About the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation

About the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation
Since its establishment in 2010, the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation has created a culture of giving that has impacted transformational improvements in and around the venue, as well as key educational and heritage projects, to benefit current and future visitors.  Each improvement project has its own unique impact, providing the necessary philanthropic support to create projects with impact while also supporting the protection, preservation, and enhancement of America's Stadium.    
The centennial campaign, which launched in 2017, renews the Foundation's focus on celebrating the Stadium's heritage to continue funding key projects at the National Historic Landmark.
Examples of completed improvements that have been funded by philanthropic gifts by Legacy donors include: the Terry Donahue Pavilion, the Court of Champions, the Rose Plaza, the 1922 Locker Room, the Keith Jackson Broadcast Center, Historic Statues (Jackie Robinson and Keith Jackson), and more.

About the Rose Bowl Stadium 
The Rose Bowl Stadium is the proud home of the Tournament of Roses Rose Bowl Game, UCLA Bruins football, AmericaFest Fourth of July Celebration, concerts including Kenny Chesney, Coldplay, Taylor Swift and U2, international and Premier League soccer matches and the World’s Largest Flea Market. 
A National Historic Landmark built in 1922 and known around the world, the Rose Bowl Stadium has earned its world class reputation by hosting five NFL Super Bowl games, the 1984 Olympic Soccer matches, the 1994 Men’s World Cup, the 1999 Women’s World Cup, four BCS National College Football Championship Games and the College Football Playoff Semi-Final game.