Courtesy Photo | Betty Kaplor 
                                Alaskan Brewing Co. presented Helping Hands with a donation during a celebration and toast at their tasting room on Thursday.

Courtesy Photo | Betty Kaplor Alaskan Brewing Co. presented Helping Hands with a donation during a celebration and toast at their tasting room on Thursday.

Thank you letters for March 8, 2020.

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

In 2019, the Brew Crew selected Helping Hands Food Bank, a local organization that provides food to Juneau families in need, as their nonprofit partner. The total amount raised for Helping Hands in 2019 was $23,037.

The brewery presented Helping Hands with a donation check during a celebration and toast at their tasting room on Thursday.

We would personally like to thank the crew at Alaskan Brewery for donating all their tips to us in 2019 and also to the public that also supported us.

Thanks again to the great job the Alaskan brewery crew does each year to help the non-profits out with some extra cash.

Betty Kaplor,

Volunteer for Helping Hands

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