Including terminal food all for a good cause.
A percentage of sales is going toward's grayson's ladder for giving tuesday.
The organization is to support grayson ledbetter he has alexander's disease.
It's a rare disorder of the nervous system.
Dale bent/ general manager terminal brewhouse "if you ever meet the young man, you just want to do whatever you can to help.
But at the same time there are tons of organizations out there with great causes.
This so happens to be the one we wanted to help this time.
We are always looking to reach out and help people in the community.
We are a locally owned establishment and we want to help anyway we can."
Over at the west village, restaurants like old gillman grill are donating 10 percent of proceeds to the erlanger neuroscience institute.
The hospital's foundation relies on donations.
Steven wagner/ erlanger health system foundation "we service people whether they can pay for their services at erlanger or not.
So in order to continue to grow and get new machines and expand programs. we really do depend on philanthropy from the community to make that happen."
At the humane educational society, people are coming in with donations and items for the pets.
Taylor hixson/ humane educational society "it makes an incredible difference for us.
Especially this time of year there are things we need, like blankets, canned food, treats and toys and it really helps us get through the end of the year."
Basf donated 10 thousand dollars to different organizations in the chattanooga area for giving tuesday.
Amanda hodges/basf "well we want to be a great neighbor.
We've been here for over 50 years and so we love this community."
Back at terminal brewhouse, they say giving is the least they can do.
"anything we can do to help that is what we would like to do."
We are raising money for the salvation army.
If you would like to help you can "donate to our red kettle" banner on our website at w-d-ef dot com.
Live in chattanooga, robyn estabrook, news 12 now.
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