There are two great reasons to attend an Autism Society of Colorado fundraising event: the first being that it's an incredible non-profit that makes a huge impact in the autism community by providing services and support to individuals and families affected by autism as well as education and advocacy to providers, caregivers, educators, and businesses. They truly make a difference.
And the second reason to attend an ASC fundraiser? They are SO. SUPER. LIT.
I mean, if you’re going to throw an event to raise money and awareness for a great cause you might as well make it fun too. And the ASC never disappoints. I had also documented their Winter Fundraiser in December and was blown away by what a blast I’d had.
Their latest event, the Shamrock Stumble Pub Crawl, was no exception. Held in downtown Littleton, participants grouped up into teams, put on their best St. Patrick’s Day attire, and threw down in the “Bar Olympics”, hopping from bar to bar earning points by playing games. Included among the games were:
Cup stacking at the original Colorado Tavern,
A scavenger hunt in the super adorable Ned Kelly's Irish Pub,
A billiard challenge at the Olde Towne Tavern,
Jeopardy at The Alley,
And Beer Pong at Jake's Brew Bar.
To finish up the evening we hopped over to the ViewHouse where they’d set up cornhole and giant Jenga. A DJ spun the latest hits and we danced the night away (and yes, I do mean we – the ASC events have been the perfect opportunities for me to master my ability to take photos and dance at the same time).
I am so glad to have chosen ASC as my non-profit of choice, not only because of all they do for the autism community but because their events are just so much flippin’ fun to document. They, along with The Village Young Professionals Group, really outdid themselves this time. I’m so impressed with all of their hard work and passion and am so proud to support them.
Want to see the rest of the photos from this super crazy day? Of course you do! Click here to see the full Shamrock Stumble gallery.