Hustle to Fight Homelessness with the Seahawks

Elysian Brewing, Seattle Seahawks and Plymouth Housing Group are teaming up for a donation drive to tackle homelessness.

The Seattle Seahawks along with Elysian Brewing and Plymouth Housing Group are teaming up for a donation drive to tackle homelessness.

From now through April 15, community members are welcome to bring non-perishable food, unused personal care items and cleaning products, new linens and kitchenware to any of Elysian’s pubs. These items will go toward Plymouth Housing Group’s residents who are in need.

In return for donations, community members will receive 10 percent off food and beverage purchases.

Donations are also being accepted at all four of the Seahawks Pro Shops.

A special event April 20 will cap off this Hustle to Fight Homelessness campaign.

For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page — Hustle to Fight Homelessness.

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