PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Portland is still benefiting from the legacy of a man who helped secure the city’s only NBA championship. by: Ken Boddie Read Full Story >
PORTLAND, Ore. — Known as the “Enforcer” for his stout defense, power forward Maurice Lucas was an integral part of the Trail Blazers’ championship team of 1977. Lucas died of cancer in 2010 but his legacy of giving back — especially to kids — lives on in his foundation. READ FULL STORY >
Maurice Lucas Foundation Celebrity Golf Tournament Raises Nearly $100,000 for Kids
Thank you to everyone who supported and took part in the 16th Annual Maurice Lucas Celebrity Golf Tournament. More than 100 golfers hit the links last Thursday for the 16th annual Maurice Lucas Foundation Golf Tournament, along with members of the 1977 championship Trail Blazers team. The tournament through the foundation helps fund after-school programs […]
Clackamas County-based nonprofit Maurice Lucas Foundation has hired former Oregon City High School teacher Sheila Zachry as its academy manager. READ FULL STORY >
Oh what a night! The Maurice Lucas Foundation’s eighth annual Celebration Dinner & Auction attracted 650 supporters and raised more than $731,000. The funds will support academic and athletic programs for underserved youths at Harriet Tubman Middle School and six high schools in Portland. http://portlandobserver.com/news/2018/oct/17/benefit-supports-local-students/
That infamous on-court fight a turning point in the NBA Championship Bill Walton was MVP, but what power forward Maurice Lucas did in Game 2 may have turned that series around. Bobby Gross was in the middle of that defining moment for this place where were live. Watch the full video: READ THE FULL STORY […]
Check out the latest issue of Portland Interview Magazine. Our Foundation’s Executive Director, David Lucas, is featured!