The 2023 Pro Bowl Games will bring together the league's most talented players to not only showcase their skills on the field, but to highlight their philanthropic efforts by giving players the opportunity to give back and engage with youth throughout the week. Multiple events will take place across southern Nevada, with a focus on giving back to local Boys & Girls Clubs (BAGC) of Southern Nevada through various youth football initiatives in fun, football-themed activities. The league has partnered with BAGC to support key initiatives including the growth of flag football and most recently, their social justice programming through an Inspire Change grant.
The NFL conference with the most points scored during the 2023 Pro Bowl Games will be crowned the winner, and each player on the winning team will secure a donation to a local Boys & Girls Club in their hometown or NFL team market. The NFL Foundation will also donate more than $300,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs across the country.
The league will also highlight youth and high school football participants and coaches, while integrating current players and Legends in program activations throughout the week.
Community celebrations for the Pro Bowl Games will kick off on January 31 with the NFL Green City of Henderson Greening Project and the Pro Bowl Games press conference. The NFL, city of Henderson, Las Vegas Raiders and Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, will plant trees, remove turf and spread deconstructed granite for a low water use project.
On February 1, volunteers and Clark County Parks will take part in a ceremony and tree planting project at Nature Play Corner. The week's community events will conclude on February 3 with a Pro Bowl legacy event at Donald W. Reynolds Boys & Girls Club where Pro Bowl players and NFL Legends will volunteer alongside local youth from Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada to refurbish the club.
A rundown of the Pro Bowl Games community events is below.