BourbonBlog.com invites Tri-State friends to an evening of bourbon and beer to raise money for a non-profit that puts shoes on Tri-State children in need.
Join us Thursday, November 6, 2014 as BourbonBlog.com’s Tom Fischer will host a bourbon tasting at Edgewater Grille in Newburgh to benefit Share the Spirit Foundation.
Meet Carson’s Brewery owner / founder Jason Carson as he will be pouring Carson’s Brewery beers at the fundraiser.
Also enjoy tasty hors d’oeuvres provided by Edgewater Grille!
A silent auction will feature many novelties from local boutiques, art, wine and even a round of golf for four.
Tickets are $35 each or a table of 10 for $300 – full event details below!
Tickets are available on this link may be purchased at the door.
All Proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards purchasing new shoes for the children in need at Dexter Elementary School in Evansville. The “Shoes for Kids” event will be held at the Payless shoe store, 800 N. Green River Road, Evansville, IN on Friday, November 7 from 8:45-10:30 am.
If you are interested in volunteering for this fun and enriching experience with the children, you may contact Tonya Voepel, President, Share the Spirit Foundation, 217-494-2990 or [email protected].
Visit the website at www.sharethespirit.info. For questions about the fundraiser, contact Jordan Donner at 630-913-6935 or Annabelle Ismail at 812-455-3686.
WHAT: Bourbon and Beer Tasting – Share the Spirit Fundraiser
WHEN: Thursday, November 6, 2014
WHERE: Edgewater Grille, 1 E. Water Street, Newburgh, IN 47630
TICKETS: Tickets on this link are $35 each or a table of 10 for $300, purchase on this link or call 812-455-3686.
About Share the Spirit Foundation:
Share the Spirit Foundation is a 501(C)(3) public charity, funded by private donations and all proceeds go toward helping those in need. No travel costs or administrative expenses are received by the organization. To date, over 5,000 pair of shoes have been distributed and more events are being planned each year.
Share the Spirit Foundation works hand-in-hand with volunteers, communities and donors to assist those in need in a dignified manner. They organize shoe and school supply events for deserving local children and educate younger generations on “keeping the spirit alive” and sharing the burden of providing for those in need.
Founded by sisters-in-law Karen Voepel and Tonya Voepel, they work with local schools and social service agencies to give needy children the opportunity to shop for new shoes, just like others more fortunate.
Their mission is to share the burden of providing for those in need … after all, with everyone giving just a bit, the burden seems much lighter. In Illinois, Tonya has opened a “Shoe Closet” where the children in the homeless community may shop with dignity for new shoes.
In Colorado, Karen is driving the “Shoe Cruizer,” filled with new shoes, to those needy children living in the outlying areas of the state.
Share the Spirit also encourages others to use physical challenges to remind themselves to honor those enduring their own personal hardships. Visit http://www.sharethespirit.info for more information.