Super Bowl LIV brings much more than football to the Miami area. Leading up to the game, more than 30 charitable activities and community outreach events will enrich the community and provide lasting legacies.

Super Bowl LIV will mark the conclusion of the NFL's Huddle for 100, which encouraged people to donate 100 minutes of their time in honor of the NFL's 100th season. The overall goal of 100 million minutes was surpassed in November.

Super Bowl Week activities include the announcement of the annual Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award winner, a series of community projects made possible by NFL Foundation Super Bowl Legacy Grants and the Super Bowl LIV Host Committee, and youth health and wellness events, including the NFL PLAY 60 Kids' Day.

The NFL is proud to bring the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominees together in Miami to highlight the amazing work they do in their communities. On Friday, Jan. 31, the nominees will team up with students at the Hank Kline Boys & Girls Club to give back and to participate in activities around the club.

The NFL and Verizon will host an Unsung Heroes luncheon for volunteers and employees at local domestic violence and sexual assault prevention organizations and shelters. The league is also working with local organizations on social issues, including human trafficking, providing financial grants to address issues in the Miami area.

Hundreds of student-athletes will continue to develop their football skills and learn the values associated with the game through a series of Play Football events, including a middle-school showcase to a girls' flag football exhibition.

The following are just some of the ways the NFL and Super Bowl LIV will positively impact the community.

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