One of the major pillars of the Denver Broncos is the difference they make in the community. It’s been a driving force for the organization since Pat Bowlen became the owner in 1984. He wants the community to cheer for the success on the field but even more so off of it.
When you look at the countless hours the players, coaches and executives spend in the community, it should make fans proud.
One fan will once again look to do his part.
Michael Dopheide, AKA Dipitydawg, AKA the Mayor of Broncos Country, has gathered a few of us to end hunger. As he says, no one should have to be be hungry, but especially for the holidays.
That’s why, for the fourth year, Dopheide has started a campaign called Touchdowns to Drive Out Hunger. Below is the campaign and what it entails.
For the month of November, for each touchdown that Trevor Siemian throws, Broncos Country is asked to donate six cans of food, one for each point. You can bring your donations to a local food bank, church or charity.
We can hope over the next three games, Siemian goes off. Together, we can help those in need and do our part to outscore hunger. After all, that’s what Broncos Country is all about.