Philadelphia 76ers
The ultimate measure of an organization’s success is not only the number in the “win” column at the season’s end, but what the team stands for year after year in the community. The Philadelphia 76ers believe in giving back to the community in which we work and play and that message is demonstrated through each program and event.

The Sixers Neighborhood Basketball League (SNBL), presented by Cricket Wireless, is a youth recreation league conducted in conjunction with the Philadelphia Department of Recreation. SNBL offers girls and boys an opportunity to participate in an organized basketball league at one of the 37 participating Department of Recreation facilities throughout Philadelphia.
Through the generosity of 76ers players as well as season ticket holders, The Sixers Community Assists Program provides tickets to non-profit organizations for every Sixers home game. Groups get to sit in player themed sections, receive T-shirts, and are recognized on the Wachovia Center scoreboard during the game.
The Sixers provide a variety of incentive based education programs for students in elementary, middle, and high schools across the Philadelphia area, using 76ers tickets as a way to motivate students to excel in school. These programs, sponsored by DeVry and NJEA, include the Book Break Challenge (K-5), Shoot for Success 3.0 Program (6-8), and the Sports Career Seminar (9-12).
Andre Iguodala
The versatile Sixers swingman has participated in a variety of community efforts including the 76ers Drive for Kids program, the Caps for Kids Drive, and Andre’s Book Drive.
Elton Brand
In 2000, he founded the Elton Brand Foundation as an organization that provides support to worthy causes in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Peekskill, N.Y. and Durham, N.C.