Miami Heat Charitable Fund
The Miami HEAT Charitable Fund, established in 1997, is comprised of the HEAT "family" including HEAT players, coaches, wives, and staff. While embedding its presence within the South Florida community, the HEAT Family Outreach has been able to generate critical dollars through unique fundraising opportunities for the betterment of at risk families.
It is our conviction that as our fans and youth support and believe in us, it is equally important that we give back to them and the community. The primary beneficiaries for the Miami HEAT Charitable Fund include Jackson Memorial Foundation's Guardian Angels, which supports the Holtz Center for critically ill children, SafeSpace, a domestic violence shelter for women and their children, and the Miami Coalition for a Safe and Drug-Free Community, a broad based community organization committed to reducing drug abuse, addiction, and related social issues.
The HEAT Family Outreach helps to provide the opportunity for quality education through annual Miami HEAT Scholarships awarded to local high school seniors. It also funds the after-school inner-city elementary mentoring program, HEAT Academy, in conjunction with the NBA Cares initiative. The Miami HEAT Charitable Fund works to continuously inspire our youth to envision their dreams and achieve their goals.
Miami HEAT Family Festival
Golf Tourney HEAT Golf Scramble Golf Classic