View highlights from the San Francisco 49ers community efforts in 2015.
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.
Alumni and front office staff from the 49ers and Raiders came together to assemble over 250 care packages for troops overseas with Operation: Care and Comfort.
In partnership with USO Bay Area, 49ers PREP and alumni Justin Swift hosted a day full of carnival-style football drills and fitness stations for military families. This video does not imply DoD endorsement.
49ers players welcomed Eli Vargas to Levi's® Stadium for a surprise 6th birthday party to make his 49ers Wish come true.
The 49ers held a fashion show presented by Dignity Health featuring guests who have had or are currently battling breast cancer, pediatric cancer or colon cancer as they model apparel donated by Levi's®.
The 49ers partnered with One Love Foundation to provide high school students a meaningful workshop about healthy relationships. Together, students and players engaged in discussions about how they each can play an active role in making relationships in their lives more positive – both romantic and friendship.
Go behind the scenes with 49ers rookie Mike McGlinchey as he took part in the 49ers Mentorship Academy partnered with USA Football.
Members of the San Francisco 49ers went to Martha's Kitchen to serve dinner to over 200 people in need.
49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank partnered with The Honor Group to help educate communities about the needs of military veterans that have proudly served our country. This amazing opportunity, known as the Honor Bowl, calls for high school football matchups between Northern and Southern California teams. The games were held on August 24 and 25 at St. Francis High School in Mountain View, CA.
In partnership with NFL Canada, 49ers PREP traveled to Calgary to help put on a Play 60 camp to teach young fans the fundamentals of football and more.
49ers staff, coaches and players led campers through football drills in Levi's® Stadium during the 2018 49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank 3-Day Camp.
During their day at Levi's® Stadium, more than 50 local participants worked through specially-designed activities that taught the fundamentals of football and STEAM while applying important life skills such as respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and teamwork.
On June 21, over 120 front office staff members and the entire 49ers 2018 rookie class helped build 30 condos for low-income families with Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley.
Over two thousand fans enjoyed a summer barbecue at Levi's® Stadium in support of the 49ers Foundation
Listen to Joe Montana and Dwight Clark re-tell the story of the greatest play in the history of the San Francisco 49ers.