“Columbine 20 Years Later: A Faith-based Remembrance Service”
What: A non-denominational service designed to bring the victim’s families, survivors and community together for reflection, prayer and speeches.
When: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18
Where: Waterstone Community Church, 5890 S. Alkire St., Littleton
More information: www.waterstonechurch.org
Community Vigil at the Columbine Memorial in Clement Park
What: Ceremony to honor and remember those who were impacted by the events on April 20, 1999.
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 19
Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton
More information: www.ColumbineMemorial.org
Columbine High School World-Wide Day of Service
What: Students and staff will be spending the morning serving in the community. Participation is restricted to current students and staff, but they invite others to commit to the day of service projects in solidarity with them.
When: 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 20
More information: www.columbineserves.org
Remembrance Ceremony at Clement Park
What: A community remembrance ceremony presented by Columbine families, current CHS students and alumni, and current and former CHS staff.
When: 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 20
Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton
Need to know
Limited parking will be available in Clement Park due to ongoing construction and other planned athletic activities. Public transportation and carpooling are encouraged. Attendees should plan for security check-points and crowd-management restrictions during these events.
For school safety, Columbine High School will not be open to the general public on Saturday, April 20. There are several private events planned for 1999-2002 Columbine families, staff and alumni. Entrance to the school facilities will be restricted to those with invitations and security clearance.
The Rebels Project/Phoenix999 is excited and honored to be included in the Coloradogives Program! Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving.
Mark your calendars for 12/5/2017 and spread the word! Help us offer even more support for survivors of mass tragedy!
Please join us for a night of remembrance and friendship as we raise funds to support survivors of mass tragedy.
Resolute Brewing Company
7285 Yosemite St, Ste 110
Saturday April 22 from 5-9pm
Silent Auction from 6-8pm
***Silent Auction Mobile App Instructions:
We are excited to tell you that our auction has gone mobile this year! Rebels with a Cause will be using HANDBID, a mobile silent auction platform which allows you to bid from your smartphone. If you can’t physically attend the event, you can participate remotely!
Save time at checkin by getting setup and Bidding BEFORE YOU ARRIVE! If you have the app downloaded prior to the event, we will give you a FREE raffle ticket!
STEP 1: DOWNLOAD THE HANDBID APP
If you have an iPhone or Android, you can download the Handbid app from the Apple iTunes App Store or the Google Play store.
Please note we strongly recommend you “Accept notifications from this app” when you open it and join an auction. This will allow you to get push notifications for “Outbid” messages during the auction.
STEP 2: TAP GET STARTED & CREATE ACCT
Next you can create an account. From the App home screen, tap on “GET STARTED” button and complete the information (please use your cell phone as the phone number). Tap NEXT
Handbid will text you a 5 digit code. Enter this code to login.
STEP 3: SELECT AUCTION FROM LIST & START BIDDING
Select Rebels with a Cause from the list of auction and swipe left to enter the auction. Once in the auction, swipe left/right to access categories and up/down to access items.
We are pleased to be joining with the Rebels Project for an informative day of excellent speakers, panel discussions, and breakout sessions including
- Survivor’s stories from the Rebels Project*
- How communities and mental health can best respond
- Treatment strategies
- Research poster boards
- Community resources**
- Free CEU’s available
* The Rebels Project, a mass shooting survivor support group started by Columbine survivors, shares personal experiences and offers support.
** Thanks to NAMI Arapahoe/Douglas, a local Colorado affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and an affiliate in this event
For more information contact Lauren Young at firstname.lastname@example.org
Univ of Phx Symposium Flyer
The Avielle Foundation is a national non-profit committed to preventing violence and building compassion through neuroscience research, community engagement, and education.
This is a huge unmet need that we can address with your support. Your donations fund breakthrough neuroscience research, bridging biochemical and behavioral sciences, and education programs which empower youth, families, teachers, healthcare providers, law enforcement, community leaders – the everyday citizen – to advocate for their own brain health and that of their loved ones.
Come join us for a special anniversary event of the Annual Donohue St. Patrick’s Day Party:
The Fainting Goat Pub, 846 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203
Silent Auction, Food & Drinks, NCAA Tournament
Michael Collins Pipes & Drums, March on Broadway
Bar Standard Concert, 1037 Broadway, Denver, CO 80204
Under a Blood Red Sky: The U2 Tribute and Jamona
Back at The Fainting Goat Pub for a Special St. Patrick’s Day Toast
A suggested donation of $50 gets you:
2 drink tickets & access to the Pub’s Irish Buffet
2 drink tickets and access to the Bar Standard Concert
The purpose of The Rebels Project is to provide support for those affected by a tragedy. Our group is made up of mostly Columbine High School survivors and we hope to provide support and a listening ear for those people affected from other survivors of a tragedy, something that we did not have access to back in 1999.
The Rebels Project along with Phoenix 999 Charity (www.phoenix999.org) will
be sending stuffed animals along with personalized notes from Columbine
survivors to the victims of the Newtown, CT shooting. We are also raising funds to send a group of us to Newtown, CT to provide support and a future support group from people who have gone through a similar tragedy.
Thirteen years ago many people from around the country sent us stuffed
animals during our tragedy. Even today many Columbine alumni still have these keepsakes and use them as comfort throughout the long healing process that is still going on today. We aim to help Newtown, CT in this same way and want
them to know we will always be here to help.
December 19, 2012 to December 22, 2012
Heather Egeland –
Ryan Walda –