Grant Tank at The Bruery

RevComm Foundation is excited to host Grant Tank at The Bruery on April 25th, 2024 at The Bruery’s incredible outdoor tasting room – located in beautiful northern Orange County within the rich heritage of Placentia. Their amazing outdoor space provides a great atmosphere to spark conversation over delicious hand crafted beer.

Founders Crystal and Daniel along with the dedicated Board of Directors will provide you with an introduction of what RevComm Foundation is doing to level the playing field for nonprofit organizations. Come prepared to hear about the great work that is being done in and around your community. Enjoy an evening filled with dinner, beverages and great conversation amongst fellow philanthropists. Most importantly of all, as an attendee of RevComm Foundation’s inaugural Grant Tank event, both attendees and sharks will have the opportunity to support and fund selected nonprofit organizations through this exciting “fast pitch” event.

Guests will be in the audience alongside Sharks to hear each agency “fast pitch” about their mission and programs. Enjoy an evening promoting a philanthropic atmosphere and join the FUNding by casting a vote for the “People’s Choice Agency” who will receive 50% of ticket sales.

Tickets include a food truck dinner, snacks, and two drink tickets. Additional beverages can be enjoyed with purchase.


Help make this one-of-a-kind event come to life by supporting event overhead. As a 100% volunteer-led organization, we can ensure that all funds raised during this exciting event are reinvested back into the community. Gain philanthropic recognition within your community while also supporting nonprofit organizations still in the early years who are so often overlooked by traditional funders.

As part of your corporate social responsibility, consider a partnership with RevComm Foundation. You’ll align your business with a local nonprofit that is transforming lives in your own backyard and changing the future of nonprofit funding and resources. Custom sponsorship opportunities are also available – contact us at today!

Our Sharks are the VIPs of the event, they will sit front and center as chosen organizations pitch their mission and programs. Sharks will additionally be given the opportunity to have 1:1 conversations with each nonprofit prior to determining whom they choose to fund.

Meet the 2024 Nonprofits


For Goodness Cakes – Inland Empire Chapter

For Goodness Cakes® has found a unique and innovative approach to supporting a highly underserved community. Beginning in 2016, Founder Jamie Lehman created a network of volunteers to bake birthday and academic graduation celebration cakes for disadvantaged youth and young adults. The organization is big on collaboration and executes its mission by partnering with other nonprofits who work directly with the cake recipients who order on their behalf, and then volunteer bakers dubbed the “Sprinkle Squad” bake a treat specialized for the recipient. Sounds simple, right? But there are very few concepts like this across the country. The vision of the organization is that through the love and support of its “Sprinkle Squard”, these youth and young adults get some much-needed time to not feel the increasing pressure of their socioeconomic situation, but rather help nurture optimism and confidence at a critical age.

Heavy Breathing Foundation

Heavy Breathing Foundation is dedicated to helping at-risk individuals build confidence through powerlifting and strength training. They believe that when people are physically strong, they are better equipped to face the challenges of the real world, and that the discipline and mental toughness required for lifting heavy weights translates directly into success in all areas of life. The organization currently offers three core programs: 1:1 sponsorship programming, which may include gym membership costs and equipment needs; an after-school program supporting youth engaged in the Boys and Girls Club; a collaborative program with local sober living home and rehab centers to provide structure and accountability. By partnering with other organizations to identify at-risk individuals who can benefit from such programs, Heavy Breathing Foundation provides them with the support and guidance they need to succeed.


Made New Foundation

The Made New Foundation emerged from its Founder’s transformation journeys during incarceration. With almost six decades of combined experience behind bars, their team realized the need for change and innovative services for those who have been justice-impacted. The organization’s belief is rooted in early intervention and education for at-risk individuals – by partnering with local schools and community centers, they inspire and empower those transitioning back into society by equipping them wrap-around services that include basic needs, education, vocational training, and mentorship. Made New Foundation’s reentry services are innovative and unique, as their vocational training component integrates cutting-edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR) by personalizing learning and development paths for individuals, offering tailored guidance and support.

Surfing Madonna Oceans Project

Surfing Madonna Oceans Project is a community inspired by Mark Patterson’s Surfing Madonna mosaic that was installed in the City of Encinitas in 2011. The nonprofit was later founded to expand the sense of community that the mosaic brought into community programming for the special needs population. Programs encompass a Surf Camp that allows two hundred children with cognitive delays and physical challenges to participate in fun experiences at San Diego beaches, and Arts Programming (as tribute to the Surfing Madonna mosaic) aimed at conserving, maintaining and promoting the public display of art and the promotion of environmental conservation efforts. For the kids participating in Surf Camp, surfing represents a dream they never thought possible due to their physical and cognitive challenges. Achieving this dream has the potential to profoundly transform their lives.


Aquamotion Ability Foundation

is dedicated to helping transform the health and well-being of senior citizens and disabled individuals within the Inland Empire through a high quality water aerobics program that provides guidance and training that supports a healthy lifestyle. As a nonprofit their mission is to help every senior citizen and person with a disability learn about the power of water aerobics through low cost and scholarships.

Chingona Community, Inc.

is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering women. The Chingona Community and its practices incorporate resilient and unstoppable females doing good for themselves and in conjunction with its members. Program services focus on building business connections, training and development, while cultivating diverse initiatives that concern all women regardless of background or race.

Thundar, Lightning and Peace

was established to help Veterans with trauma. At 16, Sam decided to ACT and establish the organization to advocate for the millions of Veterans who no longer feel they have a purpose. Thundar LP is a need-based organization, allowing flexibility to provide support where it is most needed. Recent initiatives include: Blankets for Vets, Medic Bags 4 Warriors, and Dogs 4 Vets.

Underground GRIT

provides a voice to men, women, and youth who been impacted by the system and who are breaking cycles perpetuated by trauma. Through personal and professional experiences, they recognize the gaps in our system, and the needs of our most vulnerable individuals and families. Underground GRIT provides holistic mental health services and career development for incarcerated youth, both pre-release and post-release.