• Tyrese Maxey kicks the air on a basketball court in front of several children attending his camp

    Tyrese Maxey's Tour of Free Basketball Camps Starts in Philadelphia

    Philadelphia 76ers point guard Tyrese Maxey has hosted the first of his three free camps in Philadelphia, with his second on Aug. 13 in Dallas, and the final camp on Aug. 20 in Lexington.

  • article-image: 76ers Select Thunder Mug Cafe for Buy Black Program

    76ers Select Thunder Mug Cafe for Buy Black Program

    PHILADELPHIA – JAN. 13, 2022 – The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that the team has selected  Thunder Mug Cafe as its second recipient of the annual 76ers Buy Black Program. This year, the Buy Black Program again received several hundred applications from local Black-owned businesses.

  • article-image: Tobias Harris Receives October NBA Cares Community Assist Award

    Tobias Harris Receives October NBA Cares Community Assist Award

    NEW YORK, Dec. 10, 2021 – Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris has been honored with the NBA Cares Community Assist Award presented by Kaiser Permanente for the month of October in recognition of his efforts to improve literacy and education outcomes, the NBA today announced.  Each month of the regular season the award recognizes a player who best demonstrates the passion that the league and NBA players share for giving back to their communities.

  • article-image: 76ers Buy Black Program Opens Applications for Black Business Owners in Greater Philadelphia Region

    76ers Buy Black Program Opens Applications for Black Business Owners in Greater Philadelphia Region

    PHILADELPHIA – NOV. 30, 2021 – The Philadelphia 76ers have announced that the second annual round of applications for the 76ers Buy Black Program will begin today and continue through Dec. 10 at midnight via  Sixers.com/BuyBlack . In its first year, the 76ers Buy Black Program received over 700 applications in two weeks.

  • article-image: Embiid Earns Community Assist Award

    Embiid Earns Community Assist Award

    Joel Embiid isn’t just playing like an MVP on the court this season - he’s acting like an MVP off the court, too.  Monday, the NBA announced that Embiid received the NBA Cares Community Assist Award for the month of March, honoring Embiid’s commitment to address youth homelessness and housing insecurity in Philadelphia. “Using the platform I have to create positive change in the city I love has always been important to me,” Embiid said. “It’s a huge honor to receive the NBA Cares Community Assist Award.”

  • article-image: Embiid Receives March NBA Cares Community Assist Award

    Embiid Receives March NBA Cares Community Assist Award

    The NBA announced today, that Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers has received the March NBA Cares Community Assist Award in recognition of his efforts to address youth homelessness and housing insecurity in Philadelphia. Each month, the award recognizes a player who best reflects the passion that the league and NBA players share for giving back to their communities. In honor of Embiid’s efforts, the NBA will be donating $10,000 to Covenant House Pennsylvania, an organization that serves homeless youth.

  • article-image: 76ers Select SPERGO and Girl Contracting, Inc. for Buy Black Program

    76ers Select SPERGO and Girl Contracting, Inc. for Buy Black Program

    The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that the team has selected two Black-owned businesses in the Philadelphia area for the  76ers Buy Black Program .  SPERGO  is a Philadelphia-based designer apparel brand started by 15-year-old Trey Brown, while  Girl Contracting, Inc .

  • article-image: '76ers Buy Black Program' Accepting Applications From Local Black-Owned Businesses Through Feb. 2

    '76ers Buy Black Program' Accepting Applications From Local Black-Owned Businesses Through Feb. 2

    PHILADELPHIA – JAN. 18, 2021 – The Philadelphia 76ers announced today, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, that the team will begin accepting applications for the 76ers Buy Black Program in continuance of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment’s action plan and $20 million commitment to racial equity . All interested applicants may apply at Sixers.com/BuyBlack .

  • article-image: Team, Snipes Join Community Partners for Season of Giving

    Team, Snipes Join Community Partners for Season of Giving

    The Philadelphia 76ers and Snipes have teamed up to celebrate the Season of Giving and help local communities in need this holiday season. On Dec. 11, in conjunction with A Humbled Heart, the 76ers and Snipes assisted in providing and distributing holiday toys, necessary food items and more to community members from the Nicetown section of Philadelphia.

