AMP the Cause
The Denver Brass
NSCD







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AMP the Cause
11/29/16


Amp the Cause


Amp the Cause is a Denver nonprofit organization that improves the lives of families through entertainment, annual events and community service projects.

We raise critical health and education funds, generate awareness of local charities, use monetary and in-kind donations to help children with life-threatening illnesses and provide opportunities for kids to participate in educational programs in a safe and healthy environment.

Amp the Cause was formerly Concerts for Kids, founded in 2004. The organization has distributed more than 5 million in monetary and in-kind donations to our beneficiaries.

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The Denver Brass
11/22/16



The Denver Brass, recipient of the 2008 Mayor's Award for Excellence in the Arts and voted Best Local Band in Denver on Channel 7's 2010 "A-list," was formed in 1981 by Kathleen and Charles Brantigan. They, along with some of the region's finest professional musicians, shared a vision to create a one-of-a-kind chamber ensemble which would be in the forefront of brass performance, entertainment, education, and community service.
Unique in the world as one of only a few professional large brass ensembles, The Denver Brass enjoys a success directly linked to its universal appeal. People from every background find inspiration in its diverse programming — classical, jazz, Broadway, Latin, and all-new sound sensations. Thematically crafted concerts feature a unique social and sound experience, with guest hosts, soloists, dancers, participatory activities, and exceptional lighting and multimedia techniques.

The trademark sound of The Denver Brass features a dazzling array of more than 13 distinct instruments, utilizes an array of rarely used trumpets in various pitches and highly technical expertise of some of the nation's finest brass musicians to produce a rainbow of sound - not a band, not an orchestra, an entirely new sound. Further listening excitement is created through the inclusion of unexpected and unlikely guest artists such as bagpipers, vocalists, steel pan drums, or an authentic swing orchestra. The Denver Brass advertises "goosebumps guaranteed" without reservation.
Today, the ensembles of The Denver Brass perform more than 150 services each season: season series shows, free community concerts, and educational programs. Performances are purposely scheduled in a wide variety of venues, from local churches and schools to the Newman Center for the Performing Arts; and productions are designed to enrich the lives of Denver's diverse community. The Denver Brass ensembles are heard live by 40,000-60,000 people annually, making it one of the top 25 cultural attractions in Denver. The Denver Brass is also heard on 30+ discs, 3 DVDs, and daily on radio stations around the world.

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NSCD
11/15/16



National Sports Center for the Disabled

The National Sports Denver for the Disabled (NSCD) enables the human spirit through therapeutic recreation and sport. Each year more than 3,200 children and adults with disabilities participate in our programs to improve the quality of their lives. With specially trained staff, a custom adaptive equipment lab and over 1,200 volunteers, the NSCD provides therapeutic recreation through a variety of winter and summer sports and activities to individuals with almost any physical, cognitive, emotional and/or behavioral diagnosis. Year-round programming is based out of Winter Park Resort and Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

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