Broncos general manager John Elway has donated $50,000 to the Colorado COVID Relief Fund, the team announced Thursday.
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“All those hospital workers and the doctors and the nurses and everybody that’s going through this, that’s really the front line of this battle — and really, war,” Elway told DenverBroncos.com Wednesday. “I’d just like to thank them for all that they’re doing. My son-in-law is one of those. He’s a doctor in Sacramento. He’s one of those that’s on the front line. They truly are the warriors.”
The donation comes after the Broncos contributed $500,000 to the fund on March 18. The team also donated 100,000 meals to the Food Bank of the Rockies. Kicker Brandon McManus also added 20,000 meals through his foundation and safety Justin Simmons gave $10,000 to the Denver Public Schools Foundation’s Food Security Fund.
If you’re looking to help, here is a list of where to volunteer and donate during the coronavirus crisis in Colorado.