THE ORLANDO SPORTS FOUNDATION &
AUTONATION CURE BOWL
The Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) was founded in May 2008 and is a 501(c)(3) organization whose goal is to bring teams together to find a cure for cancer. To date, the organization and its title sponsor have raised $2.3 million for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This donation is the highest amount given in the history of college football bowls from a single bowl to its cancer research foundation charity partner.
AutoNation Cure Bowl is entering its third year. The NCAA collegiate post-season bowl game is played mid-December in Orlando, Florida and organized by the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF). While there are more than 40 bowl games across the United States, what separates this game is to give the public a chance to enjoy a sporting event while supporting a significant cause.
This year's AutoNation Cure Bowl will be played December 16th at Orlando's Camping World Stadium and televised nationwide on CBS Sports Network, 2:30 p.m. OSF also hosts its annual Strike Out Breast Cancer bowling event and the Cure Bowl Golf Classic. OSF is led by a volunteer Board of Directors and Advisory Board.