Saturday, December 7, 2013 1:30 P.M.
Landstown High School, Virginia Beach, VA
Gates Open at 10:00am
Pre-Game Events Start at 11:00am
Bruce Rader’s Sportswrap: 2013 Charity Bowl
This full tackle game is played by past local high school and college players with an equal passion for gridiron action and community involvement. Players, referees and coordinators volunteer their efforts, provide their own equipment, and raise funds solely to provide holiday presents for local children in need. Funds will benefit numerous local children’s charities including The Joy Fund, a non-profit which provides toys during the holidays to underprivileged children in Hampton Roads.
The Toyota Charity Bowl Football Game started in 1968 and is the longest-lasting charity football game in the country. Played in Virginia Beach for thirty-nine consecutive years, the Toyota Charity Bowl Football Game moved to Powhatan Field in 2007. We are pleased to announce that the game is moving back to Virginia Beach thanks to our gracious hosts at Landstown High School.
On Christmas morning anyone who participates in the Charity Bowl can have an even more blessed day, knowing that their efforts have provided Christmas presents for children who would not otherwise have a Christmas.