Third Party Events for HighPointe

Third-party events are a great way to support HighPointe. A third-party event is a fundraiser that’s organized, promoted and hosted by an individual member or organization in our community. Proceeds from the event are donated to HighPointe and support adults living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.


Set a Goal

What’s your goal? It could be to raise a specific amount of money or to engage new volunteers for HighPointe. Whatever your goal is, remember to set it and let it guide you through the planning process.


Plan a Third-Party Event

Pick a date that works best for you and your guests. Establish your goal. Set your budget. Secure your location. And remember, the larger the event, the more time you’ll need to organize.


Third-Party Event Ideas

  • Bake Sale
  • Bowl-a-Thon
  • Fashion Show
  • Arts & Crafts Fair
  • Networking Event
  • Bingo
  • Concert
  • Health Fair
  • 5K and Fun Run/Walk
  • Golf Outing


Third-Party Event Review and Approval

If you’re interested in organizing a fundraiser to support HighPointe, you will need to complete and return the third-party fundraising policy agreement. Once submitted, HighPointe will review. Your event will either be approved or you will be asked to modify your plan to gain approval. Please contact HighPointe to request the agreement at: 303-221-3222 or info@highpointecenters.org


Third-Party Events and Media

Third-party event organizers are asked not to contact the media directly. Please work with our HighPointe Marketing Team to secure media by sending an email to: info@highpointecenters.org


HighPointe Logos and Photos

Once your event is approved, you will be granted permission to use the HighPointe logo for all event-related materials. Photos of children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities served by HighPointe, are the property and responsibility of HighPointe and special permission must be requested and granted for images to be used on event-related materials.

Get Involved Today!

We exist so families living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities will NEVER be alone. We exist as a partner for life!

With your support – through financial and in-kind donations, volunteer time and community connections – we’ll continue to exist!