NFL highlights Oakland nonprofit's mission to raise awareness for foster youth during Super Bowl 50

02/05/2016 07:55 PM PST
A group of NFL players and celebrities are using Super Bowl 50 to raise awareness for foster youth issues. They are working with Oakland-based nonprofit First Place for Youth, which also received a $500,000 'game-changer' grant from the NFL's Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, to launch a 'When I was 18' campaign. 



 
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