Support in times of trauma
Courtesy: Boise State Athletics
BOISE, Idaho – Boise State is still playing for their city, but after a tragic shootout at a Boise mall on October 25, it means more. From the Broncos game against Colorado State (Oct. 30) and through to the end of the season, the Broncos have honored their community and those affected with a City of Boise helmet sticker.
Bronco Nation has seen the decals on our helmets and will have the opportunity to receive one while providing support during trauma on Saturday by entering Albertsons Stadium for the regular season final against New Mexico (7 p.m. ).
The Boise State football team has printed 5,000 additional helmet stickers, which will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the marketing table in front of the Allen Noble Hall of Fame ahead of kick-off against the Lobos .
The Town of Boise has implemented a Community resources page, which includes, among other resources, links to Go Fund Me accounts for Jo Acker and Roberto Padilla Memorial Funds.
The page will be linked with a QR code in front of the marketing table. Simply snap the QR code with your cell phone before entering the stadium and receive one of the stickers the Broncos wear on their helmets. While no donation is required, we encourage members of our community to use the QR code to support efforts to promote healing.