The Denver Broncos are proud to announce a program that hopes to make a large impact in communities across Colorado: Denver Broncos Community Fields Project. The Denver Broncos will identify a Colorado community each year and provide monetary support through Denver Broncos Charities for a youth football field build or refurbishment project.
In addition to the Broncos Charities grant, the Broncos will 'adopt' the selected community for the year and integrate on a variety of levels a wide array of Broncos programming. The Broncos look forward to making impact 'footprints' on Colorado communities in the years to come.
2011 Grant Information: In process.
2010 Grant Recipient: Denver Public Schools Foundation received $60,000 to install lights at South High School. Huerfano School District RE-1 received $60,000 to purchase an install bleachers and a press booth.
2009 Grant Recipient: $250,000 from the Broncos and the NFL Youth Football Fund for the Pueblo Police Activities League and 8 grass fields in the Pueblo community.
2008 Grant Recipient: Meeker RE-1 School District for the upgrade and improvement of their middle school football field that will support flag, youth, middle and NFL Punt, Pass and Kick football programs. Aurora Public Schools/The City of Aurora is the recipient of the NFL Youth Football Funds' Field Grant in partnership with the Denver Broncos. A $250,000 grant to build an artificial turf field at Hinkley High School.
2007 Grant Recipient: Field dedication on Tuesday, September 25th at Stocker Stadium. Grand Junction as the Community Fields Project destination and will be working with the Mesa County Valley School District 51, Mesa State College, Mesa County, the City of Grand Junction and the Parks Improvement Advisory Board to build a synthetic turf field as part of the Stocker Stadium refurbishment.