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NewSylum Brewing, NYFS Conducting Third Annual Mental Health Month Fundraiser



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Through the end of the month, NewSylum Brewing Company and Newtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS) are celebrating a continued partnership to support Mental Health Awareness Month.

Readers are invited to NewSylum Brewing, at 36 Keating Farms Avenue, any time this month, and order one of the local brewery’s favorites, Therapy Session.

All profits from the purchase of the hazy New England-style pale ale will go to NYFS, a leading mental health and youth services agency that serves the greater Newtown area.

NewSylum Founding Partners Dave Kingsley and Mark Tambascio spearheaded the fundraiser in 2022 to support the mental health efforts in the community.

NYFS Executive Director Candice Bohr said “partnerships with local businesses like NewSylum are very beneficial to promote awareness for our mission to help our youth and families reach their highest potential, and working with a business that prioritizes the health of its community adds further value to this important fundraiser.”

Kingsley said since the inception of NewSylum, “we felt an obligation and a privilege to support local mental health services and NYFS does a great job.”

Newtown Youth and Family Services is the largest provider of youth support and mental health services in Newtown. It is committed to providing the greater Newtown community with high quality health and youth services that promote wellness and allow everyone to thrive. For more information about NYFS go to newtownyouthandfamilyservices.org.

NewSylum Brewing Company, located on the Fairfield Hills campus in Newtown, was established in 2020. Offering a wide selection of brewed-on-premises beers, NewSylum also offers a variety of wines, wood-fired pizza, pretzels, hot dogs, and charcuterie. There is always live music on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For more information visit newsylumbrewing.com.

NewSylum Brewing Company and Newtown Youth & Family Services are collaborating this month for the third annual Mental Health Awareness Month fundraiser.
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