Sacramento Kings Season of Doing Good tips off in Sacramento

The Beam Team brings holiday cheer to the Sacramento community.

People are seated at banquet tables in the entryway of Golden 1 Center, with hosts on stage introducing the night's events.

Several hundred people from local nonprofits + families gather at Golden 1 Center for Eat Like a King.

Photo by SACtoday staff

November marks the Sacramento Kings’ 22nd Annual Season of Doing Good, where the team partners with Raley’s to give back to Sacramento.

What’s on the calendar this year?

  • Dec. 2 — The first 200 fans to bring a new toy (valued at $20+) to the Kings vs. Nuggets game will receive two tickets to a future Kings home game.
  • Dec. 15 — The Kings host the Kingpin Classic charity bowling tournament,,with proceeds benefitting local youth basketball programs.
  • Dec. 17 — Kings players deliver bags of Raley’s groceries, gift cards + merch to local veterans for their Shop Like a King event.
  • Dec. 19 — The team will visit select Raley’s locations + surprise shoppers with gift cards.

Last week, we attended the Eat Like a King dinner for 27 local nonprofits + over 200 youth and their families. Kids were able to decorate pumpkins, play interactive games + grab selfies with their favorite Kings players, who served them dinner. Catch a glimpse of the event.

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