Open Thread: Spurs team up with Haven For Hope and S. A. Food Bank with the goal of “Fighting hunger, feeding hope”

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San Antonio Food Bank And Spurs

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We have officially entered the #SeasonOfGiving.

At every turn, the San Antonio Spurs have been out in the community spreading cheer and sharing hope with those who may be less fortunate.

Recently, Gregg Popovich and Bryn Forbes, along with the San Antonio Police Department, outfit an entire school and staff with tennis shoes as part of Shoes That Fit, a program the Spurs coach has championed for four years running.

LaMarcus Aldridge and HEB also made an appearance at the Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio to give families food to help celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

And recently, Pop and the entire team served lunches at the San Antonio Food Bank, an organization with Popovich on the advisory board. The program serves 74 million meals a year in the San Antonio area.

Keep checking back as there are sure to be more Spurs sightings in the community for weeks to come.


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Open Thread: Spurs team up with Haven For Hope and S. A. Food Bank with the goal of “Fighting hunger, feeding hope”
Open Thread: Spurs team up with Haven For Hope and S. A. Food Bank with the goal of “Fighting hunger, feeding hope”

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