NFL Foundation and Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Contribute
$3M to Support Local Nonprofits
The Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program Funds Organizations Supporting Underserved Communities in the Super Bowl Host City
The Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program aims to leave a legacy of philanthropy and positive economic impact in the communities surrounding the Super Bowl host city. In support of Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 11, the NFL Foundation and the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee are proud to contribute $3 million in grants to 117 local nonprofit organizations, all with a proven track record of supporting underserved communities in the Las Vegas area.
The $3 million in grants were made possible through joint contributions from the NFL Foundation and the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee and its partners. The NFL Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country. Now in its 50th year, the NFL Foundation has emerged as one of the leading philanthropic entities in America, contributing to NFL team communities, national and international disaster relief efforts, and societal issues.
“Through the Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program, we strive to ensure the NFL leaves a legacy of philanthropy and community impact long after the final whistle of Super Bowl LVIII,” said NFL Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the NFL Foundation Alexia Gallagher. “We are honored to have worked with the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee to recognize and support these fantastic nonprofit organizations in their continued efforts to uplift those in need in Southern Nevada.”
“It’s an honor to be here alongside the NFL Foundation to award these incredible nonprofits with Legacy Grants,” said Sam Joffray, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee. “As the host committee for Las Vegas’ inaugural Super Bowl, we’ve remained steadfast in our efforts to leave a positive and lasting impact in Southern Nevada, and we are grateful for the opportunity to recognize these organizations for their contributions to this amazing community.”
Funding through this initiative will support projects and programs to permanently improve the lives of Southern Nevadans in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion; education; health and wellness; social justice; and youth and young adults. This year’s Super Bowl Legacy Program Grants were distributed over two periods through ‘Gameday’ and ‘Pregame’ grants.
Gameday Grants: $1.8 Million in Grants Awarded to 88 Nonprofits
Yesterday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the NFL Foundation, and the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee held a press conference at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas announcing the recipients of the Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program: Gameday Grants, celebrating the impressive work being done to support the local Las Vegas community.
Through this stage of the program, 88 local nonprofits will receive $1.8 million in unrestricted funding in support of their missions.
Gameday Grant recipients include:
- 1 Million Madly Motivated Moms Inc.
- 10,000 Kids, Inc.
- 13 Folds of Honor
- 300 Stewart Avenue Corporation
- 32nd Street Theater
- A Team NV
- AAPI Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.
- Academic Coaching Services ACS Foundation, Inc.
- African Diaspora of Las Vegas
- Alicia Renee Foundation
- American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada Foundation Inc.
- Apex Health and Wellness
- Baby’s Bounty
- Basket of Hope
- Big Dawg Football INC.
- Children’s Advocacy Center
- Children’s Heart Foundation
- Collaboration Center Foundation
- Communication Autism Resources (CAR)
- Community Counseling Center
- Corner 4 Success Charitable Foundation
- Critical Care Comics
- Culture Shock Las Vegas Inc.
- CurlVegas Entertainment
- Desert Spring Community Resource Center
- Down Syndrome Connections Las Vegas
- Economic Opportunity Board of Clark County
- Equality Project
- Eye Care For Kids Nevada Chapter, Inc.
- Feeding Pets of the Homeless
- Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow
- Fresh Start Track Club
- Friends of the North Las Vegas Library District
- Goodie Two Shoes Foundation, Inc.
- HBCU Promise Inc.
- IAF Inc.
- JDRF International
- King of Jewels
- Las Vegas Breast Cancer Warriors
- Las Vegas National Bar Association Foundation
- Las Vegas Natural History Museum
- Learning Education and Achievement Foundation
- Local Vegas Legal Support, Inc.
- LOVEE, Inc.
- McCaw School of Mines Foundation
- Medtyme Corporation
- Michael’s Angel Paws, Inc.
- MIND-U (Meaningful Intentions No Deterrence – You)
- National Bleeding Disorder Foundation, Nevada Chapter
- Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada, Inc.
- New Paradise Missionary Baptist Church
- New Vista Ranch Inc.
- Nevada Ballet Theatre
- Nevada HAND Inc.
- Nevada Health Centers, Inc.
- Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- Opportunity 180
- Project Dot
- Project Marilyn
- Project REAL
- Purse Power
- Recovery Girls Rock Community Development Corporation
- Red Rock Audubon Society
- Rosie’s Wish Community Development Corporation
- S.A.F.E. House
- Share (Supportive Housing and Resources for the Elderly)
- Social CirKISH Foundation
- Southern Nevada Association of PRIDE, Inc.
- Southern Nevada Desert Mermaids
- Southern Nevada Public Television
- Sports 4 Free Inc.
- Springs Preserve Foundation
- Sunshine Nevada Organization
- The Ability Center of Southern Nevada
- The Car Seats for Christy Foundation
- The Children’s Cabinet, Inc.
- The First Friday Foundation
- The Foundation Christian Center
- The Garden Foundation
- The Gooden Foundation, Inc.
- The Moonridge Foundation
- The Neon Museum
- The Quiet Storm Foundation
- Underrated Volleyball Club
- United Service Organizations, Inc.
- United Way of Southern Nevada 50-Years: Day of Service
- UNLV Internship Program
- Williams-Marshall Cares Leadership Program
In addition, the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities awarded an additional $58,000 to the YMCA for their service to the Las Vegas community youth.
Pregame Grants: $1.2 Million in Grants Awarded to 29 Nonprofits
During a Super Bowl LVIII Kickoff event last December, 29 nonprofit organizations and initiatives were surprised with Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program: Pregame Grants totaling $1.2 million in funding. The NFL Foundation, Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities, and four partner organizations – Bank of America, Bank of Nevada, PNC Bank, and United Way of Southern Nevada – partnered to match funds and widen the impact.
Pregame Grant recipients included:
- 100 Black Men of Las Vegas
- Communities in Schools of Nevada
- Cultural Diversity Foundation
- East Valley Family Services
- Golden Rainbow
- Green Our Planet
- Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas
- Hannah Brown Community Development Corporation
- Healthy Asian Pacific Islander Medical Center
- HELP of Southern Nevada
- HopeLink of Southern Nevada
- Jobs for Nevada’s Graduates
- Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada
- Kline Veterans Fund
- Las Vegas Urban League
- Latin Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation
- Leaders In Training
- Lutheran Social Services of Nevada
- Nevada Youth Challenge Program
- Public Education Foundation
- Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority
- Spread the Word Nevada
- Teach for America Las Vegas
- The Chef Jeff Project
- The Just One Project
- Three Square
- United Way of Southern Nevada Emergency Fund
- Urban Chamber of Commerce
The Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program continues to be a powerful force for positive change, leaving a lasting impact on communities and underserved populations in Super Bowl host cities. Learn more about the breadth of the NFL’s philanthropic and charitable work at: www.nflfoundation.org.
About NFL Foundation
The National Football League Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country. The NFL Foundation and its members, the 32 NFL clubs, support the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football, and the communities that support our game. Celebrating 50 years, the NFL Foundation has become one of the leading philanthropic entities in America, contributing to NFL team communities, national and international disaster relief efforts, and societal issues. The league is utilizing this anniversary to amplify the impact of NFL Philanthropy and the progress made by our nonprofit entities. For more information on the NFL Foundation, visit: www.NFLFoundation.org.
About Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee Charities
Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to improving the quality of life of Nevada residents through community affairs programs and legacy projects surrounding Super Bowl LVIII, to be held on Feb. 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium. Thanks to the Host Committee’s official Legacy Philanthropy Partner, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the Host Committee along with the NFL Foundation and United Way of Southern Nevada will invest a minimum of $3 million into the community to benefit various nonprofit organizations, diverse businesses, UNLV student internships, local youth, environmental programs and more.
Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities is the philanthropic arm of the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee, a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a premier Super Bowl LVIII experience in 2024. Serving as the liaison between the National Football League and the City of Las Vegas, Clark County, and State of Nevada, the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee unites local and national stakeholders to maximize opportunities surrounding the Super Bowl to drive lasting social, cultural, and economic impact across the region. For more information, visit: www.lvsuperbowlhc.com and follow @lvsuperbowlhc on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and LinkedIn.