Special Issue:Columbine: Twenty Years After
On April 20, 2019 Colorado and the nation will mark 20 years since the tragedy at Columbine High School.
With this special April issue, we’ve identified some of the very best community organizations supporting our area’s first responders, mental health advocacy, and anti-violence initiatives. Together, we can send the message that while Columbine will always be part of our history, the future is unwritten.
We hope you will consider a donation to one of the following organizations dedicated to providing support for survivors of gun violence and ending violence in our community.
5280 Publishing, Inc. has been authorized to solicit contributions on behalf of Phoenix 999-The Rebels Project, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Colorado, and CU Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence. Colorado residents may obtain copies of registration and financial information from the office of the Colorado Secretary of State, 303-894-2850, www.sos.state.co.us/ re: Reg. Nos. 20133005934 (The Rebels Project), Reg. Nos. 20023003062 (National Alliance on Mental Illness, and Reg. Nos. 20143019334 (CU Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence).