On Sunday, March 4, 2018, Colorado Miss Amazing will be a point of light with statewide impact!

WE ARE OFFERING AN EARLY REGISTRATION BONUS!! REGISTER BEFORE JANUARY 14, 2018 AND YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE PERSONAL PHOTO SHOOT WITH BRIAN JOHNSON PHOTO, AND TWO FREE SKILLS WORKSHOPS WITH THE SHOW'S PRODUCER!

by registering early, you also have the opportunity to shop at our "Princess closet" dress event on January 28 to get the dress of your dreams for the event!!!

Registration closes February 11, 2018.

registration costs just 5 cans of food***


***Each participant brings 5 cans of food for their registration fee. The food will then be delivered by our new 2018 state representatives to a local food bank as a community service project.

Our Story

Colorado Miss Amazing provides opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to build confidence and self-esteem in a supportive environment.

Research shows that girls and women with disabilities regularly face a harmful “double-dose” of stereotypes associated with two parts of their identity: being female and having a disability.

As a result of these widely held myths about their value, the self-esteem of girls and women with disabilities remains significantly lower than that of girls and women without disabilities, and our communities miss out on the contributions that girls and women with disabilities are fully capable of offering.

Miss Amazing wants to change that.


Our Impact

1700

girls and women with disabilities have benefited from our programs

33

states across the country host Miss Amazing events

2,000

volunteers have stepped forward to celebrate diversity and girl power


Our Approach

Nurture a Sisterhood

We offer a chance for women from different walks of life to learn from each other and develop a valuable support system.

Build
Life Skills

We provide opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to test their boundaries and take on new challenges.

Increase
Visibility

We provide a public platform for girls and women with disabilities to define themselves on their own terms and dispel stereotypes.