- Barbosa, Leandro(11)
- Barnes, Harrison(30)
- Bogut, Andrew(20)
- Curry, Stephen(52)
- Ezeli, Festus(17)
- Green, Draymond(26)
- Holiday, Justin(11)
- Iguodala, Andre(17)
- Kuzmic, Ognjen(7)
- Lee, David(15)
- Livingston, Shaun(12)
- Rush, Brandon(10)
- Speights, Marreese(15)
- Thompson, Klay(46)
- McAdoo, James Michael(1)
- Adams, Ron(5)
- Lyles, Keke(1)
- Wang, Johan(1)
- Yoder, Drew(1)
- Kerr, Steve(18)
- Walton, Luke(3)
- Collins, Jarron(3)
- Fraser, Bruce(1)
Esurance Green Mob Beautification Project
September 13, 2011
The Warriors teamed up with Esurance on September 13 for a Green Mob Beautification Project at Fruitvale Elementary School in Oakland.
The event took place in the schools garden and featured (from left to right) Warriors Assistant Coach Michael Malone, Esurance Brand Partnerships Manager Joann Lee, Warriors Director of Player Personnel and Assistant General Manager Travis Schlenk
and more than 30 fourth and fifth-grade students from Fruitvales Learning for Life afterschool program.
The Green Mob beautification project was part of Back to School in the Bay, a Warriors initiative in which the team is visiting five schools in five days.
The Warrior Girls lent a helping hand at the event and distributed Green Mob t-shirts to each of the students in attendance.
Fitted with their Green Mob shirts and gardening gloves, the kids were eager to get to work with the Warriors and Esurance.
The group quickly got to work on transforming the schools lifeless garden into a place that any kid would want to hang out.
In addition to giving the garden a major facelift, the Warriors, Esurance and Fruitvale students concentrated on planting fruit and vegetable plants
and putting a fresh coat of paint on all of the planter boxes.
The beatification project was truly a team effort, as the students worked side by side with the Warriors staff and Esurance volunteers.
Bruce Stoffmacher, Community Liaison for City of Oakland Councilmember Libby Schaaf, stopped by the event to present the Warriors and Esurance a Commendation honoring their positive involvement and commitment to the Oakland community.
It wasnt all work and no play, as the students truly enjoyed just spending some time with the Warriors
and receiving autographs.
But when all was said and done, the day was about bringing the Fruitvale Elementary School garden back to life.
The beautification project will provide the garden with a jumpstart that will enable the afterschool program to teach students about sustainability as well as nutrition and eating healthy.
The project proved to be a great way for the Warriors and Esurance to come together for a worthy cause.
The Warriors thank all of the students who participated in the Green Mob Beautification Project.
And a special thank you goes out to Esurance for its continuous good work in the community.