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 day of the week, as listed below:
Sunday, Feb. 14: Community At-Large
Donate blood at community blood donation center or hospital in your community.
Monday, Feb. 15: Healthcare Workers
Tuesday, 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.
Wednesday, Feb. 17: Senior Citizens
Send a postcard or letter to a senior in your life, or a senior citizen's center in your community to brighten someone's day.
Thursday, Feb. 18: Restaurant Workers
Restaurants and local businesses need our support — take a few minutes to write a review for your favorite restaurant or purchase a gift card to give to someone else.
Friday, Feb. 19: 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.
Saturday, Feb. 20: 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 including Judi's House, Mile High United Way, South Metro Fire and Rescue, the Sun Valley Youth Center and Warren Village to spark kindness with gestures to support and celebrate their staff and clients.
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.
Throughout Random Acts of Kindness Week — or RAK Week — the Broncos provided gifts of gratitude to local residents who work at hospitals, schools, fire departments and other people who provide vital community support.