4th Annual Heroes Of A Precious Child Luncheon
~ Raising Support For Underprivileged Colorado Children And Honoring Community Supporters ~
A Precious Child, a Colorado-based nonprofit dedicated to providing basic essentials such as clothing, coats, shoes, school supplies and toiletries to disadvantaged and displaced children, is hosting the 4th Annual Heroes of A Precious Child Luncheon on Thursday, November 6th, 2014.
The 4th Annual Heroes of A Precious Child Luncheon is expected to bring 600 key community members, elected officials, and business leaders together to learn more about the impact that A Precious Child has on children in need in the Denver metro area and to support the organization in serving more Colorado kids. Every year a dedicated leader and supporter of A Precious Child from the local community is acknowledged for their efforts to improve the lives of children and families in Colorado with the Hero of A Precious Child Award.
The event is taking place from 11:00am to 1:00pm at the Omni Interlocken Hotel, located at 500 Interlocken Boulevard in Broomfield, Colorado. Registration begins at 11am. Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett will serve as the event’s emcee and the keynote speaker will be Chris Gdowski the Superintendent of Adams 12 Five Star Schools.
All proceeds from the Heroes of A Precious Child Luncheon will benefit A Precious Child and aid in its mission to provide basic essentials, such as clothing, coats and school supplies, to children living in homeless shelters, foster homes, or facing a huge life challenge and otherwise without access to basic needs. A Precious Child continues to seek additional sponsors for the event and invites community members to sign up to attend at www.APreciousChild.org. Space is limited. There is no cost to attend, however there will be an ask for donations at the event. Interested sponsors or individuals with questions can contact A Precious Child’s Development and Marketing Manager Emily Simones at Emily@APreciousChild.org or (303) 466-4272. More information can be found online at www.APreciousChild.org.