The San Francisco 49ers Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial Coach of the Week award presented by the California National Guard for week four goes to Oscar Caballero from Willow Glen High School in San Jose, Ca.
Members of the San Francisco 49ers, clad in red and gold capes, entered into the Forever Young Zone to a room filled with cheers and smiles to remind the children that their fight was not theirs alone.
The demeanor of thirteen San Mateo Juvenile Hall residents quickly turned from reticent, and reserved to outgoing, enthusiastic and motivated as they took part in a question and answer period with 49ers Craig Dahl, Dan Skuta and Michael Wilhoite in collaboration with Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) during the first of the 2014 Community Monday events for the 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial Coach of the Week award presented by the California National Guard for week one goes to Nick Gardiner from Branham High School in San Jose.
49ers Youth Football hit the ground running in July, kicking off the month with two ambitious camps which drew in youthful fans from around the nation.
Sixty students from Cabrillo Middle School received a grand introduction to the school’s newly-minted 49ers STEM Leadership Institute’s Chevron STEM Zone as the 49ers Foundation and Chevron kicked off the program with a celebration of scholars and ribbon cutting on Friday, July 18th.
Levi’s® Stadium provided the ultimate environment and a picturesque backdrop for the 49ers Foundation’s eighth annual Pasta Bowl presented by SAP, in partnership with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group.
The DeBartolo York family and 49ers Foundation were recognized for their philanthropic efforts in the community at the Children’s Discovery Museum’s 15th annual Legacy for Children Awards last Friday.
The sixth annual T.H.I.N.K. Gold! Conference featured guest speakers such as 49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive line coach Jim Tomsula, both of whom gave motivational speeches to instill confidence and drive for the ambitious group of teens.