Community News | Los Angeles Chargers
Chargers, Xenith Donate Helmets to Los Angeles High School Football Programs
"The Chargers strongly believe that youth sports play a critical role in teaching important life skills like teamwork and leadership, creating safe spaces for many of our local youth, and bringing communities together. We can't thank Xenith enough for partnering with us to donate these helmets."
Derwin James and Oakley Team Up for Vision Clinic with OneSight
"With the collaboration of Derwin James, the Chargers, and Oakley, we had a really successful clinic here in Inglewood. When you realize that one in four children in the United States needs some type of visual correction, we're just glad we can do our part."
Los Angeles Chargers Grow Social Justice Footprint Through Expanded Partnership with Liberty Hill Foundation
Chargers expanded partnership with Liberty Hill includes initial $100,000 donation to the Foundation in effort to promote equal economic, political and social rights/opportunities in the community.
Los Angeles Chargers and Pacific Premier Bank Launch Bolts Community Crew with Partnership Renewal
Chargers and Pacific Premier Bank mark continuation of community-focused partnership by donating 1,200 face masks to Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles and 5,000 hygiene kits to Midnight Mission's skid-row facility.
LAUSD Teams Up with Bolts for "Summer with the Chargers" Virtual Programming
"Summer was a chance for us to try different ways to keep students connected as part of their school community even in these uncertain times. Our teachers to the Los Angeles Chargers and all involved have created a wonderful set of classes which helped students continue to learn."
Chargers and USA Football Award NFL Foundation-Funded Grants to Local Youth & School-Based Programs
"The values taught through the game of the football – teamwork, perseverance, and discipline – are especially important in this challenging time, and the Chargers remain committed to protecting those ideals and supporting our community."