The Déjà vu Rendezvous in Denver on May 13 raised $217,000 for the Assistive Technology Partners program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. ATP supports people with disabilities through innovative technologies and services. More than 650 people attended the annual fundraiser, which has raised nearly $700,000 over four years.
“This event was first envisioned as a way to unite past and current members of the Colorado construction community annually and celebrate the industry and relationships we have established,” said Mike Harms, senior vice president at Denver’s GE Johnson Construction Co., and one of the event organizers. “It has grown well beyond that, and we will continue to set our sights higher. The ultimate reward is that we are raising money for such a great cause.”

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More than 650 people attended the annual industry fundraiser and mixer.