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Chargers & Local Students Reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy
Justin Jones and Jason Moore joined two fifth grade classrooms from MLK Elementary in Los Angeles Unified School District to read sections of the book, "Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.?," and discuss Dr. King's life and legacy.
Roll Call: AFC West Champs
Join players from the Chargers teams that won the AFC West from 2006-2009 and relive some of their favorite memories including what made that era of Chargers football so dominant, what it was like when Philip Rivers took over as the starter, LT's record-breaking game, and more.
Pepsi JackBoyz Collaboration Leads to Donation for Inglewood Families
On Wednesday, December 16, the Bolts and Pepsi worked with the Inglewood Unified School District to host a safe and socially distanced donation at Hudnall Elementary in Inglewood. More than 100 families from the Inglewood community received Chargers blankets, Chargers beanies, a $100 grocery gift card, Pepsi beverages, and Frito Lay snacks.
Chargers, Pacific Premier Bank Complete First 'At-Home' Bolts Community Crew Event
As a way to launch the Bolts Community Crew, Chargers and Pacific Premier Bank employees volunteered—working remotely from home—to pack 5,000 hygiene kits supplied by Clean the World. The kits will then be distributed at Midnight Mission's skid-row facility to help reduce the risk of spreading infection for Angelenos who are experiencing homelessness.
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.
Chargers HQ: Episode 16
From Austin Ekeler mic'd up in the Bolts' OT win vs. the Las Vegas Raiders to analyzing game film of Justin Herbert's on-field connection with his young receivers, check out the best Chargers content from Week 16 of the 2020 NFL season. Presented by Southern California Toyota.
Chargers, Pechanga Provide Bikes for Children in Southern California
Every holiday season for more than 15 years, the Chargers Impact Fund has partnered with the nonprofit Bikes for Kids to provide bicycles to children in Southern California. And while it looked different than in years past, we weren't going to let COVID stop one of our favorite events. Thanks to the generous support of Pechanga Resort Casino, 200 children received shiny new bicycles, bike helmets and locks this past Friday. The drive-thru event also featured a surprise appearance by Chargers cornerback Michael Davis, who joined the event virtually to wish all the kids and their parents a happy holiday!
Pepsi and Chargers Give Back to Families of Inglewood Unified School District
Thanks to the funds raised by the Jackboyz Pepsi t-shirt, the Chargers and Pepsi were able to hold a drive thru distribution event at Hudnall Elementary school in Inglewood, CA. Each family received winter gear, Pepsi products, and a $100 grocery gift card.
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.
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.
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.
Angela LaChica: "When Players Are Well-Informed...We're Able to Really Use that Platform to Impact Change"
LaChica, the CEO of LaChica Sports & managing director of the Players Coalition, discussed the coalition's representation across 10 leagues, the impact it's had on leagues, players and coaches in 2020, and more.