Oskar Blues Brewery

CAN’d Aid is the do-goodery arm of Oskar Blues Brewery. We were created as a funk + funky way to do a lil’ good in communities around the US.


Oskar Blues Fooderies

OB restaurants donate 10% of proceeds at each restaurant one night per month. They’re also always sure to step up and fill our tummies with good grub at countless events throughout the year.

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Steep Canyon Rangers

As TUNES ambassadors, this Grammy award winning bluegrass band is spreading TUNES love by helping raise funds, hosting music workshops + more! Get the full rundown here.

Ball Foundation

Key supporters of the Crush it Crusade – an effort to get people recycling.


50% of proceeds from these funky, fun upcyled cans are donated to CAN’d Aid.

Stem Ciders

100% of all proceeds from their annual CiderGrass Festival benefit CAN’d Aid’s TUNES efforts.


Kent Cycling sources and supplies all bikes needed for bike builds around the US.


Appalachian Trail Conservancy

We’ve teamed up with the ATC to build a core of young trail leaders along the Appalachian Trail. Getting our youth stoked on building trails and protecting our outdoor spaces!


The Wooks

Kentucky’s own bluegrass band the Wooks are kicking up their TUNES Ambassador status by hosting hands-on pickin’ workshops, playing benefit concerts and jamming in one-of-a-kind #CrushItSessions.

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Neko Mulally

Professional downhill mountain biker and Treads + Trails ambassador, Neko keeps the mountain biking stoke high.

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Zero Hero

Empowering the world with simple and proven zero waste systems and strategies. Recycle at your office, compost at your school, go zero waste at your event, we’ll show you how.

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Awd aRT

Amazingly creative upcycled art projects made entirely from recycled materials like cans and bottle caps.

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WNC Adventure Tours

The CAN’d Aid Discover Nature Tour provides individuals a chance to explore beautiful North Carolina while a portion of all proceeds are donated to Treads + Trails programs.