Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers Foundation exists to foster and support community outreach programs and activities with positive educational, civic, environmental and humanitarian values that benefit and enhance the quality of life primarily for children in greater Los Angeles. To meet these commitments, the foundation will seek, accept and donate funds and in-kind items to support community outreach programs and initiatives of local children's charities and organizations.

The Clippers Read to Achieve program has four components: Reading & Learning Center development directed at community centers and youth organizations, the Read to Achieve Minutes Challenge, the Read to Achieve Story Book Challenge and the Poetry Slam Ní Jam contest all focusing on elementary, middle and high school students from 30 school districts in greater Los Angeles.
Fastbreak to Fitness is designed to reinforce the importance of fitness and exercise to youth in our community. The program is directed at elementary and middle school aged students who strive to become part of the Clippers Fitness Squad. Clinics held by Clippers players and coaches, books, Clippers items and exciting events are incentives provided for the program.
The Clippers join Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks to work exclusively with inner city children ages 5 to 16 to promote the fundamentals of basketball, sportsmanship and athletics as an alternative to negative influences. The program, now in its 10th season, tips-off in early January and runs through March, culminating with an early April tournament.
Randy Foye
The Randy Foye Foundation (RFF), started in 2007, raises funds and devotes time to develop programs and projects aimed directly at improving the lives of the people, especially the kids, of Newark.
Baron Davis
During the summer of 2009, Davis spent time in India where he hosted a variety of basketball activities, including basketball clinics for coaches and youth.