Denver Nuggets‘ NBA team’s fan base has grown significantly and retail sales have increased as a result of the Nuggets’ championship victory from the previous season. Additionally, the local NGOs that the Kroenke family and their organization support have benefited from it.
During their playoff run, 47 different charity received donations from Kroenke Sports charity, who made the announcement on Thursday. The Nuggets were in their 47th season when they ultimately captured a title, which is why they selected 47.
The groups are receiving grants totaling $680,000. Rally towel sales and watch parties at Ball Arena during away games were two of the ways those funds were raised.
On Monday, on the court at Ball Arena, the money will be given to the charity that will be awarded awards. It will take place during the Nuggets’ home game versus the New Orleans Pelicans’ first-quarter intermission.
Kroenke Sports Charities describes its mission statement as follows: “We strive to serve our community through education, health and fitness initiatives, athletic programs, and direct aid, with the particular purpose of helping families, children, veterans, and the disabled. Kroenke Sports Charities provides relevant programs and support, directly and with other nonprofit organizations, to ultimately assist, encourage, and enrich the lives of those in need.”