49ers Studios shares a look at some of the key moments of the San Francisco 49ers community relations efforts from over the past two seasons.
To honor Ed Block’s legacy, the 49ers past award recipients visited Edgewood Center for Children and Families on Saturday, November 7, as a part of the team’s Alumni Weekend celebration.
Even after 1,162 days of chemo, Cooper greeted the 49ers with a smile and left a lasting impression with his “Tough as Cooper” motto, contagious smile and a special birthday gift for Colin Kaepernick.
In partnership with FLY (Fresh Lifelines for Youth), 49ers players visited a juvenile detention center with the aim to communicate and get through to the incarcerated youth.
49ers rookies spent time with local high school football players as a part of the youth mentorship program hosted at the SAP Performance Facility.
The San Francisco 49ers left guard recently participated in a military re-enlistment ceremony by administering an oath at the 50-yard line of his home stadium.