University of Virginia alumnus and former basketball star, Sean Singletary, ran drills with children at a basketball program earlier this month in Charlottesville. UVA has an active alumni base that are heavily involved in their communities. Chris Havlicek is an active member of several community organizations and board member of the Genesis Foundation for Children,… Read More »
Erika King’s art collage, “NBA Legends of Basketball – We Made This Game” features basketball icons and their signatures, including John Havlicek’s. Some of the proceeds went to the National Basketball Retired Players Association.
The Genesis Foundation’s board of directors, including John Havlicek and his son, Chris Havlicek, hosted the 33rd John Havlicek Fishing Tournament. Read this article to learn about the event’s details and how it benefited the non-profit, the Genesis Foundation.
The “Little Black Dress” event was the second annual fundraiser to benefit the Center for Creative Education. Chris Havlicek’s wife, Kim, was a co-chairwoman. The organization uses the arts to help children reach their full academic potential by getting them excited about learning.
Chris Havlicek’s mother, Beth, started a fundraiser called “Hometown Heroes” when Chris was touring with his Olympic team. The fundraiser raised money through the “Adopt an Athlete” program. Participants paid $40 and “adopted” an Olympian. They received a gym bag with their athlete’s autographed picture and other Olympics themed memorabilia. The money was given to Olympic… Read More »