Moonshine Sweet Tea has a deep-rooted commitment to donating a portion of our sweet tea sales to children’s charities. We are proud to say that drinking Moonshine Sweet Tea can help a child in need, and our goal is to bring that hope to children everywhere, one bottle at a time.

The owners of Moonshine are passionate about giving back—and have donated millions of dollars in the past to dozens of worthwhile organizations like Dell Children’s Hospital, Make-a-Wish, and Big Brothers/ Big Sisters, just to name a few.

So now, for all of us here at Moonshine, “Helping Children’s Charities” is much more than just a saying that tops our bottles. It is a promise that a portion of the proceeds from every bottle of Moonshine Sweet Tea will go toward continuing our efforts to help children live healthier, reach their potential and lead more fulfilling lives.

Join us! And be part of something that will bring about the kind of change that allows more kids to shine and enjoy the finer things in life—one sweet sip at a time.

Vandegrift High School Baseball Team and Moonshine Sweet Tea Deliver Thanksgiving Meals

November 17, 2017 For most Americans who are getting ready to enjoy next week’s Thanksgiving Day holiday whether their plans include watching football and parades on TV, cooking and eating turkey and all the trimmings or searching for big savings during Black Friday shopping. But for the members of the Vandegrift High School baseball team – plans…


Moonshine Sweet Tea & Comfort Crew Launch New Charitable Partnership

(November 13, 2017) Moonshine Sweet Tea has presented a $10,000 check as it becomes a new, major national sponsor of Comfort Crew. The Austin-based non-profit organization accepted the donation at an event celebrating its tenth anniversary of providing programs and resources for military children and their families. “Moonshine Sweet Tea recognizes the personal sacrifices made…


Moonshine Sweet Tea and Salvation Army “Rock the Red Kettle” for Hurricane Harvey Recovery Efforts

(November 1, 2017)   Ninety-six mobile feeding units served 907-thousand meals, 966-thousand snacks, and nearly 980-thousand drinks statewide. Emotional Spiritual Care Officers also ministered to nearly 60-thousand first responders and survivors. In all, volunteers spent 5,000 hours in Victoria, Seadrift, Port Lavaca, Corpus Christi, Port Aransas, Cuero, La Grange and other communities. The staggering numbers racked…