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Silver & Black Give Back

July, 2014

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First ever Team Up Day a success

Stars players join kids across the community to give back

On Monday, July 7th the entire Stars roster along with head coach Dan Hughes joined 11 youth serving nonprofits in giving back.

Kids across the community participated in events like installing Little Free Libraries so all children can have access to books, walking for cancer awareness, painting murals to discourage graffiti, hosting a poetry slam to encourage creative expression and more.

We've got video recaps from the day on our Youtube channel:
Part I - Featuring San Anto Cultural Arts and the Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas
Part II - Featuring Any Baby Can, Stand Up for Kids, and Girls Inc.
Part III - Featuring Martinez Street Women's Center, Boys & Girls Club, and SA Youth
Part IV - Featuring SAPL, Good Samaritan Center, and Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center

Check out all the photos from Team Up Day on our Facebook. To learn more about the Team Up Challenge visit  

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Stars t-shirts now on sale

Get your limited edition San Antonio Stars military night and breast health awareness night t-shirts for the 2014 season. T-shirts are 1/$15 or 2/$25. To purchase, visit

All proceeds will benefit Silver & Black Give Back's youth programs.

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Learn how to earn your school $20,000!


Silver & Black Give Back is hosting a service learning workshop for teachers and administrators interested in applying for the Team Up Challenge! Join us on August 4th at the AT&T Center as we host Joan Liptrot, the former director of the Institute for Global Education and Service Learning. 

There will be two sessions, one beginning at 9 a.m. and another at 1 p.m. that will help lead teachers through the process of creating a meaningful service learning project and give tips on applying for the Team Up Challenge. Silver & Black Give Back awards over $150,000 annually to schools that participate in the Team Up Challenge.

The event is free so help us spread the word! Teachers and administrators who attend will have the opportunity to take their photo with one of the Larry O'Brien Championship trophy.

To register click here. To learn more about the Team Up Challenge visit

Special edition Spurs boots now on sale

Spurs fans can now show love for their home team by purchasing a pair of special edition Lucchese Spurs boots. Silver & Black Give Back unveiled the special edition Lucchese Spurs boots for both men and women at the end of May. The exclusive line of Spurs edition boots were created to benefit SBGB youth programs and provide Spurs fans with a Texas-themed wardrobe essential.  
The men’s boot features black Lonestar Leather with the official Spurs logo embroidered on the front and back of each boot, a classic walking heel and Lucchese toe. The women’s boot also features black Lonestar Leather with the official Spurs logo embroidered on both sides of each boot, a ladies heel and ladies fashion toe and scallop top.
The special edition Spurs boots are on sale now and retail for $499.99. Every pair of boots sold will help benefit SBGB youth programs. To purchase the exsluive line of Spurs boots, fans are encouraged to visit Ranch at the Rim for custom sizing. Those who know their boot size can also order online at

Together we have the power to empower!


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