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A lifelong fan fighting bone cancer signed a one-day contract with the team. Read

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Proceeds from the event benefited the Chargers Community Foundation as well as Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). Read

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In its inaugural year, Character Playbook is a digital program that teaches students the skills to cultivate character and maintain healthy relationships. Read

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The Hall of Famer went back to his high school in El Segundo as part of the "Heart of a Hall of Famer" program. Read

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The Spanos family and Chargers organization received the Mayor’s Award from the Association of Corporate Growth Los Angeles. Read

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Committed to giving back to the community, the Chargers have participated in this event for over a decade. Read

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The pair participated in the series put on by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Read

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The team hosted a leadership summit alongside USA Football for youth football commissioners, presidents and coaches. Read

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SoCal's top high school football prospects came to Hoag Performance Center for an all-day camp designed to help their football and training knowledge. Read

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Due to their generous contributions and assistance in times of crisis, the Spanos family and the Los Angeles Chargers were recognized as Red Cross L.A.’s Humanitarian Organization of the Year. Read