ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos Charities will host a 50/50 raffle at Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs with the Boulder County Wildfire Fund (operated by the Community Foundation Boulder County) as the raffle's beneficiary.
Fifty percent of the net proceeds will go to one lucky winner, with the other fifty percent benefitting those impacted by the Marshall Fire.
As Boulder County's trusted philanthropic partner for over 30 years, Community Foundation Boulder County will work closely with government and nonprofit partners to coordinate, align resources and fill gaps to support those most impacted by the wildfires.
During the last home game against the Cincinnati Bengals, the total 50/50 jackpot was $37,782.
Those in Colorado who are 18 years or older can purchase raffle tickets online at BroncosRaffle.com as early as 9 a.m. the Wednesday prior to Saturday's home game. Fans do not need to be present at the game to play or win.
Fans attending the game can purchase raffle tickets in-person beginning three hours prior to kick off in the parking lots during pregame and from kiosks or mobile sellers on Levels 1, 3 and 5 until the end of the third quarter.
The 50/50 Raffle is card-only as Empower Field at Mile High is a cashless stadium.
Uniformed ticket sellers will be wearing neon green aprons.
Sales conclude at the end of the third quarter. The winning number will be available online at dbron.co/raffleresults or via phone (720-258-3901) and will be announced in-stadium during the fourth quarter. If in-person, the winning ticket-holder can claim his or her prize at Guest Relations Booth 122. The winner will have 30 days to claim the prize.