Community Improvement Project

For the past nine years, the Rams have taken part in an annual Community Improvement Project where the organization comes together to better our community and leave a tangible and lasting impact. This  past year, not only did we purchase and build a new playground for Figueroa Street Elementary, a Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school located in Watts, we painted multiple murals and planted trees!

If you are interested in applying for the 2018 Community Improvement Project Grant, please click here!

RAMS COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THROUGH THE YEARS:

∙             2017 Playground Build for Figueroa Street Elementary School in Watts

∙             2016 Playground Build for Woodworth Elementary School in Inglewood

∙             2015 Football Field Refurbishment for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis Herbert Hoover Club

∙             2014 Playground Build for Marygrove, a center dedicated to helping children impacted by abuse, neglect and other early childhood traumas move toward a brighter future

∙             2013 Playground Build for Washington Elementary School, a grade school in the Normandy School district

∙             2012 Playground Build for Fairmont City Library Center

∙             2011 Playground Build for Giant Steps, a special education school and therapy center for children on the autism spectrum

∙             2010 Playground Build for Monroe eMints Academy, a St. Louis Public School

∙             2009 Playground Build for a community park in East St. Louis

2018 COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT APPLICATION