Court Renovations

The Sixers Youth Foundation is committed to renovating basketball courts throughout Philadelphia and Camden as a way to increase safe corridors for youth to play, while also transforming the look and feel of neighborhoods.

These courts are strategically identified through community mapping and local non-profit and city agency partnerships, so that the courts where our fans live, work, and play with the greatest need are the ones that are selected.


  • Close to 800 guests packed The Fillmore on Mar. 11 all in the name of supporting the Sixers Youth Foundation at the 4th Annual Evening on the Court, presented by VIP Wireless. Once the night concluded, more than $1 million was raised to support youth in Philadelphia, Camden and surrounding areas....

  • It wasn’t a restoration, rehabilitation, or recreation. Thursday’s uplifting, spirited event on the previously unfurnished playground adjacent to John F. Hartranft School in North Philadelphia was – in the truest sense – a revival....

  • PHILADELPHIA – The smell of fresh hardwood – northern hard maple wood, to be precise – was immediate, and symbolic. For many reasons, the scents, too, were cause for a justifiably celebratory mood – the byproduct of the rallying of a neighborhood; the culmination of......

Program Partners

Office of Council President Darrell Clarke
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Philadelphia
City of Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Department
Village of the Arts and Humanities
School District of Philadelphia
Police Athletic League (PAL)
Camden Health and Athletic Association (CHAA)

Program Sites


Coming Soon


Hartranft Basketball Court
720 W. Cumberland Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
Police Athletic League (PAL) Strawberry Mansion Court (L.P. Hill Elementary School)
3133 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19121
Help our young people develop into the next generation of innovators and leaders.