2019 Brew and Stew

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This year's "Brew and Stew" is the 6th annual fall fundraiser for "Project I See You," a women's empowerment organization that creates cross-cultural experiences that invest in women’s worth and value. We connect lives, nurture relationships with each other and God, promote reciprocal dignity, and develop agency in women, allowing them to take effective action to improve their lives. "Project I See You" believes that women who are SEEN and VALUED in COMMUNITY are more willing to take action to change the conditions of their lives for the better. And when women do better, their communities and their countries do better.

Featuring craft beers and ciders, fine wines, delicious food, music, and live and silent auctions, "Brew and Stew" will be a chance to learn more about and support the work “Project I See You” is doing. This includes the completion of the first phase of “Centro Te Veo” in the Dominican Republic, a women’s empowerment center where women meet, connect, work, and create TOGETHER. Also, within a few months, in collaboration with “Open Door Ministries,” we will be opening “Te Veo House”, a newly-renovated home for up to 16 women that are experiencing homelessness in Denver. Finally, we will also be celebrating 10 years and honoring those who have been a part of the "Project I See You" story.

We look forward to seeing you there!

We are also looking for sponsorships of the event and donated items/services to auction off that night. Event Sponsorships* include:

$ 2,500 Title Sponsor

$ 1,000 Key Sponsor

$ 500 Table Sponsor

If you would like to sponsor our event or purchase individual tickets at $75/ticket, go to this link.

Please contact Amanda Pennington if you have an item or service you’d like to donate towards our auction.

*Title sponsors for the event will be noted on event programs and all event promotion. In addition, you will receive two tables for your guests (16 seats), room for a banner and other promotional items for your company in the room, and given two minutes to speak after an acknowledgment from the podium during our programing that evening. Key sponsors for the event will be noted on the event programs and event promotion, receive one table for your guests (eight seats), and be acknowledged from the podium. Table sponsors will have their names in the middle of one of our tables and will receive the number of seats related to their level of sponsorship


Gather the SECOND SATURDAY of each month

'Second Saturday' will take place every month at various locations around Denver. Invite your people. Anyone is welcome. Come gather around the table to eat food, make connections, and hang out. This is a place to be human, laugh, tell stories and be together. There is no pressure, just an invitation. See will provide the main course.

Our first gathering will be Saturday, October 12th 6pm at the home of the Breeser's.

110 S. Brentwood St.
Lakewood CO 80226

Project I See will provide the main course. If you can, please bring an appetizer or drink to share. RSVP to Tammy Breeser 720-323-7577.


Poverty 101 - Becoming poverty informed with Shant'a Johnson

Saturday, October 26
9am-12pm
CrossPurpose Building
3050 Richard Allen Court, Denver, CO 80205

Poverty 101 is about understanding the complexities of poverty and how many different life experiences are labeled “poverty.” It is knowing that working-class poverty experiences are different from situational poverty experiences or generational poverty experiences. It is understanding that those in poverty in our communities are struggling in a war zone. It is about operating on the assumption that people are making the best decisions they can within the “shoes” they are wearing. It is fostering a climate of everyone belonging and having the opportunity to shine. It is creating relationships based on identification so people can see they are not so different.

 Participants will leave with:

  • A deeper understanding of poverty, its history, causes, and current national and local facts;

  • Awareness of their own attitudes, beliefs, and values about poverty and those who endure it;

  • Skill sets for communicating and relating more effectively across poverty barriers; and

  • Tools for building strong internal and external partnerships to take a collective approach.

Contact Mercy Tucker if you plan to attend at mercy@projectiseeyou.org.

TE VEO HOUSE VOLUNTEERS!!!

If you or your group/organization/business would like to consider volunteering regularly once Te Veo House opens, Project I See You needs your name and contact information to make sure you get in on our first round of training! Send your info to info@projectiseeyou.org.