Apr 08, 2016
View highlights from the San Francisco 49ers community efforts in 2015.
Arik Armstead and the Armstead Academic Project welcomed a group of 20 students from Mercy House in Sacramento for a 49ers career panel and tour of Levi's® Stadium.
49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank hosted a 3-day co-ed, non-contact football camp for boys and girls ages 7-12 focused on improving a child's beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level.
In partnership with USA Football, 49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank hosted the 2nd stop of the Protection Tour. Kids and parents had the opportunity to learn about the important health and safety aspects of equipment fitting, tackling fundamentals and concussion awareness.
The 49ers hosted Santa Clara County Foster Youth to celebrate their recent graduation from high school and college. Solomon Thomas and former foster youth, Dre Greenlaw, were in attendance to show support for the inspirational graduates.
For the sixth annual 49ers Community Day, 145 members of the 49ers front office were joined by the 2019 rookie class to partner with Feeding Children Everywhere to pack over 31,000 meals for those in need. 49ers staff distributed the meals, along with groceries and backpacks, to hundreds of East San Jose families at CityTeam’s mobile food pantries.
49ers fans and staff unite to celebrate and show support for the LGBTQ+ Community in the 49th Annual San Francisco Pride Parade.
The 49ers and SJSU's Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change hosted several conversations regarding the history, current status, and future of sports in the LGBTQ+ Community.
Nearly 1,500 49ers fans joined current players and alumni, including Jerry Rice, for the 49ers Foundation’s Second Annual Picnic on the Field presented by United Airlines.
McGlinchey read to over 200 people at Milpitas Library as the the San Francisco 49ers partner with the Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD) for their Summer Reading program.
49ers rookie Dre Greenlaw shares his inspiring story with over 50 foster youth during their graduation ceremony at Levi's® Stadium.
Dr. Harry Edward visited the classroom of Follow Your Bliss recipient Nannette Reeves and gave an inspiration talk to the students of Cassell Elementary.
49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank hosted camps at the Waianae and Spalding Boys and Girls Clubs in Hawaii in celebration of the 49ers pledge to underwrite the entire cost of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association’s coaches training through the Heads Up program. The 49ers Flag Football presented by Mountain Mike's program also launched in Oahu.
On May 11, 49ers PREP hosted the first PREP Day at King’s Academy in Sunnyvale. The league is run by our partner Sunnyvale PAL (Police Activities League).
More than 55 high school female student athletes attended the one day event focusing on supporting young women in their athletic endeavors and giving them an inside look at careers in professional sports.
The 49ers 2019 rookie class led students from 49ers Academy and local Boys & Girls Clubs through drills during a 49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank football clinic.
The event attracted more than 150 high school students to explore career paths and collegiate resources and information.
49ers PREP, Presented by U.S. Bank, surprised a Bay Area high school football program with much-needed equipment.
49ers players, coaches, alumni and ownership joined 49ers Foundation supporters for a weekend filled with football, fun, and philanthropy.
49ers players and alumni coached local entry and elite level football players during the 49ers PREP Presented by U.S. Bank Skills Camp Fueled by Gatorade.
Solomon Thomas and his family are raising awareness for suicide prevention and mental health in honor of his sister Ella. Learn more about their story and please consider donating at theovernight.org
The 49ers and safety Adrian Colbert proudly honored Capuchino High School senior Nicole Liu as the 2019 Bay Area All-Star Scholarship team recipient.
Entry-level and elite rising 8th-12th graders will have the opportunity to learn from 49ers alumni at the home of the San Francisco 49ers.
Buckner and his wife partnered with Beyond Differences to celebrate the nonprofit’s annual event, "No One Eats Alone Day", a national event to help encourage youth to make new friends at lunch in support of Beyond Differences’ mission to end social isolation.. Buckner visited LeyVa Middle School in San Jose where he engaged in games and conversations as a way to encourage students to meet someone new.
The 49ers Foundation harnesses football to educate and empower Bay Area youth through a collective of innovative and community-focused strategies.
Dr. Edwards interviews last year's Follow Your Bliss Award winner Veronica Miranda-Pinkney about the impact of the program.