One Colorado, Sierra Club Colorado, and Cobalt To Host Joint Fundraiser

Denver, CO — On Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 One Colorado, Sierra Club Colorado, and Cobalt (formally NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado) will host a joint fundraiser for each organization’s Small Donor Committees. 

What: The 2020 Triple Threat
Where: Tracks/EXDO Event Center, 3500 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205
When: Tuesday, February 4th @ 6:30 PM

Tickets can be purchased at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/2020triplethreat starting at $30 a person. The event will be emceed by Colorado House Representative Leslie Herod, and will include several special guest appearances. Two media passes will be provided free of charge to the first two media outlets that contact Sheena Kadi via email at sheenak@one-colorado.org.

The Trump Administration has continued to attack LGBTQ Coloradans, our environment, and reproductive rights in Colorado. This joint Small Donor Committee Fundraiser will allow people to support all three organizations for the 2020 election cycle.

One Colorado is the state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Coloradans and their families. Their 105,000+ supporters focus on protecting victories and advancing opportunities, ensuring every student has a safe school environment, guaranteeing LGBTQ Coloradans have equal access to healthcare, protecting transgender Coloradans from discrimination, and ensuring equality voters participate in the democratic process.

Sierra Club’s Colorado Chapter, Colorado’s oldest and largest grassroots environmental group, is committed to exploring, protecting, and enjoying the state. As the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in Colorado, for more than 126 years, Sierra Club Colorado has helped shape the way people can participate in local, state, and national advocacy and policy work, so that we can better protect the planet—and each other. Their 100,000+ members and supporters have helped in advancing climate solutions, acting for justice, getting people outdoors, and protecting lands, air, water, and wildlife.

The more than 50,000 member activists of Cobalt Colorado (formerly known as NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado) fight for reproductive freedom for every person across the state. Each day, they organize and mobilize to protect that freedom by fighting for access to abortion care, birth control, paid parental leave, and protections from pregnancy discrimination.

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