In 2014, The Rogue Foundation gave back to many different community organizations and stood up for many causes, including bettering education, improving animal health & safety, combating poverty and supporting the military.
Rogue’s first landlord in Newport, Oregon, Mo Niemi, asked that Rogue “feed the fisherman” when she rented the space for the Bayfront Public House. She wanted her tenants to support the local community in Newport where a lot of fisherman lived.
Twenty-six years later, Rogue carries on with that philosophy. And in total for the year, Rogue funded charities, organizations and movements with $268,000. From the Jamaican Bobsled team to the Preservation of Historic Oregon, we found many worthy causes to support. Click on the image to see even more.
What do you think we should stand for in 2015?
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