For 25 years, we have been changing the realities of our communities by providing the access children need to achieve their dreams.
Good Tidings encourages and supports the growth of marginalized children in Northern California by creating environments for athletics, the arts, education and wonder.
We believe that every child deserves the access and the means to pursue their dreams. The Good Tidings Foundation aims to provide opportunities that otherwise would be unavailable to kids regardless of their financial status, ethnic origin, or religion. Our programs allow children to play, create, and dream.
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Serving Our Community
Good Tidings has been a trailblazer in donating and upgrading youth athletic facilities. For the past 27 years, Good Tidings has partnered with the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants, San Jose Sharks, Sacramento Kings, Oakland Athletics, and local athletes to refurbish over 180 athletic facilities all over Northern California.Learn More
Good Tidings recognizes that one of the best outlets for underserved youth is the ability to dream and create. In partnership and honor of LeRoy Neiman, we gift creative art studios to provide the youth of Northern California the ability to express themselves. Good Tidings has also built music studios with legendary artists such as Kenny Loggins and Jason Mraz.Learn More
In 1999, Good Tidings established its Community Service Scholarship to reward high school seniors with financial need who also gave back to their community. The $10,000 scholarship can be used for junior college, universities, trade school, culinary school, or other accredited institutions.Learn More
Good Tidings holds true to its name by providing joy to hundreds of marginalized youth through its Winter Wonderland. Each holiday season, kids can pick out their favorite toys, skateboards, bikes, and more at the Good Tidings HQ. The Good Tidings Foundation is proud to host special projects as well as teen rooms and rock star road trips.Learn More
Good Tidings Podcast 15: Rhonda Harper
Podcast | November 2, 2021