For the first time, The Giving Back Fund will host two special events during Super Bowl Weekend in Dallas.

Football great and Fox Sports analyst Troy Aikman will host Friday night’s (February 4) reception at Samuel Lynne Galleries in Dallas. Guests will meet and interact with celebrities and athletes in attendance as well as many of the galleries’ featured world-renowned artists.

Bid on one-of-a-kind pieces created by artists Michael Kalish, JD Miller, Burton Morris and Phil Romano just for the Big Game Big Give’s auction. Collectors of the artists’ work include Muhammad Ali, David Arquette, Jennifer Aniston, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Courteney Cox, John Travolta and Linkin Park as well as Warner Brothers, Disney and Nike.

Only 500 tickets will be sold; the per person ticket price is $250. Proceeds benefit The Giving Back Fund and The Troy Aikman Foundation.

Click here for tickets.

The event will be followed on February 5 by Big Game Big Give.

Big Game Big Give is elegant, exclusive, private,spectacular, and serves a higher purpose - honoring and celebrating the philanthropic spirit within sports and entertainment. Distinct from all other events during Super Bowl week, Big Game Big Give creates an unmatched experience hosted by an A-list celebrity, who will be announced in the coming weeks.

An eclectic mix of athletes, celebrities, team owners, business entrepreneurs and philanthropists will gather at the extraordinary five-acre Dallas Estate of Restaurateur Phil Romano and his wife Lillie, to mingle in an intimate atmosphere while enjoying a little taste of Texas with a gourmet barbecue.

Approximately 350 guests are expected to attend. Proceeds benefit The Giving Back Fund and Hunger Busters.

Learn more here.

The Giving Back Fund is the premier philanthropic resource for the sports and entertainment communities. The Fund encourages philanthropy from high-profile individuals and the general public, offering the resources and support celebrities need to confidently give back to their communities.

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