The Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Makes $200,000 In Donations
The Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Makes $200,000 In Donations

DENVER — The Colorado Sports Hall of Fame (CSHOF) has announced the organizations which will receive proceeds from the 2015 CSHOF “Championship Saturday”, CSHOF Induction & Awards Banquet and the CSHOF Golf Classic. The donations are being made in partnership with CSHOF sponsors Gatorade, King Soopers/City Market, Denver Broncos Football Club, Sports Authority, Wells Fargo, Century Link, and El Pomar Foundation.The Board of Directors of the CSHOF selected the following 25 organizations for receipt of charity donations:

  • Colorado High School Activities Association
  • Gold Crown Foundation
  • Sportswomen of Colorado
  • National Football Foundation & Hall of Fame-Colorado Chapter
  • National Sports Center for the Disabled
  • Special Olympics Colorado
  • Colorado Springs Sports Corp. / Rocky Mountain State Games
  • Denver City LAX 
  • Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives
  • Damon Runyon Field Sports Complex of Pueblo
  • Colorado Golf Foundation
  • Latin American Education Fund
  • Porter-Billups Leadership Academy
  • Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation
  • Love, Sweat & Gears
  • Colorado PGA / Golf In Schools Program
  • Colorado Golf Hall of Fame
  • Global Down Syndrome Foundation / Dare To Play
  • Eddie’s Kids Foundation
  • Denver Public Schools Foundation / DPS Junior High Athletics Programs
  • Playworks Colorado
  • Colorado Select Girls Hockey Association
  • Latina’s First Foundation
  • YMCA of Metro Denver
  • Denver Police Activities League   

Over the past 11 years, the CSHOF has donated over $1,000,000 in cash and in-kind to youth sports programs throughout Colorado, including over $650,000 to the Colorado High School Activities Association.

“All of these organizations meet our mission of helping youth sports, education, and youth of color in Colorado, and we are happy that we can impact so many worthy programs,” said CSHOF President & CEO, Tom Lawrence. “Our goal was to have an impact on as many youth sports groups, as we could, to further the goal of the Hall of Fame in improving youth sports and education in our state.”

For more information about the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, a 501-(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization, please call 720-258-3536, or visit