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||MillerCoors' 'Tap Into Change' running all summer
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MillerCoors is celebrating Pride all summer long in Chicago through the "Tap Into Change" program, which will direct a portion of the proceeds from every MillerCoors product sold at select accounts toward non-profit organizations.
The program will contribute up to $50,000 to local groups and agencies focused on LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS-related causes. Now in its eighth year, MillerCoors has donated more than $200,000 to local nonprofits through the Tap Into Change program.
Tap Into Change runs through Aug. 31 at 20 participating locations, including: Avenue Tavern, Big Chicks, Bobby Love's, The Call, Cell Block, Charlie's Chicago, The Closet, DS Tequila, The Glenwood, Hamburger Mary's, Jack Hammer, Little Jim's, Meeting House, North End, Pub 626, Roscoe's, Sidetrack, Sofo Tap, Splash and Spyners.
Benefitting organizations include Howard Brown Health, A Just Harvest, About Face Theatre, Affinity, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, American Veterans for Equal Rights, Care for Real, Center on Addison, Center on Halsted, Chicago House, Heartland Alliance Health, Howard Brown Health, Illinois Safe Schools Alliance, Legacy Project, Leather Archives & Museum, Legal Council for Health Justice, Pride Arts Center and TPAN.
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