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Rams and KABC to host "Te'LA'thon" for Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 24

Funds Raised Will Benefit United Way of Greater Los Angeles' Pandemic Relief Fund and LA Regional Food Bank

The Los Angeles Rams and KABC are teaming up to host a virtual "Te'LA'thon," TUESDAY, MARCH 24 (4:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. PST), to assist Southern California response efforts during this unprecedented global health crisis. All contributions will benefit the United Way of Greater Los Angeles' Pandemic Relief Fund in direct support of community partners including Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.

It was also recently announced that Quarterback Jared Goff and offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth each donated $250K as lead gifts to kick off the virtual telethon and to finance a total of 2 million meals for Angelenos in need through the LA Regional Food Bank.

Ways to donate during the "Te'LA'thon" for Los Angeles include the following:

  • Call in at (213) 263-0211 or use a National Toll Free # at (888) 504-9491
  • Visit UWGLA's Pandemic Relief page at
  • Text "UnitedforLA" to 1-844-701-5181

Community supporters and fans can tune in to the virtual telethon on ABC-7 throughout the day, starting at 4:00 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. PST and stay updated on radio at ESPNLA 710 AM or by following #abc7eyewitness on @abc7la on Instagram, @abc7 on Twitter and @abc7 on Facebook.

"At the Los Angeles Rams, we believe it's important to work alongside community partners such as United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the LA Regional Food Bank to provide support for our city's most vulnerable during this time," said Kevin Demoff, chief operating officer, Los Angeles Rams. "We're also excited to announce our partnership with KABC, who shares our commitment to community and our mission to bring the Rams closer to fans in Los Angeles. We're proud to kick off our partnership by rallying our community together at a time when we need it most."

To view the full press release and for further information, please click here.