The Minnesota Superbowl Committee Wrapped Up It’s 52 Weeks Of Giving Campaign
The Minnesota Host Super Bowl Committee can now officially close the books on a very successful Super Bowl in Minneapolis. With that said one last order of business had to be taken care of. The Super Bowl Legacy Fund made it's final 52 grants to the recipients of its 52 Weeks of Giving Campaign.
The final grant was in the amount of $1,475 and was provided to each of the 52 organizations that were selected as part of the Legacy Fund's yearlong program. This program works to support organizations across the state of Minnesota that are working to promote the health and wellness of kids and families.
Out of the latest 52 recipients two were in the Twin Ports area directly:
- City of Duluth Play Grounds-Duluth
- Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa-Cloquet
According to the MNSBHC Press Release: " The 52 Weeks of Giving celebrated the 52-week countdown to Super Bowl LII (52). The Legacy Fund invested more than $5.5 million in communities across Minnesota over the course of the year; today’s giving adds another $76,698 to that total. These Dividend Grants, over and above the initial award, may be used to supplement their project."