On Saturday March 31st The “We Care” Celebrate Your Life fundraising event sponsored by Out Front Colorado, Metro Crisis Service and Tracks Denver. The event will take place at Tracks Denver located at 3500 Walnut St. in Denver. This event is to “Celebrate Life” and help make people more aware of Suicide Prevention for Adults and Kids. This event is for 21+ individuals only.
The event will be Co-Emceed by Denvers’ own Erica Cobb and another to be announced. Entertainment will be provided by Local band Cynister Cybil who will be opening the event. Performers will include Ginger Sexton, Bootzy Edward Collynz, Venus Sexton, Kim Robards Dance, Kevin Voeltz, Miss Teeri Child , and many more.
There is a suggested donation of $5.00 at the doors which open at 4:30 p.m. (this donation also gives you entry into Tracks at the end of the event)
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the event will open at 5:00 p.m. with a performance by Cynister Cybil.
There will be Auctions of special prizes throughout the event. Tickets for the Auction are $1.00. Some of those prizes are:
-V.I.P. Package at Tracks ($350.00 value) include up to 20 guest list, your choice of V.I.P. section, 2 bottles of vodka, and mixers
-Tickets to Denver Center Theater
-Tickets to Lisa Lampanalli
-Free Haircut/Style from Jai Lopez @ Unique Hair Designs
Many more prizes will be announced during the event.
There will be a memorial piece for William Pritchard and speakers from Metro Crisis Service talking about Suicide and Prevention Tips and Awareness.
The proceeds from this event will be shared by both The William Pritchard Memorial Fund and Metro Crisis Service.
About The William Pritchard Memorial Fund
For more information about William “Billy” Pritchard you can visit and leave a note of remembrance at the Facebook page In Memory of William “Billy” Pritchard.Click here.
About Metro Crisis Service
Metro Denver is big—2.7 million people. Like most communities in the United States, there are many people in our Metro area who are living in pain and fear…people who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse help, but just can’t find it.
And, like most communities in the United States, Metro Denver has many providers of mental health, substance abuse, and other human services—publicly-funded, privately-funded, faith-based—including many that have available capacity to make a difference in peoples’ lives.
How do people with needs find the right people who can help? That’s where we come in.
For more informationon Metro Crisis Service click here. Need some help or know someone who does? Call 1-888-885-1222.
Can’t attend the event?You can still make a donation in memory of William Pritchard to Metro Crisis Line to help prevent suicide. Click here.
I would like to dedicate this article to my Daughter Jenny and the Jahner Family who recently lost our friend, Daughter, Granddaughter, Niece and Sister to Suicide last December, Taylor Jahner age 15. For more information on Taylor please visit the Taylor Jahner Donation Fund on Facebook.