Nov 16, 2017
Cancer warriors model Levi's® clothing in a fashion show!
49ers Foundation and 49ers EDU partnered with the Learning by Giving Foundation to bring experimental philanthropy to high school students through the 49ers STEM Leadership Institute at Santa Clara High School to teach students about philanthropy and the grant making process.
Rising 8th-12th graders are invited to join us at Levi's ® Stadium for the 3rd annual Skills Camp Fueled by Gatorade. Athletes will have the opportunity to learn from 49ers alumni at the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Register before prices go up up on Jan. 20.
The 49ers partnered with One Community to host a private pre-screening of the film Just Mercy. 49ers players, family and executives watched Just Mercy alongside 20 high school students from African American Community Service Agency. Following the screening, the film's Executive Producer, Scott Budnick, led a group discussion.
The 49ers linebackers and tight ends welcomed foster youth from Unity Care and a Bay Area family for an afternoon of gifts and holiday cheer.
George Kittle and several of his teammates partnered with the Jessie Rees Foundation to distribute JoyJars and 49ers goodie bags to pediatric patients at a local children's hospital this holiday season.
The John Lynch Foundation hosted a Christmas party for 30 children from Bay Area Boys and Girls Clubs and three locally-based military families at Levi's® Stadium for an intimate event hosted by John Lynch, along with his wife Linda and family.
Levi's® and Mike McGlinchey partnered together to host a Levi's® shopping trip for individuals from Autism Speaks and Football Camp for the Stars. Mike chose the participants because of his close connection to groups with special needs. Mike's brother, Jimmy, was diagnosed with autism at 2 years old and has been a major source of inspiration for him.
49ers players joined local first responders and youth from Brothers on the Rise in Oakland for a special 49ers EDU class at Levi's® Stadium to discuss the importance of education through STEAM principles.
The 49ers defensive line teamed up with Shoe Palace and Visa to invite 20 youth from Fam 1st Family Foundation in Oakland for a special holiday shopping spree.
More than 400 boys and girls from local nonprofits enjoyed a night at Levi's® Stadium. 49ers front office staff, executives, ownership, partners, players, coaches and their families volunteered and provided the donated resources including a haircut, shoes from Shoe Palace, toys, glasses from Zenni, dinner, a bike and so much more.
From foe to family. Hear special messages from teammates, fans and so many more as they share stories of how Richard Sherman has influenced their lives.
49ers tight end George Kittle discussed why TAPS was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause My Cleats" initiative presented by Shoe Palace.
Go behind the scenes with "My Cause My Cleats" painter Terrell Nievera as he designs and paints the 49ers custom cleats created by Shoe Palace.
49ers defensive lineman DeForest Buckner discussed why Beyond Differences was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause My Cleats" initiative presented by Shoe Palace.
Watch as Marquise Goodwin sees his cleats, designed by Shoe Palace, for the first time and shares the reason he chose to support Next Door Solutions and the Cerebral Palsy Foundation.
The 49ers, along with One Love Foundation hosted an engaging workshop around healthy relationships to middle and high school students in Youthhype, an empowerment group located in San Jose schools.
49ers offensive lineman Justin Skule discussed why Turner's Heroes was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause My Cleats" initiative presented by Shoe Palace.
In support of Make A Wish, Jimmy Garoppolo asked previous 49ers Wish recipients to create a drawing for his 'My Cause My Cleats.'
Take a look at the reactions from members of the 49ers as they unboxed their personalized cleats for the 'My Cause My Cleats' campaign.
The 49ers teamed up with Martha's Kitchen to serve a Thanksgiving dinner to those in need.
49ers PREP welcomed the 100,000th participant in their free in-school football and fitness program.
The 49ers welcomed 27 special military families (TAPS, Veteran and Active Duty) in honor of Salute to Service. 49ers players received a unique military story in their locker connecting them to a particular family that they were able to meet and spend time with after practice. The families all attended the Salute to Service game on Veteran's Day.
During a special Salute to Service event hosted by USAA, 49ers players spent an afternoon visiting the U.S. Coast Guard Base Alameda. Following a meet and greet, 49ers players received an extensive experience, including a tour of the USCG Cutter Waesche and a search and rescue demonstration.
The 49ers and United Airlines brought a special group of veterans on an all-expenses paid trip to D.C. as the team took on the Redskins in Week 7. The trip included a tour of the Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery, private practice visit, 49ers festivities and capped it off with a win at FedEx Field!
As part of the NFL 100 weekend, 49ers Alumni Ian Williams attended the Special Olympics of Northern California Flag Football tournament in Walnut Creek, CA. In addition, 49ers PREP presented by U.S. Bank activated at the event and gave out t-shirts to all of the athletes in attendance.