Women and Girls Day Luncheon - March 10, 2017
SCAP hosts this annual awareness day luncheon every March in observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. The afternoon features special guest speakers sharing inspirational stories of hope, from dealing with new HIV diagnoses to managing a fulfilling life while living with HIV. This ticketed luncheon raises funds to benefit SCAP's HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention programs
Red Ribbon Ball - March 25, 2017
Red Ribbon Ball, held annually at the Antlers Hilton in downtown Colorado Springs, is one of Southern Colorado’s most anticipated galas drawing a crowd
of more than 300 each year. The 2017 installment of this amazing event marks its 25th anniversary!
All funds raised at this event support SCAP's education, prevention, and outreach programs to young adults and individuals in high risk populations, as well as directly benefiting individuals and families personally impacted by HIV and AIDS.
Dining Out For Life Western Colorado - April 27, 2017
Most days of the year, a meal is just a meal. But on Thursday, April 27, dining out in Western Colorado means so much more. By eating a meal, diners are helping improve the quality of life for neighbors living with HIV/AIDS. A portion of your guest check will help support the Western Colorado AIDS Project’s life-saving services during a time when they are needed most.
Please visit www.diningoutforlife.com/westerncolorado for a list of participating restaurants.
Dining Out For Life Northern Colorado - April 27, 2017
Making a difference is as easy as going out to eat! On April 27th, restaurants across Northern Colorado will donate a percentage of the cost of all meals
served to support NCAP’s case management and prevention programs. With more than a dozen restaurants on board, this special dining night truly has
the power to positively affect NCAP’s programs and the people they serve.
Please visit www.diningoutforlife.com/northerncolorado for a list of participating restaurants, and then simply dine out to make a difference here at NCAP!
Bar Wars - May 20, 2017
Bar Wars brings together the best bartenders from Denver’s favorite LGBT bars and pits them head-to-head in mixology competitions, creating original cocktail recipes in five rounds to determine who will be named the Best of the Best. The community plays an important role in this event; first, nominating your favorite bartender at each participating bar to be sent to Bar Wars to compete; and second, being the taste test judges and selecting the winner at Bar Wars. This year's event will be hosted by the 2016 Bar Wars winner, X BAR (629 East Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203).
Proceeds from this event benefit the the Denver Colorado AIDS Project.
30th Anniversary of AIDS Walk Colorado - August 19, 2017
AIDS Walk Colorado is the Rocky Mountain Region’s largest one-day HIV/AIDS fundraiser. More than 8,000 people throughout the state come together as a community to raise money for vital services for HIV/AIDS clients of Colorado AIDS Project and many other outstanding AIDS service organizations.
The event serves as a day to remember those we have lost to the disease with prominent speakers and panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, in addition to the Celebration of Life Festival, live music, food, beverages and the annual AIDS Walk Colorado Volleyball Tournament, held in conjunction with the Colorado Gay Volleyball Association.
A Walk In The Garden - September 30, 2017
AIDS Walk, A Walk In the Garden, takes place in Colorado Springs’ beautiful Garden of the Gods Park, and benefits the Southern Colorado AIDS Project (SCAP). The event benefits SCAP’s prevention programs that are designed to slow the spread of HIV/AIDS in addition to helping SCAP continue to provide vital services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Colorado.
The Walk provides a day to remember those we have lost to the disease and to celebrate the ongoing advancements in care and prevention throughout Southern Colorado.More than 500 individuals from many Southern Colorado communities turn out for the morning walk that showcases the natural beauty of the scenic Garden of the Gods and the wide diversity of our supporters while raising awareness for HIV/AIDS prevention and funds to help SCAP continue providing vital services.
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Scotch Tasting - September 23, 2017
A one-of-a-kind event in one of Denver’s most unique and elegant venues, DCAP’s annual Scotch Tasting event features a number of tasting stations staffed by expert pourers, with each featuring a different brand and age of scotch from various suppliers and distilleries around the world.
Over 90 scotches are available for tasting, and a cigar bar featuring various brands of stogies make this one of the most distinctive events in town! Heavy appetizers, live entertainment, an espresso bar, and an incredible silent auction with must-have, one-of-a-kind items round out this incredible and matchless experience. Parking at the venue is limited, however shuttle service to and from an off-site parking facility will be available. Click here for a map of overflow parking option.
Space is limited to 150 guests.
Red Ball - November 19, 2017
Red Ball is Denver’s premiere hair and fashion runway event - a hip and cutting-edge fashion and hair experience to raise awareness for World AIDS Day and to support services provided by Denver Colorado AIDS Project.
The event showcases high-end fashion from a number of talented local designers, innovative and outrageous hairstyles from over a dozen local salons, exquisite and unique make up artistry by Denver-based artists, and pulls in over 100 local models to produce an evening of style and flair unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
A fiery cocktail reception, amazing entertainers, a substantial and compelling silent auction and special guests make this the event to see and be-seen in Denver.
Visit www.RedBallDenver.org for more information.
NCAP's Reaffirming Love Valentine's Day Benefit
Event attendees will have the opportunity to view the museum’s brand new exhibit, Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. This exhibit, which debuted in 2008 at the Holter Museum in Helena, Montana, is a response to the subtle and overt hate that too often occurs in our world. The description of the exhibit reads that “by responding creatively to hate, injustice and violence, the artists in Speaking Volumes provoke thinking and conversations that encourage empathy for others and respect for social justice.’’
The event features live music by Amy and the Peace Pipes, refreshments and an amazing silent auction. Funds raised at this event will help people living
with HIV/AIDS in Northern Colorado.
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