Saving Brisbane's Vanuatu Cyclone Relief one craft beer at a time during April with the Mammoth Stampede.

The Vanuatu Cyclone Relief Committee is a Brisbane group of Vanuatu citizens forming after Cyclone Pam hit the country, destroying thousands of buildings and killing sixteen people. The Vanuatu Cyclone Relief Committee are urgently seeking assistance from the wider community to fund the costs of shipping containers for the many donations they have already received from Queenslanders to distribute to the communities in Vanuatu who need it the most. Donations are sort to supply bedding, tents, sanitary items, tools, clothing, food, seeds for farmers and more.
Donate here to make an immediate difference.

Looking at a strong, local community focus, the Woolly Mammoth Alehouse has launched a unique initiative: the Mammoth Stampede.

Drink craft beer with a conscience with knock-off schmiddies that count at Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, every Friday. From 4pm every Friday afternoon, Woolly Mammoth taps a keg of Mammoth Lager with all proceeds directly donated to local grass root charities or smaller groups, who might not have the resources or funding that larger charities do.

Feel good about your hangover where every Mammoth Stampede glass of beer counts towards a greater cause.

April Mammoth Stampede: Vanuatu Cyclone Relief Stampede
4pm, every Friday during April
Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
Free entry with 18+ Photo ID.

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