Skip to content
Home » Get In Touch » Official Charity Partners

Official Charity Partners


StatcheStrong CharityStacheStrong is a 501(c)3 non-profit devoted to raising funds and awareness for brain cancer research. Defeating brain cancer and improving the quality of patients’ lives is their daily focus. The organization has become a beacon of hope for countless individuals and families afflicted by this disease and serves as an ardent advocate for all those impacted by brain cancer. StacheStrong has raised over $2,000,000 and have funded 15 clinical trials/research grants. Net proceeds raised go towards brain cancer research initiatives and together we WILL flip the script on brain cancer! Go to to get involved with their national beer collaboration!

Brew for Ukraine:

Brew For Ukraine CharityJoin Pravda Brewery in the fight against Russia. We’re inviting you to brew a special worldwide collaboration, using our recipes and labels. Of course, the Putin recipe and label is included. Below you’ll find a link to the recipes themselves and labels/visual. Слава Україні!

Drink for Pink:

Drink for Pink CharityAll donations to Drink for Pink are used to fund local cancer research in the state of Colorado. Drink for Pink is a volunteer organization meaning all board members and volunteers have agreed to help the organization without any form of payment or compensation. Because we’re a self-funded organization, we do use some proceeds from events to cover costs like marketing materials, t-shirt designs, and payment for federal/state filings. However, we aim to keep these as low as possible, and in the future, we aim to have the costs covered by a grant. We publish a breakdown at the end of each year covering our financials in detail.

At the end of each year, we take all remaining funds in our bank account and write a check to Cancer League of Colorado (a volunteer-based 501(c)3 nonprofit in Colorado that raises over $1 million per year). Research grants need between $25,000 and $50,000 in funding.  Cancer League pairs our funds with funds of their own to create a $25,000 or $50,000 grant. Then, as part of their research review process, they review grant applicants and award our funds as part of a larger grant specifically to a breast cancer research group in the state of Colorado.