At Krafted Spirits, we consider our company part of the community. We believe it’s vital to show up and support the organizations doing important work in our area, because when they benefit, we all do. We proudly sponsor a diverse array of local nonprofits and charitable events, and we look forward to doing so for years to come.
El Nido Family Centers is a nonprofit agency that provides support services including Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment, Parent Education and Family Development, Teen Parent Family Services and Youth Development. The gala showcased the organization’s culinary, art and entrepreneurial youth programs, with students creating the menu, sharing their business plan and photographing the event. This personal connection with the students inspired donors and partners to contribute $294,000, the highest amount the event has raised to date.
Hosted at the Rose Bowl, this outdoor festival is catered by more than 90 of L.A.’s top restaurants, culinary and beverage masters, with nearly 3,000 guests in attendance. 100% of the proceeds from the event directly benefit Union Station Homeless Services, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to helping homeless men, women and children rebuild their lives. The organization offers critical services including street outreach, meals, shelter, housing, case management and career development. Over the last three years, Masters of taste has raised more than $1.5 million in support of Union Station’s life-saving programs.
This special evening included a tablescape design competition, a unique auction and special liqueur tastings, all to support local community leadership programs. Donations benefitted the Junior League of Pasadena, a historic nonprofit founded to help women build futures and strengthen their communities; and Leadership Pasadena, which assists business professionals and military veterans to adapt their skills to leadership roles in nonprofit, civic government and service organizations.
Festival of Fall is a gourmet food and drink event benefitting AbilityFirst, a service-driven nonprofit that provides a variety of programs to help people with disabilities achieve their full potential throughout their lives. The organization does this by creating targeted programming to help an individual successfully transition from childhood to adult life; providing employment.
preparation, training, and experience; building social connections and independence; and offering both their participants and their caregivers an opportunity to refresh and recharge through their recreational activities. AbilityFirst’s person-centered programs empower individuals to discover what is important to them in their lives, and to develop the skills that are important for them to achieve their goals.
Over 50 of Southern California’s finest restaurants and beverage purveyors participated in this Project by Project fundraiser at the Indigo Hotel. The Theme of the event was Housing Opportunities Meant for Everyone (H.O.M.E.) and benefited the Center for the Pacific Asian Family to advocate for Asian & Pacific Islander American representation in the movement to end homelessness in Los Angeles County.