Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors are committed to enhancing the lives of Bay Area youth and their families by continuing the team’s longstanding tradition of positive community involvement through the development of the Warriors Foundation and by creating programs and supporting community-based efforts throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The team's mission is to strengthen the community by providing programs and activities that promote self-esteem, respect, integrity, teamwork and excellence.

The Read to Achieve Reading Program is the Warriors' highly acclaimed child literacy program conducted in partnership with Bay Area elementary & middle schools, public library systems and local youth agencies. Warriors players bring the joy of reading year-round to Bay Area children through Reading Time Outs, Reading & Learning Centers and other exciting literacy activities.
The Warriors’ youth basketball experiences allow young people to enjoy the game of basketball. Young people receive the necessary tools to succeed on and off the court. The importance of hard work, dedication, team work, healthy lifestyles and fair play are instilled through the basketball camps and clinics, Makin’ Hoops Court Refurbishments and honorary players and team captains’ experiences.
The Warriors Foundation strives to meet the social, educational and cultural needs of the community. In partnership with Warriors players, coaches, staff and community leaders, hundreds of families are adopted during Season of Giving, special wishes are granted and educational scholarships are distributed to enrich the lives of youth and those in need.
Vladimir Radmanovic
Vladimir has raised more than $600,000 to fund job skills training for at-risk youth in Serbia. He recently returned from Basketball without Borders Europe in Barcelona where he led a Life Skills session for UNICEF, visited a local hospital, and hosted a Special Olympics clinic among other activities.
David Lee
Lee's long reach doesn't just apply to cleaning up the boards. It reaches across continents. He visited Indonesia in June 2009, where he donated books to kids. Lee has dedicated several courts since his arrival in the Bay Area.