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Through Hoops for Kids, Warriors achievements on the court benefit underserved youth around the Bay Area. Each Warriors 3-point basket this regular season will generate $500 for local organizations that work to improve opportunities and outcomes for kids. Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, Salesforce, and our Supporting Sponsors, PG&E, the Koret Foundation and Taube Philanthropies, our team's success is now our community's success!

Our Beneficiaries

Aim High is a free summer learning and enrichment program that serves middle school students in high-need communities who have limited options, but unlimited potential.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters is a mentorship program that creates a long-lasting, positive effect on kids’ self-esteem, academic achievement, and relationships with family and peers.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland develops our community's youth into positive contributors to society.

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Boys & Girls Clubs SF inspires and enables all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

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East Oakland Youth Development Center develops social and leadership capacities in youth to excel in education, career and service to their communities.

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Playworks Northern California provides play and physical activity at low-income schools, helping children connect with other kids and grow physically, emotionally and socially.

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San Francisco Education Fund works to focus community volunteers and financial resources where they are needed most to build bright futures for public school students in San Francisco.

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uAspire believes a college degree, and the opportunities it brings, should be affordable to all. They ensure that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to and through college.

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