Limelight by Project Helping
hosted by Project Helping

LIMELIGHT 18

April 25, 2018 | Wellshire Event Center | 3333 South Colorado Boulevard

Innovating Ways to Improve Mental Wellness

Join us for Limelight to celebrate the innovative and impactful work of Project Helping.

Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres stations inspired by good old fashion comfort foods. Learn about Project Helping through live entertainment and speakers. Help raise money for the amazing things Project Helping does to create and share happiness through practicing kindfulness.

5:30 pm Cocktails | 7:00 pm Entertainment and Programming

Dress Code | Come as you are!
Food | Amazing buffet options included in your ticket price.
Drinks | It’s not a great party without drinks! Of course, they are included too.

Live Auction | Bid on amazing prizes that are sure to inspire happiness.
The Cause | Learn about the impactful things Project Helping is doing and how you can help.

Parking | Complimentary Valet provided by Jay’s Valet

 

 

 

 

Happy Hour Entertainment by Magician Brandon Parker

Live Music by Legitimate By Friday

Honoring our Spotlight Award Winner: Tim Brown

Tim Brown serves as the Managing Partner with HB Partners, (registered with GVC Capital a FINRA and SIPC member), where he works with clients in a capital advisory and placement capacity in the Alternative Asset Class areas of real estate, consumer charged off/non-performing receivables, energy, and technology. Additionally, Mr. Brown is the founder of Three Creative, a leadership organization out to positively impact one million lives through life changing books, training and consulting services. He is the author of two books, Jumping into the Parade (2014), and Old School with New Tools (2015).

Mr. Brown is an active member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) in the Aspen and Rocky Mountain chapters, serving as Chapter Learning Chair of the Rocky Mountain chapter, as the Chair of YPO International’s Deal Talks and Super Regional Chair for North America inside YPO’s largest global network, the Deal Network.

Brown began his career more than 25 years ago in sales management in the high tech and telecommunications industry. During the course of a decade, he worked with both established and start-up companies in Denver, Chicago, and Sydney, Australia including Cisco Systems, Alteon Web Systems (Nortel Networks) and American Power Conversion. His passion was finding new ways to genuinely serve his customers, build strong internal teams and focus on long-term, meaningful relationships in the workplace and in the community.

Tim Brown
Chrissie Hodges

Featuring Keynote Speaker: Chrissie Hodges

Chrissie Hodges is a mental health advocate and public speaker on obsessive-compulsive disorder, mental illness, and stigma reduction surrounding mental health. She is the author of ‘Pure OCD: The Invisible Side of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder’. Chrissie works with individuals providing peer support and consultations for referrals and resources for OCD treatment. She provides Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) therapy coaching for individuals in treatment at Effective OCD Treatment. Chrissie sits on the Colorado Advisory Board for Mental Health Standards and Regulations. She is a commissioner on the Colorado Suicide Prevention Commission. Chrissie is an American Ambassador for The Shaw Mind Foundation based in the United Kingdom. She is a Crisis Intervention Team presenter for the Denver Sheriff Department. Chrissie was the recipient of the 2017 ‘Advocacy Hero Award’ by the International OCD Foundation.

Chrissie blogs at ‘Battling the OCD Demon’ and is a professional contributor for ‘Mental Health on The Mighty’. She is especially known for her brutally honest, yet entertaining YouTube vlogs about Pure OCD.

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Support our Crowdfunding Campaign for our Kindfulness for Kids Program

CAN’T MAKE IT TO LIMELIGHT?

If we reach $3,000 by May 11th, Project Helping is eligible for one of 7 Gannett Foundation grants ranging from $10,000-$100,000!