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Schedule

  • 6:00 PM Embracing Our Troops - Vail Veterans Program
    7:00 PM One on One - Justin Wilson & J.R. Hildebrand Verizon Indy Car Racers
    7:30 PM Bulls on the Beach - American Bullfighting from Windsor, CO 8/31/14
    8:00 PM University of Denver Women's Volleyball - Nevada at Denver 9/20/14
    10:00 PM The Avalanche Experience - 2014-15 Season
    10:30 PM Poker Night - 11
    11:00 PM University of Denver Men's Soccer - Portland at Denver 9/21/14

Community Involvement

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Kroenke Sports Charities is committed to improving the lives of families and children in Colorado. Our strategic community investment is in many forms:KSE-Charities2 education, health and youth sports programs, donations of autographed merchandise and tickets, grants, appearances by our players, coaches, alumni and the personal service of our employees through KSE C.A.R.E. and individual efforts.

Altitude Sports & Entertainment broadens our community efforts through its airing of Public Service Announcements for a variety of organizations throughout the year. The donation of airtime to promote community agencies is valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars each month. Our players, coaches and staff are active participants in the community, dedicating more than 1,000 hours of their time to visiting schools, hosting youth sports clinics, lifting the spirits of young patients in the hospital and attending fundraising events that benefit the Colorado community.

KSE Thank You and 2014 Charity Report

For more information please e-mail ddowling@pepsicenter.com or call 303.405.1100.



Jessica Redfield Ghawi GIVEsports Equipment Drive

Benefit for Colorado children at Pepsi Center on Aug. 23

On behalf of Jessica Redfield Ghawi’s family and Kroenke Sports Charities, aJessica -Blog2 sports equipment drive will be held at Pepsi Center on Saturday, August 23, 7 a.m.- Noon. Items accepted include new and gently used sports equipment as well as cash donations. All donations are tax deductible.

Jessica Redfield Ghawi was one of the victims at the Aurora Theater Tragedy and a sports participant as well as a sports reporter. Prior to her death, her dream was to help the families of the Colorado wildfires by providing hockey equipment. In the spirit of this request, the collection drive has been expanded to include equipment from all sports for those in need throughout the metro area served by A Precious Child, a local non-profit organization.

New or lightly used sports equipment requested includes: Baseball and Softball – Balls, Gloves, Catcher’s Gear, Bats; Basketball – Balls, Nets, Shoes; Bicycles and Helmets; Boxing – Gloves, Head Gear; Football – Balls, Pads, Helmets, Cleats; Golf – Clubs, Balls, Shoes; Hockey – Pucks, Skates, Pads, Goalie Gear, Helmet, Sticks; Lacrosse – Balls, Sticks, Pads, Helmets; Roller Hockey – Skates, Helmets, Pads, Sticks, Balls; Roller Skating/Blading – Skates, Helmets, Pads; Soccer - Balls, Cleats, Shin Guards; Tennis – Balls, Rackets, Shoes ; and Volleyball – Balls, Nets, Pads. In addition, monetary donations will benefit the Jessica Redfield Ghawi giveSPORTS Scholarship Fund which provides financial assistance for sports-related registration fees, please donate at www.apreciouschild.org.

“Jessi realized that it’s the little things that make a big difference. She had such a passion for sports, and she knew what an important role sports played in communities. She knew that sports are something that can really help kids bounce back, give them something to look forward to even in the worst of circumstances. Jessi was the most incredible giver I’ve ever met, and she was always looking to help others even when it wasn’t in her best interest to help. Her main focus was on making sure that all these families that lost everything had the little things.” –Jay Meloff, Jessica’s boyfriend

“Jessica was a joyous soul. Passion is such an overused word, but that’s how she lived her life. It was with gusto. Her dreams were big, and she lived them vibrantly.”

–Sandy Phillips, Jessica’s mom