It's no secret that No-Li Brewhouse
is insanely active in supporting various causes in the Inland Northwest, often selling cases of beer at special prices or creating original T-shirts to sell as fundraisers for various charities.
They're at it again this week with a project to raise $10,000 for Teen Closet
, a nonprofit that provides clothing for Spokane-area foster children and other kids in need. With back-to-school mayhem coming fast, it's the perfect time to help the free boutique load up with new duds for kids who want to look sharp for the new school year.
Starting Friday, No-Li will be selling 400 limited-edition "Spokane Has Heart" T-shirts for $25 a pop at the brewery, and will continue selling the shirts until the end of the month. No-Li has covered the cost of the shirts, so all the proceeds from the shirts sold through the end of August will go to the charity.
Teen Closet was founded by KXLY's Robyn Nance and foster parent Linda Rogers. Here's a video of the duo discussing Teen Closet's work:
Teen Closet May 5th from Teen Closet on Vimeo.