A Murderous
Fundraising Event

Spend your Valentine's Weekend with us!

February 11, 2023
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Embassy Suites, 1420 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202
Deadline to Register: January 31
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Join us for a four course meal with live entertainment brought to you by The Dinner Detectives.

The show isn’t just a stuffy stage theater performance, it’s a live, interactive show where the audience is part of the fun. The action happens all around you as you enjoy your delicious four course dinner. The actors will mix and mingle, and anything you see and hear may provide a clue to whodunnit.
 
Looking for a Valentine’s weekend night out? Join us for a hilarious night of entertainment and intrigue. You’ll get an evening full of hilarity and unscripted moments. Be warned, the culprit is hiding in plain sight somewhere in the room, and anyone can be a suspect!
 
 

There will be a cash bar and silent auction.

Cost: $125 for a single ticket
$225 for a pair of tickets (must be purchased together)
Registration Is Closed

The Menu

Appetizers (Chef’s Choice)

House Salad

Choice Of Entree:

Chicken: Lemon Thyme Grilled Chicken Breast w/ Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes & Sauteed Green Beans

Pork: BBQ Bourbon Glazed Pork Chop w/ Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes & Sauteed Green Beans

Vegetarian: Four Cheese Tortellini w/ basil Pomodoro sauce & grated parmesan cheese

Vegan: Portabella mushroom cap with roasted mushrooms
& caramelized onions, roasted bell peppers, artichoke hearts and couscous with a tomato coulis.

German Chocolate Cake

Iced Tea & Coffee (served upon request)

Our fundraising efforts benefit women and children, both locally & globally.

Local Community Outreach

The Alliance Foundation supports local community-service organizations both financially and through hands-on volunteerism, partnering with organizations such as Th­e Delores Project, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Girls on the Run, Hope House, and New Legacy Charter School. ­These programs promote the health, education, welfare, and employment of under-served women and children.

Local Scholarships

Education is one of the best ways for women to achieve self-sufficiency. Awarding scholarships helps women overcome financial hurdles that may otherwise prevent them from graduating from college and achieving their goal. Th­e Alliance Foundation awards scholarships to women in their junior and senior years attending the Emily Griffith Technical College, Metropolitan State University, University of Denver, and Regis University.

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Village Bank Program

Having funded 27 Village Banks in 13 developing countries, ­The Alliance Foundation Village Bank Program provides uncollateralized microloans to start and/or expand a business as well as educational support to low-income women. ­The success of their businesses helps women move their families out of poverty. In turn, this results in improved education, health, and nutrition for their families and communities.

Thank you to our event sponsors!

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Helping Women

Changing Lives

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