Chase Center represents all the best that its neighborhood has to offer: state of the art technology, farm to table dining, first-to-market experiential retail as well as fitness and service amenities. Drawing from influences from locals and regional visitors alike, Chase Center highlights the beauty, ingenuity and innovation of the Bay Area.
We’re dedicated to giving back to the community that helps us thrive. The mission of our Chase Center Assists program is to address the Bay Area’s economic and social challenges and create pathways to opportunity through community partnerships.
The three pillars of our program are:
Small Business Assistance: To help build capacity, provide critical resources and opportunity to small, local and minority owned businesses.
Affordable Housing Growth: To transform housing sites into a vibrant, thriving, community through holistic revitalization.
Training & Education: To provide career advancement opportunities for Bay Area residents.
Since first announcing plans to move to Mission Bay, we’ve been engaged in a thoughtful community outreach process to better understand the wants and needs of our neighbors. Through years of open, above-board dialogue and public planning, we’ve been able to design and build a community beacon that best reflects our community.
We built authentic, grassroots relationships with the surrounding neighbors, small business owners, and community leaders to empower them to participate in the extensive public arena development process. As a result, the Warriors arena development plans received sweeping approvals before San Francisco legislative bodies and agencies—including a unanimous approval at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in December 2015. In total, over 250 public testimonials in favor of arena development were heard before such elected and appointed bodies.
The Warriors Community Foundation is committed to supporting underserved youth throughout the Bay Area. Since its inception in 2012, the Foundation has delivered nearly $7 million in community impact, including flagship awards to San Francisco Unified School District and the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.
The Foundation recently announced $1.25 million in grants to 51 Bay Area organizations – including 28 serving San Francisco.
The Foundation also donates thousands of tickets each season to local schools and nonprofits and refurbishes public basketball courts around the Bay Area, including recent projects at Alive & Free in the Dogpatch, Willie Brown Middle School in the Bayview, and the Nate Thurmond Panhandle Courts in Golden Gate Park.