During the Harlem Globetrotters event in San Jose, Calif., members of the San Francisco 49ers participated in the world-famous show.
49ers players and their families hosted a baby shower for the residents of Heritage Home. Women at the home were given Huggies diapers and baskets overflowing with goodies for them and their toddlers.
The 49ers, California Dairy Farm families, and the President’s Council in Youth Fitness teamed up to present $20,000 in grant money to help Ascencion Solorsano Middle School as part of the NFL's Fuel Up to Play 60.
In an effort to bring cheer to those in need, players spent an afternoon with local youth shopping for sports equipment for their after school programs.
In partnership with Convoy of Hope, 49ers staff and players came together to provide groceries, haircuts, clothing, toys and much more at an event at Levi’s® Stadium.
As part of the 49ers Wish presented by Brocade, the San Francisco 49ers hosted Josh DeSousa on a tour of Levi's® Stadium and an exclusive meetup with the players after practice.
49ers players and staff hosted active military members and veterans for a Wounded Warriors training day where the team provided a variety of competitive activities for the group.
The San Francisco 49ers teamed up with Homefirst to provide a Thanksgiving dinner to homeless fans at a community center in San Jose.
On Thursday November 17th, the 49ers organization took part in four separate charity events with a goal to give back to the local community. Take a look at some of the highlights.
49ers Alumni spent the afternoon alongside youth from the Edgewood Center in San Francisco for a day of therapeutic activities during the community service portion of the 49ers annual Alumni Weekend.
Members of the San Francisco 49ers spent Halloween at the Sub-Acute Saratoga Children's Hospital to bring some holiday joy to the children on Halloween.
Bradley Pinion and Torrey Smith joined the 49ers Youth Football crew at Robert Sanders Elementary School to teach the students about health and fitness.