Ronnie Lott has been a champion and a leader his entire life. Over 15 years since his retirement from professional football, he continues to be revered by coaches and players of all levels for his superb dedication, constant all out effort, incredible tackling ability, and his genuine heart and soul. He is also highly respected within the community for his long history of off-the-field philanthropic involvement.
Ronnie Lott’s legendary career included four Super Bowl titles and 10 Pro-Bowl appearances. He is one of only five 49ers to play on all of the team’s 1980s Super Bowl wins. In 1989, while still playing for the 49ers, Ronnie made a commitment to give back to his community by founding All Stars Helping Kids, which supports disadvantaged youth in the Bay Area and throughout the nation. To date, All Stars Helping Kids has raised over $20 million dollars for disadvantaged youth. In 2008, All Stars was named outstanding charity by Catholic Charities.