Since its inception in 1991, the Fund has donated over $34 million to community efforts. The Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is managed by a 30-member Board of Directors, and is sustained by contributions from special events, corporate sponsorships, foundations, and from you, our dedicated fans.
The San Francisco Giants are dedicated to enriching our community through innovation and excellence on and off the field.
The Giants' work in the community translates into a variety of unique and progressive programs dedicated to addressing some of the most pressing needs of Northern California children and their families, including health, violence prevention, youth fitness and recreation, education and literacy.
The Giants Community Fund is proud to introduce Willie Mays Scholars, a college prep and scholarship program to support Black youth living in San Francisco.
In an effort to encourage youth to stay active during the off-season, the Giants Community Fund has launched Junior Giants On Demand! The digital platform helps bring the spirit of the season into any household year-round. With 150+ videos and downloadable activities, families now have access to Giants-style, positive programming at their fingertips.
Donate directly to the Giants Community Fund to support community efforts, or partner with Giants players to give deserving community groups tickets to a Giants home game.
The Community Spirit Award is given to one volunteer each year who exemplifies the commitment to community service and "can-do" spirit of Giants Community Fund Board Member Emeritus, Isabelle Lemon. Congratulations to Elaine Bostwick Smith from Fresh Lifelines for Youth as the winner of the 2020 Community Spirit Award.
The applications for the 2020 Community Spirit Award are closed. Please check back in the Summer of 2021 to apply next year.