Denver Broncos Continue to Show Support

broncos-banner.jpgThe Denver Broncos – team and family – continue to show their support for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado as we raise funds to support the mission of eliminating Alzheimer’s disease through research, providing care and support and promoting brain health.

Team Super Bowlen – the family and friends of team owner Pat Bowlen – currently stands as the No. 1 fundraising team for the Denver Walk to End Alzheimer’s, having exceeded its $100,000 goal. “This one’s for Pat!!” is the slogan for the super fundraisers.

Beyond the Bowlen family, the Denver Broncos team, a community partner of the Colorado Chapter, has been a consistent supporter of the Association. The team is continuing that support by displaying a banner on the side of Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium through the end of the year.

“The Denver Broncos and the Bowlen family have been amazing partners for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado,” said Gene Sobczak, executive director of the Colorado Chapter. “We greatly appreciate their support, which has grown over the years and helps raise the profile of the Alzheimer’s Association throughout the state.”

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the principal fundraiser for the Colorado Chapter, and it supports the Association’s ability to provide programs and services at no charge to Colorado families. The Colorado Chapter’s collective 2017 target for its 11 Walks to End Alzheimer’s is $2.3 million, and it will continue working to meet that goal through Dec. 31. To make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado in the name of Denver Broncos’ owner Pat Bowlen and Team Super Bowlen, click here.

 

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