Support the Nonprofit of the Month: NAMI Colorado

NAMI's logo is a yellow circle with a design in it, then the large letters n, a, m, i. Next to that it says, "Colorado," and in small print below it says National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI Colorado is the Dazzle Nonprofit of the Month


NAMI Colorado envisions a world where all people affected by mental illness live healthy, fulfilling lives supported by a community that cares. Their mission is to provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

Throughout May, donations for NAMI Colorado can be added to any ticket purchase or you can donate directly here.

See the full Dazzle lineup here.


Mental wellness is an issue that is very near and dear to Dazzle and we find as many ways as possible to help everyone be the best version of themselves, knowing that some days are easier than others. Some of the efforts Dazzle makes include:

  • Last September’s four performances of ‘Gift of Jazz Presents: Chie Imaizumi Little Big Band feat. Randy Brecker and Greg Gisbert’ was composed by Chie to musically represent the journey of feeling helpless, finding hope, and eventually coming out of the darkness. Rocky Mountain PBS did an excellent story on it.
  • United Survivors was the Nonprofit of the Month that September.
  • Carefully crafted non-alcoholic drinks featuring Dhõs as a way to support those who are sober, sober-curious, or simply are not in the mood for alcohol, but still want a special drink.
  • As a business, Dazzle is more inclined to offer complimentary food items as opposed to alcohol because we never want anyone to feel pressured to drink. Any complimentary alcohol offers can be exchanged for non-alcoholic drinks.
  • During the pandemic, Dazzle not only had a food pantry, but often connected musicians with mental health resources and other life necessities.


If you or anyone you know is struggling, please call Colorado Crisis Services at this toll-free number, 1-844-493-8255, to speak to a trained professional.

NAMI Colorado’s website is full of resources to learn more about mental illness for yourself and those you love.

Colorado Music Hall of Fame provides a number of both Colorado and national organizations that have services available to you at no or low-cost.

CHOW (Culinary Hospitality Outreach Wellness) prides itself on being a Resource Broker and has a list of resources that are available anytime.