Demaryius Thomas, Courtland Sutton bring smiles to Playworks recess with CarMax
Demaryius Thomas and Courtland Sutton spent their Tuesday morning at Marie L. Greenwood Academy, playing games and dancing with kids as part of a Playworks recess visit with help from volunteers from CarMax. CarMax also donated $10,000 for play equipment.
Broncos, Mile High United Way celebrate volunteerism during 2020 Denver Day of Service
The second annual Denver Day of Service, hosted by the Denver Broncos and Mile High United Way, included 500 hours of service across 35 projects in the Metro Denver community on Friday, Sept. 25. The annual, day-long event is designed to highlight the importance of community volunteerism and to amplify the significance of giving back. With a combination of socially distanced, in-person and remote opportunities, 250 volunteers participated to complete nearly three dozen volunteer projects.
Broncos, Food Bank of the Rockies host mobile food pantry at Empower Field at Mile High
On Monday, volunteers from Food Bank of the Rockies, Denver Human Services and the Denver Broncos distributed food at Empower Field at Mile High for more than 2,000 families. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock also joined the volunteers to help load supplies into vehicles.
Peyton Manning, Brandon Stokley visit Children's Hospital Colorado to donate blood during COVID-19 pandemic
To help encourage blood donations during the novel coronavirus pandemic, Broncos great Peyton Manning visited Children's Hospital Colorado with former teammate Brandon Stokley to donate blood. (Photos via Children's Hospital Colorado)
Broncos help host personal protective equipment drive for Colorado hospitals as part of COVID-19 response
Local residents drop off donations at Empower Field at Mile High during a personal protective equipment (PPE) drive to support Colorado hospitals hosted by the Colorado General Assembly House Majority Leader Alec Garnett and House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, Project C.U.R.E., Colorado Concern and the Denver Broncos. The donation drive is a response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health crisis, as PPE supplies are in critical shortage.