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Hometown Hero: Keisha Daniels
For their final Hometown Hero of the 2020 NFL season, the Chargers honored Keisha Daniels for her work with Sisters of Watts, a nonprofit that's dedicated to serving underprivileged communities in Southern California, and especially for all her efforts through Sisters of Watts to provide relief to these communities during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Hometown Hero: Philip Ingram
The Chargers honored Philip Ingram as their Hometown Hero for Week 14. Philip currently is an EVS tech at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach and directly assists and supports the frontline workers helping battle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in their day-to-day activities.
Hometown Hero: Keith Johnson
The Chargers Honored Keith Johnson as their Hometown Hero in Week 12. Born and raised in South LA, Keith Graduated from Locke High School and attended UCLA and Biola University to study ministry. He created a sports-based youth development program, Falcons Youth and Family Services with a focus Hunger relief, character development, and health and wellness. Do you know someone making a positive impact in the community? Click here to nominate them to be our next hometown hero.
Hometown Hero: Battalion Chief Eddie Sell
The Chargers Honored Battalion Chief Eddie Sell as their Hometown Hero in Week 11. Eddie has served on the Long Beach Firefighters Association as a director and now volunteers as a Southern Director for CSFA. Eddie has responded to large scale incidents throughout his career including wildfires, high-rise fires, civil unrest, mass casualty incidents, technical rescues, hazardous materials incidents, and the COVID-19 pandemic that has affected our world.
Hometown Hero: Jamal Ali
The Chargers honored Merging Vets & Players (MVP) member, Jamal Ali as their Hometown Hero in Week 10 for his volunteer work alongside fellow veterans on programs supporting rescue animals, promoting mental health awareness, and using physical activities such as surfing as a way to stay connected to the veteran community.