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Chargers Partner With Gilead for Youth STEM in Sports Event
The Bolts Community Crew– powered by Pacific Premier Bank – partnered with Gilead at Hoag Performance Center this past weekend to help educate, inspire and motivate future athletic trainers who wish to pursue a medical career in the sports industry. They teamed up with the Los Angeles Chargers medical staff who shared their insights while discussing the practice and respond to student audience questions.. To learn more about upcoming volunteer opportunities, visit chargers.com/community/crew.
Bolts Community Crew Teams Up with Second Harvest Food Bank
The Bolts Community Crew– powered by Pacific Premier Bank – partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank in Irvine for a special volunteer event to help combat food insecurity in Orange County. Volunteers were responsible for sorting nearly 30,000 lbs. of produce to be packed and shipped to the Food Bank's partnering organizations. To learn more about upcoming volunteer opportunities, visit chargers.com/community/crew.
Photos: Best of Eric Kendricks
Browse through photos of the Chargers newest linebacker, Eric Kendricks
Chargers Impact Fund team up with LA Animal Services to Open Renovated Play Yards
Chargers players Joshua Palmer and Josh Harris, as well as Chargers Impact Fund Board Member and Chargers Legend Larry English, were on hand to celebrate the Impact Fund's donation and re-opening of renovated Play Yards at the East Valley Animal Shelter in Van Nuys. Joined by community dignitaries and representation from LA Animal Services, the group participated in a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, unveiling the newly-renovated Play Yards and auxiliary space to the public. Throughout the day, members of the Bolts Community Crew powered by Pacific Premier Bank volunteered at the shelter to make beds, blankets, and fill kongs for the dogs currently waiting for their fur-ever families at East Valley. The day concluded with the team joining up with Lazy Dog Restaurants to host an adoption event and covering the fees of the first 20 dogs adopted over the weekend.
Read Across America Day 2023
The Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund celebrated the 2023 edition of Read Across America Day by hosting a group of 2nd graders from Santa Ana Unified School District. LS Josh Harris, WR Michael Bandy and team reporter Hayley Elwood joined to spend time with the kids and emphasize the joy of reading!!
Chargers Pup Brisket Graduates!
The official Chargers Pup, Brisket, reached a major milestone in his journey to become a service animal and graduated from puppy training. For the next five to nine months, Brisket will go through a final round of professional training at a regional training center with nonprofit, Canine Companions, with the goal of officially becoming a service animal for a person with disabilities.
Chargers Partner with LA Legends to Host Girls Flag College Showcase
The Chargers partnered with the LA Legends professional women's team to host the 1st ever Girls Flag College Showcase in California. There were nearly 100 athletes from the Los Angeles area at Serra High School in Gardena. Seven NAIA universities were in attendance to recruit and offer scholarship opportunities to the local student-athletes.
Chargers Host Play 60 Camps with Inglewood Unified School District
The Los Angeles Chargers have partnered with Inglewood Unified School District to host a series of Play 60 youth football camps for 1,400 students in the area. NFL Play 60 is the league's national youth and wellness campaign that encourages kids to get physically active for at least 60 minutes a day.
Chargers Sponsor 63rd Annual Orange County All-Star Classic
The Chargers along with Costa Mesa United hosted the 63rd Annual Orange County All-Star Classic at Newport Harbor High School. The game is for high school seniors who were nominated by their schools and selected by the all-star coaching staffs. The South won for the eight straight year Saturday night, defeating the North 24-7. The teams were coached by Peter Lofthouse of Newport Harbor (South) and Rick Feldman of Cypress (North).