“I was having lunch in the cafeteria when the shootings began. I spent nearly 3 hours with 17 people trapped in a kitchen office without a lock on the door. The sounds of pipe bombs, shotguns and violent silences filled the air along with the smell of gun resin and smoke.”
- Samuel J. Granillo, Columbine Survivor
Hosted by Virginia Tech survivor Kristina Anderson, and featuring 'Columbine: Wounded Minds' filmmaker Samuel J. Granillo, from Denver, CO, join us for a unique event as the two come together for the first time ever to share personal survivor stories on the experiences that captured global attention.
Hear directly from Sam and Kristina and partake in delightful snacks and robust cocktails as we watch sneak peek trailers from the "Wounded Minds" project, gain life-changing perspectives and raise money to help fuel this amazing documentary.
All ticket proceeds and donations will go to the Wounded Minds Project.
Follow us at www.woundedmindsproject.com and http://www.koshkafoundation.org
Please Note: All attendees MUST RSVP and be on the guest list. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Koshka Foundation
Founded after the school tragedy at Virginia Tech on April 16th, 2007, the Koshka Foundation works on school safety initiatives and forging connections between survivors of various causes, while ensuring the memory of April 16th is continued in meaningful ways through school safety and student education initiatives.