Helping hands: New Schlafly brew will benefit hospitality industry

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With the coronavirus impacting life across the country and around the world, communication is a priority. We are compiling a guide to keep readers up-to-date on fundraising, volunteer efforts, and other activities that address the situation in St. Louis. Send suggestions to ae@post-dispatch.com.

Beer for a good cause • Schlafly has created a concoction to benefit the hospitality industry. Side Work, described as a "Foggy IPA", is available in packs of four 16-ounce cans. Proceeds from beer sales will be donated to the Gateway Resilience Fund. Side Work will be available for purchase in early April at Schlafly breweries. For beer orders, call 314-241-2337.

Support local breweries • During this pandemic, two local breweries would appreciate your support. Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. is accepting donations to benefit its employees. To go gofundme.com/f/ucbc-out-of-work. International Tap House in Soulard is also raising funds for its workers in gofundme.com/f/itap-soulard-staff-relief-fund.

Auction goes online • St. Louis Crisis Nursery has canceled the Razzle Dazzle Ball, which was to be held on April 4. But a fundraising auction that was planned for the event is being held online. Proceeds benefit children and families who go to daycare for help. The auction is open until 10 a.m. April 6. To participate: eg smartmart.com/events/gV3/.

SIUE Student Aid • The campaign is accepting donations on behalf of Southern Illinois Edwardsville University students facing financial challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information: siuegive.com.

4 hands for hands • Two-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer are available in 4 Hands Brewery while supplies last. Donations to a GoFundMe campaign are suggested to benefit employees and owners of local and independent bars, restaurants and shops. Find more information in gofundme.com/f/st-louis-city-wide-hospitality-industry-fund.

Gateway Resilience Fund • The Gateway Resistance Fund, organized by the St. Louis Community Foundation, accepts donations and applications. The fund provides monetary relief to employees and owners of independent bars, restaurants and shops in the St. Louis area. More information: stlgives.org/covid19/gateway-resilience-fund.

Good for the grove • Sean Baltzell, Matt Leach and Mike Palermo of Takashima Records have established a GoFundMe campaign to benefit bar and restaurant workers in the Grove neighborhood. Donations are 100% tax deductible, and the goal is to raise $ 25,000. The money will go towards daily meal preparation and support efforts for affected workers. More information: goodforthegrove.org.

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