Voices for Justice 12th Annual Fundraiser

Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Mile High Station in Denver, Colorado

On Wednesday, September 23, 2020, we will celebrate our eleventh annual night of fun and fundraising with an open bar, delicious food, and a magnificent silent auction at Mile High Station in Denver, Colorado. We would like to invite you to attend and/or become a sponsor of this event.  More details will be available soon!
CCJRC has been successfully advocating for sensible criminal justice reform in Colorado for almost two decades. We were founded in 1999 when Senator Dorothy Rupert, in alliance with Representative Penfield Tate, introduced legislation calling for a three-year halt on prison expansion and the creation of a task force on sentencing reform.
The Rupert Tate Game Changer Award honors its two co-founders and their prescience in challenging the criminal justice status quo in Colorado.
Today, CCJRC includes more than 100 community and faith organizations and over 7,000 individual members statewide. We have worked diligently over the years to develop criminal justice policies and grassroots campaigns that effectively work to eliminate the overuse of the criminal justice system while promoting public health and safety.
Voices for Justice Annual Event

Tickets are available online June 1, 2019.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Voices for Justice Sponsor – $10,000

  • Four seats at dinner

  • Your Company name used in title of event ~ “Voices for Justice” presented by Your Company

  • Opportunity for sponsor representative to speak

  • Your Company name used in all media promotion

  • Your Company name and logo on all marketing and materials

  • Sponsor banner at event

  • Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members

  • Full page ad/logo in Event Program

  • CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website

  • Table signage

Game Changer Sponsor – $5,000

-Four seats at dinner
-Your Company name used in title of event ~ “Game Changer” presented by Your Company
-Opportunity for sponsor representative to speak
-Your Company name used in all media promotion
-Your Company name and logo on all marketing and materials
-Sponsor banner at event
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-Full page ad/logo in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Supporting Sponsor – $2,500

-Four seats at dinner
-Your Company name used in all media promotion
-Your Company name and logo on all marketing and materials
-Sponsor banner at event
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-½ page ad/logo in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Contributing Sponsor $1,000

-Four seats at dinner
-Your Company name on all marketing and materials
-Sponsor banner at event
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-¼ page ad/logo in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Advocate Sponsor – $750

-Two seats at dinner
-Your Company name on all marketing and materials
-Sponsor banner at event
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-Listing in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Freedom Fighter Sponsor – $500

-Two seats at dinner
-Sponsor banner at event
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-Listing in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Rupert-Tate Sponsor – $375

-Two seats at dinner
-Recognition in Colorado Justice Report, our tri-annual newsletter to over 6,000 members
-Listing in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Justice Sponsor – $250

-Two seats at dinner
-Listing in Event Program
-CCJRC website and social media recognition with link to your website
-Table signage

Become a sponsor today!

Online – Click here to go directly to our sponsorship page
Mail – Send a check to 1212 Mariposa Street, Denver, CO 80204 made out to CCJRC
Phone – Call CCJRC’s office to pay by phone (303) 825-0122

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition is a non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.

We are hard at work securing items for our silent auction and would deeply appreciate donations. As you can imagine, the higher the quality of our inventory, the better our chances of meeting or exceeding our $30,000 goal.

Great ideas for items that have always done well include:

  • Spa packages/personal services

  • Restaurant coupons

  • Theater, orchestra, and sports event tickets

  • Cabin/condo rentals and hotel stays

  • Gift baskets of all kinds:  Individuals, firms or organizations can participate. Feel free to build your own or purchase a basket made especially for the event by Polished Baskets for CCJRC. CCJRC is working with Polished Industries which is a social enterprise dedicated to the future of young women from disadvantaged backgrounds. These women have had a rough start and Polished Industries provides a year-long program to help them learn social, personal and business skills. They learn firsthand about running a gift basket and party favor business. At the end of their program, they leave with a well-rounded set of skills to land a job that can support them independently. The community benefits through their purchases of the beautiful products made by the women. We thank you for your support. Click here for POLISHED BASKETS FOR CCJRC. Important Note: At checkout, use the coupon code CCJRC for free shipping and use the following delivery address. You can always create your own basket or you can have the basket of your choice sent to CCJRC 1212 Mariposa St. #6 Denver, CO. 80204.

We welcome your ideas for other donations of goods and services.

Donations may be tax-deductible – please consult your tax advisor.

Just click here to contact Pam Clifton about any donations.
Or you can mail anything you have available to
CCJRC
1212 Mariposa St. #6, Denver CO. 80204

Thank You Sponsors!

Game Changer Sponsors

Latino Coalition for Community Leadership

The Recovery Foundation

Supporting Sponsors

Johnson & Klein Law, PLLC

Contributing Sponsors
Kayvan Khalatbari
Kathleen Lord
Second Chance Center
League of Women Voters – Colorado
Mandy Rigg
Beacon Health Options
Colorado Health Foundation
Colorado Access
Equitas
Von Feldt & Beatty, Investigations Inc
DU Prison Arts Initiative
Advocate Sponsor
Tribe Recovery Homes

Justice Sponsors

Projection Digital
Rob Lohman
Pete and Lynn Lee
Reentry Initiative
Yellowscene Magazine
It Takes A Village
Denver Elections Division
Stephen Raher
Angel Horvath
Endpoint Direct
Tony Bubb and Leigh Schilz
Jake Lilly
Interfaith Alliance
Michael and Karen Fried
David and Peggy Owen
Ann Roan and Jim Jenkins
The McGuire Law Office, LLC
Rocky Mountain Communities
Roberta Burrington
CRC America
Alicia and Dean Castro
Hans Meyer, LLC
Colorado Community Health Alliance
 

A HUGE thank you to all those who donated to the Silent Auction!

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