Denver Broncos Community Videos
Mike Purcell surprises high school teacher during virtual visit
Highlands Ranch High School alumnus Mike Purcell participated in a virtual visit with students and teachers from his alma mater, during which he surprised a teacher with a jersey and found out he was inducted into the high school's hall of fame.
Broncos surprise their Fan of the Year winner with visit from Miles, cheerleaders
As part of the NFL's Fan of the Year program, the Broncos selected Richard to be this year's winner after his son nominated him for the contest. Miles and Denver Broncos cheerleaders surprised Richard at his house to congratulate him on winning the title for the team.
Katie Kellerman, whose late husband inspired Fight Like A Bronco campaign, details efforts to honor his legacy
Katie Kellerman joins Sydney Jones and Alexis Perry to discuss the Fight Like a Bronco campaign. Her late husband, Luke, inspired the campaign in 2015, and Katie explains how she continues to honor his legacy ahead of Denver's annual Fight Like A Bronco game this Sunday.
Inside the Broncos Country Votes Virtual Town Hall
In celebration of National Voter Registration Day, the Denver Broncos hosted a Broncos Country Votes Virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Panelists and speakers included Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality CEO Diahann Billings-Burford, Colorado Director of Elections Judd Choate and Broncos cornerback Davontae Harris.
Alzheimer's Association hosts Drive-Thru Promise Garden at Empower Field at Mile High
On Friday, Sept. 18, the Alzheimer's Association hosted families and supporters at Empower Field at Mile High for a drive-thru, view-only planted promise garden. The event was held in conjunction with the 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer's.
2020 Kickoff Luncheon with Dave Logan presented by Arrow Electronics and U.S. Bank
Dave Logan hosts the 2020 Kickoff Luncheon, presented by Arrow Electronics and U.S. Bank, featuring interviews with Head Coach Vic Fangio and President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway and several players.
'It's extremely important for me': Risner serves food at Denver Rescue Mission's temporary shelter
Broncos guard Dalton Risner spent time Thursday morning at the National Western Complex to plate lunch for homeless men served by the Denver Rescue Mission. The temporary shelter opened in partnership with the city of Denver to help combat increased need due to COVID-19.
Broncos lineman Elijah Wilkinson giving back with free haircuts for kids
With Phillip Lindsay on hand for support, Elijah Wilkinson's All-Star Barbershop was busy on Tuesday with kids getting free haircuts thanks to the Broncos O-lineman and his business partner, who together own the Denver hangout with a goal of helping give back to the community.
'I want to be able to use [this] platform to impact the world': Broncos explain motivation behind community involvement
After being named a finalistfor ESPN's Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year Award, the Denver Broncos' community leaders discussed what giving back to the community means to them and how they want to make on impact.
Justin Simmons represents Broncos at Huddle for Your Community at Boys & Girls Club in Miami
Alongside 29 other Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominees, Justin Simmons brought some joy to children as part of Huddle For Your Community at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade's Hank Kline Club at the club on Friday.
Broncos players present donations totaling $200,000 to five Colorado organizations
Broncos Executive Director of Community Development Allie Engelken and several Broncos players announce the selection of five local organizations (Colorado UpLift, Denver Area Youth Services, Food Bank of the Rockies, Second Wind Fund and Urban Peak) to receive $40,000 each through the club's Social Justice Fund on Friday afternoon.
Friends, family surprise Justin Simmons with 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nomination
Watch as several people from the Denver community who have been impacted by Justin Simmons' work in the community help surprise him with the news that he is the Broncos' 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee
Broncos and Denver Rescue Mission hold 20th annual holiday party
Several Broncos players, including Chris Harris Jr. and Drew Lock, helped serve food and decorate gingerbread men at the Denver Rescue Mission's 20th annual holiday party. Before the party started, The Crossing location unveiled a renovated Denver Broncos Youth Center, which included new furniture, lighting, paint and resources for kids.
CEO Joe Ellis, Broncos Women's Organization partner with Denver Rescue Mission for turkey distribution
Broncos CEO Joe Ellis and members of the Broncos Women's Organization teamed up with the Denver Rescue Mission to provide the annual 'Banquet in a Box' turkey distribution at Empower Field and Mile High.
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.
Bowlen family thankful for fan support at second annual Alzheimer's Awareness Day
After raising more than $40,000 in 2018, the Broncos and the Bowlen family hosted the second annual Alzheimer's Awareness Day on Sunday at training camp to raise funding and support for the Alzheimer's Association, once again matching all donations made in person or online.
Making glasses cool: Von Miller honored for work with Von's Vision at 2019 Jefferson Awards
On Tuesday night in Washington D.C., Von Miller accepted the 2019 Jefferson Award for Public Service in Sports. Both he and former teammate DeMarcus Ware were on hand as Miller was recognized for his work with Von's Vision.
Broncos rookies tee it up at TopGolf for 'A Round with the Rookies'
Broncos rookies Noah Fant, Dalton Risner, Drew Lock, Dre'Mont Jones and Brett Rypien were all wired for sound as they took their best swings at TopGolf for "A Round with the Rookies" presented by Coca-Cola. Money raised from the event will go toward a community initiative chosen by the rookie class.
Broncos players, staff and cheerleaders work together with Ford to help refurbish USO center
Broncos players, staff members and cheerleaders worked with Ford to help build and install new furniture at Denver's USO Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) center and make snack and hygiene kits for service members.
Casey Kreiter shares life advice to middle schoolers at Character Playbook Experience
Broncos long snapper Case Kreiter talks about what character means to him and how to build healthy relationships during a panel discussion on Friday at the Character Playbook Experience, which was made possible by the Broncos and Mile High United Way.
Von Miller gives out glasses at 2019 reveal party
Von Miller hosted his sixth annual Von's Vision Reveal Party on Tuesday night at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. The mission of Von's Vision is to provide low-income Denver children with the eye care and corrective eyewear they need to be their best in the classroom and in life.
Bradley Chubb surprises student with Super Bowl LIII tickets
Bradley Chubb and the Chubb Foundation surprised seventh-grader Esaias Cooper at the College Football Hall of Fame with two tickets to Super Bowl LIII after Esaias won an essay contest held between those who attended the Chubb Foundation Football Camp last summer.