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The Chargers Impact Fund and Annenberg PetSpace Team Up for First Downs for First Books Event
The Chargers Impact Fund teamed up with the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace to bring out deserving students from the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Los Angeles for an educational day with adoptable pets. Joined by Chris Rumph, the students read to the animals and created arts and crafts while learning the importance of service dogs and how to care for pets. This event was part of the Chargers Impact Fund's First Downs for First Books program and saw every child receive two free books to take home with them.
Austin Ekeler Talks Youth Wellness at Bethune Middle School
Chargers Running Back Austin Ekeler visited Bethune Middle School in Los Angeles Unified to speak to over 200 students on the 'Four Quarters of Youth Wellness' – Breakfast, Mindfulness, Physical Activity and Sleep. Following the event, each student received a pillow courtesy of Sleep Number, and LAUSD was gifted with 300 flag football kits for their elementary and middle school P.E. programs.
Bolts Players, Ownership Volunteer for Hunger Action Month
Last week, in recognition of September as Hunger Action Month – Chargers Rookies, Chris Harris Jr., and team ownership all took time out of their schedules to partner with Melissa's Produce and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank by packing boxes of food for Compton's Anderson Elementary and the Salvation Army Siemon Youth & Community Center.
Snoop Dogg, Keenan Allen and Tom Telesco Surprise Inglewood Chargers with New Uniforms
Earlier this week, the Chargers and Nike finalized a donation of brand new custom uniforms for the Inglewood Chargers of the Snoop Youth Football League. Wide receiver Keenan Allen, General Manager Tom Telesco, and Rapper Snoop Dogg were all on hand to present the jerseys. The Chargers also provided funding to underwrite the registration fees of all approximately 150 players for the 2021 season.
On the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Chargers Legends Pack Meals for Those In-Need
Chargers Legends Antonio Gates and Marcellus Wiley joined members of the Bolts Community Crew – powered by Pacific Premier Bank – to volunteer at the Los Angeles Meal Pack honoring those lost on 9/11. All meals packaged during the LA Meal Pack are donated and distributed by Feeding America-affiliated food banks to assist children, families, seniors, and military veterans at risk of hunger.
Chargers Pay Respects with Helmet Donation
This week, the Chargers finalized a donation of 150 Xenith football helmets to Compton Centennial and Gardena High Schools as the two teams faced each other on the gridiron. The donation came about after the devastating shooting deaths of two students, who each attended the respective schools, in late 2020. During the game, each team wore stickers on their helmets with the students' initials.
Compton Centennial notched their first win of the season, beating Gardena 20-18 in overtime.