alright i'm setting up a carrd resource that I plan to distribute to major breweries so that they have an easy efficient way (and no excuse not) to be able to donate proceeds where they're needed most.

what i could use from everyone here is: (reply or DM)

-name of local community/nonprofit org close to you, that you are familiar w/
-their website/resource page
-brief blurb (one or two lines) about their mission

i'd appreciate the help!


please boost & share!

just noticed the 'regions' page is fucked up on mobile. oh well. this is a work in progress

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I am also keeping this only to the U.S. for now - just trying this idea out and seeing how it works. However, if you want to take and run with this for other regions, please let me know and I can share some ideas!

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@ryanlittlefield the state selector seems to not be in any order and also when I pick new york (on my phone) it just bumps me back to the landing page?

@shoofle Yeah it is very much still a work in progress. I spent about an hour on registering the site and all that this morning. The mobile view of the states is messed up as well. Lot of work to do. But I figure, taking submissions for orgs right now can't hurt, so that I can have some examples to work with as I go forward. (and I've already got a few of my own :) )

@shoofle And yeah, the states don't each have their own page yet, so they will bump you back to the beginning until they do. Just haven't gotten there yet.

@shoofle If you want, you can check again - I fixed the view on mobile and it should be looking a bit better now, and now I do have landing pages for each region.


- In Our Own Voices
- Albany's own LGBT POC resource center.

-Capital Roots
-Organizers of community gardens and fresh produce distribution in Capital Region.

@RC Thanks! Check out the site - I added these and some more of my own choosing :)

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