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FACES for the Future named Super Bowl 50 Fund “Playmaker”

In honor of San Francisco's home to the half-century Superbowl in 2016, San Francisco's Super Bowl 50 Host Committee has created a "Playmaker" program, to highlight local non-profits: PHI's FACES for the Future program, led by Dr.Tomás Magaña, was chosen as the 14th Playmaker. Find out more about their work in the video created by the Playmaker team:

In honor of San Francisco’s home to the half-century Superbowl in 2016, San Francisco’s Super Bowl 50 Host Committee has created a “Playmaker” program, to highlight local non-profits:

“50 weeks. 50 grants. 50 opportunities to recognize Bay Area residents who are making a difference through their service to our community in celebration of Super Bowl 50. The 50 Fund’s Playmaker program was designed to showcase the real difference Bay Area nonprofits are making in the lives of our children, and people behind the scenes who are making that impact possible.

PHI’s FACES for the Future program, led by Dr.Tomás Magaña, was chosen as the 14th Playmaker. Find out more about their work in the video created by the Playmaker team:

 

 

Originally published by Super Bowl 50 Host Committee


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