In 2016, not all records were set on the field. It was our goal to make the Bay Area’s Super Bowl the most giving one ever, and ensure its impact would live on long after the last whistle is blown.
Through the 50 Fund, the Host Committee’s legacy fund, $13 million was raised to help close the opportunity gap that exists for children, young people and their families living in low-income communities in the Bay Area.
The Super Bowl has brought people together for nearly five decades. But we believed a Super Bowl could do much more than unite a region—it could also lift our communities up.
We created the 50 Fund to make Super Bowl 50 the most philanthropic and giving Super Bowl ever. But it’s not just about how much we give, but how we give it. 50 Fund will also showcase our region’s innovative approaches to creating lasting solutions for local challenges. To learn more, visit www.50fund.org.
In addition to Volunteer opportunities during Super Bowl Week, the Host Committee will be partnering with local organizations around the Bay Area to support their efforts through volunteer service.
Interested in volunteering for a Super Bowl 50 Host Committee community service project?