Tilted Kilt to Raise Money for Military Families on Memorial Day

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. On Memorial Day, Valley Tilted Kilt locations will be helping raise money for a military non-profit that provides money to families of disabled or fallen veterans. So if you were ever looking for an excuse to hit up Tilted Kilt for a brew with a view, Memorial Day is the best time to do it and still feel like you're being good.

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As part of their "Here's to the Heroes" campaign, Tilted Kilt will be selling paper dog tags for a $1 or $5 donation on Monday, May 26 through the fourth of July, displaying donated tags on the walls until then. Proceeds will go to Folds of Honor Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships for children and spouses of military service men and women killed or disabled while in service.

Last year, the fundraiser donated $65,706 to the non-profit, and this year the company hopes to nearly double that to $100,000, with a generous $10,000 additional donation from Anheuser Busch. All five Valley locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Paradise Valley, and Peoria will be participating in the event.

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