Warriors Hoops For Kids Program to Donate $530,000 for Underserved Youth in the Bay Area

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The Warriors Community Foundation, in partnership with the Koret Foundation, Taube Family Foundation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company, continued the Hoops for Kids program this season, a program through which the Warriors achievements on the court support underserved youth in the Bay Area. Every Warriors three-pointer made during the 2015-16 regular season yields $500 toward eight organizations working locally to improve educational opportunities and life outcomes for kids. To date, the Warriors have hit an NBA-record 1,057 three-pointers this season (as of April 10, 2016), the first team to reach over 1,000 three-pointers in a single season, raising $530,000 and counting for Hoops for Kids.

Playworks is one of the eight organizations Hoops for Kids program supports. Read more.

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