Broncos players and cheerleaders took part in the inaugural "Back to School with the Broncos" event at King Soopers, which allowed kids from the Broncos Boys and Girls Club to buy school supplies for the new school year.
C.J. Anderson returned home to Vallejo, Calif. to host his inaugural free, football camp on Saturday.
More than 120 teams competed in the 2016 Broncos High School 7-on-7 tournament and Linemen Challenge.
The National Sports Center for the Disabled held their annual Ability Clinic at Sports Authority Field on Wednesday and a total of 250 participants and their families helped make it a day to remember.
The Rose Andom Center, a Broncos flagship community partner, held its grand opening on Tuesday and will give domestic violence victims a safe place to access the services and support they need.
The Broncos' health-and-wellness partnership with 24 Hour Fitness, UCHealth and Children's Hospital Colorado continued Saturday with the inaugural Stadium Challenge.
Russell Okung joined the winners of the first annual Kodu Bowl, in the control room at Sports Authority Field, to test out video games that were designed and constructed by kids from Boys and Girls Clubs in Denver.
While the 2015 Broncos were visiting the White House, the 2016 rookie class spent a day in the community, visiting community partners and hospitals.
Denver Broncos players and staff hosted an All-Ability Clinic at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse for children from Special Olympics Colorado and the National Sports Center for the Disabled.
Broncos and Noble Energy employees on Friday volunteered at McGlone Elementary’s Field Day and presented a $32,000 check to the Denver Public Schools Foundation.