CASTLE ROCK - Sunday at the Douglas County Fair Grounds, the legendary band "Firefall" will perform a benefit concert.
It's to raise money for an organization that helps thousands of people who are struggling to survive.
And in 2013, the Douglas Elbert County Task Force spend more than $1 million helping more than 14,000 people.
The Task Force is celebrating 30 years of helping people who are at risk of becoming homeless, who can't afford to eat, or who can't pay utility bills, or who face many other crisis.
Over the years they've helped hundreds of thousands of people, and nearly half of their clients are kids.
It's why it's so important to help them raise money so they can help others.
They work with government, other non-profits, religious and services organizations to try and reach as many people as possible.
Sunday "Firefall" will play from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Events Center in Castle Rock.
The organizers wanted a rocking party to celebrate the "30 years of love" by the Task Force.
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