Four Peaks Charities & Partnerships
We at Four Peaks take our role in the community seriously. Since our founding, we’ve collaborated with businesses, nonprofits, and customers to help people and animals in need, clean and restore the wilderness areas we all enjoy, and generally make Arizona a more awesome place.
FOUR PEAKS FOR TEACHERS
Four Peaks for Teachers was created to help reduce the financial burden on teachers in the Southwest-many of whom spend hundreds of dollars on school supplies each year. Using direct donations and funds raised through beer sales, we purchase the supplies teachers tell us they need, from scissors and staplers to pencils and paper, and build kits to hand out for free in multiple cities and states. This year, we’re proud to distribute 10,000 kits to teachers in Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada.
A percentage from every can, bottle, and pint of four peaks kilt lifter sold is used to expand the program and provide supplies to thousands of teachers in need.
Each bottle of this wondrous wheat beer is infused with two things: sweet orange peel and the spirit of giving. A percentage of sales goes straight to The Joy Bus, a Phoenix-based nonprofit that aims to elevate the quality of life for homebound cancer patients through home-cooked meals and friendly conversation. A beer that not only tastes great, but also supports a great cause? Wow.
AZ Humane Society
Since 2017, we’ve teamed up with John Holmberg, host of Holmberg’s Morning Sickness on 98KUPD, to create a beer we lovingly call Holmberg Bound. It’s always a big, red IPA based on a recipe Holmberg himself created, and proceeds always benefit the good people and pups at the Arizona Humane Society.
Additional community charity support
We regularly release beers and merch produced in partnership with local nonprofits and organizations that support marginalized groups within our community. Every one of them you buy helps us help them, so thanks!
Four Peaks Cleanups
After the Bush Fire—one of the largest wildfires in Arizona history—burned more than 186,000 acres in the Tonto National Forest and Four Peaks Mountain Wilderness, we worked with the Tonto National Forest Service and National Forest Foundation to officially adopt the area. This means that we’ll be hosting restoration and cleanup efforts all year long to keep the Four Peaks Wilderness pristine and help our namesake return to its natural splendor.
Save Our Saguaros
Save Our Saguaros is a specific aspect of our Four Peaks Wilderness restoration efforts. For this year’s event, we’ll be planting more than 300 trees, bushes, and cacti across 12 acres of the Four Peaks Wilderness.
Keep Phoenix Beautiful
In 2021, Four Peaks employees partnered with Keep Phoenix Beautiful for several restoration and conservation projects in the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area. Look for more events open to the public in the coming months.