LBC’s Revel In Reuse 2018 Annual Fundraiserwill bring together talented chefs, musicians, artists and material reuse champions to celebrate both LBC’s reuse mission and the incredible community assets of Southwest Atlanta. This year’s event will be held in Monday Night Brewing’s new West End facility, The Garage, and will be sponsored by two long-time partners of LBC, Perennial Properties and the Atlanta BeltLine. In addition to learning more about LBC’s future vision for its warehouse facility, you’ll also learn how LBC gives back to area nonprofits through its Nonprofit Material MATCH Program, enjoy networking with LBC’s passionate community and compete for unique prizes!
MONDAY NIGHT BREWING:
Monday Night Brewing is an Atlanta-based craft brewery which specializes in “weeknight” beers – balanced, flavorful ales that pair well with food. The Garage is Monday Night Brewing’s new barrel-aging and souring facility in Atlanta’s West End, located along the newly completed Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail.
PARTICIPATE IN THE EVENT:
We are looking for local restaurants, businesses and organizations to participate in the event. We have an expected event attendance of 400-500 within our audience of real estate professionals, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, designers, artists and more. If you have a product or service you would like to offer in return for the opportunity to connect with this community, please contact Shannon Goodman at 678.592.0417 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
For more information, please visit the event’s webpage at lifecyclebuildingcenter.org/fundraiser.
ABOUT LIFECYCLE BUILDING CENTER:
Lifecycle Building Center (LBC) is a six-year-old nonprofit organization that maximizes resource efficiency in the built environment by salvaging usable building materials and providing free educational programs. LBC operates a 70,000 sq. ft. retail facility in Southwest Atlanta with deeply discounted building materials available to the public. Nonprofits, schools, community groups and houses of faith can also access free materials through LBC’s Nonprofit Material MATCH Program.
Since beginning operations in 2011, LBC has:
• Diverted 3.6 million pounds of building materials from landfills
• Donated FREE building materials to 140 nonprofit organizations
• Saved the community over $2.2 million through discounts on material purchases and free material donations to nonprofits