Phoenix Suns
The Phoenix Suns are committed to enriching Arizona communities. Each season, the Suns conduct outreach programs, make community appearances, and volunteer their time to positively influence the lives of Arizona’s youth and families. The Suns take great pride in building on the success of our community outreach initiatives. With a mission statement that includes a commitment to the community, the Suns will continue to work hard both on and off the court for years to come.

Each year, the Suns kick off the season with a variety of weeklong activities that not only support the community but also get fans geared up for another exciting Suns season. “Paint the Planet Orange” will take place in late October 2009 so watch for the Suns throughout the Valley!
Jr. Suns/Jr. Mercury Youth Basketball Leagues provide boys and girls of all skill levels, between the ages 6 – 18 a chance to learn important lessons of life, the value of a good education, good sportsmanship and giving back to the community – check out for more information.
The Phoenix Suns are committed to becoming conscious and educated about sustainable and environmentally friendly initiatives in order to institute positive change within the organization. By implementing these practices through the Suns solar project, recycling programs and fan awareness, the Suns hope that others will make changes for the better of the environment.
Grant Hill
Hill participated in the tip-off event for Vaccines for Teens in Phoenix which aims to drive home the importance of getting vaccinated for serious, potentially life-threatening diseases.
Steve Nash
USA Weekend’s Most Caring Athlete in 2007, Nash built pediatric care unit at a hospital in Paraguay, his wife’s native country.