Cape Cod Beer Raises Over $34,000 for Barnstable Police K9 Foundation

Gift will help fund infrared cameras for police K9s...
Cape Cod Beer presents a check for $34,039 to the Barnstable Police K9 Foundation (CC Beer photo)

From Cape Cod Beer...

Hi Cape Cod, 
We wanted to take a minute to write you a love note. This is what YOU did. With your help, we raised more than THIRTY FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS for the Barnstable Police K9 Foundation.

You paid admission to the fundraising party, you bought Fur Missile beer, you bought pint glasses, as business owners you made sponsorship contributions, you donated personally & you bought auction items. We are enormously grateful to Cape Cod Aggregates Corp - $10,000 of the total istheir extremely generous matching donation.

When the K9 Foundation first came to us our hope was to help them get a kick start towards their goal of buying infrared cameras for the police K9s to help improve officer safety and tactical capabilities. At $20k each, we knew it was a big fundraising goal for them & we just hoped to help them get a start. YOU, Cape Cod, have exceeded the wildest dreams that any of us had for this. Because of you, the first infrared K9 camera is already on order.

It's moments like these that remind us that we have an unbelievably kind and caring community; even in the face of tragedy. We are reminded that we still have the ability to come together and accomplish great things with the small acts of many. It is inspiring for us to see what we can accomplish together.

We'll keep making the beer. You keep giving us the inspiration to do so. Thank you, Cape Cod.

Love,
Cape Cod Beer


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