Watch San Francisco 49ers players help out at the 49ers Youth Football 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.
The San Francisco 49ers and Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative hosted more than 30 female Bay Area students to focus on training, health, inspiration, nutrition and knowledge in an event sponsored by the California Milk Advisory Board.
The 49ers 2018 Rookie class led 64 students from local Boys & Girls Clubs through drills during a 49ers PREP football clinic.
Laken Tomlinson, Bradley Pinion, Pita Taumoepenu and other 49ers spent last weekend with the youngsters of the 49ers PREP Flag Football League.
Members of the 49ers enjoyed a night out at the eighth annual UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Prom in San Francisco.
The 49ers community relations department helped TSgt Rob Thomas surprise his family when he returned home from a six-month deployment.
More than 220 students from the 49ers STEM Leadership Institute at Cabrillo Middle School/Santa Clara High School came to Levi’s® Stadium to learn how STEM was used to build the stadium and how 49ers staff members use STEM everyday.
The 49ers and linebacker Eli Harold proudly honored Pajaro Valley High School senior Karina Gonzalez-Lopez as the 2018 Bay Area All-Star Scholarship team recipient.
The San Francisco 49ers returned to snowy slopes of Olympic Valley, Calif. for Winter Fest presented by Chevron, a weekend-long charity event, celebrating philanthropy, football and family.
The 49ers Foundation introduced changes to two of its industry-leading community impact programs.
Santa and his elves presented the 49ers locker room with season-related gifts for the holidays.
49ers Wish partners with organizations like the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Dream Foundation to fulfill the Wishes of members of the Faithful come true with life threatening medical conditions.
49ers players, and their families along with ownership executives and front office staff partnered with Convoy of Hope to host a Resource Fair to provide groceries, haircuts, clothing, toys and much more at an event at Levi’s Stadium.
49ers Faithful can now donate their car, truck, or RV to benefit the 49ers Foundation's PREP Flag Football program and qualify for tax deduction.
Pinion joined NFL Network's TNF First Look to talk about his work in the community, his nomination for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award and the addition of Jimmy Garoppolo to the team.
Pinion is the 49ers nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award. Here's what the punter has accomplished in the community.
49ers punter Bradley Pinion discussed why Convoy of Hope was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative.
49ers linebacker Dekoda Watson discussed why Koda's Kids Foundation was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative.
49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt discussed why the Norcal Epilepsy Foundation was the charity he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative.
49ers tight end Garrett Celek discussed why the 49ers Foundation and Youth Football were the charities he chose to spotlight for the "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative.