View highlights from the San Francisco 49ers community efforts in 2015.
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.
Jerick McKinnon surprised Corey Lewis, Founder of Inspired by Lewis Mentoring Program, with two Super Bowl tickets. Corey runs a mentoring program, helping youth uncover hidden talents and overcome obstacles.
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year finalist Robbie Gould surprised 9-year-old Chase with two tickets to Super Bowl LIII. Robbie and Chase became buddies through Robbie’s charitable work at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago.
Tight Ends and their position coach, Jon Embree, shopped for single mom, Samantha Hohenthaner, and her 4 kids who lost everything in the Camp Fire.
Shanahan face timed Paradise High School Head Football Coach Rick Prinz to share some words of wisdom and gave him a gift of a lifetime.
The 49ers partnered with Convoy of Hope for the third year in a row to host a Resource Fair for local nonprofits and provide free groceries, haircuts, toys, shoes and so much more at Levi’s® Stadium. Almost 200 49ers players, coaches, ownership, executives, and front office staff volunteered with their families to spread holiday cheer.
DeForest Buckner and his wife Ashlyn joined forces with Levi’s® to take 20 LeyVa Middle School students shopping. The deserving youth were chosen because of their demonstrated leadership and participation with Beyond Differences, a nonprofit to end social isolation and bullying.
49ers players and their significant others hosted a group of middle school aged girls through the organization QueenHype to promote themes of empowerment and confidence. The group made vision boards and talked about the importance of goal setting.
Juszczyk honors his high school coach who has Crohn's disease and is an extremely influential person in his life.
Gould broke down his work in the community and spoke about being a nominee for the 'Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year.'
Mostert, who had two moles removed earlier this year, looks to help provide the youth with knowledge and awareness about the dangers of skin cancer.
Buckner may play hard when he's on the field, but he hopes to inspire kids to “Practice Aloha” and put an end to bullying.
Take a look at the reactions from members of the 49ers as they unboxed their personalized cleats for the 'My Cause My Cleats' campaign.
McGlinchey is bringing awareness to Autism to recognize these special individuals, especially his brother.
Members of the 49ers surprised CityTeam clients with a makeover from Dockers and Thanksgiving dinner.
The 49ers hosted students, coaches and administrators from Paradise High School during the Monday night matchup with the Giants.
Honorary chairman Jerry Rice was joined by current 49ers players, fellow alumni and Faithful at Bowlmor Lanes to help support the 49ers Foundation raise money for local youth.
The 49ers "Thursday Night Football" matchup was no ordinary game for the Soto family as they where reunited with Air Force SSgt Nataly Soto at Levi's® Stadium when she returned home from her deployment in the Middle East.
Members of the 49ers visit a Juvenile Hall Facility in partnership with F.L.Y to help kids learn how to deal with negative emotions.