The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and NFL Announced today the next recipient of the Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program, One-N-Ten a non-profit focused on creating a safe space for LGBTQIA youth in Arizona. One-N-Ten is recognized for their dedication when it comes to empowering youth through social and service programs that promote self‐expression, self‐acceptance, leadership development, and healthy life choices.
The $25,000 grant will help One-N-Ten and its youth center continue to make its services accessible to the community and further provide for LGBTQIA youth and young adults with the support they need to become strong and engaged leaders in their communities.
At the youth center, individuals have access to variety of resources, ranging from computers, games, art supplies, music, and books to cooking lessons and career readiness support. The programs are tailored by age-range to help best support the youth and young adults who visit.
The Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program, presented by APS, PetSmart, Salt River Project (SRP), and The Thunderbirds, provides grants to local nonprofits with proven track records of benefiting underserved Arizonans. The program concentrates on four pillars: education, health and wellness, sustainability, diversity, equity and inclusion and social justice. More than $2 million will be awarded to nonprofits across Arizona by February 12.