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Boulder Voices For Children Announces Night of Hope Fundraiser

Boulder Voices For Children Announces Night of Hope Fundraiser


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Annual Event to Take Place at the Boulder JCC on September 15, 2022

Boulder, CO – August 4, 2022 – Boulder Voices For Children (BVFC), Colorado’s second oldest court appointed special advocate (CASA) program for vulnerable youths in the judicial system, has announced its annual fundraising gala, Night of Hope, will be taking place from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 15, 2022 at the Boulder JCC (6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder, CO 80303).

The Colorado Casual-themed event will feature Colorado-based cuisine by Greens Point Catering, locally made brews and spirits, live entertainment by local acts the Hummin’ Birds and The Intolerables, a photo station provided by The ShutterBus VW Photo Booth Bus, and an engaging program including a paddle raiser emceed by popular auctioneer Debbie Scheer from The Gala Team.

“Night of Hope is BVFC’s annual gala where we gather to celebrate the wonderful work our volunteers provide for youths in our community,” said Steve Callander, interim CEO. “We look forward to celebrating the next chapter of growth for our organization and raising funds to continue to support children across Boulder County,” he added.

Tickets are $100 per guest, and $85 early bird tickets will be available until August 15, 2022. Tickets will be sold individually (no tables) and can be purchased by visiting: https://events.handbid.com/auctions/night-of-hope-2022/tickets

Founded in 1985, BVFC has expanded to meet the demands of Boulder County’s growth and the needs of its children. In 2021, BVFC supervised 352 active CASAs serving 360 youths in the judicial system.

About Boulder Voices For Children

Boulder Voices For Children builds a healthier community by delivering services, support, and advocacy to children who have experienced trauma in the judicial system. BVFC’s court appointed special advocates (CASA) program trains and supervises volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children removed from the home due to abuse or neglect. For more information and how to get involved, please visit: https://bouldervfc.org/.

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