All tickets are non-refundable.
All tickets are non-refundable.
The Dumb Friends League is the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region—providing a strong and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves, serving over 21,000 homeless pets and horses each year. The Dumb Friends League provides programs and services including adoptions, lost and found, behavior training, foster care, spay/neuter services for pets in underserved areas, cruelty investigations, and humane education.
The mission of the Dumb Friends League is working with our compassionate community, we will end pet homelessness and animal suffering.
Make-A-Wish® grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. According to a 2011 U.S. study of wish impact, most health professionals surveyed believe a wish-come-true has positive impacts on the health of children. Kids say wishes give them renewed strength to fight their illness, and their parents say these experiences help strengthen the entire family. Founded in 1983 as one of the nation’s first Make-A-Wishchapters, Make-A-Wish Colorado has granted more than 5,000 wishes for eligible children throughout the state, from Fort Collins to Telluride and Grand Junction to Burlington! These wishes can range from visiting Disney World®, to meeting celebrities and even becoming super heroes and saving the day! Learn more at www.colorado.wish.org
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
In 2017, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado will support nearly 2,100 one-to-one mentoring relationships between children facing adversity and adult volunteer mentors. These mentoring relationships will impact youth by helping them to improve their sense of self and sense of future, form positive relationships with peers and family, avoid risky or delinquent behavior and achieve educational success.
Brent’s Place’s mission is to provide safe-clean housing and improve quality of life for children and families living with cancer and other immunocompromising conditions. . . one day at a time. In addition to providing housing that is safe for weakened immune systems, we help patients and families feel at home through support programs such as meals, arts and crafts, game nights, movie nights, homework help, family outings and more. We make a big deal out of birthdays and holidays and focus on supporting every member of the family, because the entire family is going through this experience together. We see our role as removing as much stress and as many burdens as possible from the families so they can focus on helping their child get well.
They help families thrive by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through their programs and partner agencies. Today, FBR has extended its reach across Northern Colorado, providing food and supplies to more than 500 hunger-relief programs.
Since 1978, FBR has provided more than 615 million meals for people in need. Last year, through our direct service programs and partner agencies, we distributed nearly 60 million pounds of food, enough to provide more than 134,000 meals each day to children, seniors and families in need.
Epic Experience offers free week-long outdoor experiences to individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer. Experiences are based upon outdoor adventure activities such as white water adventures and during the winter months snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Throughout the experience, participants will be encouraged to recognize the reality that cancer is a part of their story, but it no longer defines them. Connections with other individuals who share a similar story will create a community that lasts long after their Epic Experience has ended.