Thank you to all who supported GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger fund.
Taste of the NFL @ Home aired on Super Bowl Sunday on the NFL Network at 5:30 EST, 4:30 CST and 2:30 PST. “Home gate” with the chefs and listen to a special Chalk Talk hosted by Emmy-award winning sportscaster James “JB” Brown with special guests NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace and Olympians Allyson Felix and Lindsey Vonn.
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Chefs Claire Risoli, Marcos Mendoza, Nayomie Mendoza, Notasha Butler, Shana Jenson and Anthony Jolly
The Equality Lounge® at Taste of the NFL presented by The PepsiCo Foundation was held on Saturday, February 12th at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles as part of Super Bowl LVI weekend.
This dynamic program was a marque attraction of the Taste of the NFL event as it brought together thought leaders from the worlds of sports, entertainment, business, social justice and the food and beverage industry. The forum presented viewpoints reflecting a diversity of ideas, perspectives and experiences in thought-provoking dialogues which highlighted the importance of equity, inclusion and fair play from the gridiron, board room and culture to the business next door.
Established in 1992, Taste of the NFL is the annual purpose-driven culinary experience at the Super Bowl, created to raise awareness and funds to support hunger and food insecurity. GENYOUth is proud to be partnering with the NFL to take this remarkable event to the next level to support the 1 in 4 children in the U.S. who are food insecure. We all need to do our part to provide vital resources to the most vulnerable kids in our communities and that’s what the Taste of the NFL is all about – a reminder that we cannot take one meal for granted!
All proceeds from Taste of NFL go to GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund. The fund provides schools nationwide with the resources needed to deliver and distribute meals to at-risk students. For over 30 years Taste of the NFL has helped tackle food insecurity among children – particularly the 1 in 6 who are food insecure. Through the generous support of donors and sponsors, Taste of the NFL @ Home’s virtual event held at Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay provided the End Student Hunger Fund with the opportunity to support the distribution of over 1.4 million meals, positively impacting 250,000 students from across the nation – from Tampa Bay to all NFL team markets.
Through innovative public-private partnerships GENYOUth: Gives Youth a Voice; Enhances Nutrition and Physical Activity in Schools; Nurtures Youth Leadership and Workforce Readiness.
Food insecurity, food-access challenges, and the crisis in physical inactivity keep children from achieving their full potential. GENYOUth was established to address these challenges by collaborating with students, schools, communities, business partners, and thought leaders to identify and implement solutions – while always keeping students at the center of the conversation.
All proceeds from the Taste of the NFL @ Home event will support GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund to help tackle food insecurity in schools. Our goal is to deliver 100 Million Meals with your help!
Check out these tailgate favorite recipes from our 2022 Taste of the NFL All-Star Chefs!