Each year, the Denver Broncos participate in Random Acts of Kindness Week, an annual tradition of celebrating and spreading kindness. Completing, receiving or witnessing an act of kindness can have a positive effect and even the smallest act of kindness can change a life.
This year, the Broncos are encouraging fans to participate in Random Acts of Kindness Week by providing simple and low-to-no cost suggestions for how to perform acts of kindness for segments of our community each weekday, as listed below:
Monday, Feb. 14: Boulder County Community
Tuesday, Feb. 15: Health-care Workers
Wednesday, Feb. 16: Teachers
Select a DonorsChoose classroom (donations start at $1) and help students gain the tools and experiences they need for a great education.
Thursday, Feb. 17: Postal and Delivery Workers
Leave a thank you note your mailbox for your postal worker, or a thank you sign on your door to show appreciation for your delivery drivers.
Friday, Feb. 18: First Responders
Team up with a friend or neighbor to coordinate a meal donation or delivery from a local restaurant to show gratitude for first responders in your community.
In addition, the Broncos are teaming up with local nonprofits and groups including Denver Public School’s A to Z Fund, Louisville Fire Protection District, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Volunteers of America Colorado, and Rise Against Suicide.
Follow @BroncosOffField on social media throughout the week to learn more about how you can join the Broncos in spreading kindness in your community and see what surprises the Broncos have in store for members of our community.
For more information on Random Acts of Kindness Week as well as ideas on how to participate, please visit: randomactsofkindness.org.