More good news at the MLB All-Star Week in Denver

The $50,000 check presentation to TAPS – Lynne Cottrell, Director of TAPS Colorado Celebrity Classic, Diana Hosford, VP Sports & Entertainment, TAPS; Ken Monfort, Owner, Colorado Rockies; Kevin Moss, Senior Manager of Community Affairs, Major League Baseball; Jim Kellogg, VP of Community and Retail Operations, Colorado Rockies; and Miles Cortez, Executive VP & Chief Administrative Officer, Aimco and Member of the TAPS Board of Directors

MLB’s All-Star Week welcomed some very special guests – families of America’s Fallen Heroes through TAPS. The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) is the national nonprofit organization providing hope, healing and resources to all those grieving the loss of a military loved one. As the guests of Major League Baseball and the Colorado Rockies, TAPS was a recipient of the Military Community Grant, which will help provide essential services to the families they support. During the week’s events, TAPS children were invited to participate in a clinic, where they found community with their peers and created new lifelong memories while having the opportunity to honor their loved ones. Lynne and Bo Cottrell are directors of the Colorado Celebrity Classic annual fundraiser taking place on Saturday, September 11, 2021. The unique event, bringing in national Nashville talent, has raised millions for TAPS.

TAPS Kids at MLB All-Star Clinic