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RapidMan has been busy giving back to the community during the COVID-19 crisis

But Rapidman is doing his part to volunteer in the community during the COVID-19 crisis, so it seems like our favorite mascot just might be here to stay.

Photo courtesy of the Colorado Rapids

Colorado Rapids fans were pretty excited about the return of RapidMan during the 2020 Season Kick-Off Party at the Dairy Block last March. There have been one-off sightings throughout the years, so many of us wondered if he was actually back or if it was just pre-season hype.

But Rapidman is doing his part to volunteer in the community during the COVID-19 crisis, so it seems like our favorite mascot just might be here to stay.

Take a look at what he’s been up to over the past few weeks.

He delivered flowers and handwritten notes to nurses to local hospitals during Nurse Appreciation Week.

Photo courtesy of the Colorado Rapids

He joined other mascots and KSE staff to deliver meals.

Photo courtesy of the Colorado Rapids

Most recently, RapidMan surprised six local high school seniors which special gifts to help spread some joy to students missing out on things like prom and graduation due to coronavirus-related school closures.

Photo courtesy of the Colorado Rapids