49ers Welcome Habitat for Humanity Families Home for the Holidays
The 49ers delivered holiday cheer to 30 deserving families newly housed at the Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley's Central Commons complex in Fremont. Thanks to the generosity of U.S. Bank, Jimmy Garoppolo, coaches, executives and in-kind donations from Zenni Optical, Peet's Coffee, Shoe Palace and Panini America, the organization delivered more than $20,000 of in-kind gifts to the families.
49ers Host Military Families for a Holiday Movie Night at the Drive-In
The 49ers and USO Northern California welcomed 60 active duty and veteran military families to West Wind Capitol Drive-In for a free, holiday movie screening and a special welcome message from Air National Guardsman Ben Garland. Each family went home with a holiday gift bag featuring Zenni Optical glasses and Panini America trading cards.
Top Photos of Arik Armstead's Work in the Community
View some of Arik Armstead's best moments in the community with the 49ers and his foundation, the Armstead Academic Project. To honor his extensive work in the community, the 49ers have named Armstead as their 2020 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee, presented by Nationwide.
49ers Kick Off Season of Giving with Second Harvest Food Bank
The 49ers partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to provide milk donated by Clover and turkey roasts donated by players, coaches and their families. Front office staff then distributed the Thanksgiving staples, along with weekly groceries, to over 700 families in need.
The 49ers are Proud to Support Our Veterans
The 49ers are proud to support our veterans each and every day, and on Veterans Day, we honor the legacy of the many who have served. We miss hosting our service members for practice and at Levi's® Stadium, but look forward to celebrating those Faithful who have served in person again soon. Take a look back at some of our favorite memories.
Alumni Legacy Project: COVID-19 Meal Support Deliveries
49ers alumnus Guy McIntyre delivered meals to Santa Clara populations affected by COVID-19 including isolated seniors, volunteers, healthcare workers and families with hospitalized loved ones. The team simultaneously supported small Santa Clara restaurants who have felt the effects of the pandemic.