Win big while helping an outstanding cause! Join us for the ‘All In’ for ‘Angels’ Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament! at CB & Potts (1257 W. 120th Ave) on November 5th.  

Your minimum suggested donation of $75 (tax deductible) includes admission into tournament play, plus great food and soft beverages from CB & Potts.

Tickets for this event can easily be purchased HERE

Simply select the number of participants, click “Add to cart”, click “View Cart”, click “Proceed to checkout”, enter your Contact and Payment Information, then click “PLACE ORDER.”

SPACE IS LIMITED, so please act now!

We hope to see you there!

  • Anyone 21 or older is welcome to play.  No poker experience is necessary
  • Professional dealers will explain tournament rules to all participants.
  • Bonus chips with additional donation, and re-donation from the bad beats will be available along with a new knockout bounty option. 
  • Cash prizes for top finishers!  (The number of participants will determine actual cash prize payouts).

On-site check-in will begin at 5 pm on Saturday, November 5th.  Tournament play is scheduled to begin promptly at 6 pm.

Beyond the fun and excitement of the poker tournament, your donation allows The Two Angels Foundation to further its mission to:

  • Help more families purchase recreational adaptive equipment for physically disabled children.
  • Help us provide more of the adaptive equipment needed to help physically disabled children participate and engage in recreational activities.

For additional questions contact Doug Moore, 303.450.1785, or


The work we do quite literally puts smiles onto the faces of young children as they experience new heights in personal independence, and overcome their physical challenges in ways they may not have imagined.  Founded in 2005, by the family and friends of Allyson and Rachel Mohatt, who faced significant physical challenges very early in life. Inspired by how much adaptive equipment improved the girl’s quality of life by enabling them to participate fully in sport, school and play activities, and realizing that obtaining funding for adaptive equipment can be a significant financial burden for many families, The Two Angels Foundation was formed to help these families purchase adaptive equipment for home and school.