Mayor’s Super Bowl Challenge for a Cause Heats Up Between Denver and Seattle

Hurry! Hurry! Denver’s Road Home needs our community’s help to win a Super Bowl challenge with Seattle’s Lifelong AIDS Alliance.

Earlier this week, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Seattle Mayor Ed Murray placed a friendly wager to benefit two local charities, Denver’s Road Home and Seattle-based Lifelong AIDS Alliance.   Now, the two organizations are placing a bet with each other, in hopes of raising money for Denver’s homeless and for people living with serious illnesses, such as HIV/AIDS, in Seattle.

Denver’s Road Home is asking our community to help us win this Super Bowl challenge by donating $18 to sack homelessness. Donations must be made before 11:59 p.m. this Super Bowl Sunday. Online donations can be made at

Denver’s Road Home encourages media and our community to post this information to social media and make an $18 donation.

Twitter:  Hurry! Hurry! Help @drhsupporter beat Seattle's @LLAA in head-2-head Super Bowl challenge! Donate $18 to sack homelessness.

Facebook: Hurry! Hurry! Help Denver's Road Home beat Seattle's Lifelong AIDS Alliance in a head-to-head Super Bowl challenge! Donate $18 to sack homelessness before 11:59 p.m. this Super Bowl Sunday.

To read more about Mayor Hancock and Mayor Murray’s Super Bowl challenge, visit

Posted on Jan 31 2014 (Archive on Mar 02 2014)
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