Tennyson Impact: Professionals making an impact on Colorado
Tennyson Impact (formally Impact 105) is a group of Colorado professionals joining together to help eradicate child abuse and neglect. The former name 'Impact 105' originated from Tennyson Center for Children's recent 105th anniversary of helping and healing Colorado's at-risk children. What began as an orphanage is now Colorado's leading treatment facility for abused, neglected and at-risk kids, ages 5 to 18.
As a member of Tennyson Impact, your annual contribution of $105.00 will help build awareness through dialogue with policy makers, media and key influencers. Tennyson Impact will host quarterly networking/social events for this new community dedicated to issues surrounding child abuse and neglect issues.
Change will occur when children are the priority they need to be and when real investments in their future occur. We know how to fight and prevent child abuse. Let’s get together and make an impact!
To see images from the last networking event, click here.
For more information call 303.246.2062 or send an email by clicking here.
Big thanks to everyone who attended last month's events! On October 6th we all showed up to "party with a purpose" for a fabulous networking event with Mile High Society Project at Icehouse Tavern. Then, on October 11th the Step Up for Kids – Every Child Matters Colorado event took place on the steps of the Colorado State Capitol Building as child advocates made kids a priority!
Thanks to everyone who showed up on Wednesday, September 28th for the National Movement for America’s Children – Town hall meeting at the Grand Hyatt. It was a great day to celebrate kids!
Thanks to everyone who attended the August Tennyson Impact networking event and special thanks to our guest speaker Becky Miller Updike, Colorado Child Protection Ombudsman. We look forward to seeing you again in September! Special thanks to August in-kind sponsor The Corner Office for hosting last month’s IMPACT networking event!
Upcoming Advocacy Events...TBA