Colorado Miss Amazing 2019
Two-Day Event: Friday, March 29 Holiday Inn, Parker, CO
Saturday, March 30 PACE Center, Parker, CO
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 2019 state representatives to a local food bank as a community service project.
Colorado Miss Amazing provides opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to build confidence and self-esteem in a supportive environment.
Our state joined Miss Amazing, Inc. in 2017 with just 22 participants. We more than doubled our participants for our state event in 2018 with 51 participants. We are hoping to bring in more and more participants to join the Miss Amazing family in 2019.
Colorado Miss Amazing is so much more than a pageant. The pageant is just the beginning of the journey. It is a platform for girls and women with disabilities to have their voices heard and their faces recognized, and to share their abilities, ambitions, and dreams with the world.
Lifelong friendships have been made because of Miss Amazing. Colorado Miss Amazing is an inspiring experience for the entire community to witness the empowerment of this incredible journey. It truly changes everyone!
We celebrate and value all people and encourage all to “reach for the stars!”
Colorado girls and women with disabilities have benefited from our programs so far
Pounds of food has been donated to food banks by our state representatives
states across the country host Miss Amazing events
attended our show last year
Colorado volunteers have stepped forward to celebrate diversity and girl power by being a part of Colorado Miss Amazing
More than 30
businesses and organizations have chosen to sponsor Colorado Miss Amazing
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.
We provide opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to test their boundaries and take on new challenges.
We provide a public platform for girls and women with disabilities to define themselves on their own terms and dispel stereotypes.