DENVER -- A flagship charity partner of the Denver Broncos is working to reach thousands of children, teens, parents and more to help end relationship violence.
Project PAVE is a non-profit that formed in Denver that will likely reach more than 3500 children, teens, parents, teachers and more through its prevention and counseling programs.
As part of their mission to continue offering resources to thousands, Project PAVE officials are offering up the opportunity to see the Broncos play the Jaguars in Jacksonville on Dec. 4.
Organizers of the 30-year-old program say they will raffle off the once in a lifetime experience.
Not only will the winner of the raffle receive a trip for two on the Broncos team plane, the trip includes airfare, hotel rooms, transportation and game tickets.
Raffle tickets cost cost $50 each or three for $100. All the money raised helps project pave expand programs to stop they cycle of domestic violence.
For more information call Liza Carballeira, Director of Grants, at 720-414-2538 or click here for more.