The San Francisco 49ers and the NFL Foundation proudly partnered to provide a $200,000 grant to the Salinas Sports Complex, a new athletic hub for high school and youth sports on the Monterey Peninsula.
The 49ers put on a stellar performance as the team and their Faithful said “Farewell Candlestick” and defeated the Atlanta Falcons, providing high spirits throughout the stadium, for the players, and for Dream Foundation guest Tony Flier.
Many fans may long to meet Patrick Willis, but when the famed linebacker hands over his practice gloves signed with a message of encouragement, the wish meets a new extremity. In the words of Jose Garcia, it seals the package of a “dream come true.”
The San Francisco 49ers are often recognized for their impact on communities surrounding the Bay Area and during this holiday season, the team extended their helping hands to families from Santa Cruz County for the Adopt-A-Family Holiday Event.
Each week throughout the high school football season, the 49ers select a high school football player to receive the Player of the Week Award for their commitment and performance on the field, and their leadership off the field.
The exuberant children of Renaissance Academy in San Jose stood anxiously at the school’s entrance, holding their 49ers banners high, waiving their hands in the air, and chanting for their favorite team.
This year’s Ambassadors from Orchard Middle School in San Jose represent the NFL’s Play 60 initiative to its fullest, exuding enjoyment through physical activity for sixty minutes a day to increase muscle strength, endurance, and overall health.
As America raced to their computers for Cyber Monday deals, St. Justin’s children took to the aisles of their local Target store for an unforgettable shopping experience.