We would love to have you at our largest event of the year!
As a non profit organization in Denver Colorado we depend a lot on donations and revenue from our fundraisers to keep our cause going. Our main focuses are youth suicide and self destructive behavior prevention and intervention, depression and education. On April 29th we are going to have our largest fundraiser of the year and we want you to be a part of it. the youth of Colorado depends on your participation!
What does our biggest event look like?
Go here to View pictures from our 2010 Love our Children Luncheon
What’s so special about this one?
Special guest Susan Stafford
Susan Stafford (original hostess of “Wheel Of Fortune”) will be attending and promoting her new book, “Stop The Wheel, I Want To Get Off!”. Susan was the considered the First Lady of daytime television and was the first woman ever nominated for an Emmy on a game show. She has also devoted her time to philanthropy. Most notably serving on the Emergency Response Teams for both the Columbine and Virginia Tech school shootings.
Electrifying entertainment by Maestro Hughes
Born in Denver, Colorado, twenty-six year old violinist and producer, Jeffrey Hughes, combines classical violin, soul, funk, rock, jazz and hip-hop to create a unique and original sound. Driven by his twenty-two-year study of classical violin, Maestro seeks to expand the versatility of the violin and diversify its audience…
Ok, I want to go. How do I get in?
Today there is so much concern & awareness about the future of our planet. Not a day goes by that there is not something in the news media about being conciuos of how we conserve energy, water, natural resources and the disposal of waste.
On August 14th The Shaka Franklin Foundation, R2 Stewardship Electronic Recycling and Urban Survival Fitness will present “Conscious” – the First Annual Community Wellness and Recycling event at Shaka’s Place Youth Technology Center, 5929 E. 38th Ave. in Denver.
Recycling is the process of taking a produc at the end of its usefull life and using all or part of it to make another product. Recycling is a simple process we can all engage in to help the environment and help preserve natural resources. Continue reading
Actor John Amos, famous for his performances in the television sitcoms “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and”Good Times” and Kunta Kinte as an adult in “Roots” will be the special guest speaker at the 20th Annual Love Our Children Luncheon, Friday April 30th at the Infinity Park Event Center.
John Amos will join Master of Ceremonies, Darryl Collier; Jay Mattioli, magician from America’s Got Talent; comedian Shedrick “Shed” Garrett; former Denver Bronco Mark Jackson and the Montbello High School Drum line for a star packed afternoon of entertainment.
Tables and tickets are available now by contacting The Shaka Franklin Foundation for Youth at 303-337-2515 or firstname.lastname@example.org