This $65 million mansion on Star Island will be hosting the biggest bash ahead of Super Sunday here in Miami.
The event is called Big Game, Big Give and it’s the premiere A-list event of the year, benefiting national charity work and local Miami nonprofits.
“This Party is unlike any other party at the Super Bowl. It puts philanthropy at the center stage on the world’s biggest stage, Super Bowl Saturday night. We have raised close to $10 million in the first ten years of this event and we’re hoping to set a new record here in Miami. This is one of the most philanthropic cities in the world. 50 percent of the charity stays in the local city and those charities are chosen by the host committee that we put together. The host committee is chaired by Stuart Miller, the owner of this beautiful home. One of the charities he’s chosen is the Sylvester Cancer Center in Miami, which is a very important charity, and there will be several others as well,” said President and Founder of the Giving Back Fund, Marc Pollick.
There will be many A-list celebrities at this beautiful mansion along with NFL superstars.
“The great director, Michael Bay, is coming back to co-host for the fourth time. This year our honoree, for the hundredth year of the NFL, is the NFL all-time great, Jim Brown. He will be receiving our Philanthropic Achievement Award and it will be presented by NFL Hall of Famer and University of Miami graduate, Ray Lewis,” added Pollick.