Chicago Bulls in the Community

The Chicago Bulls have a responsibility and a desire to actively assist with the education and development of our youth, contribute to organizations that provide services to needy families, and improve our city's neighborhoods. Through our community relations efforts and support from Chicago Bulls Charities, we have established a history of community service by contributing time, materials, resources and financial donations. It is through these efforts that we are determined to help those in need in our schools, on the court, and in the community.

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2013-14 Kia Educator of the Month

2013-14 Kia Educator of the Month

Throughout the 2013-14 season, the Chicago Bulls and Kia Motors honored Chicago Public School (CPS) School teachers for their hard work and dedication in the classroom through the “Educator of the Month” program.


The Chicago Bulls frequently work with community organizations and corporate partners to organize events that support our core values of youth education, health and wellness, and violence prevention. Learn more about some of our recent events below.


Bulls recognize H20 Plus' "And One" donation to Chicago Bulls Charities

The Bulls welcomed H2O Plus representatives for the official check presentation of their “And One” donation to Chicago Bulls Charities on April 14. Throughout the 2013-14 season, H2O Plus committed to making a $250 donation to CBC every time that a Bulls player scored and was fouled on the play. Leading the team with 17 “And One’s” this season, Bulls forward Taj Gibson participated in the ceremony.


Bulls recognize Youth Guidance's Becoming a Man program at first "Violence Prevention Night"

The Chicago Bulls held the first “Violence Prevention Night” at the March 31 game versus the Boston Celtics. Through a number of pre-game and in-game activities, the Bulls honored the team’s community partners that focus on anti-violence initiatives. Staff and students from Youth Guidance’s B.A.M. (Becoming a Man) program attended the game as representatives of these partners.

Butler visits children and families at Advocate Children’s Hospital

Jimmy Butler and Benny the Bull visited patients and their families at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge on March 27. Butler and Benny the Bull spent time with patients in their rooms and were available to take photos and sign autographs for them.


Bulls and Ronald McDonald House Charities host third annual "Bulls Spectacular" party

The Bulls and Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana (RMHC®-CNI) hosted the third-annual "Bulls Spectacular" party on March 25, bringing the team’s in-game entertainment experience to kids and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House® near Lurie Children’s. Bulls players Carlos Boozer, Tornike Shengelia and Tony Snell, Chicago Bulls Charities President Nancy Reinsdorf, members of the Bulls Entertainment Network (BEN), Bulls Ambassadors Sidney Green and Bob Love and nearly 100 kids celebrated with a special dinner, games, a photo booth and face painter, among other activities.


Bulls and Sprite recognize local high school students for academic achievements

The Bulls and Sprite celebrated Black History Month with the 7th annual Sprite MVP Program at the Feb. 26 game against the Golden State Warriors. Twenty-four African American male students from local high schools were honored for their commitment to succeeding in school and improving their community.

Photos: Bill Smith & Carolina Sanchez/Chicago Bulls

An Evening with the Chicago Bulls

On February 12, 2014, the Bulls hosted the team’s 25th annual charity gala, An Evening with the Chicago Bulls. The team honored John W. Rogers, Jr., Chairman, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Ariel Investments, LLC for his achievements and civic contributions. The 2013-2014 Bulls team attended along with Bulls coaches, broadcasters and alumni. The event was sold out, with over 800 guests in attendance.

See more Chicago Bulls community events

Videos from WGN's BullsEye pregame show on the Bulls' community initiatives


The Chicago Bulls provide ongoing support to a number of nonprofit organizations, community initiatives, and events.


Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Bright Pink
Chicago Bulls College Prep
Chicago Bulls Go Green Program
Chicago Gateway Green
Chicago Housing Authority Holiday Party
Chicago Wheelchair Bulls
City Year Chicago
EnergizaBulls Fitness Learning Centers
Greater Chicago Food Depository Holiday Food Drive
Kia Educator of the Month
James Jordan Boys & Girls Club and Chicago Bulls Family Life Center
Navy Recruitment Division
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Rush University Health Fair
Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
Shop with a Bull
Sprite Chicago MVPs
Thanksgiving at Pacific Garden Mission
United Center Joint Venture Scholarships
USO Holiday Party
Wish-Granting Organizations
Wounded Warriors
Youth Guidance/Becoming a Man Partnership

Donation Requests


Corporate Charity Group Ticket Requests

The Chicago Bulls, through the generosity of a number of our corporate sponsors, are pleased to be able to provide game tickets to local charities throughout the season. If you are affiliated with a registered, 501c3 organization and would like to be considered for a ticket donation, please complete the request form. ** A limited number of tickets are available for each home game, so we appreciate your understanding that only one request per organization will be reviewed each season.


Sidney Green
Bob Love


To fund the numerous programs Chicago Bulls Charities supports, we rely on contributions from our corporate partners, individuals and the following annual fundraising events and programs.

Chicago Bulls Charities Fundraising
50/50 Raffle
Fantasy Experiences
In-Game Auctions and Memorabilia Sales
Scoreboard Messages
An Evening with the Chicago Bulls
Corporate Partner Donations

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