Charles Woodson To Donate Portion of Woodson Whiskey Sales sold at Allegiant Stadium to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation – Ackerman Center
Raiders football icon and Heisman Trophy Winner Charles Woodson, owner of the new craft spirit line Woodson Bourbon Whiskey, has announced that $1.00 from every bottle of his product sold to Allegiant Stadium during 2021-2022 season will be donated directly to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.
“Team Woodson Whiskey is proud to partner with Breakthru Beverage Nevada once again to truly make a difference in the Las Vegas community and in the world as a whole,” said Charles Woodson. “I am eager to announce that with Breakthru Beverage Nevada, we will be donating $1.00 of each bottle sold to Allegiant Stadium to the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation!”
“One of our core tenets is giving back to the communities we serve,” said Scott Blazek, Executive Vice President, Breakthru Beverage Nevada. “I’m honored to announce Breakthru Beverage Nevada is joining our partners from Woodson Whiskey to donate a portion of the proceeds from each bottle sold to Allegiant Stadium to the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.”
“We are so honored to have been chosen by Woodson Whiskey and Breakthru Beverage as the recipient of their generous donations by way of the proceeds from bottle sales at Allegiant Stadium,” stated President and CEO Peter Krauss of Grant a Gift Autism Foundation. “Charles and the team at Breakthru have proven their commitment to outreach in our community. Their donations will allow Grant A Gift Autism Foundation – Ackerman Center to serve and support more families in Southern Nevada master living with autism.”
ABOUT GRANT A GIFT AUTISM FOUNDATION – ACKERMAN CENTER:
The mission of Grant a Gift Autism Foundation (GGAF) – Ackerman Center is to help children, young adults, and their families master living with autism by providing access to best-in-class diagnostic and treatment services, vocational programs, family support and case management to all families facing the challenges of autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. For more information, visit www.grantagift.com.