NFL, National and Local Organizations Host More Than 35 Super Bowl XLVIII Community Outreach Events in New York/New Jersey
NEW YORK – Super Bowl XLVIII brings much more than football to New York and New Jersey. Throughout the weeks preceding the game, more than 35 charitable activities and community outreach events will enliven and enrich the community and provide lasting legacies.
Super Bowl Week activities will also include the announcement of the annual Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, the presentation of the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award, and a series of community projects made possible by Super Bowl Legacy Grants from the NFL Foundation and NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee.
The following are just some of the ways the NFL and Super Bowl XLVIII will benefit the community. Player names will be added in the coming weeks in relevant media advisories.
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