Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program
LA84 FOUNDATION & PLAY EQUITY FUND PARTNER WITH LOS ANGELES SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE TO HONOR 56 “UNSUNG HERO” ORGANIZATIONS MAKING POSITIVE IMPACT ACROSS L.A.
The LA84 Foundation and the Play Equity Fund have partnered with the Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee (LASBHC) and the NFL Foundation in launching the official Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program – Champions Live Here, which will recognize 56 “unsung hero” grassroots organizations and nonprofits making a transformative impact in underserved communities across the Los Angeles region.
Champions Live Here seeks to shine a spotlight on the achievements of local community organizations who often go unrecognized and provide grants to help these nonprofits continue fulfilling their missions.
The LA84 Foundation is committed to building a positive connection to major events for lasting impact for communities and youth to promote the role of sport in lifelong well-being similar to its decades of work across the eight counties of Southern California since the 1984 Summer Olympics.
The Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program will honor each of the selected “Champion organizations” with a $10,000 grant award, a professionally produced marketing video spotlighting their organization, and public recognition of their work in the lead up to the Super Bowl.
Additionally, six of these 56 organizations will be selected to each receive a total grant award of $50,000, to make an even bigger impact in their community.