WE HAVE RAISED $375,000 TO DATE FOR LOCAL CHARITIES IN BEND, BOISE, PORTLAND, AND DENVER THROUGH OUR “CHARITY OF THE MONTH” PROGRAM. NOW WE NEED YOUR HELP TO FIND THE MOST DESERVING CHARITY PARTNERS FOR 2017!

How Does It Work?

Each month we choose a charity partner in each of our pub locations and raise money for their organization throughout the month. We donate all profits from sales of our Charity T-Shirts to the charity. We also host Charity Tuesday, on the last Tuesday of each month, where all profits from 5pm-9pm are donated.

The Requirements?

Simple. All money donated must stay local in either Central Oregon, Boise, Portland, Denver, or San Diego and must truly help those in need. Think you’d be a good fit? Fill in the form and let us know!


Sponsored Charities

A Little Help

Sponsored by:

A Little Help is a nonprofit organization that connects neighbors across ages to enhance lives and strengthen our communities.

To that end, A Little Help is helping older adults to age well in their homes by connecting them to an important resource plentiful in every community, good neighbors. Many tasks around the house and yard chip away at independence, but with A Little Help, good neighbors can help elders with transportation, yard work, handiwork, home organization, and social engagement, empowering seniors to thrive in the communities they have put down roots in for decades. We create opportunities for our seniors to share reciprocally their stories and skills in the community. For example, as Service Saturday! volunteers are working hard to clear flower beds and cut down vines, our members are quick to impart their own wisdom and experience to share gardening tips with young adults and new homeowners.

Our elders have made the choice of staying at home, with a little help from their friends and neighbors, rather than moving to a retirement community (with a lot of help). Studies show that living in the comfort of our own homes is the best, and most cost-effective, choice of most people.

We get by with A Little Help from our friends…

Join us at the Denver pub on Tuesday, June 26th, 5-9pm to help us support this great local charity organization!

Andrea Green

Sponsored by:

Join us on Tuesday, December 18th from 5-9pm to help support a cause that is close to our hearts.  Andrea Green was recently involved in a serious car accident while traveling home to visit family for the holidays.  Drea had been a server and bartender at the Westside Pub and was an integral part of the opening of the Eastside Pub.  Her injuries from the crash are serious and many, and the road to recovery is going to be tough with medical bills mounting.  Andrea is adventurous, fun-loving, tough, and will no doubt work hard to make a full recovery.  Here at 10 Barrel we take family seriously and that is why we are making Drea our Charity of the Month in December to help alleviate some of the costs of recovery.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend

Sponsored by: West Bend, OR

Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. ​They are a place where great futures are started each and every day. ​At our two locations in Bend, we offer life-changing programs to youth between the ages of 5 to 18 years old. Our programs focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles, character development and citizenship involvement in our community in Central Oregon.

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Central Oregon Humane Society

Sponsored by:

July 17th 5pm-9pm all Proceeds go to our Charity of the Month

Environmental Center

Sponsored by: East Bend, OR

Our mission is to embed sustainability into daily life in Central Oregon. To us, that means driving local change that makes a world of difference.

Grandma's House

Sponsored by:

Grandma’s House is a non-profit, nondenominational home and outreach, providing emergency and transitional shelter to homeless or abused pregnant, parenting young mothers, and young mothers choosing adoption for their child.

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Habitat for Humanity

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High Desert Museum

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The High Desert Museum has been inspiring families since 1982 and is consistently rated as the top Central Oregon attraction by Trip Advisor. With 135 acres and more than 100,000 square feet of exhibit space in the Museum, it’s a “must see” for anyone travelling through – or living in – the region. Get a close-up view of native wildlife, such as river otters, bobcat, porcupine and badger. Talk with historic characters who share tales of early Oregon explorers and settlers. Visit an authentic homestead and sawmill from 1904.

Our proceeds from 5-9pm will benefit the High Desert Museum.  See you then!

Kids Center

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Northwest Association for Blind Athletes

Sponsored by: Portland, OR

NWABA offers opportunities for individuals who are visually impaired to participate in tandem bicycling, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, and more – regardless of age, background, or ability. These programs have a profound impact beyond sports and physical activity. They become a catalyst for breaking down perceived barriers and gaining the confidence, community, and independence for a richer, fuller life.

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Outdoor Alliance Colorado

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Outdoor Alliance Colorado (OAC) is a statewide partnership that serves as a platform for members to coordinate their efforts to protect public lands, waters and snowscapes, and to ensure these places can be experienced in a meaningful and sustainable manner. Because this work has both national and regional aspects, a partnership with Outdoor Alliance, a coalition of national groups focused on national policy decisions, and local and regional human powered outdoor recreation organizations will have great utility.

When climbers, paddlers, hikers, mountain bikers and backcountry skiers speak with one voice, people, especially policymakers, listen. Our collective voice increases the leverage our community can apply to federal and state level decisions affecting public lands and recreation.

While national public lands policy may be decided in Washington, D.C., it lives at the local and regional level, where it is implemented and where it directly impacts individual members of the human powered community. Additionally, the Colorado state legislature and state agencies also develop policies that impact our community. By connecting the national, regional and local levels, the human powered community can drive better policy creation and make sure it is implemented in a way that reflects the conservation values of our community.

OAC connects local knowledge, sensibilities and priorities with national perspectives and expertise and enhances all of the members’ policy, advocacy and organizational capacities. This connection empowers the human powered outdoor recreation community both regionally and nationally and enables its members to pursue common goals more effectively.

Out Charity Night with Outdoor Alliance is at the Denver Pub on Tues. 8/28/18, 5-9pm.

Platte Forum

Sponsored by: Denver, CO

Come join us on Tuesday, March, 26th, from 5-9pm in support of this month’s local  charity partner. You can contribute all month long by purchasing one of our ‘Drink It Forward’ shirts for $20.
10 Barrel – Denver is proud to partner with local charities every month!
Our Charity Partner this month is…

PlatteForum, a 501 (c)3 non profit organization, is an award-winning and innovative arts, youth-development, and artist-in-residence program in Denver that teams under-resourced youth (K-12) with professional artists in intensive, structured, and long-term creative learning environments. Youth work side by side with resident artists to collaboratively plan, produce, and exhibit a body of work in an environment in which artistic excellence is highly valued. Youth in PlatteForum’s programs delve into a variety of art forms, confronting challenges and obstacles and making life-changing discoveries about who they are, what they are capable of achieving, and where they belong in the world.

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Saving Grace

Sponsored by:

Saving Grace offers safety, hope, healing, and encourages Central Oregonians to embrace life without violence.

The Jesse Tree of Idaho

Sponsored by: Boise, ID

The Jesse Tree of Idaho was founded in 1999.  Our founders, Monsignor John Donoghue and JoAnne Vahey, strived to fill a gap in the community by preventing homelessness.  Since our founding, the Jesse Tree has grown into a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing homelessness. Partnering with the City of Boise and Boise State University School of Social Work, the organization’s homeless prevention program was created.

Join us Tuesday, May 28th, for a night of giving.

 

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