We donate all of our funds to local charities because we believe in building the whole community as well as the beer community.  

Charities that BeerWorks has previously donated to:
Hope Center for Autism
Treasure Coast Food Bank
Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society
Maddie's Fight
Honor Flight
Treasure Coast Alzhiemers Association
Learn To Read of St Lucie County
Harvest Food & Outreach Center
Kate's Hope
Viet Van Veterans of America
The Hundred Club of SLC
Treasure Coast Hospice
Florida Oceanographic Society
Dogs & Cats Forever


... and many other local charities.

SOC Aaron Vaughn was KIA August 6th, 2011 when his helicopter was shot down in the Tangi River Valley, Afghanistan. He left behind two small children. His life and legacy are the inspiration behind Operation 300. We believe that when a member of our Armed Services gives his life in defense of our great nation, the least that we can do is pledge to honor that sacrifice and care for his family. This is the heart behind Operation 300, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit which hosts adventure camps for children who have lost their fathers as a result of military service, provides mentorship, honors the sacrifice of the fallen and promotes patriotism and service in our communities.


The financial contribution that BeerWorks made helped to fund one of our Operation 300 camps. The money helped to purchase plane tickets for the 26 campers and 14 mothers we brought in for a weekend of adventure and mentorship for the kids and relaxation and rejuvenation for the moms. We host 6 camps per year and this year has grown to almost 200 campers in attendance (not including moms) because of the help of organizations like BeerWorks!

Molly’s House, a purpose-built Hospital Hospitality House located in Stuart, Florida, has been keeping families together by providing short-term, affordable accommodations for the families of hospitalized loved ones and hospital outpatients since 1996.


Molly’s House is a three story Victorian style house. It has a wrap-around porch, spiral staircase, flower beds and lots of windows. The main features of the house are: 11,000 square feet with two family suites, twelve bedrooms with private baths, two kitchens, a chapel, a library, a laundry room, lounge area and large front and back porches. The house is located just three blocks west of Martin Memorial Medical Center and close to downtown Stuart.

Molly’s House was built by generous contributions from the local community. Many businesses donated time and materials to help with the project. At its completion, Molly’s House is truly a community built project. 

Since 1955, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast has been our community's leading advocate for homeless, abused and abandoned animals. We provide the Treasure Coast's most progressive spay-neuter and adoption programs, dynamic humane education services, and partnerships with like-minded organizations.


For more than 60 years, HSTC has been an open admission shelter, meaning we turn no animal away.

HSTC strives to save every animal that arrives at our door. We never euthanize animals available for adoption for space reasons, and there is no limit for how long animals remain in our care.  While we actively seek to place our animals into loving homes, for some it is simply not possible nor responsible.