Denver Broncos Community News
Von's Vision's second annual Western Round-Up continues Miller's efforts to support Denver community
Von Miller, with the support of a few of his Broncos teammates, held a fundraiser on Monday night benefiting his foundation, Von's Vision, which helps Denver-area kids get the eye care and corrective eyewear they need to succeed.
American Cancer Society recognizes Broncos as “Champion of Hope” honoree
The Broncos were named the 2019 community honoree by the American Cancer Society at the “Champions of Hope” gala. The partnership is highlighted through the Fight Like A Bronco campaign, an all-inclusive cancer awareness initiative that focuses on prevention and screenings, support for those currently battling, celebrating survivors and recognizing those we’ve lost.
Broncos break a sweat at annual 'Hometown Huddle' event
The Broncos hosted their annual Hometown Huddle with Playworks and Mile High United Way, bringing together children from Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver with Broncos players and encouraging them to be active as part of the NFL's PLAY 60 health and wellness campaign.
Bradley Chubb's foundation hosts Holiday Launch golf outing for local children
At the Chubb Foundation's Holiday Launch event at Topgolf on Nov. 4, 2019, children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and Mile High United Way spent the afternoon golfing with Bradley Chubb, his brother Brandon and many of Bradley's teammates and then received gift cards for the holidays.
Granting Ethan's Make-A-Wish at Broncos practice at UCHealth Training Center
Head Coach Vic Fangio, Broncos players and staff members helped fulfill Ethan's Wish at UCHealth Training Center on Friday, giving him a tour of the facility and a meet-and-greet with some of the team after practice.
Broncos, United Airlines partner for Unified School Program
Rangeview High School received the 2019 Doug Fulton Unified Champion School Kindness Award from Special Olympics Colorado, in partnership with the Broncos and United Airlines, during an assembly at the school on Monday. Afterward, Justin Simmons, Austin Schlottmann, Jake Rodgers, Dalton Risner, two Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the mascot played a game of touch football with some of the students in the Unified Football program
How Marcus' Broncos Make-A-Wish came true at UCHealth Training Center
Head Coach Vic Fangio, Broncos players and staff members helped fulfill 15-year-old Marcus' Wish at UCHealth Training Center on Friday, giving him a tour of the facility and a meet-and-greet with some of the team after practice.
Brandon McManus launches Kickin' It in the Kitchen to raise funds for Project McManus
On Sept. 23, Brandon McManus and his Project McManus foundation hosted the first annual Kickin' It in the Kitchen fundraiser, with support from many of his teammates. Project McManus' goal is "to empower at-risk and disadvantaged youth through literacy, resource, scholarship and educational programming."
Broncos, USAA host active military members for Salute to Service NFL Boot Camp
The Denver Broncos and USAA hosted “USAA’s Salute to Service NFL Boot Camp” for 50 active duty military members at UCHealth Training Center’s Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse on Wednesday. The service members then watched practice and met players after practice.
Fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos takes kids on King Soopers shopping spree
At the fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos shopping event, 25 children from the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club were surprised with $100 gift cards for school-supply shopping at King Soopers — and Broncos players helped them pick out everything they needed for the upcoming school year.
Broncos host 2019 high school 7-on-7 and Lineman Challenge championship tournaments
The Broncos hosted their annual high school 7-on-7 and Lineman Challenge championship tournaments last week, and Broncos players Dalton Risner and John Leglue were among those to come out and show their support for the kids.
Broncos swing for the fences at UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby
Ten Broncos players stepped up to the plate for charity on Tuesday, taking part in UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby at Coors Field to raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society- Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Bradley Chubb expands charitable foundation's efforts into Denver with donation to Stuff for Students school supplies drive
Chubb particularly felt drawn to supporting the campaign because his foundation has typically only done work near where he grew up, and he felt like it was time to start making an impact in Denver.
Alongside Bowlen family, Broncos fans raise funds and show support on Alzheimer’s Awareness Day at training camp
At the second annual Alzheimer’s Awareness Day at training camp, the Broncos and the Bowlen family encouraged fans to swap out the orange in their attire for purple, and five children from the family greeted fans for several hours as they helped raise donations in support of the Alzheimer's Association.
Kareem Jackson ready to expand his personal cause to help children and women fighting cancer
After making his visit to Children’s Hospital Colorado on Tuesday, new Broncos cornerback Kareem Jackson discussed why the cause means so much to him and how he’s looking to bring his foundation to Denver.
NFLPA externship with LAPD gives cornerback Linden Stephens invaluable perspective during National Police Week
A week-long look into the life of a police officer through an LAPD externship gave first-year cornerback Linden Stephens a greater understanding of officers’ work and responsibilities.
Broncos players, police officers, children from Broncos Boys & Girls Club come together to help package meals for local families
Broncos players, Denver Police Department officers and children from the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club packaged 12,000 individual meals to support Feeding Children Everywhere.
'A great responsibility': Vic Fangio reflects on his own high school coaching career, shares advice to Colorado HS coaches
“If you’re one of those coaches or part of a coaching staff that does a great job, my hat’s off to you,” Fangio said. “Because I know the work that goes along with it and the lack of compensation that goes along with it. But there is a lot of joy in high school."