Check out some of the 2018 highlights from our community!
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Former Charger Kassim Osgood celebrates Read Across America Day with students at Payne Elementary School.
The Bolts signed Aldahir Solís, a 14-year old boy from Panama battling Hodgkins lymphoma, to a special one-day contract with the team. They also surprised him with tickets to a Chargers game courtesy of his favorite player, Keenan Allen.
Joey Bosa reunites with CHLA patient Caleb, who is currently battling stage 4 bone cancer, to play Madden and surprise him with two tickets to Super Bowl 54.
Check out some of the 2019 highlights from our community!
The Chargers partnered with Compton Unified School District to host an e-sports tournament between four CUSD high schools to promote interest in STEM careers. The winning team from Compton High School was awarded free tickets to the Bolts' Week 15 matchup against the Minnesota, as well as several other prizes that encouraged the pursuit of jobs in the science and technology field.
The Chargers team up with the Bikes for Kids Foundation for the 15th straight year to surprise students from Bennett-Kew Elementary School with bikes in the holiday season.
The Chargers and WSS Shoe store teamed up to provide shoes and socks to students in the Santa Ana Unified School District.
The Los Angeles Chargers and Pacifico hosted a beach cleanup as part of the NFL's Huddle for 100, followed by a watch party.
To celebrate this season of giving, we look back on the many ways the Bolts have given back to the community all season long.
The Bolts staff, Charger Girls, and active duty military members worked together to assemble care packages of supplies for troops serving overseas in partnership with Operation Gratitude and LA Bolts Brigade. As part of the event, LA Bolts Brigade president Ed Duran was surprised with tickets to Super Bowl LIV for his service to the Chargers organization.
The Los Angeles Chargers teamed up with California Resources Corporation, After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to host a Fútbol Americano 101 Jr. Training Camp for students at Belvedere Middle School in East Los Angeles. Former Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason and the Charger Girls taught kids NFL-style drills and showed them how to be active and healthy after school.
The Chargers held a Trick-Or-Treat trail for the familities of pediatric cancer patients from the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation.
The Chargers dedicated their halftime show during their Sunday Night Football game against the Steelers to raise awareness for those who have survived or are currently battling cancer as part of the NFL's Crucial Catch campaign.
The Chargers celebrate those who have had and who are currently battling cancer through two events.
The Bolts recognized Hispanic culture and the important role that Latinos play in the Chargers community during their game against the Broncos on Sunday.
The Bolts and the Charger Girls spent an afternoon with kids from Big Brothers Big Sisters LA at Mulligan Family Fun Center as part of the NFL's Inspire Change initiative.
The Chargers partnered with the LA Regional Food Bank, Tyson Foods, and Albertsons Companies to provide 37,000 pounds of chicken to local churches and food banks to aid in reducing food insecurity within the greater Los Angeles community as part of Hunger Action Month.
The Los Angeles Chargers teamed up with California Resources Corporation, After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles and the Montebello Unified School District to host a Fútbol Americano 101 Jr. Training Camp to students at Bell Gardens Intermediate School. Former Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason and the Charger Girls attended our event teaching kids NFL-style drills & showing them how to be healthy & active!
The 2019 Bolts rookie class taught over 200 kids at Centinela Elementary how to do football drills and the importance of playing 60 minutes each day with the help of the Inglewood police department and former Chargers Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson.
Henry Wat was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when he was 6 years old. The Chargers invited Henry and his family to a training camp practice and the preseason game against the Saints to help him meet his Chargers QB idols: Philip Rivers and Dan Fouts.
Chargers donate $10,000 to Magnolia High School to replace equipment lost in a fire.
Through the Lynn Family Foundation, head coach Anthony Lynn helped build a school in a rural area of Tanzania, benefiting about 300 kids in grades K-3.
Giving back to the community means a lot to the veteran linebacker who's foundation, the Thomas Davis Defending Dreams Foundations, helps those struggling in their communities throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and now Los Angeles.
The Chargers rookies got out in the community by visiting Homeboy Industries in East LA. Homeboy Industries helps former gang members and criminals re-enter their communities and find success.