Colorado’s own “Firefall” to perform at black t-shirt event
Information provided by the Douglas/Elbert Task Force
Get tickets now for the “30 Years of Love Benefit Concert” that will be held on Sunday, February 16 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock. Colorado’s own platinum recording artists “Firefall” will perform two one-hour sets of their hits with proceeds from the concert benefiting the Douglas/Elbert Task Force.
Billed as more fun than a “black tie” event, concert goers can sing along to familiar songs like “Just Remember I Love You”, “You Are The Woman”, “Strange Way”, “Mexico”, and “Livin’ Ain’t Livin.”
The Task Force plans to use the proceeds from this special celebration to finish the 4,000 square feet of currently unusable space at its facility. “We want to provide more privacy and dignity to our clients,” stated a task force spokesperson. “We will be able to offer more hours of operation, add space for our donation in-take area and expand our thrift store retail space, where 25 percent of our funding comes from to provide support for our clients.”
The board of directors for the Douglas/Elbert Task Force has decided to hold this concert celebration in lieu of a capital campaign to raise the nearly $250,000 needed to complete this much-needed expansion project.
Join in the fun and support a very good cause. The concert will bring the community together to learn more about the impact that the Task Force has in the daily lives of our neighbors in need and to raise the funds needed to make the Task Force more efficient for customers, donors and most importantly, task force clients.