$3 MILLION IN SUPER BOWL LEGACY GRANTS TO BE AWARDED TO LAS VEGAS NON-PROFITS BY NFL FOUNDATION, LAS VEGAS SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE CHARITIES AND PARTNERS
$1.2 Million Awarded Today with Additional $1.8 Million in Grant Funds
Available for Local Non-Profits to Apply HERE
Today, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee President & CEO Sam Joffray announced the launch of the Super Bowl Legacy Grant program. A partnership between the NFL Foundation, Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities and its partners, the Super Bowl Legacy Grant program aims to create positive, lasting impact in the region by committing to invest $3 million into Las Vegas non-profits between now and Super Bowl LVIII.
At least 58 Super Bowl Legacy Grants will be divided across two categories: Pregame Grants, which awarded $1.2 million to immediate, high-impact community initiatives today, and Game Day Grants, a competitive grant opportunity, totaling $1.8 million, to local non-profits. Both categories offer unrestricted funding for 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; youth and young adults.
Pregame Grants: $1.2 Million in Grants Awarded to 29 Non-Profits
During a Super bowl LVIII Kickoff event held today at CAESARS FORUM, 29 non-profit organizations and initiatives were surprised with $1.2 million in total Pregame Grants. 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 – matched funds to widen the impact.
Pregame Grant recipients include:
100 Black Men of Las Vegas
Communities in Schools of Nevada
Cultural Diversity Foundation
East Valley Family Services
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
United Way of Southern Nevada Emergency Fund
Urban Chamber of Commerce
Game Day Grants: $1.8 Million in Grant Funding Available for Non-Profits to Apply
In honor of Super Bowl LVIII (58), the NFL Foundation, Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee Charities and its partners will award additional non-restrictive grants across two award categories: 1) up to $5,800 to enhance projects, programs, or initiatives with legacy impact and 2) up to $58,000 supporting projects and programs that will extend a permanent impact on its beneficiaries.
Nevada non-profits interested in applying can find eligibility requirements and further information by visiting https://lvsuperbowlhc.com/legacy. The Game Day Grant application period is open from Dec. 5, 2023 to Jan. 5, 2024 with recipients to be announced during the week of Super Bowl LVIII.