ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (KRDO) – Denver Broncos Charities announced Thursday that it is donating $ 156,500 to 31 organizations and nonprofits.
This is part of their third annual Broncos Community Grant program.
Launched in 2019, the program offers Colorado-based nonprofits and organizations that seek funding for community projects and programs, up to $ 10,000.
According to the Denver Broncos Charities, the selected organizations span all five Broncos community development priorities – youth development, quality of life, health and wellness, youth football, and community involvement.
It also provides grants for localized and nationwide initiatives that focus on issues and communities disproportionately affected by the pandemic, including immediate and fundamental needs, color communities, women, domestic violence and sexual assault, food security and mental health.
Two of the funded organizations are in southern Colorado. Cañon City Recreation and Park District, a youth soccer helmet replacement and renovation organization, and Maroon Pride, an organization that updates soccer uniforms and equipment at Alamosa High School.
Since its inception, the Community Grant Program has donated $ 457,200 to 82 different organizations.
Click here for the full list of organizations selected for this year’s funding round.