Sunday October 25, 2015 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM EDT
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Monday Night Brewing 
670 Trabert Ave NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

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Hannah Landgraf 
Central Outreach & Advocacy Center 
(404) 601-3172 

Cheers for Change 2015!

Supporting Sustainable Solutions to Homelessness 

Do you like delicious food, craft beer, and live music? Are you interested in supporting a great cause?

Join us on Sunday, October 25 from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Monday Night Brewing Company for our third annual Cheers for Change event to support the vital work of Central Outreach & Advocacy Center!

Tickets are $25 online and $30 at the door. The ticket gets you a tour of the brewery, which comes with a pint glass and free tastings of beer. 

You will also be able to enjoy three hours of delicious food, live music, interactive games, a raffle, and the chance to learn about Central OAC and the work we're doing to change lives and reduce homelessness in Atlanta. 

We hope you will join us (and bring your friends!) as we drink beer, have fun, and work to make a difference. If you can't make it, but would like to donate tickets for volunteers, please purchase the tickets and email Hannah Landgraf at hlandgraf@centraloac.org to let her know that you'd like to give them away.

Get ready to raise your glass. Let's cheers for change!

Click the button below to purchase your tickets online! You can also buy tickets for up to 15 friends.

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Want to know more about Central Outreach & Advocacy Center? We're a nonprofit in downtown Atlanta that provides critical, life-sustaining services like access to food, clothing, shelter, and identification to individuals and families experiencing homelessness or teetering on the brink. Central OAC also offers employment readiness training to men and women struggling to get back on their feet, and seeks to empower the community to advocate for positive changes in attitudes and policies that contribute to homelessness. Through programs, services, and advocacy, Central OAC is committed to reducing homelessness in our city, and partnering with others to make Atlanta a healthier and more vibrant place. For more information, visit Central OAC's website.