Colorado Phoenix Project Announces Its Inaugural Annual Gala to Support Its Introduction of Camp Kid Confidence

Michael Wilkinson, Colorado Phoenix Project
A Leader in Assisting Our National Youth, Colorado Phoenix Project Holds Its Annual Gala in Colorado Springs, CO to Support Apprenticeship Programs & Its 2025 Camp Kid Confidence Initiative

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - ColoradoDesk -- enThe Colorado Phoenix Project 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Colorado Springs, CO announces its inaugural Annual Masquerade Gala to be held on Friday, June 29, 2024 at 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm MST at the Lumen8 Rooftop Event Center, 402 South Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, to support its apprenticeship program to assist our national youth and its donation drive for its 2025 Camp Kid Confidence initiative.

The gala will feature keynote speaker Michael Wilkinson, Chairman of the Board of the Colorado Phoenix Project, and will highlight the difficulties experienced by those who are ensnared in human trafficking and the obstacles they must overcome, the resources needed to assist them in including bringing education and workforce development programs, and what the community can do to help them integrate and become productive members of our society.

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"Serving our community is the greatest way to give back," says Mr. Wilkinson. "By supporting the Colorado Phoenix Project, you are supporting those who need it most – our youth – and making their potential possible in an otherwise dark and disadvantaged world."

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About Colorado Phoenix Project

The Colorado Phoenix Project aims to be a leader in assisting our nation's youth through our systematic approach towards apprenticeship programs.

For seven years, we have set the foundation to provide:

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* Physical fitness and mental wellness programs

* Financial and workforce solution programs

* Awareness and resources for rehabilitation and self-reliance

Professionals from all walks of life have come together to provide the donations needed for our participants to get scholarships for various types of programs

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, your donations help rehabilitative efforts, camaraderie, and community development. By focusing on the mentorship of our youth, we believe The Colorado Phoenix Project and its programs will have a major impact on the communities it serves.

To learn more about The Colorado Phoenix Project, go to

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