Touchdowns for Kids Program 2018 Season Celebrates the 49ers Success on the Field with Charitable Contributions off the Field


Touchdowns for Kids Program 2018 Season Celebrates the 49ers Success on the Field with Charitable Contributions off the Field

In 2018, for each preseason and regular season game, on-field achievements will again result in contributions to the Touchdowns for Kids Program. With each touchdown, field goal, interception, or sack, much needed funding is directed toward improving the lives of local youth in need via the Taube Philanthropies and Koret Foundation 49ers Touchdowns for Kids Program.

Since launching the program in 2011, the Taube Philanthropies, Koret Foundation, and 49ers Foundation have donated over $1,600,000 to support preselected Bay Area charitable organizations.

The Numbers:
- $5,000 per touchdown scored by the 49ers
- $1,000 per field goal scored by the 49ers
- $1,000 per interception logged by the 49ers
- $1,000 per sack by the 49ers

The Beneficiaries:
49ers PREP inspires hope and teaches youth the non-cognitive life-skills of teamwork, grit, critical thinking, communication, and emotional regulation through the game of football.

49ers EDU provides free, unique, standards-aligned education experiences to more than 60,000 participants annually in the Denise DeBartolo York Education Center housed at Levi’s® Stadium.

Located in East Palo Alto, the San Francisco 49ers Academy is a private non-profit agency embedded in the public school system providing on-site services, staff, and programs to middle and high school students.

The 49ers STEM Leadership Institute, created in partnership with the San Francisco 49ers, the Silicon Valley Education Foundation, and the Santa Clara Unified School District, is a six-year program that prepares students with high academic potential to be outstanding.

Fresh Lifelines for Youth, Inc. (FLY) is an award-winning nonprofit working to break the cycle of juvenile violence, crime, and incarceration. We give young people a chance to take their lives in a whole new direction is an award-winning nonprofit working to break the cycle of juvenile violence, crime, and incarceration. We give young people a chance to take their lives in a whole new direction

City Year utilizes AmeriCorps volunteers to move underperforming students along their educational continuum to 10th grade readiness in English/Language Arts and Math, such that they the graduate from high school.

Cityteam Ministries-San Jose is a Christian non-profit that aims to alleviate the personal hardship of poverty, hunger, homelessness and addiction, offering a path to self-sufficiency and lasting change. Our goal is to see lives restored and our city impacted, demonstrating God’s restorative love in our community.

Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) was formed at Stanford University in 1998 as a 501(c)(3) with the mission of transforming the culture of youth sports to ensure that all young athletes have the opportunity for a positive, character-building experienc).

KidPower Is the global nonprofit leader in ‘People Safety’ education – an international movement of leaders reaching millions of people of all ages, abilities, genders, identities, and walks of life with effective, culturally-competent interpersonal and social safety skills.

10 Books a Home (10BH) is a nonprofit organization that offers a new early education solution to families in High Poverty Communities who are dissatisfied with the high rate of student failure in their community and who want to prevent their children from suffering the same fate.

The Hidden Genius Project is a program to connect young black males with the skills, mentors, and experiences that they need to become high-performing entrepreneurs and technologists in a 21st century, global economy.

East Bay College Fund is a community-based non-profit organization that provides college access services, substantial scholarships, mentoring, on-going college counseling and life skills training to East Bay (primarily Oakland) public school students from low income families and communities with historically low college attendance rates.