Seneca Falls brewery partners with Seneca County House of Concern to provide socks to those in need. The brewery is collecting new, warm hosiery from customers for donation to the Seneca Falls service organization.
Frequently donated articles to the House of Concern include coats, hats and other winter clothes. These items rarely become threadbare before the wearer finishes with them. Socks are another story.
Beth Partee, Partner and Craft Beer Parlour Manager, explains “Socks are something that’s always needed but not often donated. Especially warm, new socks. We wanted to partner with the House of Concern to contribute relevant items, bring awareness to the service organization and benefit the community at large. Socks are an easy fit.”
And Hoppy Feet? Beth states “It’s a pun. All beer is made with hops. Changing happy to hoppy fits in with the craft beer parlour.”
Donors may deliver socks to the Craft Beer Parlour. Supporters will be rewarded with $1 off every pint of beer for each package of socks. Donations will be utilized in one of two ways. Either for families and children in need or for thrift store resale to help raise operational funds for agency related expenses.
Collections continue through December 30.
About Fleur De Lis Brew Works: Fleur De Lis Brew Works is a Seneca Falls, NY farm brewery founded in 2016 by Jennifer, Craig, Jon Paul and Beth Partee. Their beer is brewed with local, New York state grown hops and malt. It is currently available at the craft beer parlour in Seneca Falls and select Upstate NY restaurants and festivals. Together, they share a strong heritage of local farming and love of craft beer. For more information visit FleurDeLisBrewWorks.com and follow the brewery on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (‘FleurDeLisBrew’).
About Seneca County House of Concern, 501 (c) (3): The mission of the Seneca County House of Concern is to help those in need with basic needs such as food, clothes and household items and to treat everyone with dignity and respect. The Seneca County House of Concern has been a source of assistance for people in difficult situations for over 47 years. The food pantry has been a source of nourishment for those in need while the store, staff and volunteers continue to nourish all that enter the store with kindness and a smile!
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