Airways Brewing plans Shop with a Cop fundraiser Nov. 22

Monies for children to buy holiday gifts

  • Monday, November 11, 2019 2:19pm
  • Business
COURTESY FILE PHOTO, Kent Police

COURTESY FILE PHOTO, Kent Police

A fundraiser is set for 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22 at Airways Brewing Tap Room and Brewery, 8611 S. 212th St., to help raise money for the annual Kent Shop with a Cop event.

Now in its sixth year, Target opens its doors to kids in the community paired with Kent Police officers for a morning of holiday gift shopping and fun they wouldn’t otherwise get.

Airways will provide some delicious food for a $10+ donation, and all money will given to Kent Youth and Family Services to purchase gift cards for the shopping trip.

If you can’t make it on the 22nd, Airways also be collecting donations at the bar up until just before the shopping date. You can donate with cash, credit card, or a check made out to Kent Youth and Family Services.

The Tap Room is a 21 and older venue.

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