About Legacy Projects

The Orange Bowl has been a mainstay in South Florida since a crowd of 1,800 gathered at Miami’s Moore Park in 1933 to watch the University of Miami defeat Manhattan College in the inaugural “Palm Festival.”

Benefitting thousands of South Florida youth and families, the Orange Bowl Committee and Broward Miami–Dade Counties have partnered up to renovate to parks to directly benefit underprivileged children who participate in various athletic leagues, after school programs and summer camps.  The local community will also benefit from these projects, as these three parks will be able to attract a greater range of youth athletic competitions and community activities.

Moore Park

Carter Park

Ives Estates Park



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