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Introducing More., our new charitable umbrella, founded under the belief that the world needs MORE. More creativity and more community to cultivate and inspire thought leaders around the world.
We’re launching More. alongside our new line of hand sanitizer, which will support essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting the week of April 27, we will be donating 1,500 bottles of sanitizer every week to local essential services in need.
The first round of donations have gone out to a group of Hamilton organizations including: Mission Services of Hamilton, Welcome Inn, Compass Health Community Health Centre, Urban Core Community Health Centre, Shelter Health Hamilton, Living Rock Youth Resources and Good Shepherd. We will be looking to expand this to other regions in Ontario in the coming weeks depending on demand.
For those who are an essential service or front line worker in need please contact email@example.com.
We are selling hand sanitizer online and in our retail store at a small margin so we can produce more and continue to donate it to essential services in need. Available now in our online store: collectiveartsbrewing.com/shop and at the brewery. Limit: 4 per person.
More. is a charitable initiative created by Collective Arts that raises funds for artists and community causes, while raising awareness of the positive impact that the global arts community has. This charitable umbrella was founded on the belief that the world needs MORE. More creativity and more community to cultivate and inspire thought leaders around the world. Their goal is to create paid production opportunities for artists looking to: challenge perspective and status quo, inspire community and experimentation, and amplify creativity; and to financially assist charities in need that do work to bring more equality, and better the well-being of people in our communities.
To learn more about Collective Arts’ More. program visit www.collectivemore.com