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Fútbol Americano 101 / Jr. Chargers Training Camp
The Los Angeles Chargers teamed up with California Resources Corporation, After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District to host a special Fùtbol Americano 101 training camp for students at Alliance Virgil Roberts Leadership Academy. Former Chargers Wide Receiver Anthony Miller and the Charger Girls attended our event teaching kids NFL-style drills & encouraging them to be healthy & active after school!
Photos: Earle's On Crenshaw
For over 30 years, brothers Cary and Duane Earle have served up New York inspired classics, Los Angeles culinary trends, and robust vegan offerings to the community at Earle's On Crenshaw.
Photos: Kobbler King
Before he was the "Kobbler King," Brian McMillan started selling his cobbler outside West Angeles Church in Crenshaw. Fast forward to 2021, Kobbler King – a Southern California favorite for 27 years – is featured in grocery retail outlets and over 30 restaurants.
Photos: Sip & Sonder
Sip & Sonder, the first specialty coffee house in Inglewood, was founded in 2017 by Amanda Jane-Thomas and Shanita Nicholas – two friends who met while practicing law at the same firm.
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.
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.
Photos: Bosa and Adderley Virtually Visit CHLA
Los Angeles Chargers Joey Bosa and Nasir Adderley connected with kids at Children's Hospital Los Angeles thanks to a specialized robot.
My Cause My Cleats 2020
Kicks for a cause, Chargers players, in collaboration with the NFL, will dawn their custom-made cleats as part of the NFL's My Cause, My Cleats initiative during Week 13's matchup against the Patriots.
Bolt Visits Training Camp 🐶
Our first ever service pup made some new friends at camp! Click here to learn more about Bolt and his journey to becoming a service dog.
Read Across America Day 2020
The Los Angeles Chargers celebrated the 2020 edition of Read Across America Day with two events that emphasized the joy of reading. Justin Jones and the Charger Girls entertained groups from the Santa Ana school district at the team's training facility while Bolts legend Kassim Osgood joined the Charger Girls at Payne Elementary in Inglewood.
Photos: Chargers and ROKiT visit Long Beach Veterans Hospital
The Los Angeles Chargers and ROKiT teamed up to visit with patients at the Veteran Affairs hospital in Long Beach. Along with some room visits, Austin Ekeler, Isaac Rochell and Justin Jones sat down with some patients at the hospital to share a little bit of their own stories.
Chargers Host Ducommun Award Winners
Chargers host Costa Mesa High School for a behind the scenes tour of Hoag Performance Center. Costa Mesa High School was the first ever recipient of the Ducommun Incorporated Award based on their performance during the 2019 STEM on the Sidelines Competition.