DENVER – Several Denver Broncos players helped give away Thanksgiving dinner “banquets in a box” to homeless people and low-income families in Denver Tuesday morning in partnership with the Denver Rescue Mission.
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The Rescue Mission says it has met its goal of receiving 15,000 turkeys to use in holiday meals, but is still accepting donations.
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Several Broncos players, including Bennie Fowler, Dekoda Watson and Jordan Norwood, helped pass out the meals Tuesday.
We did our best to make a difference this morning.
Where there's a need, #BeAChampion.
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The Rescue Mission’s Great Thanksgiving Banquet will be held Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Lawrence Street Community Center.
More than 500 meals are expected to be made and passed out to homeless and low-income individuals.
The Nuggets and Avalanche are also both hosting canned food drives this week. Find more information at the Rescue Mission’s website.