Beer Builds Community & Community Builds Beer

In an effort to make more of an impact in our community, MadTree is excited to partner with the following non-profits. These organizations collectively represent our philanthropic interests. This is a diverse group doing standout work. Our investment in them is a commitment to becoming an integral part of the community; a goal at the heart of our mission.

We strive to be a company not only respected for producing quality craft beer that competes at a national level but also a top employer and pillar of the community. We feel that our charitable involvements, giving back to our community, are part of the recipe for success. We're more than a brewery. We're MadTree.

Cincinnati Community Toolbank

The Cincinnati Community ToolBank is a nonprofit tool lending program that provides fellow not-for-profit organizations with year-round access to an inventory of tools for use in volunteer projects and for facility and grounds maintenance.

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CityLink Center

CityLink is a city-wide initiative that leverages the strengths of various social service agencies in Cincinnati and continues to build support from a broad base of faith-based, corporate, foundation and individual supporters.

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Starfire is focused on decreasing the social isolation felt by people with disabilities, by helping people with disabilities and their families connect to a network of friends, neighbors, and others in their community.

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Give Back Cincinnati

Give Back Cincinnati offers dozens volunteer opportunities annually that are planned with members and community in mind. To celebrate the hard work and new friendships formed, they have a social event following each service opportunity.

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Monthly Partners

January’s Partner


For more than 30 years, Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC) has continued to provide vital services to assist individuals and families who reside in Madisonville and the surrounding communities. MEAC’s activities are centered around providing emergency assistance in the form of food, clothing, rent, and utility assistance for our neighbors in need. MEAC also provides programs to support self-sufficiency. These programs include early childhood and adult literacy, financial and life coaching, and job training, placement and retention.

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On Deck

Girls On The Run

Previous Partners

Building Blocks for Kids

Duckcreek YMCA

Adopt A Book

Changing Gears

Pets for Patients

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

Alzheimer's Association


Stray Animal Adoption Program

Gorman Heritage Farms