Oklahoma City Thunder
The Thunder Community Relations Department works to create programs and partnerships that make a positive impact on the greater Oklahoma City community. Our primary focus is on youth, with an emphasis on reading and literacy, health and fitness, and youth basketball. Our primary outreach consists of Auction Donations, Read To Achieve, Thunder Fit, the Thunder-OU Scholarship Program, Black History Heroes Challenge and Holiday Assist.

This bus travels to schools, community centers, museums, parks and other sites throughout the year to promote reading and literacy. Each student who visits the bus receives a free book to promote a love of reading. To date, the book bus has distributed over 25,000 books to preK-9th grade readers.
Thunder Fit is part of the overall NBA Fit initiative. Thunder Fit consists of interactive fitness clinics primarily targeting middle school students. Activities focus on strength training, cardio/basketball drills, core training and nutrition. The goal is to show students fun and simple ways to lead healthier, active lives.
The Devon Community Hero Award, presented by the Thunder honors individuals who have gone above and beyond in their community. A hero is honored during a home game each month of the regular season.
Daequan Cook
Cook received the NBA Cares Community Assist Award for the 2009 offseason in recognition of his outstanding efforts in the community. He provided to an Ohio family who lost their son in a tragic accident.
Kevin Durant
As part of its Small Steps initiative, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant worked with the Ad Council to develop a childhood obesity prevention PSAs in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services, featuring Warner Brothers' Looney Tunes characters.