Alex Teves had his life cut short when he was one of 12 people killed in the Aurora theater shooting in 2012.

His passion to help others lives on through the Alexander C, Teves Foundation.

The 5th Annual A Night To Remember event honors the Aurora theater shooting victims and raises scholarship money for kids in need.

All proceeds from the event will go to the ACT Foundation which provides students with unique educational needs scholarships to Humanex Academy.

The school is a private alternative middle and high school in Englewood. It's also a school where Teves, a University of Denver graduate, spent time mentoring students.

His mother Caren said she is thrilled to keep the event going and excited her son's passions can live on with the community's support.

Sunday's event featured 33 Colorado breweries, a silent auction, food trucks and live music. It was held at Four Mile Historic Park in Denver, from 3 to 7 p.m.

Several breweries have also made their own Aurora Strong beer and will introduce next weekend.

All proceeds will benefit the ACT Foundation's scholarship program.

For more information, or to donate to the ACT Foundation, can visit their website for more info: