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Chargers Host Snoop & Housh Flag Football League Kickoff Camp
The Los Angeles Chargers hosted a free camp for hundreds of youth football players to celebrate the upcoming launch of the Snoop & Housh Flag Football League. Pro Bowl WR T. J. Houshmandzadeh was on hand for the event, leading drills and interacting with the participants.
The Snoop & Housh Flag Football League will commence its inaugural season in March 2024 with games taking place across the Los Angeles area in El Segundo, Long Beach and Cerritos. Formed to empower youth athletes in their ability to develop football skills, build self-esteem and learn the importance of teamwork in a safe, fun, inclusive environment, the league is open to Pre-K through 8th grade boys and girls of all skill levels. SIGN UP HERE
Chargers visit Paws for Life K9 Rescue Prison Program Operated at California State Prison – Los Angeles County in Lancaster
This off-season Chargers ownership and front office staff visited California State Prison, Los Angeles County located in Lancaster to continue fostering a relationship with Paws for Life K9 Rescue's incarcerated trainers and the animals they are saving. During the visit, Paws for Life's incarcerated trainers shared stories and offered insights on what the program has meant to them and how it has changed their outlook on life.
Bolt Academy Scholars Visit Grammy Museum
Bolt Academy scholars, a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund, Inglewood Unified School District, and Brotherhood Crusade, were surprised by Chargers Defensive Back Michael Davis as they embarked on a guided tour of the immersive and interactive Hip-Hop America: The Mixtape Exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. This experience provided a unique insight on the music industry and celebrated the global impact of hip-hop
Chargers Impact Fund Hosts Bolts Book Club in Celebration of Black History Month
The Chargers Impact Fund hosted a special Bolts Book Club event in celebration of Black History Month, in a continued effort to bring provide the youth in our community with an opportunity to promote literacy skill development and foster an affinity for the arts. Over 40 youth athletes from the Snoop Youth Football League visited the home of the Los Angeles Chargers, SoFi Stadium, to join former All-Pro special teamer and Chargers Legend Kassim Osgood for a read-along session of Pigskins to Paintbrushes: The Story of Football-Playing Artist Ernie Barnes, who also holds the title of former Chargers offensive lineman. The group also toured the acclaimed Kinsey African American Art and History Collection exhibit at SoFi Stadium, which itself features artwork crafted by Barnes.
At the conclusion of the event, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Chargers Impact Fund gifted each the 40-plus youth athletes an Amazon Kindle, enhancing the accessibility of literature as the students continue on their reading journeys, providing books and learning enhancement materials at their fingertips. Since the inception of the Bolts Book Club in 2020, the Chargers have donated over 12,000 books to youth throughout Southern California, inspiring literary development for our next generation.
Chargers Sponsor 64th Annual Orange County All-Star Game
The Chargers sponsored the 64th Annual Orange County North-South All-Star Game, held this weekend at Orange Coast College. The game, organized by Costa Mesa United, showcased 90 of the top players from the county. The South team, coached by St. Margaret High School's Dan O'Shea, emerged victorious for the 8th straight year over the North, led by Ray Fenton of Los Alamitos High School.