Sacramento Kings
The Sacramento Kings are dedicated to making a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people in need in the Sacramento region. With reading and literacy as a central focus of giving, Maloof Sports & Entertainment works with area school districts, after-school programs and non-profit organizations to promote its benefits. Co-owners Joe and Gavin Maloof were the inaugural winners of the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame’s Most Involved Executives for 2001 and the team’s efforts were recognized with the 2004 Pro Team Humanitarian Award, which recognizes the franchise with the best community service program across all professional sports.

Reading and literacy is a central focus of giving at Maloof Sports & Entertainment. The Kings host Reading Timeouts throughout the season in an effort to encourage kids to read and better their education and donate Kings Reading and Learning Centers to local schools, public libraries and community centers in need.
The Sacramento Kings, along with presenting partners Wells Fargo and U.S. Army, support the donation of thousands of tickets to special groups and children from underserved communities through the “Kings for the Community” program. The program was developed by Kings players and personnel as a way to give back to the community.
The Jr. Kings program provides an opportunity for teams and groups of kids to attend a Sacramento Kings game and receive a number of other exciting benefits! The Jr. Kings program is a great way for youngsters in the Sacramento region to unite and interact with the Kings.
Samuel Dalembert
Dalembert donates to benefit relief efforts in his native Haiti and also serves as a UNICEF Ambassador to him home country. He has organized relief efforts there after the effects of a devastating earthquake in January 2010.
Francisco Garcia
In 2010, Garcia traveled to Singapore as part of Basketball without Borders Asia where he participated in a number of NBA Cares community-related events.