The Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee (LASBHC) on Thursday recognized 56 community organizations and nonprofits at SoFi Stadium as part of the official Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program.
“The organizations recognized here today embody the very best of what our city has to offer,” LASBHC Chairman Casey Wasserman said during the celebration. “And we’re thrilled to see them benefit from the Super Bowl’s far-reaching economic and philanthropic legacy.”
According to a release, each “Champion” organization will receive a $10,000 grant, a professionally produced vignette-style video spotlighting their organization, and public recognition of their work in the lead-up to the Super Bowl. Six of those 56 organizations will also be selected to each receive a total grant award of $50,000 to make an even bigger impact in their community. The additional grant award will be announced later this year.