Magic in the Community

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NBA Green Week Project

The Magic and partners OUC – The Reliable One and Owens Facility Service joined together to celebrate NBA Green Week 2014. Tobias Harris, Nick Anderson, Bo Outlaw, Magic Dancers and volunteers from OUC and Owens visited youth at Nap Ford Community School in the Parramore community to plant fruits and vegetables and craft garden signs.

Wes Unseld Meet & Greet

30 kids from “Kids Beating Cancer” had the opportunity to meet Orlando Magic Assistant Coach Wes Unseld during pregame. They were given this opportunity through a ticket donation from Coach Unseld as part of the Orlando Magic “Share the Magic” Player Ticket Program. The kids wore t-shirts labeling them as "Wes’ Full Court Press."

Noche Latina

In appreciation of the Orlando Magic’s Hispanic fan base the Magic hosted Noche Latina presented by Chase on March 28. The night featured a special postgame concert by Manny Manuel, Puerto Rican singer of merengue, boleros and tropical music. In addition to the concert fans experienced Hispanic culture with Latin-inspired music, dance, food and more.

March Autograph Session

Each season, the Magic team and coaches autograph more than 1,000 items for schools, nonprofit organizations and other charitable events. The items signed included photos, basketballs, jerseys, shoes and a variety of Magic paraphernalia, which are distributed into the community during the season to assist charitable endeavors.

Alex Martins Meet & Greet

A group of 25 kids from “Parramore Kidz Zone” had the opportunity to meet Orlando Magic CEO Alex Martins during pregame. They were given this opportunity through a ticket donation from Mr. Martins as part of the Orlando Magic “Share the Magic” Player Ticket Program. The kids wore t-shirts labeling them as "Alex’s All-Stars."

Hunger Night

The Orlando Magic teamed up with Second Harvest Food Bank, FOX Sports Florida and WOFL FOX 35 for “Hoops for Hunger Night” on March 12 when the Magic took on the Denver Nuggets. For every ticket purchased through to that game, the team donated $5 to Second Harvest Food Bank’s Hi-Five Kids Pack Program.

Orlando Magic & UHC Full Staff Project

More than 200 Magic staffers teamed with 100 employees from UnitedHealthcare to construct 13,500 Hi-Five Packs that will be provided to underprivileged children in Central Florida. The packs will give underserved children food to eat on weekends when they don’t have access to food programs at school.

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Community Archive Diversity Educator of the Year

The Orlando Magic is committed to helping children reach their full potential by investing resources in the areas of education, the arts, health and wellness. The Magic is dedicated to creating an inclusive environment in which fans, community partners and employees feel welcome, valued and appreciated. Click here to read about our community activities.

The Magic recognizes the richness and diversity each culture brings to the Central Florida community. Learn more about our diversity initiatives and events by clicking here.

As a part of the Orlando magic’s education initiative, the Magic along with Quill will recognize six (6) educators as our Educator of the Month throughout the season. Each “Educator of the Month” selected will receive $500 towards school supplies. At the end of the season, all of our Educators of the Month will be entered as finalist to receive $10,000 to enhance their classroom’s needs. View the winners here.

25 Magic Makers Donation Requests Community Ambassadors

The Magic Makers Program will be fulfilled on 25 different occasions throughout the 2013-14 Orlando Magic season. Click here for more information.
*If requests are for 3 or more seats, all tickets may not be in the same location.

The Orlando Magic supports charitable causes and events by donating autographed items. To be considered for a charitable donation, please complete the online Orlando Magic Donation Request and view guidelines.

Community Ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw strive to make a positive impact on our community and its youth by speaking to local youth groups and participating in basketball clinics and camps. For information on the Community Ambassador Program and scheduling an appearance, please email us and include the date, time and details about your appearance needs. Click here for more info.

Ticket Program Youth Basketball Orlando Magic Player Foundations

The Magic donates over 5,000 tickets per year to non-profit organizations to allow under-privileged kids in the Central Florida area an opportunity to experience a Magic game. To request complimentary tickets for your 501c3 organization in Orange, Seminole, or Osceola County, download this form and follow the instructions.

The Orlando Magic proudly offers a variety of programs (including camps, clinics, leagues and training) which are designed to improve the skill level of any youth basketball player. All programs feature expert instruction, awesome giveaways and tons of NBA fun! Learn more.

Click here to check out how Orlando Magic players' initiatives are impacting the community.