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Even though most teachers and students are online right now they are sending supplies home to the kids. Please donate and don’t forget wipes and hand sanitizer for the teachers who have to go back in the classroom. You can also drop off at our location 6800 N. Camino Martin, Tucson AZ 85741.
Click the “Reserve a Kit” link under your desired location.
Complete a short registration form. After submitting, you’ll be taken to an Eventbrite page on which you can reserve your kit.
Save the email confirmation you receive from Eventbrite and present it to a member of the Four Peaks team during your assigned pickup time to receive your kit. You do not need to print out the confirmation. Drive-by pickup will be available at select locations.
Life happens! If you miss your scheduled kit pickup, just bring your digital voucher to Four Peaks 8th Street (1340 E. 8th Street in Tempe) on Tuesday, August 18 between 3-6 p.m. We’ll be there passing out any remaining kits.
We at Four Peaks Brewing Co. believe teachers have the most important jobs in the world (yes, even more important than making beer). We’re honored to support you and will continue to do so as long as we’re able.
Want to help?
You can support the Four Peaks For Teachers program this summer by purchasing Kilt Lifter, our award-winning Scottish-style amber ale. A percentage of every can, bottle, or pint you buy will be used to expand the program and provide supplies to thousands of teachers in need.
During this terribly trying time, we have a lot of wonderful “heroes” you hear about every day. I don’t think we hear enough about our teachers. You are my HEROES! I think some do not realize the work you still do while being at home. Teaching online, phone calls to parents, grading all weekend, worrying about your students, opening daycares for first responders and so much more. So many have come in here with home made sanitizer, masks and little gifts for us. WE should be giving to you.
We need your help. This shutdown is hard on everyone but because teachers are teaching online our revenue has dropped almost to nothing. I believe we will come back stronger than ever when school opens in August but until then we just want to stay open. Your support will help us continue giving teachers the supplies they need in this crazy time.