Raiders RB coach Jemal Singleton is the Raiders Salute to Service Award nominee for 2018.
The Raiders partnered with USA Football to host a Heads-Up Football Clinic for youth coaches of Clark County. The clinic offered important information about player safety, character development and tackling techniques.
The Raiders Foundation and Kline Veterans Fund gave veterans a tour of the Las Vegas Stadium and surprised them with their very own service dogs.
The Raiders partnered with Clark High School and CCSD to host a Nike 11-On event to support scholastic high school football team competition and focus on building transferable life skills.
Young Executive Scholars learn about the sports industry from Raiders executives and tour the Raiders' Las Vegas Stadium worksite.
The Raiders held an Offensive and Defensive Lineman Camp at Desert Oasis High School on Thursday, June 6. Athletes participated in the three-day camp that included fundamental drills, film study and individual competition designed for offensive and defensive linemen.
Raiders join DISCOVERY Children's Museum in hosting first 'Educator Mix & Mingle' event aimed to inform Clark County public, charter and private school educators about programs including field trips, outreach visits and admission subsidies.
The Raiderettes visit Girls Inc. of Alameda County's "College Shower" event for graduating, young women helping them with college preparation.
Raiders alumni and the Raiderettes support the Opening Ceremony for Special Olympics Nevada's 2019 Summer Games in Reno, Nev.
The Raiders traveled to San Jose, Calif. to support the NFL Flag Silicon Valley youth football league.
The Raiders organization participated in a fun-filled pit stop at the Las Vegas Stadium for those participating in the Special Olympics Nevada Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Raiders alumni and fans come together for the second annual Celebrity Swing event in support of Communities in Schools of Southern Nevada.
Raiders alumni gather in Pleasanton, Calif. for the 15th annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Invitational, which helps support Tracey's Place of Hope.
Former Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha tours Raiders Headquarters in Alameda with students from the Asomugha College Tour for Scholars.
The Raiders participated in the Touro University Nevada Building Blocks Party which provides fun, accessible games and activities for all children within three categories: low, mixed and full sensory.
Raising Cane's teamed up with the Raiders for a Junior Training Camp at Red Rock Elementary, which was one of six camps held at schools in the Las Vegas area over the last two months.
Alumnus Sam Williams surprised Gabriel Reuter at the Alameda Raiders Practice Facility as the Raiders 2019 recipient of the Bay Area All-Star Scholarship.
The Raiders collaborated with the Southern Nevada Football Coaches Association to host a Coaches Clinic where they provided on and off field sessions for both high school and youth coaches.
The Raiders returned to their Resource Room at Robert Taylor Elementary to celebrate the school's efforts in encouraging kids to read.
The Apex Raiders are a flag football team from Henderson, Nevada who represented the Raiders at the NFL FLAG National Championships. The Apex Raiders finished the tournament undefeated and winners of the 9-10-year-old division.
The Raiders present the Clark County School District Equity and Diversity Education Division with the Raiders 2018 Social Responsibility grant in support of Peace Week.
A look back at the Silver and Black in the community in 2018.
Ramone learns that he is headed to the Super Bowl.
Raiders tight end Lee Smith surprises Antonio of UCSF Benioff with tickets to the Super Bowl.
The Oakland Junior Raiders recently stopped by Alameda to see a live Raiders practice. Hear how defensive line coach Mike Trgovac discovered them.
Raiders OT Donald Penn's Shop with a Jock gives 25 kids from the East Oakland Youth Development Center a chance to fulfill their holiday wish list.