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!
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
Check out past Community Improvement Project recap videos and photo galleries:
Check out photos from the 9th Annual Playground Build at Figueroa Street Elementary School. Photos by Jeff Lewis.