On Saturday, October 19, 2013, the Ritz-Carlton of Denver will be hosting SafeHouse Denver’s annual “Hope Gala” benefitting the adults, children and youth they serve who have become victims of violence and their non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center.
The Gala will start at 5:30 pm with a Cocktail Party, a cash bar and Silent Auction.
Dinner with complimentary wine service will begin at 7:00 pm.
The evening program and live auction will begin at 8:30 pm followed by some surprise entertainment.
Event Dress is Cocktail Attire
Honor Chair and Evening Emcee
Dayle Cedars, Channel 7 News Anchor, is the Honor Chair and evening emcee.
The Carolyn Hamil-Henderson Memorial Award
The Recipient of The Carolyn Hamil-Henderson Memorial Award is Irene M. Blatnick, Assistant Director of Special Programs Unit at the Denver Attorney’s Office.
Susan Noble Community Impact Award
The Recipient of the Susan Noble Community Impact Award is AutoNation of Denver
Seats for the Gala are available for $175 per seat or $100 per seat for Young Professionals (guests 35 and under). To purchase seats please call 303-302-6116.
Information on sponsorship opportunities can be obtained by clicking here.
If you are interested in donating an item for the auctions please click here.
The Presenting Sponsor for the event wishes to remain anonymous
Gold Sponsors – Carol and Paul Rose
Auction Sponsor – AutoNation of Denver
Entertainment Sponsor - Rothgerber Johnson and Lyons, LLP
Silver Sponsors – Katie and Alan Fox, MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation
Patron Sponsors – BKD CPAs and Advisors, CRL Associates, Delta Dental, FirstBank Data Corporation, Ground Floor Media, Mas Tec Advanced Technologies, Susan and Howard Noble and Wells Fargo Banks.
About SafeHouse Denver
Established in 1977, SafeHouse Denver operates the only shelter in the City and County of Denver that exclusively serves victims of domestic violence. SafeHouse also runs a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center where we provide all of our support services to women and children experiencing intimate partner violence who don't need emergency housing.
SafeHouse Denver works to eliminate domestic violence in our communities by
- providing shelter and counseling to victims of abuse;
- working with public and community agencies to improve the way our systems respond to domestic violence;
- and by offering educational programming to prevent future violence.
SafeHouse began as a 16-bed shelter providing a safe place for women and their children. Today, SafeHouse's shelter has 26 beds plus cribs, serving more than 340 women and children in a typical year. In addition, SafeHouse serves hundreds more women and children through non-residential services. More than just keeping women and children safe, SafeHouse services include individual counseling, advocacy support groups, legal assistance and referrals to other services.