Goffstown, New Hampshire – The Worker Bee Fund is a Goffstown-based 501(c)(3) organization founded by Brian Hansen with one goal in mind. You can grow old at home.
To that end, they’re hosting a Brewfest on October 15th at Mountain Base Brewery. See below for details.
In 2018, Hansen started the Worker Bee Fund as a way to bring his knowledge and expertise to low-income individuals, especially disabled veterans in New Hampshire. Hansen has a passion for this kind of work. family in transition.
By day, Hansen is a structural designer whose work has benefited high-income people. Recognizing the need of his community in Manchester, Hansen has leveraged his expertise in building, construction and entrepreneurial skills to complete nearly 35 projects of varying scope and size to date with his Worker Bee Fund. is created.
Many of the projects completed by the Worker Bee Fund have helped build ADA-compliant kitchens, bathrooms, ramps, roofs, and more to make homes for disabled veterans more comfortable. The organization is able to fund these projects from the support of Hansen’s relationships within the construction community that provide knowledge, resources and labor at a fraction of the cost.
Anyone can refer a disabled veteran to Hansen e-mail or through their websiteProjects often use funding to complete the project. Although goals, recipients may also voluntarily provide nominal contributions. From Manchester She is less than an hour away If you know of an individual who could get help from this organization, please contact Hansen to find out how the Worker Bee Fund can provide assistance.
Brewfest this weekend mountain base brewery In Goffstown it’s set for Saturdays from 1pm to 5pm. Worker Bee Foundation website Find out more about the event and check out the list of over 10 participating breweries.In addition to beer, there are also food trucks including Squalo’s BBQ When sneaky veganlive music from aspiring musicians from Nashua.
To date, 200 tickets have been sold for the event. You can buy tickets here Tickets are available for $25 in advance and $30 on the day. All proceeds from Brewfest support the Worker Bee Fund to continue serving the disabled veterans community.
If you’re interested in supporting the organization beyond Brewfest, you can donate worker bee fund on their website. All donated dollars are matched by private benefactors.
The Worker Bee Fund is also working to organize a concert date at Manchester’s The Rex Theater in December, according to its website. Details are still being worked out, but 100% of the funds raised will go towards repairing homes for disabled veterans. Keep an eye on their website for upcoming dates.