The newly-formed Baltimore Brew Club connects people with good drinks for good causes.  They host events and promotions in partnership with local non-profits, local breweries and coffee roasters, and businesses serving local brews.

The Refugee Youth Project is thrilled to be one of the first beneficiaries of the Baltimore Brew Club, alongside Baltimore Bike Party and World Relief.

You can read more about the Baltimore Brew Club in this Baltimore Sun article and sign up below! Members pay $10 for a coffee “passport” that features one-time benefits like a free cup of coffee and buy-one-get-one-free deals at 11 locations. They just released a beer passport for $20, which features locales such as Key Brewing Co., Waverly Brewing Co., Clavel and others.