Please join us for an evening to raise support, program scholarship funding, and awareness for IMPACT Personal Safety of Colorado, an organization of men and women dedicated to ending the cycle of violence by teaching empowerment skills such as awareness, communication, personal safety, and self-defense techniques to adults and children. We are excited to announce our first fundraising event featuring Ellen Snortland, author of The Safety Godmothers and Beauty Bites Beast and avid supporter of IMPACT Personal Safety, who will present her play Now That She’s Gone. Full of humor and poignancy as well as human rights and history, Now That She’s Gone has been performed across the country and around the world. This story is universal in its appeal, and reaches across age, gender, race, religion, political affiliation and sexual orientation to bring something identifiable to all who see it: how we relate to the most important relationship in our lives … our parents.
The event will take place at the historic Jones Theater in downtown Denver, CO on May 20, 2015. All ticket sales will benefit IMPACT Personal Safety of Colorado. Doors will open at 6:30pm. Parking is available at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Have questions about IMPACT Personal Safety of Colorado Fundraising Event? Contact IMPACT Personal Safety of Colorado at 303-956-6643 or firstname.lastname@example.org