TEL HI Celebrates the “Grand Opening” of their new Warriors Gym thanks to the generosity of the Golden State Warriors, Good Tidings Foundation and BlackRock!

August 14, 2017

Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center (TEL HI) is honored to be able to unveil their newly renovated Warriors gymnasium and playground on Thursday, August 24, 2017! Thanks to the generosity of the Golden State Warriors, BlackRock and Good Tidings Foundation who partnered with TEL HI to renovate the gymnasium, adding a much needed make-over to one of TEL HI’s most loved and used areas!

TEL HI’s new “Warriors Gym” received a fresh coat of paint, a completely resurfaced playing court (complete with color and striping) and wall pads (scheduled to be installed later this month). TEL HI’s playground also received an updated blacktop with new paint, basketball hoop, and striping. The renovation project will affect a wide group of kids, seniors and community members who use the space every day for activities ranging from basketball games, tai-chi, dancing, organized sports leagues and more.

“TEL HI is humbled by the support of these three community partners and their efforts to ensure the community has safe, healthy places for children, families and community members to gather and play!” said Nestor L. Fernandez II, TEL HI Executive Director and CEO.

About Our Community Sponsors

The Good Tidings Foundation, which was founded in January of 1995 by Mr. Larry Harper, is a children’s charity that looks to equally support education, recreation and the arts for youth from communities in need in the greater Bay Area.

The Golden State Warriors is dedicated to creating stronger communities through the Warriors Community Foundation. The Warriors Community Foundation supports education and youth development to promote thriving students, schools and communities.

BlackRock is a leading global asset manager, serving many of the world’s largest companies, pension funds, foundations, and public institutions as well as millions of people from all walks of life. They are committed to building access to better futures for underserved individuals and communities.