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Read to Achieve

Read to Achieve is the most extensive educational outreach initiative in the history of professional sports, aiming to develop a life-long love of reading and literacy in local students.

WATCH HERE - April 16 Virtual Read To Achieve

Math Warriors

Math Warriors is a creative educational program that utilizes basketball to build excitement for math problems among students. Coupling hoops and numbers in the classroom gives students a fresh and positive perspective on mathematics.

WATCH HERE - April 23 Virtual Math Warriors

Adobe Peaceful Warriors

The Golden State Warriors and Santa Cruz Warriors, in partnership with Adobe, aim to inspire wellness for elementary-aged students through creativity and self-expression through the Peaceful Warriors program.

Get Fit

Get Fit is a year-round community platform focusing on fitness, wellness, and nutrition education to build a healthier community. Warriors players and coaches host a variety of events at schools, community gathering places, and Kaiser Permanente Arena.

Sea Dubs Classics

The Sea Dub Classics program helps local citizens thrive through a variety of local events that promote healthy living, new activities and community wellness.

Coaches for Kids

The Coaches for Kids program provides unique community activities for at-risk youth in the hopes of nurturing more positive personal outcomes.


Helping Hands

Throughout the year, the Santa Cruz front office team members give back to the Santa Cruz community by taking part in monthly volunteer community service activities arranged through the Helping Hands program.

Season of Giving

Throughout the holiday season, the Santa Cruz Warriors adopt local families in need, surprise needy families with Christmas trees and decorations and serve food at homeless shelters.


Hoops for Troops

Hoops for Troops is an NBA initiative in collaboration with the Department of Defense, USO, TAPS and other military and veteran-serving organizations to honor active and retired service members and their families.

More to Come!

For more information on our community programs, please contact Cheyenne Loftus at