HOPE LIVES – DAIRY CENTER FOR THE ARTS, MARCH 21, 2018 7:30PM
Join us to celebrate and stand with those taking action to protect victims of human trafficking. This Dairy Center for the Arts event is produced in collaboration with BoldeReach and Pathfinder Center. A multidisciplinary performance will remind all of us of the power of the arts to move us to take action and be a beacon of hope for change when faced with challenging social problems.
Performers include award-winning Native American hip hop artist Frank Waln paired with dance by Alysha Perrin, spoken word artists Tanaya Winder and Hannabah Blue, and music performances by Altius Quartet, Christie Conover, Cobus du Toit, Doreen Lee, Amy Briggs, Ann Marie Morgan, Sandra Wong, and Bill Douglas!
DANCE FOR BOLDEREACH! MARCH 11, 10:30AM-11:30AM
In 2012 Juliet developed Ayre, a full body workout fusing many dance styles. She chose this name because Ayrshire Scotland is where she has a lot of family and where her mother grew up. It also has other meanings that seem fitting, “music” being one. “I love that because music is the driving force of inspiration for me. I also love the name because my son Darryl helped me come up with it.”
Juliet loves creating choreography and working with a wide variety of music. Her classes are high energy, upbeat and powerful. Her passion for expression through movement and dance is contagious! Juliet demonstrates choreography in levels to meet a range of abilities.
All ages, dance levels and abilities welcome.
Location: Kakes Studios 2115 Pearl St, Boulder, Colorado 80302
Suggested donation: $25.00
STOP INDIA Bollywood Gala September 12, 2015
STOP India is a groundbreaking program designed to rescue and rehabilitate child victims of human trafficking and sexual slavery. STOP India manages a safe house and school for young survivors, and provides trauma counseling, medical and health care, education, and vocational training.
STOP India is also active with other organizations which are battling human trafficking, helping officials pursue traffickers and campaigning for stronger laws against sexual slavery. The organization has become a model for rescuing and protecting some of India’s most vulnerable citizens.
2013 Around the World with BoldeReach Gala to benefit Pathfinder International: September 21, 2013
The devastating flood in Boulder has made it impossible for us to hold the 2013 Around the World BoldeReach Gala, but we remain committed to our tradition of bringing together the Boulder community to support women and children in extreme need around the world. Due to the length of time that it may take to repair flood damage in Pine Brook Hills, we do not have plans to reschedule the Gala.
We are taking this dramatic step because the private home where we hold the Gala is currently not accessible due to closed / unstable roads in the Pine Brook Hills neighborhood. Our main concern is the safety of our guests; transportation to the Gala venue could be potentially dangerous.
We encourage you to support our beneficiary, Pathfinder International, now or in the future. Their work to provide sexual and reproductive health education and services is a critical contribution to our planet and its people. Thank you!
Free Pre-Gala Conversation, Change Starts Here: Empowering Girls and Women in Pakistan: August 19, 2013
Please join us to hear enlightening and eye-opening speeches by: Dr. Nafis Sadik, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary General
Dr. Jonathan Moyer, Assistant Director at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures at the Josef Korbel school of International Studies at the University of Denver.
PLACE: CU- Atlas Auditorium
TIME: 6:30 to 7pm for desert and conversations7pm for program.
Conversation Series : May 15, 2013 Pakistan: “A Hard Country”
Pakistan is of great interest to BoldeReach because our 2013 beneficiary, Pathfinder International, a global leader in sexual and reproductive health, will use funds to provide services in southeastern Pakistan.
The presentation on Pakistan will be made by BoldeReach Board member, Peg Sanders.
12:20-1:30 at The Highland City Club, after a buffet lunch starting at noon.