Rams and SoCal Honda Dealers Seek Outstanding Volunteer Nominations

The Los Angeles Rams cheerleaders, Rams player - offensive guard #76 Rodger Saffold, Rams staff members, the Helpful Honda street team and CBS surprise the Community Quarterbacks, Officers Andy Salcido & Berny Gonzalez at St. Lawrence of Brindisi School in Los Angeles California. On Tuesday September 26th, 2017.
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The Los Angeles Rams invite you to participate in the 2018 ‘Community Quarterback Award’ presented by the SoCal Honda Dealers. The award is a volunteer recognition that celebrates outstanding individuals who display strong leadership abilities and a passion for bettering his or her community. Individuals above the age of 13 may be nominated if they serve in a volunteer role and are not compensated for their efforts.

“The Community Quarterback program is very special to the Rams,” said Molly Higgins, Vice President of Community Affairs and Engagement. “In the game of football, we all know how critical the quarterback position is to the success of the team. A great quarterback makes everyone else around them better. With the Community Quarterback Award, we are recognizing amazing citizens who contribute to the success of our community and make our society better.”

All Community Quarterback winners receive a $10,000 grant to further the mission of the nonprofit organization he or she serves and the opportunity to be recognized on-field at a Rams home game. Since the program’s inception, the Rams have donated more than $370,000 to community organizations through this initiative.

To apply for the 2018 Community Quarterback Award presented by the SoCal Honda Dealers, please click here.