  • article-image: Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment Commits $20M to Fight Systemic Racism and Champion Equality

    Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment Commits $20M to Fight Systemic Racism and Champion Equality

    Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE), a dynamic organization comprised of premier sports and entertainment properties, including the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and NHL’s New Jersey Devils, is unveiling a company-wide action plan to fight systemic racism, and in pursuit of that mission, is pledging $10 million over the next five years to drive action and invest in the cities where our teams live, work, play and perform. HBSE has committed a total of $20 million to fighting systemic racism and championing equality, including a $10 million contribution from the 76e

  • article-image: 76ers Team With NBA Veteran Jason Collins To Host Pride Discussion & Clinic For LGBTQ Youth

    76ers Team With NBA Veteran Jason Collins To Host Pride Discussion & Clinic For LGBTQ Youth

    The word pride is defined as “the quality or state of being proud,” and that was the atmosphere fostered for all of the participants in the Philadelphia 76ers’ Pride Community Conversation & Basketball Clinic on June 28. In partnership with 13-year NBA veteran and NBA Cares ambassador Jason Collins, and in conjunction with the NBA Voices platform, the Philadelphia 76ers hosted the event at Mastery Cramer Hill School for 30 youth from Camden’s LUCY Outreach.

  • article-image: Harris Named Finalist for Seasonlong NBA Community Assist Award

    Harris Named Finalist for Seasonlong NBA Community Assist Award

    In the limited time that Tobias Harris has been a Philadelphia 76er, it’s been easy to tell he’s a special talent. Turns out the 26-year old is a pretty special person, too. Throughout his eight seasons in the NBA, Harris has made a concerted effort to use his platform to do good.


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BUY BLACK PROGRAM

BUY BLACK PROGRAM

Over the next 5 years, the Philadelphia 76ers will contribute more than $5 million in marketing assets to Black-owned businesses.

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MENTORSHIP

The 76ers and staff participate in local mentorship programs through the Wilt Chamberlain Memorial Fund and Big Brothers Big Sisters. We encourage our fans to get involved and become mentors too.

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

Throughout the month of March, the 76ers honor the contribution of women in sports and support the national dialogue around women’s empowerment. The 76ers also recognize their year-round Jr. 76ers...

AUTISM INCLUSION

AUTISM INCLUSION

Coinciding with World Autism Awareness Week, the 76ers provide meaningful experiences for families affected by autism spectrum disorders at our homes games and community outreach clinics.

STARS AND STRIPES

STARS AND STRIPES

In partnership with Toyota, the 76ers honor active and retired members of the military and their families during November through volunteerism, youth basketball and in-arena celebration.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

During the month of February, the Sixers honor local civil rights pioneers, who have been, and continue to be, trailblazers in our communities.

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SEASON OF GIVING

SEASON OF GIVING

Throughout the holiday season, the Sixers host a multitude of events in the community and in-arena to spread joy and holiday cheer.

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MLK DAY

In celebration of MLK Day every year, the 76ers celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. King. The 76ers encourage their staff and fans to dedicate time to betting their community

FIT 76

FIT 76

FIT 76 is the Sixers health and fitness initiative, highlighted by a series of clinics that last 76 minutes and teach our local youth the importance of living healthy and staying fit.


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CARING KID OF THE GAME PRESENTED BY CHICK-FIL-A

The 76ers and Chick-fil-A will honor local youth who have endured challenging circumstances and persevered, showing what it truly means to care.

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KING OR QUEEN OF THE CLASSROOM PRESENTED BY STROEHMANN

KING OR QUEEN OF THE CLASSROOM PRESENTED BY STROEHMANN

Join Tyrese Maxey and Stroehmann Bread to champion education and literacy. Enter to win $3,000 to be used for books at a school of the winner’s choice and a complete prize pack.

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SALUTE OF THE GAME PRESENTED BY TOYOTA

SALUTE OF THE GAME PRESENTED BY TOYOTA

The 76ers and Toyota have teamed up to honor active and retired members of the military at home games throughout the season to show appreciation of their service.

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HEALTHCARE HEROES PRESENTED BY MORAVIA HEALTH

HEALTHCARE HEROES PRESENTED BY MORAVIA HEALTH

The 76ers and Moravia Health honor local healthcare heroes who have continued to keep our communities safe and healthy.

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